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Bob Katter talks about An incredible race of people - A passionate history of Australia

bob katter_on_palm_islandby Matt Garrick

He doesn't don the baubles and flags of your typical Aboriginal rights activist, but when you look into Bob Katter's eyes, you know he's a serious trooper for the cause.

"Excuse my rage," the colourful, and at times woefully outrageous Federal MP and, you'd expect, one-eyed Maroons supporter growled as he sat, slumped hatless at an office table in Sydney's...

 

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Last Updated on Friday, 01 June 2012 08:38

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Restorative Justice – “We need ‘Problem Solving’ Courts”

brianby Gerry Georgatos

Restorative Justice Week will be held in November and a number of themes will be discussed by specialist academics, legal eagles, front-line field workers in the pursuit of a justice that works, that helps people and that does not break down people into a life of crime and self-hate.

One of the themes of Restorative Justice Week will be 'Diverse Needs, Unique Reponses' and will look into...

 

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Last Updated on Friday, 01 June 2012 08:37

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