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A BUMP in the 2000 to 4000 people supported each year by mental health, drug and alcohol services in Dubbo is expected when they come together at a former school that’s had a $2.5 million makeover. A...
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2014/11/24 07:22
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FORMER Newcastle Knights star Ashley Gordon is holding a workshop in Walgett early next month targeting problem gambling in Aboriginal communities. FORMER Newcastle Knights star Ashley Gordon is...
2014/11/24 07:22
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A TEENAGE prisoner who escaped custody was wearing handcuffs at the time he went missing from Dubbo, a spokesperson for the NSW Department of Juvenile Justice has confirmed. A TEENAGE prisoner who...
2014/11/24 06:53
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HERITAGE MATTERS: Bendick Murrell is an oasis in the true sense of the word. Bendick Murrell is an oasis in the true sense of the word. It sits at the confluence of two major creeks that flow along...
2014/11/24 06:26
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MARK COLVIN: The mining magnate Andrew Forrest says corporate Australia has a powerful, practical role to play in closing the gap, by helping train and employ more Indigenous people. His company,...
2014/11/24 06:26
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MARK COLVIN: It's been a coldish but rewarding week in Tasmania for a group of Indigenous teenagers from Western Australia. The Apple Isle holiday was a reward for consistent school attendance. The...
2014/11/24 06:26
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MARK COLVIN: A national campaign to stop mentally disabled people being jailed without a conviction is gaining momentum. The Aboriginal Disability Justice Campaign estimates more than a hundred...
2014/11/24 06:26
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Income management a failure, according to three-year study which contradicts findings of Forrest review Income management in the Northern Territory has not led to people on welfare drinking less...
2014/11/24 06:08
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TIRED of driving to the shops? Fed up with being stuck in traffic? It’s time to hit the road and experience some of the best of Australia. Here is travel site Skyscanner’s break down of the most...
2014/11/24 05:46
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PARRAMATTA playmaker Chris Sandow admits he would be “shattered” if he had to leave the Eels at the end of next season. Off contract at the end of 2015 and under pressure to perform, Sandow knows the...
2014/11/24 05:26
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Benedict Cumberbatch plays Alan Turing in a film directed by Morten Tyldum.Credit Illustration by Concepción Studios; photograph: Hulton Archive / Getty (Right) Nobody knows who first compared...
2014/11/24 04:42
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Check out what was making news today up and down the South Coast. 9am: That's about it folks! Thanks for joining me this morning. A quick reminder (or shameless plug!) for the Bega District News...
2014/11/24 02:39
2014/11/24 02:39
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The clogged courts in British Columbia suggest that the government is not doing a good job of consulting and accommodating First Nations over resource projects on Aboriginal land. Six bands have...
2014/11/24 02:26
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New laws to offer better protection against 'up-skirting' in ACT New laws to offer better protection against indecent behaviour using cameras and other technologies have been introduced to the ACT...
2014/11/24 01:55
2014/11/24 01:55
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It’s become a truism to observe that the legacy of CBC’s pop culture show Q’s fired host, Jian Ghomeshi, will be to open the doors wide to a national, even international, conversation about the extent...
2014/11/24 01:54
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ONTARIO—The Grand Council Chief of the Union of Ontario Indians is applauding the Friday decision of the Ontario Court of Justice, which ruled that a hospital couldn’t force a First Nations girl from...
2014/11/24 01:54
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Anawahs Migwans, 12, from Lakeview School pens unique cultural tale TORONTO—Grade 7 Lakeview School student Anawahs Migwans from M’Chigeeng First Nation is one of six young Aboriginal writers across...
2014/11/24 01:54
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OTTAWA –The independent Senate Liberal Caucus today released a legal brief arguing for a court challenge which would order the federal government to initiate a national inquiry into missing and...
2014/11/24 01:54
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How Canada stole from Aboriginal schools and water plants To the Expositor: Aanii, hello, to all my non-Aboriginal relations. I am Chief Shining Turtle of the Sturgeon clan, of Whitefish River First...
2014/11/24 01:28
2014/11/24 01:28
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This book draws together a suite of little known colonial women and investigates their writings for what they reveal about their attitudes to, views on and beliefs about Aboriginal people. This book...
2014/11/24 07:22
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