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Archives October 2015

Womin-Jeka Dja Dja Wurrung: Welcome to Dja Dja Wurrung Country

Following the recent racist activities towards the Muslims wanting to build a mosque in Bendigo, Victoria, the rightful owners of the land speak out: "We are the people of this land, a land that was taken from us by a violent and racist state. And now a new group of white men are trying to tell the People of this land who are and are not welcome. There is no honour in that ..." Gary Murray released the media statement stating; 'We are the people of this land, a land that was taken from us by a violent and racist state. And now a new group of white men are trying to tell the People of this land who are and are not welcome. There is no honour in that ...' Read more about Womin-Jeka Dja Dja Wurrung: Welcome to Dja Dja Wurrung Country

Income management a failure, according to three-year study which contradicts findings of Forrest review

Basics Debit Card

"Income management through the BasicsCard Does not achieve what it sets out to achieve," said Alice Springs' Tangentyere Council research coordinator Matthew Campbell, whose team helped collect data for the study.

Income management in the Northern Territory has not led to people on welfare drinking less alcohol, sending their children to school more often or buying healthier food, according to the findings of a three-year study commissioned by the Federal Government. Read more about Income management a failure, according to three-year study which contradicts findings of Forrest review

APY Lands artists push for Alice Springs studio for protection from 'carpetbaggers'

Senior artists from South Australia's APY Lands want to set up a permanent art centre in Alice Springs to protect people from being exploited by unscrupulous dealers known as carpetbaggers.

Prominent artist Nyurpaya Kaika said, "We've been watching over the years how so many of our people are getting stuck in Alice Springs, particularly those who are now on dialysis regime that can't leave; their families comes in and join them and they're stuck there for years and years." Read more about APY Lands artists push for Alice Springs studio for protection from 'carpetbaggers'

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