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Plea for support of Homelands falls on deaf ears in Canberra

rosalie kunoth_monks_and_granddaughter_ameliaIndigenous Affairs Minister Jenny Macklin has snubbed a delegation of Northern Territory Elders who travelled to Canberra last week to plead for support for their Homelands.

The delegation comprising Rosalie, Kunoth-Monks and her granddaughter Amelia from Alyawarra, David Daniels from Urapunga and Richard Downs from Ampiliwatja were in...

 

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Last Updated on Thursday, 30 August 2012 13:44

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Grants for 5 groups to beat dental disease

dental grantsFive Indigenous organisations have received grants from the Australian Dental Association and the Wrigley Company Foundation to commemorate Dental Health Week.

Chairman of the Advisory Board of the Australian Dental Association Foundation, Peter Cronin said the grants were part of a campaign to continue to reduce dental disease.

"It's all the more alarming that 90 per cent of dental disease is in...

 

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Last Updated on Thursday, 30 August 2012 13:41

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