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Guess who’s coming for dinner?

julia gillard_and_penny_wong"Defeat has its lessons as well as victory" ~ Pat Buchanan

Far be it for me to finger wave 'I told you so' with determining crocheted brows toward the current federal government – not since my last NIT column titled 'Welcome to the Year of the Draggin' February 8, 2012 has my political crystal ball been spinning so out of control, juggling so many requests to determine who...

 

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Last Updated on Saturday, 03 March 2012 08:25

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40 years of The Aboriginal Legal Services

dennis eggingtonby Gerry Georgatos, National Indigenous Times Western Australia correspondent

Is it really that many years ago that Aboriginal peoples languished in their country of origin, displaced and denigrated, without constitutional rights and without substantive citizenship? They were not equal among others though they were here before all others.

The right to vote began the slow haul to select...

 

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Last Updated on Saturday, 03 March 2012 08:23

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