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State funeral for Uluru land rights deal elder at Pukatja
An Indigenous elder who helped secure the first land rights deal in central Australia has been honoured with a state funeral in remote central Australia.

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Pay up to the First Nations peoples or leave - says church leader
All non-Aboriginal Australians should be prepared to leave the country if the indigenous people want that, making restitution for the vile sin of genocide.

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I'm not apologising for something I didn't do!
Did you buy a piece of land, or do you live on a piece of land in an area where there is not even a Treaty in place supposedly ceding land?

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Power, not prohibition, is key for First Nation communities
The latest decision by the High Court of Australia upholds the legitimacy of alcohol management plans, which are bitterly resented by many indigenous people.

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NTI – the struggle continues after six years of disempowerment
Six years ago Barbara Shaw's family watched their TV in horror as the then PM announced he would be sending in the military and taking control of their community.

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Govt's Gift to First Nations people - 'A brand new stolen generation'
Since the NT Intervention began in 2007, the rate of child removals in the NT has increased by 80 percent - removals have also sky-rocketed across the country.

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Land council rejects Nimbin Rocks Tent Embassy proposal
Aboriginal Land Council has flatly refused to allow a solidarity ceremony to take place on Morton Rd, Nimbin Rock, the chief executive officer Sedrick Hinton said.

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Aboriginal Tent Embassy going up at Nimbin Rocks next month
Robert Corowa plans to establish an Aboriginal Tent Embassy at Nimbin Rocks next month in solidarity with the West Papua Freedom Flotilla.

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South Africa, 20 years after Apartheid, doing better than Australia
Australia incarcerates its Aboriginal youth at the world’s highest rates, it imprisons one in 14 WA Aboriginal adult males and it removes one in 14 children from WA families.

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'Conspiracy Of Silence' - Blood baths of the past by Dr Timothy Bottoms
The Queensland frontier was more violent than any other Australian colony. Dr Bottoms uses new original research in his book to expose the Queensland massacres.

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Cultural wall sees Indigenous men miss welfare pay
Centrelink payments are the only income in NT's remote towns, but hundreds of young Aboriginal men are not pursuing the payments due to culture gaps.

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Prime Minister laps up welcome but breaks funding promise
PM committed her support and funding to the Wyndham Early Learning Centre, WA. But to the shock of dependent families the majority of the funding will cease on 30 June.

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We have to stop the creation of another Stolen Generation
Paddy Gibson: In the Northern Territory, Police and child protection workers turn up in remote communities unannounced to take a young child from a local families.

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Kidney disease in Aboriginal Australians perpetuates poverty
Researchers: Elders in communities are a repository of knowledge and in the Northern Territory those between 40 an 60 years old are dying off at alarming rates.

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ILC Keeping Aboriginal men in the long grass
Young Aboriginal ILC Trainees in Minyerri, are suffering family stress, hunger, a feel of desperation, and are further disillusioned by empty promises.

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Australia's political heartland: hate, fear, prejudice
The great Australian shame is that not only are there votes to be had in hate, fear and prejudice, but this is the heartland of our political game

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Fighting for land nothing new for First Nations elder
Murra Wurra Paakintji elder Dorothy Lawson says her grandparent's rights as "squatters" were over-looked when authorities built a water storage basin in 1922

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The Rufus River Massacre - Lake Victoria South West NSW
The total Aboriginals killed during the attacks of 26th and 27th august 1841, is what became known as the "Rufus River Massacre".

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UN: Trust and Non-Self-Governing Territories
World Territories that are subject to United Nations Trusteeship Agreements or were listed by the General Assembly as Non-Self-Governing - 2 pages

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Australian Government not listening - while Aboriginal people die
Aboriginal suicide rates are at record levels, with Aboriginal youth suicide the world's worst. In response the Government has launched a national "inadequate" strategy.

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Gratuitous Bolt says racism is all Goodes
Andrew Bolt worked himself into a lather of racist self-righteousness which would have made Alan Jones and the rest of the Bolt cheer squad baying at the moon.

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Indigenous Peoples Permanent Sovereignty Over Natural Resources
'The rights of peoples to permanent sovereignty over their natural wealth and resources must be exercised in the interest of their national development and well-being.'

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Report on Deaths in Custody - people dying at high rates
Oz prison population has more than doubled in the last 20 yrs from 15,000 to 31,000. Between 2000 to 2008 prison deaths of 'natural causes' rose to 24.6% per year

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Comprehensive study on Treaties & Agreements
Study on Treaties, Agreements and Other Constructive Arrangements Between States and Indigenous Populations - by Mr. Miguel Alfonso Martinez, Special Rapporteur July 1997

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