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Police accused of bashing man

AAP corey_barkerFour New South Wales police officers, who accused an Aboriginal man of assault beat him, while he was in custody and then lied about their actions, will have their evidence tested by the Police Integrity Commission (PIC).

A public hearing by the PIC began in Sydney last Monday into the arrest and prosecution of 22 year old Corey Matthew Barker at Ballina on the New South Wales north...

 

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Last Updated on Saturday, 23 February 2013 09:43

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Our food’s poisoned: Blackman

kerry blackmanGidarjil Development Corporation Managing Director, Kerry Blackman has called on Federal Environment Minister Tony Burke to enforce harsh penalties for breaches to strict Federal Government audit conditions of dredging in the Gladstone port.

"Traditional Owners in and around Gladstone no longer fish or eat their traditional foods caught in and around the ocean near Gladstone," Mr Blackman...

 

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Last Updated on Saturday, 23 February 2013 09:40

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