CAAMA News 27-04-2021

27th Apr 2021

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In today's bulletin:

* Two First Nations deaths in custody have been confirmed today, the 6th and 7th since the beginning of March.

* A man has been found in Yulara breaching the Northern Territory’s Chief Health Officer directions regarding COVID-19 hotspots in Western Australia.

* Meanwhile, the Northern Territory government restrictions for travelers from the Perth and Peel regions has been revoked as of this afternoon.

* Western Australian Premier Mark McGowan has continued to call on the Federal Government to use military bases located in remote locations throughout the country as quarantine facilities.

* Prime Minister has suspended all flights from India, meaning two government chartered flights to Darwin from India will be cancelled.

* New research has revealed that Australia's stolen generations survivors have felt more disconnected from their communities during COVID-19 lockdowns.

* Federal Labor opposition leader Anthony Albanese has visited Uluru Kata-Tjuta National Park to announce and re-affirm the party's commitment to the Uluru Statement From The Heart.

* Territory police have arrested a woman who is alleged to have lit a number of fires in the Mbantwe Alice Springs CBD last night.

* Around 100 people have gathered at a dawn service prior to a national ceremony at the Australian War Memorial this past ANZAC Day weekend.

* and the latest in sport.

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