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Empowered Aboriginals to succeed: Pearson

Empowered Aboriginals to succeed: Pearson

Cape York leader Noel Pearson has criticised the progressive side of politics and the Aboriginal ...
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Nigel Scullion Invites Groups to Submit Proposals to Regain Control of Land

Nigel Scullion Invites Groups to Submit Proposals to Regain Control of Land

Indigenous Affairs Minister Nigel Scullion has invited Aboriginal groups from around the country to submit ...
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Noel Pearson says constitutional voice a ‘real chance’

Noel Pearson says constitutional voice a ‘real chance’

Enshrining an indigenous advisory body in the constitution was a “real chance” and “not really ...
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Noel Pearson says Indigenous Australians must not be intimidated by 'ordinary' Malcolm Turnbull

Noel Pearson says Indigenous Australians must not be intimidated by ‘ordinary’ Malcolm Turnbull

A referendum to give Indigenous people more power to run their own affairs is a ...
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Pearson Pushes Constitution-first Line on Indigenous Treaty

Pearson Pushes Constitution-first Line on Indigenous Treaty

Establishing a “First Nations Voice” in the constitution would lead to treaty negotiations to address ...
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Australia needs a new deal: fairness and economic growth - Noel Pearson

Australia needs a new deal: fairness and economic growth – Noel Pearson

The next federal election will be fought with fairness in one corner and animal spirits ...
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Turnbull’s foreign interference laws bad for Australian liberties - Noel Pearson

Turnbull’s foreign interference laws bad for Australian liberties – Noel Pearson

The Australian parliament is about to make a huge mistake with the imminent passage of ...
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Calls for decade-long cashless welfare card trial on Cape York Peninsula to continue

Calls for decade-long cashless welfare card trial on Cape York Peninsula to continue

Members of an Aboriginal community on Cape York Peninsula are calling for their income management ...
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Shireen Morris: The Uluru Statement From The Heart: Why I Have Hope

Shireen Morris: The Uluru Statement From The Heart: Why I Have Hope

Nine months after the Prime Minister’s rejection of the Uluru Statement from the Heart, I ...
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Teela Reid: Labor turns down volume on voice that must be heard

Teela Reid: Labor turns down volume on voice that must be heard

I was raised by my single mother and have always been inspired by strong black ...
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Interim report set to test ideas on Recognition

Interim report set to test ideas on Recognition

A federal parliamentary committee will “feed the ball into the scrum” with its first report ...
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Constitutional Recognition: A Wicked Problem?

Constitutional Recognition: A Wicked Problem?

Little more than a year after an unprecedented gathering of Indigenous elders and academics, delegates ...
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‘Dastardly deeds, betrayal and stalking horses’: Noel Pearson opens up

In a wide-ranging interview on NITV’s Living Black, Cape York leader Noel Pearson has said ...
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OPINION: The Government sets the goal posts, only to move them when Indigenous people score

The struggle for rights, even dignity, for Indigenous people in this country could be likened ...
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‘A tectonic shift in justice’: how the Wik people fought the law and won

‘A tectonic shift in justice’: how the Wik people fought the law and won

If you are going to meet Wik people in Aurukun you may well be directed ...
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Film screens ahead of TV premiere

Film screens ahead of TV premiere

A FILM screening and a flag raising ceremony will help celebrate NAIDOC Week in Sandgate ...
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Memo to migrants: please stay off the path to welfare’ - Noel Pearson:

Memo to migrants: please stay off the path to welfare’ – Noel Pearson:

There is something more important for migrants coming to our country than passing an English ...
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