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The WA Department of Justice says removing 'Aboriginal' and derogatory terms from birth certificate records is not white-washing, with the NT following a similar...
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Following media reports and a press conference this morning, the office of Peter Tinsley may reconsider the scheduled May 30 meeting.
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Following years of demands for action on Aboriginal deaths in custody the WA Government will finally start a custody notification service.
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The West Australian Labor Senator also agrees with establishing a regional juvenile facility in the north-west of the state.
A new report is urging the Australian Government to increase funding for female Indigenous ranger jobs and Indigenous Protected Areas.
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The teen alleges one of the men yelled out “I’m going to kill you, you black c**t”, the court heard.
Baldau Yiooghen means 'dream big' in Wurundjeri language, and the program is helping Victorian students do just that.
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