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Winita Davis, Kim Jarone and Peter Sole

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07 November 2007

Tiga Bayles interviews Winita Davis who s employment as a Police Liasion Officer and is based at the Cape york PCYC as a Commutiy Support Cooridinator for the PCYA Centres. In this interview they talk about her role at the PCYC, trainees that attend the PCYC centre, who PCYC are funded by, the youth that attend the PCYC and some of the activities they are involved in, culture, child safety and more. Tiga then interviews Kim Jarone who is the Coordinator of Regional Organisations and Coordinator of the coucils of Cape York. They talk about the Aboriginal local government associaion, Councils, Aboriginal Councils, funding for Cape York COucils, education and training not only for youth but also mature age groups, support for councillors, Weejum Feral Forum, roads wilflife and more. Tiga Bayles then interviews CEO for the Napranum Aboriginal Shire Council Peter Sole. They talk about the upcoming elections, his Certificate 4 in Local Government Administration, the difference between shire councils and community councils, the corporate and operational plans for Napranum, employment, CDEP, Community Enterprise Australia and much more.

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Angela Bates and Michael Aired

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06 November 2007

Tiga Bayles interviews Angela Bates who is a video journalist with Living Black. In this interview they talk about Living Black, NAIDOC celebrations, her time in Aboriginal media, her filming and mentoring youth, the highlights in media and the Northern Territory Intervention. Then Tiga Bayles interviews Michael Aired who talks about his interests, tribal group languages, Aboriginal Cultural Heritage, Queensland Museum, family history, culture, photography, education, exhibitions and more.

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John Briggs

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05 November 2007

Carbon trading may be the key to economic independence for Indigenous landowners, under a proactive new scheme by the Centre for Aboriginal Innovation and Enterprise (CAIE). Tiga Bayles interviews John Briggs of Blake Dawson Waldron who tells us about the Centre which was launched this week to assist Aboriginal communities to move beyond reliance on government agencies. They talk about what carbon trading is, Indigenous people engaging with carbon trading, Greenhouse emissions, forests and trees, carbon dioxide, Australian land mass, Aboriginal ownership, education, chem trails, rain and water, people buying carbon offsets and more.

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Eddie Monet

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02 November 2007

Tiga Bayles interviews Eddie Monet who is an Intelligence Officer with the Australian Federal Police. In this interview they talk about why he joined the Australian Federal Police, the challenges of being an Indigenous Police officer, education, ASP, his job role as an Intelligence Officer, Black Deaths in Custody, Indigenous Support Network, Recruiting youth and encouraging them to believe they can do anything, youth and some of the issues they may have to face, Mens Groups for Indigenous people and much more.

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Les Malezer

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01 November 2007

Tiga Bayles interviews the Tiga Bayles interviews Les Malezer who is the chairman of FAIRA. In this interview they talk about the Indigenous pre-election forums, International Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous peoples, the Northern Territory Intervention, Indigenous Rights, Reconciliation, the up-coming elections, the 1967 Referendum, constitutional changes, Liberal and Labor and much more.

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Adrian Hepi

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31 October 2007

Tiga Bayles interviews Queensland Indigenous Alcohol Diversion Program Coordinator in Cairns, Adrian Hepi. In this interview they talk about $36.4 million pilot to target Indigenous alcohol abuse, the support going into Indigenous communities, criminal justice and child protection systems, alcohol treatment programs, the Addiction Help Agency, rehab centers and counseling, health issues, ICC, Indigenous leadership, Women's Rugby League, cultural activities and what the Addiction Help Agency can do to help people who have issues with alcohol.

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Peter Yu

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30 October 2007

Tiga Bayles interviews NAILSMA (North Australian Indigenous Land & Sea Management Alliance) Chair Peter Yu. In this interview they talk about the Second National Indigenous Land & Sea Conference: Caring for Country Cardwell, how to manage lands, natural resources, our fragile eco-systems in the face of inevitable climate change, democratic change, increasing integration into the global economy, Northern Land Council, Aboriginal waters, green house gas emissions, Public investment into Indigenous communities, Northern Territory Land Rights Act, Native Title, no protocols for Indigenous land, CDEP, communities that are taking control of drafting policies and implementing strategies that can make changes and much more.

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Rachel Siewert

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29 October 2007

Tiga Bayles interviews Western Australian Greens Senator Rachel Siewert. In this interview they talk about the Northern Territory Intervention, Reconciliation, issues in Pilbara and the Kimberley, housing, the lack of rehabilitation services, the lack of medical centres, environmental issues, Stolen Wages, the upcoming elections, child abuse in W.A, alcohol, getting kids back to school and more.

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Rob Moodie

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26 October 2007

Tiga Bayles interviews Rod Moodie who is a Professor of Global Health at the University of Melbourne's Nossal Institute. In this interview they talk about the University of Melbourne's Nossal Institute, economy, the reason why he thinks Australia is a mean country, greed, other countries that are poor and Australia gains off them, communicating with one another no matter what nationality, refugees, Stolen Generation, Northern Territory Intervention and much more.

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Irene Fisher and Olga Havnen

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25 October 2007

Tiga Bayles interviews Irene Fisher who is the CEO of the Northern Territory's Sunrise Health and Olga Havnen. In this interview they talk about the Northern Territory Intervention, child abuse, health, Difference of Opinion, Indigenous sacred sites, the up coming elections and much more.

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