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Tony Abbott sent packing on his first Aboriginal envoy trip

2583 Borroloola SM



"We told him we don’t want him as our envoy” say Borroloola elders.

Lamenting lines of life sentence and lifestyle choices



There is much wailing and gnashing of teeth at the moment by people who are well employed and salaried, speaking out on behalf of those who are not. Self-help is not a favored option, it seems, despite Aboriginal shareholding in major businesses. COMMENT by ERWIN CHLANDA.


Prime Minister attacks wellbeing in remote Australia



The Prime Minister cares more for "Phil the Greek" than for people in the outback, writes Sid Anderson (pictured), MacDonnell Regional Council President.


Abbott snubs Giles, says Lawrie



In an unprecedented snub Prime Minister Tony Abbott is not meeting with Chief Minister, Adam Giles, during his stay in North East Arnhemland, writes Opposition Leader Delia Lawrie.


Guess who's making things moving on Closing the Gap?



Immediately upon being elected Leader of the then Opposition, the underestimation of Tony Abbott began. He was dismissed as an unelectable Mad Monk, a misogynist and, in all likelihood, a closet racist. Have look at his record now.


Land councils a tool of oppression, not advancement


Control of Aboriginal lands by land councils stops advancement and halts progress for both Aboriginal and non Aboriginal Australians alike. The councils stifle and stamp out individual achievement of any kind by the time-honoured method of creating division and infighting.

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