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Queensland’s proposed treaty with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people has taken another step forward with the first meeting of the advancement committee this week.
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The committee is charged with developing options and giving independent advice in what the government says is a vital role on its path to a treaty.
The state has also committed to a “truth telling and healing” process, the importance of which was underscored by minister for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander partnerships Craig Crawford.
The grasslands saga just refuses to die for the Taylor family.
A $107,000 grant to Monaro Farming Systems – a company which is linked to Federal MP Angus Taylor’s brother, Richard – has prompted a sharp exchange in NSW estimates as another Taylor – Upper House MP Bronnie Taylor – faced questions about whether she had any involvement in securing the money.Continue reading...