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Labor’s climate change bill passes the House of Commons. CBA Passes Rate Rise. Four people are believed to have been shot on a rural Queensland property. More and more of his teens are pursuing the five of them arrested in a stabbing incident in Sydney. NSW Severe Weather Warnings have been updated.Latest COVID-19 Cases and Deaths

Sen. Dorinda Cox has announced that an investigation has been reopened in the Senate into which Indigenous women and children have been searched, missing and murdered.

“It’s an important study that examines nationally harmonized data, primarily collected by law enforcement agencies and national surveys,” she said.

“It explores the reasons for respecting and not respecting the lives of indigenous women and children in this country and the role of the media in doing so.”

Following Cox’s announcement, Senator Lydia Thorpe sprayed the media over the lack of coverage of missing or murdered Native women and children.

“Why aren’t the lives of blacks in this country honored and reported like the lives of whites in this country?” she said.

“When a black woman dies, when a black woman is murdered, you don’t hear about it.

“When a white woman dies or is murdered, it’s on the front page.

“We need an investigation to call all of you, including the police, including all the racist systems that continue to oppress us in this country.”

Labor’s climate change bill passes the House of Commons. CBA Passes Rate Rise. Four people are believed to have been shot on a rural Queensland property. More and more of his teens are pursuing the five of them arrested in a stabbing incident in Sydney. NSW Severe Weather Warnings have been updated.Latest COVID-19 Cases and Deaths

Source link Labor’s climate change bill passes the House of Commons. CBA Passes Rate Rise. Four people are believed to have been shot on a rural Queensland property. More and more of his teens are pursuing the five of them arrested in a stabbing incident in Sydney. NSW Severe Weather Warnings have been updated.Latest COVID-19 Cases and Deaths

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