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Damning report on funding waste proves BasicsCard should be dismantled, says anti-Intervention group

jenny macklinThe Stop the Intervention Collective Sydney (STICS) has renewed calls for the national income management system, better known as the BasicsCard to be dismantled, following the release of a damning report by the Northern Territory Co-ordinator General for Remote Indigenous Services (NTCGRIS).

The report, which documents extreme waste on spending on bureaucracy, comes as the $120 million national expansion...

 

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Last Updated on Thursday, 04 October 2012 09:18

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NSW Land Council confirms uranium mining discussions

geoff scottAustralian and overseas companies including the New South Wales Aboriginal Land Council are queuing up to explore for uranium in New South Wales and will likely begin doing so next year, the State's Energy Minister Chris Hartcher has said.

A spokesman for the New South Wales Aboriginal Land Council (NSWALC) confirmed it had held talks with Mr Hartcher regarding uranium mining.

But the spokesman said...

 

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