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Alison Anderson on Jenny Macklin

alison anderson"Naive" and

Minister is in

"la la land"

The Northern Territory's Minister for Indigenous Advancement Alison Anderson has launched a scathing attack on the Federal Government's Indigenous Affairs Minister over the revelations large amounts of the billions of dollars spent on Indigenous programs never reached their target and were being wasted on bureaucracy.

Ms Anderson said Ms...

 

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Last Updated on Thursday, 11 October 2012 12:53

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Minister begins the process to select remote jobs providers

jenny macklinThe Federal Government has begun the process of selecting providers for the new $1.5 billion Remote Jobs and Communities Program to deliver a more integrated and flexible approach to employment and participation services in remote Australia.

Minister for Indigenous Employment and Economic Development, Julie Collins, has called for expressions of interest from service providers to deliver the program when...

 

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