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Tom Calma

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02 May 2007

Tiga Bayles interviews Social Justice Commissioner Tom Calma. This interview is about Stories, poems, artwork and photographs from Indigenous people removed
from their families are now being sought by the Human Rights and Equal Opportunity Commission (HREOC) for a publication to mark the 10th anniversary of the Bringing them home report on 26 May and more.

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Esmai Manahan

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01 May 2007

Tiga Bayles interviews Manager of the Victorian Government's Koori Business Network, Esmai Manahan. This is interview is about the KBN, Indigenous Economic Development Conference and more.

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Vince Mundraby

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30 April 2007

Tiga Bayles interviews Vince Mundraby who is the Mayor of Yarrabah. In this interview they talk about the Shire Council of Yarrabah, Indigenous communities, missions and more. All the Aboriginal Councils are meeting this week, firstly amongst themselves and then later in the week with Local Government Minister Andrew Fraser. About a week ago the government told them they have to scrap the transition process
they've been going through for the past three years and they now have to look at merging with other shires.

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Larissa Behrendt

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27 April 2007

Tiga Bayles interviews Larissa Behrendt who is a Professor of Law and Director of Research at the Jumbunna Indigenous House of learning at the University of Technology in Sydney. Larissa talks about CDEP, Reconciliation, ALP, the environment of Australia, Native Title, Liberal and Labor and other Indigenous issues.

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Fred Chaney

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26 April 2007

Tiga Bayles interviews Fred Chaney who is retiring deputy chair of the National Native Title Tribunal. This interview is about the Native Title Act, land right claims, Aboriginal communities, Aboriginal affairs, 40th anniversary of the 1967 referendum and much more.

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Chris Graham

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24 April 2007

Tiga Bayles interviews Chris Graham who is the Editor of the National Indigenous Times. They talk about ANZAC day, Indigenous Service Men who were ANZAC's, issues in the community Watair, the Australian Bureau of Statistics and housing, education, health and much more.

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AFL & ANZAC

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23 April 2007

Tiga Bayles interviews Gillon McLachlan who is the Chief Broadcaster Commercial Officer and Phil Martin who has just started in the AFL business and is doing some liasion with various governments. They discuss strong levels of support from the government and Gold Coast council for a Gold Coast AFL team, promoting healthy living and education, Indigenous players, sponsors and more.
Tiga Bayles also talks to David Williams who is an Indigenous Vietnam Vet in the NAVY. David talks about Indigenous Return Service Men march which is being held in Sydney on ANZAC day and many interesting stories about his time during the war.

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Minister Mal Brough and Indigenous Art

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20 April 2007

Tiga Bayles interviews Mal Brough who is the MP Minister for Families, Community Services and Indigenous Affairs and talks about home ownership, land, access to land, employment, Tiwi Island, communities and their needs and more.
Tiga Bayles also interviews Dr Louise Hamby who is the Exhibition Curator from the Museum of Victoria and Lindy Allen who is the Senior Curator from the Museum of Victoria and have a touring art exhibition which is from Western Arnhem Land and will be held today in Brisbane. They talk about the artwork which is fibre art, baskets, mats, etc. They also tell you how you can purchase this beautiful artwork.

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NITV & Kawanyama State School

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19 April 2007

Tiga Bayles interviews Paul Remati who is the Director of the National Indigenous Television (NITV) that will go to air in just two months. Paul also has experience in New Zealand with Maori TV.
NITV inaugural broadcasts will be transmitted to a potential audience of 220,000 scattered over remote areas of the Northern Territory, South Australia, Queensland and
western New South Wales. These will be carried on the second satellite channel of Indigenous run and Alice Springs based commercial broadcaster Imparja.
Paul talks about how NITV started, his role in NITV, how NITV was funded, what programs will be aired on NITV, their future goals, some of the challenges that will occur and plenty more.
Tiga Bayles also interviews Andrew Patterson and Kevin Beutel who are teachers from Kawanyama State School. They talk about the students learning about new technology, what living in the community means to them, the students going to boarding school, short films the students have made and more.

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Rachelle McIvor and Gavin Allum

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18 April 2007

Tiga Bayles interviews Rachelle McIvor who is a young Indigenous woman and mother of one and Gavin Allum who is from Hopevale, a small community 40km from Cape York in QLD. They talk about the challenges and concerns in Hopevale including the AMP and to make Hopevale as a town which is now still known as a mission. Gavin also talks about himself having a criminal record for bringing too much alcohol into Hopevale. He argues why the rest of Australia can have unlimited alcohol and Hopevale can't.

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