Aboriginal Legal Service of Western Australia Limited

Radio Programs

LAW MATTERS is an informative and entertaining program produced by the Aboriginal Legal Service of Western Australia (ALSWA). Presented by ALSWA Media Officer Jodi Hoffmann, Law Matters features discussion and interviews about human rights and the justice system.

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100.9 FM 6NME Noongar Radio (Perth)
Alternate Wednesdays 11:00am to 12:00 (Repeated Sundays at 9:00pm)
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National Indigenous Radio Service NIRS (National)
Broadcast on alternate Tuesdays at 2.05 to 3.00 pm (WST)
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936 AM Wangki Yupurnanupurra Radio (Fitzroy Crossing)

Alternate Fridays at 3:oopm

(Broadcasting Law Matters since 27 March 2015)

96.3 Tjuma Pulka (Kalgoorlie)

Alternate Saturdays 11:00am to 12:00 Noon

(Broadcasting Law Matters since June 2015)

*If your radio station would like to broadcast Law Matters, please contact ALSWA on 08 9265 6666.

  • Law Matters Program 62, 09th July, 2014


    The Aboriginal Legal Service of WA wishes you a fantastic NAIDOC Week! Our guests on this program are Eddie Cubillo, Executive Officer of the National Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander…
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  • Law Matters Program 61, 25th June, 2014


    Guests: ALSWA CEO Dennis Eggington and ALSWA DLS Peter Collins discuss the over-representation of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples in WA and the detrimental effect Federal Budget cuts could…
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  • Law Matters Program 60, 11th June, 2014


    Cultural Warning: Please note that this Law Matters program contains an interview with the late Mr. Cedric Wyatt, who sadly passed away in September 2014. Guests: Cedric Wyatt – ALSWA…
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  • Law Matters Program 59, 28th May, 2014


    ALSWA Civil/Human Rights Unit Solicitor Sarouche Razi provides an update on Section 18C of the Racial Discrimination Act, discusses a Forum about Homelessness which he recently participated in and talks…
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  • Law Matters Program 58, 14th May, 2014


    Dennis Eggington discusses last night’s 2014-15 Federal Budget that was handed down and the impact it could have on Aboriginal People. Jonathan Crabtree brings us up to date with where…
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  • Law Matters Program 57, 30th April, 2014


    Guest:Patricia Adjei, Indigenous Communications Coordinator and Legal Officer with CopyrightAgency/Viscopy : Assistance and support available for artists across the country in protecting their rights. Nikki Dwyer, ALSWA Civil and Human…
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  • Law Matters Program 56, 2nd April, 2014


    Guest: Annetta Bellingeri, Senior Regional Officer, Kimberley, Consumer Protection, Department of Commerce, WA discuses consumer protection and how people can protect themselves from scams. Nyungar woman Delaney Atkinson has been…
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  • Law Matters Program 55, 19th March, 2014


    Guest: ALSWA Kununurra Managing Solicitor Glen Dooley provides an insight into life and work in the East Kimberley region of Western Australia.
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  • Law Matters Program 54, 5th March, 2014


    Associate Professor Ted Wilkes and Professor Fiona Stanley discuss the importance of Aboriginal involvement in seeking solutions in keeping families healthy and strong, following on from recent comments by Police…
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  • Law Matters Program 53, 19th February, 2014


    Welcome back to Law Matters on our first program for 2014! We chat with ALSWA CEO Dennis Eggington and ALSWA Director Legal Services Peter Collins about the important role played…
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  • Law Matters Program 52, 18th December, 2013


    On the final program for 2013, Law Matters guests are: Shane Duffy, Chairperson, National Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Legal Services, discussing the NATSILS’ work over the past year, and…
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  • Law Matters Program 51, 4th December, 2013


    Murray Stubbs, ALSWA Kalgoorlie Court Officer and ZoeGilders ALSWA Kalgoorlie solicitor discuss working in and around Kalgoorlie andthe diversity of their roles with the Aboriginal Legal Service of WA
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  • Law Matters Program 50, 20th November, 2013


    Family Law lawyer Hayley Ellison talks about the 2013 White Tie Gala Dinner (on this Friday 22nd November in Perth). Nikki Albert, Manager at the Aboriginal Family Law Services in…
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  • Law Matters Program 48, 23rd October, 2013


    Helen McCartney, ALSWA’s Perth based Records Officer discusses her role at ALSWA ALSWA Lawyer Miriam Kelly talks about Family Law services that are now available through ALSWA’s Kalgoorlie office ALSWA…
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  • Law Matters Program 49, 06th November, 2013


    Mechelle Wilson from Noongar Radio talks about a collaborative project between Noongar Radio and Acacia prison which has resulted in their documentary being a finalist in the Community Broadcasting Awards.…
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  • Law Matters Program 47, 25th September, 2013


    Today’s program focuses on Alice Springs, and in particular, the Central Australian Aboriginal Legal Aid Service (CAALAS) who will celebrate their 40th birthday in October 2013. Noel Hayes, Chairperson of…
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  • Law Matters Program 46, 11th September, 2013


    Guests:Marc Newhouse from the WA Deaths in Custody Watch Committee RE the John Pat (30 year) Memorial Event taking place in Perth on 25 September 2013 (more information at www.deathsincustody.org.au);…
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  • Law Matters Program 45, 28th August, 2013


    Guests: Janette Dines, CEO, Royal Commission into Institutional Responses to Child Sexual Abuse Janette Dines provides an overview of the Royal Commission and why it has been set up. More…
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  • Law Matters Program 44, 14th August, 2013


    Guests: ALSWA CEO Dennis Eggington and Greens Senator Rachel Siewert Dennis and Rachel discuss Justice Reinvestment, community initiatives and the recent Banksia Hill Report by the Office of the Inspector…
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  • Law Matters Program 43, 31st July, 2013


    Guests: Senator Rachel Siewert, Green State Senator; Rachel discusses the importance of Justice Reinvestment Nikki Dwyer, ALSWA Civil Law and Human Rights Unit Lawyer Nikki provides an update on the…
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