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Budget will benefit Cape York communities, says Kempton

kemptonBy National Indigenous Times Editor Stephen Hagan

Queensland's State Member for Cook, David Kempton (pictured right), has welcomed the Newman Government's first budget as "sensible and responsible" that will benefit families and businesses across Far North Queensland.

 

Mr Kempton said despite the need for the government to take tough steps he was pleased "big steps" towards easing the housing...

 

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Last Updated on Tuesday, 25 September 2012 16:32

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Watson angered by Indigenous funding cuts

sam watsonAxing the Murri Court system in Queensland was a "big mistake", respected community leader, Sam Watson has warned.

The newly elected State Government's first Budget, announced last week will axe the Murri Court and yank millions from Indigenous cultural projects, all whilst funding the recruitment of another 1,100 police.

"The decision to axe the Murri court system has caused a great deal of concern,"

 

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Last Updated on Tuesday, 25 September 2012 16:31

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