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30 Sep 2011 - 10:59 AM  UPDATED 6 Sep 2013 - 9:31 AM

LIVING BLACK WINS A DEADLY

Indigenous communities were among those hit hard when Cyclone Yasi caused wide spread destruction in Far North Queensland.

But months later, Yasi has left an unexpected legacy for Aboriginal people.

Four years after the Northern Territory Intervention set out to improve the lives of Aboriginal children, school attendance rates have slipped. Many are now calling for a new approach.

In Melbourne, newspaper columnist Andrew Bolt and his employer, the Herald and Weekly Times, have been found to have breached the Racial Discrimination Act over a series of 2009 articles.

While in Western Australia, claims have emerged that the country's largest Aboriginal deaths in custody burial ground is being desecrated.
 
This week on the Music Project, we feature Redfern duo Ngaratya.

PLUS: Don't miss the highlights from the 2011 Deadlys this Sunday at 9:30pm on SBS ONE.

Repeat times
SBS ONE
Monday 5:30pm
Tuesday 12:30am
Friday
2:30pm

SBS TWO
Monday 6pm

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