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Anger over Bourke evictions

bourke housingResidents of the Alice Edwards Village at Bourke in the far west of New South Wales, angry and disillusioned with being forced to live in dilapidated and dangerously run down houses, have claimed the Nulla Nulla Local Land Council has now started a process to evict tenants who have refused to pay rent in protest.

The residents have claimed many of the houses have had no repair work carried out on them...

 

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Last Updated on Tuesday, 20 November 2012 22:58

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NSW health team finalists for excellence award

moruya aboriginal_health_team_2012A popular Aboriginal health team in south east NSW has been named a finalist in the inaugural National Medicare Local Awards.

The Southern NSW Medicare Local Aboriginal health team will compete against four other primary care groups from around Australia in the 'team excellence' category. The winner will be announced at the National Primary Health Care Conference...

 

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Last Updated on Tuesday, 20 November 2012 22:58

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