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Essential documents from Aboriginal Australia: 7 – the 2008 Yuendumu Petition

Essential documents from Aboriginal Australia: 7 – the 2008 Yuendumu Petition

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Intervention Sign Wars in the Tanami Desert…part 1,045

Intervention Sign Wars in the Tanami Desert…part 1,045

Pornography Drop-off Point. "This one is at the airstrip and is one of a pair. The other one is at the entrance to Yuendumu near the patronising “Look for People” sign. We inspect the bins daily. So far nothing has been placed in them. Anything we recover from the bins, we will incinerate."

Dog management and control policies in the NT are a dogs breakfast…

Dog management and control policies in the NT are a dogs breakfast…

“As long as you have female dogs breeding at one end of town while you are desexing at the other end - it is like painting the Sydney Harbour Bridge - you cannot finish it until you desex 85 per cent of the local population,” she said. “That is the tipping point that you need to reach before you can effectively control population growth.”

The Ampilatwatja walk-off – Richard Downs on the new ‘dog-licenses’ and more

The Ampilatwatja walk-off – Richard Downs on the new ‘dog-licenses’ and more

To my mind this Income Quarantining is a bit like the old days when they used to put Aboriginal people under the “dog license", where they had to grovel to the government for permission to do all kinds of things. People need to stand up and say “No, this is not right for Australia. What kind of country are we living in?”

McClelland, Macklin & FaHCSIA get an “F” on native title & indigenous housing reforms

McClelland, Macklin & FaHCSIA get an “F” on native title & indigenous housing reforms

There are some days that you’d prefer to be digging a ditch than to be a public servant. Particularly if you were one of the members of Federal Indigenous Affairs Minister Jenny Macklin’s FaHCSIA staff that turned up to the New South Wales Parliament House on the last Thursday of January to face a grilling […]