CAAMA News 23-4-2021

23rd Apr 2021

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In today's bulletin:

* The Prime Minister Scott Morrison has announced a was that Indian repatriation flights in the Northern Territory will be cut by a third.

* Wanyuwa and Wardaman woman Shellie Morris has been recognised for her contribution to music with a Doctor of Music from the University of Sydney.

* A contract for key work required before full-scale fracking in the Beetaloo Basin has been cancelled by the NT Government

* The grandson of a Kamilaroi man who saw World War One action on the Western Front, is urging First Nations people to seek out further information if they believe a relative has formerly served in Australia’s defence forces.

* 65 Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander finalists from across Australia have been selected from a total of 248 entries in the 2021 National Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Art Awards.

* Territory Police are investigating a fatal single vehicle crash north of Alice Springs where a woman has died.

* And all the latest in sport.

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