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The story of David& Goliath: The Yindjibarndi and FMG

yindjibarndi elder_ned_cheedy_&_michael_woodley_YAC_CEOBy Gerry Georgatos, award winning investigative journalist, National Indigenous Times West Australian reporter

Part 2 of a four part series.

To many supporters of genuine Aboriginal land rights the Yindjibarndi Aboriginal Corporation are transcending into inspiration, seen as fearless in the pursuit of...

 

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Last Updated on Tuesday, 23 October 2012 20:45

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Brennan and Katter’s Aboriginal pilgrimage

frank brennanBy Frank Brennan, Eureka Street

Chancellor Richard Torbay, Vice Chancellor James Barber, ladies and gentlemen:

I join you in acknowledging the traditional owners of this place.

I am delighted to have come to Armidale to hear the appellation that I am an ethical blur under the nation's saddle. It was Kevin Rudd who first described me as an ethical burr under the nation's saddle. Clearly...

 

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Last Updated on Thursday, 11 October 2012 13:42

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