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Bev Manton

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16 April 2008

A $30,000 reward has been offered for information leading to the arrest and conviction of truck drivers who have allegedly sexually abused Aboriginal children and young people in north western NSW. Tiga Bayles interviews New South Wales Aboriginal Land Council chair Bev Manton.

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Gracelyn Smallwood and Larissa Behrendt

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15 April 2008

Tiga Bayles interviews Indigenous Activist Graceland Small. They talk about the Stolen Wages, The Lex Wooten case, Deaths in Custody, unions, the liberal party and more. Tiga then 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. They talk about her book she is writing, non fiction writing, Indigenous people being betrayed in literature, law, Australia's first female Governor General, compensating the Indigenous people of the Stolen Wages, The Northern Territory Intervention, 2020 Summit, UN Declaration and Australian government's response and RDA repeal in the NT and more.

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Prue Vines

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11 April 2008

Karen Dorante interviews Professor Prue Vines from the University of NSW. They talk about the Indigenous society of traditional knowledge and laws that could be robbed because of the Indigenous life expectancy, the basic inheritance Law in Australia, organising wills for property, land rights and more.

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Alison Edwards and Irene Fisher

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09 April 2008

Karen Dorante interviews Alison Edwards who is the Indigenous Program Manager for the Fred Hollows Foundation and Irene Fisher who is the CEO of Sunrise Health Service. They talk about how the BP at Bulwer Islander refinery contacted the Fred Hollows Foundation to donated an enormous amount of furniture and equipment to the Fred Hollows Foundation, the Freightlink transporting containers by rail from Adelaide to Katherine at no cost, Royal Wolf provided 4 x 20ft sea containers to transport furniture at no cost and use as storage for up to 4 months and much more.

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Gracelyn Smallwood and Chris Graham

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08 April 2008

Tiga Bayles interviews Gracelyn Smallwood and Chris Graham who is the Editor of the National Indigenous Times. They talk about the Stolen Wages being put in an educational fund by the government instead of paying the people that had that money stolen off them, The Apology, Indigenous War Veterans, Indigenous Deaths and Custody and more.

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Gary Highland and Shane Phillips

 Let's Talk

07 April 2008

Tiga Bayles interviews Gary Highland who is the National Director of ANTaR and Shane Phillips who is a young Redfern man and is involved with the National Aboriginal Alliance and is also a delegate to the 2020 summit. They talk about the Apology, the National Sorry Day Committee, The Stolen Generation, The Bringing Them Home Report, racism against Indigenous people, poor health, Indigenous health organisations, Congress of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Nurses, Closing the Gap Campaign, negative media against Indigenous people, The Northern Territory Intervention and more.

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Damein Bell, Ken Saunders and Wayne Coowell

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03 April 2008

The Lake Condah area in Victoria's south-west has been officially handed back to the Gunditjmara Aboriginal people. The Gunditj Mirring Traditional Owners Aboriginal Corporation will now manage Lake Condah and are the second group of Aborigines to have native title recognised in Victoria.

Tiga Bayles interviews Damein Bell who is the Project Manager for the Lake Condah Sustainable Development Project and Chairperson of the Gunditj Mirring Traditional Owners Aboriginal Corporation and Ken Saunders who is a Gunditjmara elder. They talk about the future plans for the Gundijmara River, tourism, environmental studies, lava, The Native Title Act, the missions, The apology, Indigenous people who fought in the World Wars, what it means to get back Lake Condah and much more.

Tiga then interviews Wayne Coowell who is the CEO of the Centre for Aboriginal Independence and Enterprise. They talk about what the Centre for Aboriginal Independence and Enterprise has to offer; economic opportunities, social and economic opportunities, an Indigenous credit union, banking and more.

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Geoff Anderson and Steve Kemp

 Let's Talk

02 April 2008

Tiga Bayles interviews member of the Wiradjuri Council of Elders Geoff Anderson. They talk about language programs in Catholic schools across NSW, and assisted elders in developing a 350-page dictionary of Kamilaroi and Yuwaalaraay words, funding for the language programs, the importance of Indigenous languages, Australian National University, racism, Indigenous schooling, drugs and alcohol and much more.
Tiga then interviews Steve Kemp who is a member of the Woorabinda Aboriginal Shire Council. They talk about the Rockhampton Bulletin which says Indigenous kids sell themselves for grog, the racism against Indigenous people in media, the good achievements in their community, the cattle company and more.

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Tom Calma

 Let's Talk

01 April 2008

Tiga Bayles interviews Social Justice Commissioner Tom Calma. They talk about the Native Title Act, Land Rights, local governments, The Northern Territory Intervention and some of the issues it's facing, Indigenous health, government procedures with Indigenous communities and much more.

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Barbara Shaw

 Let's Talk

31 March 2008

Tiga Bayles interviews Member of the NT Intervention Rollback Working Group in Alice Springs, Barbara Shaw who also stood as a candidate for her local area. They talk about the Rollback Working Group's, Alice Springs Council, National Aboriginal Alliance, The Northern Territory Intervention and some of the issues that occur in some of the Indigenous communities, the Apology, land rights, Indigenous people in government, counseling services, alcohol, the food vouchers the government offer to communities and more.

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