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Nigel Scullion
27.02.15 in Territory media
Country Liberals Senator for the Northern Territory Nigel Scullion has welcomed the much-needed upgrade to local bridges under the Australian Government’s new $300 million Bridges...
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Minister for Indigenous Affairs, Nigel Scullion, has announced that the Government has today introduced a bill to extend the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Peoples...
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Joint Media Release with The Hon. Greg Hunt MP, Minister for the Environment Fifty years ago today, the Indigenous civil rights protests at the Moree Baths and Swimming Pool...
Minister for Indigenous Affairs, Nigel Scullion, who is leading a Council of Australian Governments (COAG) investigation into Indigenous land administration and use, has invited...

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Bush TV was there on the first day of school in Gunbalanya to film kids from the remote community. The Remote School Attendance Strategy (RSAS) has entered its second year of getting children to go to school every day, with students at Gunbalanya in the Northern Territory being the first to return to the classroom.
I was on hand to assist local School Attendance Officers at Gunbalanya do the morning school run to make sure children made their first day of school for 2015.
The remote NT community is one of 69 across the country participating in the RSAS, local people working together to get kids to school each and every day.