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Time is now for leaders to come together for the common good

Scott GorringeMy name is Scott Gorringe, I am Kurrithalla Tjimpa, from Kirrenderri, Mithaka Country, if you're struggling to work out where Mithaka Country is, its borders are the Cooper Creek on the east and the Diamantina River on the west in far western Queensland. These waterways flow into the iconic Lake Eyre and are important to Australia's environment and its heritage.

I was recently at a conference in...

 

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Last Updated on Wednesday, 24 September 2014 06:54

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Recognise what? It’s a no to constitutional change and YES, YES, YES to self-determination!

Feature - Ken CanningThere has been much talk for some time now regarding Constitutional Recognition. The movement for Recognition is fast building momentum. This being the case, I caution against haste before making a decision of this matter. Do not be carried away with the rhetoric of inclusion that has been implied in this debate. While I can see the positive arguments in Recognition, I cannot bring...

 

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Last Updated on Wednesday, 17 September 2014 05:57

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