CAAMA News 03-05-2019

3rd May 2019

CAAMA News Team: Kyle Dowling, Damien Williams, Lorena Walker and Paul Wiles.

The Federal Shadow Minister for Families and Social Services says  the Shorten Labor Government will build a 10 million dollar student accommodation complex for at risk young people in Alice Springs if it wins the upcoming federal election.

The Morrison Coalition Government is also on a spending spree in the Northern Territory making a range of funding announcements in the lead up to the federal election.

The rate of young Queenslanders being held in remand is “absolutely embarrassing” when compared to other countries, according to Amnesty International Indigenous Rights Advocate Joel Clark.