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Tammy Solmec

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03 April 2007

Tiga Bayles interviews Tammy Solmec who has just completed a Bachelor of Law for a number of years at the University of W.A. She has researched and written about Indigenous communities and the challenges in housing.

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Andrew Bartlett

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03 April 2007

Tiga Bayles interviews the Queensland Senator Andrew Bartlett. In this interview Andrew talks about the 10th Anniversary of the Stolen Generation and the issues such as CDEP, housing, education and the Native Title Act while visiting Mount Isa, Aurukun, Normaton, Doomadgee and Yarrabah.

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Sandra McGuinness

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30 March 2007

Tiga Bayles interviews Sandra McGuinness who is the daughter of Joe McGuinness. Joe McGuinness was the first Indigenous president of the Federal Council for the Advancement of Aborigines and Torres Strait Islanders which is better known as FCAATSI.
In this interview Sandra talks about the history of FCAATSI, her memories of FCAATSI, the involvement FCAATSI had with the 1967 Referendum and her father Joe McGuinness.
Bob Anderson who is an Indigenous elder and the chairman of the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Advisory Board, has also called in to share his memories of Joe McGuinness.

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Ray Jackson

 Let's Talk

29 March 2007

Tiga Bayles interviews Ray Jackson who is the President of the Indigenous Social Justice Association. Ray was a in the Stolen Generation and talks abit about that. In this interview Ray also talks about housing, the Health and Welfare on juvenile justice, particularly about those aged 13 or younger, education, race and more.

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Roger Cook

 Let's Talk

28 March 2007

Tiga Bayles interviews Roger Cook who is the President for ANTAR (Australian Native Title of Reconciliation). In this interview Roger talks about the how ANTAR all began, Aboriginal issues in W.A, Indigenous Land, Noongar Native Title Decision, Stolen Wages in W.A, housing and more.

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Sam Jeffries

 Let's Talk

27 March 2007

Tiga Bayles interviews Sam Jeffries who is the Coordinator of the Murdi Paaki and Chair of the Regional Assembly. In this interview he talks about change and differences on political events and he talks about Indigenous people being included in decisions that the Government make.

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John Clumpoint

 Let's Talk

26 March 2007

Tiga Bayles interviews John Major Clumpoint who was one of the four men acquitted of their involvement in a riot sparked by the death of Mulrunji who was killed in a Police Watch House on Friday the 19th of November in 2004. John who was cousin to Mulrunji was found not guilty.

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Fred Pascoe

 Let's Talk

23 March 2007

Tiga Bayles talks about the four Indigenous men who were charged on Palm Island for rioting after they found out Mulrunji had been killed in a Police Watch house.
Tiga Bayles then interviews Fred Pascoe who is the Chief Executive Officer of GCA Employment & Training Committee. In this interview they talk about CDEP, H Person Zone, housing for Indigenous people and more.

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Aboriginal Rainforest Council

 Let's Talk

22 March 2007

Tiga Bayles interviews Russell Butler who is the Chairman of the Aboriginal Rainforest Council and Dean Purcell who originally started off as one of the negotiators for the Aboriginal Rainforest Council. Dean has now worked for the Jobs and Shire Council for Pets and Weed Management Board and the River Catchment. Throughout this interview they cover topics involving Cyclone Larry, Indigenous people who should be involved in natural disasters, the Aboriginal Rainforest Council and more.

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Dick Estens

 Let's Talk

21 March 2007

Tiga Bayles interviews Dick Estens who is from the Aboriginal Employment Strategy (AES). Dick tells us about the Aboriginal Employment Strategy, his ideas and goals were, business it self, he tells us why AES had been so successful, Aborignal businesses, the AES 10th Birthday and much more.

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