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Is Tony Abbott’s plan for the north just a pipe dream?

Tony-Abbott-etchedTony Abbott, still regarded as the frontrunner to become Australia's next Prime Minister, holds ambitious plans to develop Australia's sparse and inhospitable north by 2030 to attract a new wave of mining investment and boost agricultural exports to Asia – a proposal which is likely to be opposed by many First Nations clans.

Supporters have described Mr Abbott's vision as "nation building"

 

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Last Updated on Thursday, 05 September 2013 10:20

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The world is told there are people here deadly serious about their Sovereignty

Michael-AndersonIf a determined group of Indigenous Australians, including Ghillar Michael Anderson, a leader of the Euahlayi people, get their way the world's newest country won't be in Africa or the Balkans but on the eastern periphery of Australia's outback. The campaign is now attracting worldwide attention as shown by this article written by Ian Lloyd Neubauer for Time World

A bleak...

 

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Last Updated on Thursday, 05 September 2013 10:19

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