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Big W is a big Win for Janice

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Woolworths was one of six employers who participated in the enlightening case studies project, which overwhelmingly shows that establishing effective Indigenous employment programs is possible.

In 2009 Woolworths signed the Australian Employment Covenant (AEC). The AEC is promoting the creation of a national demand for an Indigenous workforce, and has signed up 320...

 

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Last Updated on Saturday, 03 March 2012 08:21

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Purdy: The critical events of the Mulrunji case on Palm Is.

lionel fogarty_sam_watson_coco_whartonBy Emma Purdy

Coinciding with the release of The Tall Man earlier this month, Emma Purdy provides an overview detailing events since Mulrunji Doomadgee's death in 2004, and why it should never be forgotten.

 

There are many people who still believe Mulrunji Doomadgee's singing of the reggae song "Who Let the Dogs Out" to senior...

 

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Last Updated on Wednesday, 22 February 2012 22:37

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