Safe drinking water for Jigalong now under threat by funding cut
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Western Australia's State Labor Shadow Minister for Indigenous Affairs, Yamaji Ben Wyatt has slammed the State Government for not prioritising Aboriginal children in the remote communities of Jigalong, leaving them to drink unsafe water while the nearby town of Tom Price, built for the mining boom, enjoys safe drinking water.
Mr Wyatt said the State's Regional Development Minister, Brendan Grylls had sat on the...
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