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    • kellyana812

      I think the government should probably consider the appropriate United Nations Declaration of Rights for Indigenous People. Article 10 says it all really, by cutting off essential services and infrastructure, people are being forcibly removed.  The people living in these communities pay their electricity and their water, most are governed by a Council or Trustee group. Perhaps support could be given to supporting economic outcomes instead of just shutting everything down and, let’s face it, making a grab for the mineral heavy land and mining the hell out of it.  Indigenous peoples shall not be forcibly removed from their lands or territories. No relocation shall take place without the free, prior and informed consent of the indigenous peoples concerned and after agreement on just and fair compensation and, where possible, with the option of return. https://www.humanrights.gov.au/publications/un-declaration-rights-indigenous-peoples-1

    • kellyana812

      I was the Queen of ordering wedding stuff online. I ordered my dress, the bridesmaids dresses and all of the groomsmen’s suits online. I researched thoroughly and found some great sites, the dresses all came in at under $1000 (that’s a wedding dress, three bridesmaid dresses & a flower girl dress, including postage to australia) and the suits under $400. We ordered our invitations and wedding favours online as well. We saved bundles. It meant we could be a little more extravagant with the catering and some decorations. We booked a venue where the cost per head included the full dinner, 4 hour drinks package, room hire, DJ, ceremony and table decorations, oh and our accommodation in the wedding suite. This was in Surfer’s Paradise in Queensland, Australia. We had 50 guests at our wedding and it didn’t cost us much over $6000.

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