Legal Service lifeline wins a funding reprieve of sorts
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A strong community campaign has saved the Custody Notification Service (CNS) in New South Wales from the axe but it has only been saved by the Federal Government allowing funds for other services being re-directed.
The Custody Notification Service is a telephone advice and wellbeing check service operated by the Aboriginal Legal Service to provide any Aboriginal person in police custody the opportunity...
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