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Martin lashes Broome’s gas hub protesters

carol martinCarol Martin, the first Indigenous woman elected to an Australian Parliament, has come out swinging against the Browse gas hub opponents, claiming the Broome community is not divided over the proposal and it's only a small but vocal group causing all the fuss.

Ms Martin, who has announced her retirement from State politics, told the West Australian Parliament she supported a Bill underpinning the...

 

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Last Updated on Sunday, 04 November 2012 16:25

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WA’s Equal Opportunity Commission “out of date”

joyce capewell_AVS_storyAboriginal rights advocates and defenders have slammed Western Australia for its out of date discrimination laws which "keep this State the redneck backwater of Australia."

They have supported the State's Equal Opportunity Commissioner, Yvonne Henderson's public statements that some of the State's anti-discrimination laws are out of date which in turn has resulted in the Equal...

 

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Last Updated on Sunday, 04 November 2012 16:24

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