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Warren Mundine says that a further $600m can be cut
The PM's Chief Adviser has completely lost his marbles in suggesting that an additional $600m can be cut from the ‘Indigenous disadvantage’ spend.

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Bathurst jail over capacity as women are jailed there too
“Harsher conditions, including overcrowding ... are strongly associated with serious prisoner misbehaviour and violence,'' Inspectors report said.

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Redfern First Nations Peoples under attack
Abbott's policies reveal him to be in thrall to the voices of wealth and privilege, and he claims conservatism, but his actually party doesn't believe in community

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Muckaty takes legal action against nuclear waste dump - Q&A
Important legal action by traditional owners opposed to the Muckaty nuclear waste dump proposal will be the basis of a Federal Court trial in Melbourne.

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Mining plan risks a 'Lost World' of art North West of Cooktown
Billionaire Gina Rinehart has buried plans to dig for diamonds on Cape York's world-famed rock art country - but with her greed being so extreme, can we trust her.

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Mandatory sentencing blamed for NT's status as 'Top Jailer'
Snr lawyers in the NT are objecting to new mandatory sentencing laws which they say are contributing to a surge of prisoners into Territory's jails.

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Redfern:The Block – Redfern Aboriginal Tent Embassy established
According to one of the founding members of the Aboriginal Housing Company, Jenny Munro, the Embassy is "reclaiming The Block for our people".

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People are panicking over proposed $7 Medicare fee
People living on the border of poverty are avoiding making medical appointments in fear of being stung the $7 Medicare co-payment

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Grave fears that Abbott's policies will widen the gap
Deputy chairman of Tony Abbott's indigenous advisory council, doctor Ngiare Brown, has denounced budget cuts to indigenous affairs

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First Nations artist and historian says it's Bibbullmun and not Noongar
Mr Morrison says the Bibbullmun nation is made up of 23 States, rather than the commonly-used Noongar map of 14 clans ...'there are no such Aboriginal words as clans!'

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2014 Federal budget is 'Cash for jails' for our people
With their first term budget, the Abbott government has made clear what it means by Indigenous 'advancement': fewer services, and more funding for lockups.

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Sacred Birds poisoned under the watch of the ILC
This is yet again another disaster at the hands of the ILC. Sacred birds and small animals are poisoned within metres of a community.

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Abbott government to reduce First Nations peoples programs
The government will drastically reduce the number of First Nations programs and services - from more than 150 to just five with Abbott to control the Strategy

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Robert Bropho, Susan Taylor and the Western Australian Government
Gerry Georgatos expands on some appalling details of the Swan Valley community abuse and includes some information that provides some arguments to clear his name.

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UN reports on over 1000 murdered Aboriginal women in Canada
The Royal Canadian Mounted Police has confirmed that there have been more than 1,000 murdered Aboriginal women over the past three decades.

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First Nation knowhow to help save our landscapes
The deep knowledge of First Nation peoples is being called on as part of an effort to stem the tide of extinction and decline that is engulfing the landscape and wildlife.

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Warren Mundine calls for cultural genocide of First Nations Peoples
Prime Minister's Indigenous Advisory Council chairman Warren Mundine called for an end to the requirement to establish a connection with land to establish native title.

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First Nations author writes about her fight for her ancestors remains
In the early 1920s, grave robbers stole the ancestral remains of the Bidjara people in the Carnarvon ranges, central interior of Queensland .

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The second dispossession of First Nations peoples in Australia
When white Australian soldiers returned from WW1 and WW2, they were able to apply for a Servicemen's Settlement farm - Aboriginal land was often given to them.

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New fight for Aboriginal stolen wages with petition to WA Parliament
About 700 or 800 people who applied for a WA Gov't payment scheme were knocked back because the words 'stolen wages' was used, most were station workers

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Indigenous population to grow by a third by 2026
From the 2011 census figure of almost 670,000, the indigenous population will rise to more than 945,000 by 2026 under the bureau's highest growth scenario.

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The Republic and First Nations Peoples: Gregory Phillips
There are three major challenges confronting the Australian state: genocide and its denial, the values of whiteness, and unchecked greed dressed up as democracy.

