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Yalari student on the way to Antarctica

P2 allira searleWith average summer temperatures of minus 10 to minus 30, Antarctica is cold ... up to 60 degrees colder than a Canberra summer but that is where 20 year old Allira Searle is headed next week.

Allira, a Ngarabal woman, originally from Glen Innes in New South Wales is headed to Antartica with four other young Indigenous expeditioners as part of a group of 40, a trip she scored as an alumnus of...

 

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Last Updated on Wednesday, 10 December 2014 07:11

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Redfern deaths in custody forum talks about ways forward

P8 justice forumA forum held at Redfern last Saturday was told there have been more than 340 Black deaths in custody since the 1992 final report of the Royal Commission into Aboriginal Deaths in Custody and in the first decade since the Royal Commission deaths in custody increased by 50 per cent and then doubled in the last decade.

The forum was convened by the human rights award winning Indigenous Social...

 

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