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Geoff Scott’s mining plans facing protest

geoff scottHundreds of members of Local Aboriginal Land Councils from the metropolitan regions of Sydney are expected to converge on the offices of the New South Wales Aboriginal Land Council on Friday to protest against the way the NSWALC is seeking to introduce mining operations into the region.

The protest has been called because Local Aboriginal Land Councils claim they are fed up with the lack of consultation from...

 

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Last Updated on Saturday, 26 January 2013 09:38

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Lock-up Alice youth ringleaders: Giles

adam gilesAdam Giles has called for young ringleaders in Alice Springs with lengthy records to be detained, despite the town having the highest juvenile incarceration rates in the country.

Data obtained by The Australian newspaper of the 20 worst juvenile and adult offenders in the region shows one 16 year old has 74 convictions, including for unlawful entry, stealing and possession of a controlled weapon.

One...

 

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Last Updated on Saturday, 26 January 2013 09:37

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