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In defence of Stephen Hagan and our staff

NIT staff_at_the_tent_embassyby John Rowsthorne

Normally I wouldn't seek to use valuable space in the pages of the National Indigenous Times to respond to the petty ramblings of an ageing, foolish writer but I feel compelled to respond to a nasty piece of work written by a bloke called Brian Johnson in a publication called Tracker Magazine about the Editor of this publication, Stephen Hagan.

I...

 

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Last Updated on Thursday, 30 August 2012 09:30

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AIEF opens doors for Indigenous Students

andrew penfoldby Andrew Penfold

ALMOST every prime minister in my lifetime has said after leaving office that one of their biggest regrets is they didn't do more to reduce Indigenous disadvantage.

Past governments justified their failures with one or more excuses: the mainstream didn't care, the media wasn't interested, there wasn't enough money or there wasn't a way to make a real difference.

But...

 

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Last Updated on Thursday, 30 August 2012 09:28

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