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Landmark Stolen Generations test case begins in Perth

donald and_silvia_collardIt's been a long and emotional journey but today marks the beginning of the landmark Stolen Generations test case in the Supreme Court of Western Australia where it will run for the next five weeks.

On Sorry Day in 2010 law firm Lavan Legal lodged a Writ on behalf of nine members of the Collard family, including parents Donald and Sylvia, whose children were removed without...

 

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Last Updated on Thursday, 07 February 2013 12:57

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Sapphires dominate AACTA

blair mauboy_briggs_mailmanDirector Wayne Blair always hoped Australia would embrace The Sapphires but he never expected the film to dominate the 2nd annual Australian Academy of Cinema and Television Arts (AACTA) Awards as clearly as it did.

The feel-good musical took home six prizes last week, bringing its total to 11 following an earlier awards presentation.

Backstage, Blair said he never...

 

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