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2014/09/20 07:34
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When it comes to health care there is a rising tide of instruction. We must take heed of an ‘economic signal’ regarding primary health care and that, in future if we want rapid access to services, we...
2014/09/20 07:34
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2014/09/20 06:16
2014/09/20 06:16
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Absolutely no sense in reconstructing the Eighth Street bridge The Eighth Street bridge should not be rebuilt but rather become a walking bridge only until it falls down. This bridge serves a limited...
2014/09/20 05:27
2014/09/20 05:27
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Arnhem Land leaders vow to work with Federal Government to end to 'poison welfare' reliance Powerful Indigenous figures in Arnhem Land have committed to work with the Federal Government to end the...
2014/09/20 05:15
2014/09/20 05:15
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Seven years after being voted out of office, John Howard still misses politics, but he is as active as ever. He talks to Jane Cadzow. "I left a country that was stronger and prouder than it had been...
2014/09/20 03:34
2014/09/20 03:34
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By Frances Gilham Ebola, experimental medicine and evidence The Ebola crisis is worsening. A fascinating article in the New York Times described the work of a doctor who has returned to his...
2014/09/20 02:12
2014/09/20 02:12
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Five days after he arrived, the caravan moved out of Yirrkala as Tony Abbott went back to Sydney. His ministers went back to their white cars and offices and Indigenous leaders returned to their...
2014/09/20 01:40
2014/09/20 01:40
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In the spring, Prime Minister Stephen Harper transferred lead responsibility for the issue of Canada’s murdered and missing Aboriginal women to Kellie Leitch, the Status of Women Minister and a doctor...
2014/09/20 01:07
2014/09/20 01:07
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SWIFT CURRENT, Sask. - Premier Brad Wall says it has been great having Prince Edward, the Earl of Wessex, in Saskatchewan for a three-day visit. On Friday, the prince wrapped up his brief trip to the...
2014/09/20 00:41
2014/09/20 00:41
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The federal government investigated an oil sands company that reported releasing water that had failed toxicity tests into a major river, but closed the file without charges or penalty, a newly...
2014/09/20 00:34
2014/09/20 00:34
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IT’S a growing phenomenon that unites political foes, spans tiers of government and community groups, and has experts in health, education, gardening and the environment singing from the same hymn...
2014/09/20 00:16
2014/09/20 00:16
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When Kim Kelly arrived back in Australia, she knew she wanted to make a difference. When Kim Kelly arrived back in Australia after a stint living in Asia, she knew she wanted to make a difference....
2014/09/20 00:12
2014/09/20 00:12
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Each week, a new guest hosts the @IndigenousX twitter account to discuss topics of interest as Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander people. In partnership with IndigenousX, we’re inviting its...
2014/09/19 22:26
2014/09/19 22:26
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Aboriginal leaders call on Tony Abbott to act on recognition referendum before next election Yolngu leaders from parts of Arnhem Land are urging the Prime Minister to reconsider delaying a referendum...
2014/09/19 21:27
2014/09/19 21:27
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OTTAWA - NDP MP Romeo Saganash's remarks to the House of Commons on Friday about the need for an inquiry into murdered and missing Aboriginal women: "Indigenous women experience more violence because...
2014/09/19 20:36
2014/09/19 20:36
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A RAFT of talented indigenous rugby league players, some with top-tier experience, will take to Crozier Field this weekend for the annual Aboriginal Rugby League Knockout Carnival. With 14 teams...
2014/09/19 20:31
2014/09/19 20:31
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Get your read on at The Word on the Street. Image courtesy of The Word on the Street Toronto. Fashion: For those of you who sigh heavily while browsing through rack upon rack of ill-fitting fad...
2014/09/19 20:14
2014/09/19 20:14
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On Sept. 15 Jim Prentice was sworn into office as Alberta’s Premier, though he is not yet an MLA. In addition to Prentice, the new premier swore in two new members of cabinet that day who were also...
2014/09/19 19:00
2014/09/19 19:00
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There’s no place on Earth quite like Xeni Gwet’in. Down a gravel road, about halfway between Williams Lake and the Pacific Coast, this community in the Nemiah Valley is breathtaking: Snow-capped...
2014/09/19 18:39
2014/09/19 18:39
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Canada’s Privacy Commissioner is investigating a federal department’s handling of Access to Information requests for Alberta Premier Jim Prentice’s expenses from when he was a cabinet minister in...
2014/09/19 18:25
2014/09/19 18:25
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By Steve Lambert THE CANADIAN PRESS WINNIPEG—Canada’s newest national museum still was something of a work in progress as officials prepared for its ceremonial opening today. Crews have been toiling...
2014/09/20 07:34
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