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Treaty and sovereignty “still on the cards”

native title_protestby Callum Clayton-Dixon (Anawayn)

Emotions ran high on Monday morning when Black activists blockaded the entrance to Brisbane's Stamford Plaza in an act of protest against the Native Title conference being held at the hotel.

Police were unsuccessful in removing the protestors and met an irate response from veteran sovereign rights campaigner Wayne 'Coco' Wharton...

 

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Last Updated on Wednesday, 28 November 2012 14:52

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Furore grows over Burke’s sacking by ACT Labor Party

chris bourke_being_smoked_at_swearing_inThere is anger and dismay in the ACT Aboriginal community following the dumping from the Australian Capital Territory Ministry of Dr Chris Bourke by the re-elected Labor Government.

Dr Bourke was the first Aboriginal elected representative in the ACT's Legislative Assembly and he was appointed to the Ministry of the former ACT Government.

But...

 

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Last Updated on Wednesday, 28 November 2012 14:51

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