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Prisoners’ Day reminds us the system has failed

gerry---prisoners-dayInternational Prisoners' Day is held in many of the world's western nations but it holds increasing significance for Australia's Aboriginal peoples who are incarcerated at the world's highest rates.

In Western Australia, prison reform academics, not-for-profit prisoner support groups and Corrective Services executives and their contractors gathered for the Prisoners Day event at Curtin...

 

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Last Updated on Thursday, 05 September 2013 10:18

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Aboriginal heroes ... who is it who builds your values, your identity?

marcus---DAD-F18-0393We really appreciate feedback here at the paper and I do make every attempt to reply to everyone that sends an e-mail. So if I haven't got back to you yet don't worry I will get to you eventually.

Last week I received a very interesting e-mail from one of our readers Dj Akbar:

"Hi. I just finished reading your commentary/article on p15 of NIT.

"Damn! I found it to be...

 

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Last Updated on Sunday, 01 September 2013 06:58

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Mick Mundine's funding promise faces scrutiny



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