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Warren Mundine: The white sheep of the family?

Dr Gary Foley Independent Australia 17 September, 2013

Tony Abbott's new puppet, Warren Mundine, has surprised some, but not Gary Foley, who has watched Mundine steadily tread a path to the Right for years.

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Tent Embassy delegates meet with Indonesian representatives

A poor man's treaty: the 'con' in constitutional reform

Chris Graham 'Tracker Magazine' 1 April 2013

Constitutional recognition for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples seems to have captured the imagination of many white Australians, writes Chris Graham. But are the motives really all pure? Read more about A poor man's treaty: the 'con' in constitutional reform

How governments have tricked us over the Northern Territory Intervention

Even before the Intervention began in June 2007, government had long planned a new approach to the 'management' of Aboriginal people in the Northern Territory. It was no longer part of government thinking that self-determination and Aboriginal control over land could be allowed to continue. These were the Whitlam notions of 1975, and they were no longer acceptable.

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First Nations rock art is at risk

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