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The trauma of Oombulgurri’s demolition will be repeated across Western Australia

FeatureRemoving people from Oombulgurri was a gradual process. First, the government closed the services. It closed the shop, so people could not buy food and essentials. It closed the clinic, so the sick and the elderly had to move and the school, so families with children had to leave, or face having their children taken away from them. The police station was the last service to close, then eventually the electricity and water...

 

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Last Updated on Wednesday, 17 December 2014 07:51

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The hatchet job on Nova Peris by some media has damaged us all

FeatureAlmost weekly I am forwarded emails and other forms of correspondence belonging to high profile individuals and top end bureaucrats.

These emails often show up deplorable racism, or other various forms of discrimination, they show up various nastiness and arguably corruption.

But I delete them. I would never publish the private conversations of others, because this is what they are – private...

 

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Last Updated on Wednesday, 05 November 2014 07:06

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