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Schools to benefit from IBA, Bendigo Bank

IBA bendigo_groupBy National Indigenous Times reporter Geoff Bagnall

Five schools in Bathurst and Queanbeyan in New South Wales will share in $5,000 in grants from Indigenous Business Australia (IBA) and Bendigo Bank.

 

IBA has invested funds with the community bank but the first lot of interest that could be used to help communities is a year away.

Bendigo Bank has decided it does...

 

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Last Updated on Thursday, 13 September 2012 13:50

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Aunty Jenny’s welfarism and the $250 billion Aboriginal industry

jenny macklinJack Waterford, Canberra Times

I do not think that welfarism minister Jenny Macklin has yet had the acclaim she deserves for a great Labor achievement announced recently - that government spending on Indigenous Australians has reached, on average, about $250,000 per Aboriginal family a year.

 

Macklin's own solid contribution has been to increase this sum by about 10 per cent, or...

 

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Last Updated on Thursday, 13 September 2012 13:48

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