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More of our Mob left in jail without charge are victims while Tony Abbott and friends just talk

Tony-Abbott-etchedOnce again the 'Prime Minister for Indigenous Affairs', as he likes to be called, has promised to throw on his super-hero cape, this time in an attempt to show concern for a mentally impaired Aboriginal woman being held in a Western Australian jail despite not having been convicted of a crime.

Roseanne Fulton, who suffers from foetal alcohol syndrome, has spent 18 months in the Kalgoorlie...

 

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Last Updated on Sunday, 23 March 2014 15:43

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For remote communities healthy food just another luxury people can’t afford

josie-farrerKimberley State parliamentarian and Kija Elder, Josie Farrer has criticised the high cost of living for people living in remote communities.

Ms Farrer said First Nations families were being disproportionately hit by the high costs of food and utilities and disadvantage and poor health were being compounded by an inability to afford health and nutritious food.

The high cost of food in remote...

 

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Last Updated on Sunday, 23 March 2014 15:39

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