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South West Land And Sea Council – What Price Sell off?

perth protestThe papers were full of it! Full of praise for Glen Kelly, the Chief Executive Officer of the South West Land and Sea Council and his cohorts and the proposed deal they were making with the Western Australian government. The accolades poured in from reporters, journalists and the 'new age mainstream' Indigenous people; and even a member of the State Labor Party supported their stance on Native Title...

 

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Last Updated on Wednesday, 22 February 2012 22:32

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Poelina: Witness of the Times

endangered speciesIn more recent times I have become familiar with the term 'witness'. Witness can mean many things, to many people. My role as witness is from my lived experience in many different forms of personal, community and systemic engagement. As a witness it has become important to meet ordinary and extra-ordinary Australians keen to make a stand for the sovereignty of this nation. Traditional owners and...

 

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Last Updated on Wednesday, 22 February 2012 22:27

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