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QLD stolen wages reparations scheme "a pittance"
Posted on December 22, 2015
Cassandra Tim
with Bumma Bippera Media

The Queensland Government has opened its compensation scheme for First Nations people whose wages were stolen throughout the 20th century.
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Wujal Wujal community work with police to end violence
Posted on December 21, 2015
Noel Curran
with Cassandra Tim

Elders from a North Queensland community have welcomed two local police officers through a smoking ceremony in a bid to break down barriers between the justice system and residents.
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Categories: News
Women's circle strengthens community connections in Kalkadoon
Posted on December 21, 2015
Noel Curran
Correspondent

The Indigenous Children and Family Centre on Kalkadoon country is building stronger community connections with local traditional owners using a womenís circle to share parenting knowledge.
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WA police to review footage of First Nations assault
Posted on December 18, 2015
Adam Evans
Journalist

Police in Western Australia are reviewing a video of what appears to be a serving officer striking a First Nations woman while restrained face down on the ground.
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Plan to combat First Nations psychological distress
Posted on December 18, 2015
Noel Curran
Correspondent

Aboriginal health service, Maari Ma Health is preparing to look at the level and causes of 'psychological distress' affecting First Nation people living in the far west of New South Wales.
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Canadaís PM seeks forgiveness and full reconciliation with Indigenous people
Posted on December 18, 2015
Anna Whybird
News Director

The newly elected Prime Minister of Canada, Justin Trudeau has promised full reconciliation with the countryís Indigenous people after a report detailed decades of abuse.
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Wangkangurru mob embrace release of regional ecosystems map
Posted on December 18, 2015
Noel Curran
Correspondent

The Wangkangurru people, around the south western border of Queensland, are looking forward to new yearís release of the state's regional ecosystems map believing the tool will help identify at risk flora on country.
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Cairns commemorates Keriba Omasker one year on after tragedy
Posted on December 18, 2015
Cassandra Tim
Journalist

The city community of Gimuy in far north Queensland are set to gather over the weekend in remembrance of the Keriba Omasker who passed away this time last year.
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Grand Final loss driving Eagles
Posted on December 18, 2015
Shaun Bindley
Sport Reporter/Online Editor

West Coast Eagles 2014 Brownlow Medallist and 2015 runner up Matt Priddis says his team has come to terms with the clubs grand final loss to Hawthorn
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Categories: Sports
Walker enjoying life at Manly
Posted on December 18, 2015
Shaun Bindley
Sport Reporter/Online Editor

Manly Warringah signing Dylan Walker is thrilled to be linking up with Kangaroos teammate Daley Chery Evans at the Sea Eagles
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Categories: Sports
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