A third of remote Aboriginal work for the dole participants say community worse off

[Lorena Allam, The Guardian]

The federal government’s own review of the remote Aboriginal work-for-the-dole program has found 36% of participants say their communities are worse off under the scheme.

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Receiving an OAM came as a surprise for 75 year old Pam

[Ashlea Witoslawski, Shepparton News]

Aunty Pam is the youngest daughter of Sir Douglas and Lady Gladys Nicholls and believes it was her parents insightful teachings that enabled her to also become a leader.

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ALS to open new office in Coffs Harbour to meet demand

[by Richard Lenarduzzi]

The Board’s decision to establish a new office in Coffs Harbour is evidence-based and follows a comprehensive review of localised need, demand, capacity and resources to provide representation services in the courts of Coffs Harbour, Grafton and Maclean.

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Akaltye Centre open for business

[by Patrick Nelson]

Charles Darwin University’s Akaltye Centre on Alice Springs campus has had a major makeover in the lead up to Semester 1, which starts early next month.

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