CAAMA News 9-06-2021

9th Jun 2021

The Catholic Bishop of Darwin has issued an apology to members of the Stolen Generations who were abused while under the care of the Catholic Church at Garden Point Mission in the 1940s, 50s and 60s.

Another apology for Aboriginal people in the Top end with the Woolworth's Group acknowledging it clearly failed to meet its expectations with critical stakeholders in Darwin and beyond into its proposed Dan Murphy’s development.

Four Victorian residents caught by police trying to sneak into WA without the necessary approvals are likely face a fine, regardless of whether their actions were deliberate or not.

Regional Victoria has been dropped from the Northern Territory's COVID-19 restrictions list.

the Australian Medical Association president Dr Omar Korshid has said he is concerned about states going their own way regarding the eligibility for someone getting the COVID-19 vaccine.

Northern Territory Police hold concerns for a man who has been reported missing from a remote community in the Barkly.

A series of community days in several Central Australian remote communities this week will teach young people about culture.The community events include a Family Fun Day, which was held for the community of Papunya yesterday, with local bands performing, T-Shirt screen printing, and games.

The AFL Commission Chair Richard Goyder said Adam Goodes had notified him earlier this year that he would decline to accept induction into the Australian Football Hall of Fame.