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Redfern's famous street is Sydney's most valuable vacant lot
Now the Block is the most valuable vacant lot in Sydney. Only two buildings still stand on the Block - Tony Mundine's gym and his brother Mick's (AHC) office.

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Locking up First Nations people without legal representation
3 strike drinkers in NT don’t have a chance to argue their case in a court of law. This system targets Aboriginal people and doesn't allow them representation.

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Black Diggers buck the given history of "white men's business"
In the past there was no mention of any Aboriginals who fought and no recognition of women either. This war was men's business - white men's business.

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First Nations war heroes 'vanished' from the Anzac legend
Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders were present in almost every Australian campaign during WWI and their contribution was even greater during WWII.

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Tasmania's Black War: a tragic case of lest we remember?
Nowhere was resistance to white colonisers greater than from Tasmanian Aborigines, but within a generation only a few had survived the Black War.

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$155,000 memorial for hanged First Nations Freedom Fighters
A memorial to Tunnerminnerwait and Maulboyheenne, two Tasmanian warriors will be built at the site where they were hanged in Melbourne.

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Euahlayi subpoena is 'oppressive' :NSW Supreme Court
Mr Anderson said this confirms the nature of Australian society and its laws are a fraud - they operate a nation state on lands seized by murder and not by consent.

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Euahlayi People take their fight for their lands to Supreme Court
"I'm claiming land title. I want to know how they shifted Aboriginal law, Allodial Title from my mob to their common law system ... " said Ghillar Michael Anderson

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First Nation knowhow to help save our landscapes
The deep knowledge of First Nation peoples is being called on as part of an effort to stem the tide of extinction and decline that is engulfing the landscape and wildlife.

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Warren Mundine calls for cultural genocide of First Nations Peoples
Prime Minister's Indigenous Advisory Council chairman Warren Mundine called for an end to the requirement to establish a connection with land to establish native title.

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First Nations author writes about her fight for her ancestors remains
In the early 1920s, grave robbers stole the ancestral remains of the Bidjara people in the Carnarvon ranges, central interior of Queensland .

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The second dispossession of First Nations peoples in Australia
When white Australian soldiers returned from WW1 and WW2, they were able to apply for a Servicemen's Settlement farm - Aboriginal land was often given to them.

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New fight for Aboriginal stolen wages with petition to WA Parliament
About 700 or 800 people who applied for a WA Gov't payment scheme were knocked back because the words 'stolen wages' was used, most were station workers

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Indigenous population to grow by a third by 2026
From the 2011 census figure of almost 670,000, the indigenous population will rise to more than 945,000 by 2026 under the bureau's highest growth scenario.

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The Republic and First Nations Peoples: Gregory Phillips
There are three major challenges confronting the Australian state: genocide and its denial, the values of whiteness, and unchecked greed dressed up as democracy.

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Redfern's famous street is Sydney's most valuable vacant lot
Now the Block is the most valuable vacant lot in Sydney. Only two buildings still stand on the Block - Tony Mundine's gym and his brother Mick's (AHC) office.

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Locking up First Nations people without legal representation
3 strike drinkers in NT don’t have a chance to argue their case in a court of law. This system targets Aboriginal people and doesn't allow them representation.

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Black Diggers buck the given history of "white men's business"
In the past there was no mention of any Aboriginals who fought and no recognition of women either. This war was men's business - white men's business.

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First Nations war heroes 'vanished' from the Anzac legend
Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders were present in almost every Australian campaign during WWI and their contribution was even greater during WWII.

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Tasmania's Black War: a tragic case of lest we remember?
Nowhere was resistance to white colonisers greater than from Tasmanian Aborigines, but within a generation only a few had survived the Black War.

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$155,000 memorial for hanged First Nations Freedom Fighters
A memorial to Tunnerminnerwait and Maulboyheenne, two Tasmanian warriors will be built at the site where they were hanged in Melbourne.

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Euahlayi subpoena is 'oppressive' :NSW Supreme Court
Mr Anderson said this confirms the nature of Australian society and its laws are a fraud - they operate a nation state on lands seized by murder and not by consent.

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Euahlayi People take their fight for their lands to Supreme Court
"I'm claiming land title. I want to know how they shifted Aboriginal law, Allodial Title from my mob to their common law system ... " said Ghillar Michael Anderson

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