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Indigenous voice legislation to be introduced this parliamentary term if referendum succeeds, PM says

The Guardian 06 Feb 2023
... Indigenous voice would be introduced in this term of parliament if the referendum succeeds, Anthony Albanese hopes, and the body’s advice would be released publicly.

Indigenous man missing from Colorado Springs since Friday morning

CBS News 06 Feb 2023
The Colorado Bureau of Investigation put out a missing indigenous person alert Sunday evening. Joshua Creel has been missing since 5 a.m. on Friday, Feb ... ....

Live: 'Keep our fight alive': Lidia Thorpe intends to 'speak freely' on Indigenous sovereignty following ...

Australian Broadcasting Corporation 06 Feb 2023
Senator Lidia Thorpe says the Greens' support for an Indigenous Voice to Parliament is at odds with activists who are demanding "treaty before Voice". Follow live ... .

Greens Senator Lidia Thorpe Quits Party Over Indigenous Voice to Parliament

The Epoch Times 06 Feb 2023
The Greens Indigenous Spokesperson, Lidia Thorpe, has quit the Greens party and will move to the crossbench. Thorpe announced the move on Feb.

Mitchell, Wighton cleared for Indigenous All Stars game after Canberra arrest

Australian Broadcasting Corporation 06 Feb 2023
Latrell Mitchell and Jack Wighton jet off to join the Indigenous All Stars camp, having issued an apology for their "embarrassing" arrest in Canberra ... .

Indigenous senator quits party over Australian referendum

ABC News 06 Feb 2023
An Indigenous senator in Australia has quit the minor Greens party in a disagreement over a referendum to be held this year that would create an Indigenous Voice to Parliament ... .

Lidia Thorpe didn’t think Indigenous Voice would go ‘far enough’

The Daily Telegraph Australia 06 Feb 2023
Sky News Political Editor Andrew Clennell says he believes Senator Lidia Thorpe "had some warning" about the Greens' position on the Indigenous Voice a fortnight ago.

New alcohol bans to curb crime in indigenous Australia

The Times/The Sunday Times 06 Feb 2023
The Northern Territory government is to reinstate a ban on the sale of alcohol in indigenous town camps and remote communities.Sponsored.

Alcohol Bans Return To NT Indigenous Communities, With $250 Million Federal Assistance

MENA FN 06 Feb 2023
(MENAFN - The Conversation) Alcohol bans will be reimposed in Northern Territory communities, in a victory for Anthony Albanese over a reluctant territory government. The federal government will ... .

Guardian Essential poll: majority of Australians continue to support Indigenous voice

The Guardian 06 Feb 2023
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Feds unable to list Indigenous communities consulted on reconciliation council bill

CBC 06 Feb 2023
The Canadian government says it’s unable to list the Indigenous communities that participated in the drafting of legislation proposing to create a national council for reconciliation because no such list exists ... .

AHA News: Indigenous Populations May Have Higher Stroke Risk

Herald & Review - Decatur 06 Feb 2023
MONDAY, Feb. 6, 2023 (American Heart Association News) -- In highly developed countries, Indigenous populations may have a higher rate of stroke, according to new research that highlights a dire need for more data and well-designed studies ... .

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