Law Matters Program 149 4th March 2020

Guests :  ALSWA South Hedland lawyer Carly Price gives us an insight into life and work in regional WA; Glenn Shaw, Senior Heritage Project Officer/Aboriginal Heritage/Dept. of Planning, Lands and Heritage talks about the Review of the Aboriginal heritage Act 1972.  For more information on this, go

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Law Matters Program 148

19th February 2020   Law Matters is back for another year and our Guests on the program are Thomas Mayor who speak about The Uluru Statement From The Heart, ALSWA Custody Notification Service (CNS) Managing Lawyer Hayley O’Hara, and Kathy Russell, Managing Lawyer of ALSWA’s Family Law

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Law Matters Program 147

Law Matters Program 147 13th November 2019 Jodi Hoffmann speaks with Aboriginal Legal Service of WA Ltd CEO Dennis Eggington about a range of topics including WA’s Custody Notification Service, tragic police shootings in recent times, the ALSWA AGM and ALSWA’s current position vacant for a Community

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MEDIA RELEASE – POLICE BADGE NOT A LICENCE TO KILL says ALSWA

POLICE BADGE NOT A LICENCE TO KILL says ALSWA 14th November 2019 Tragically, at just 19 years old, Kumanjayi Walker’s short life is over, a life taken too soon at the hands of Constable Zachary Rolfe in the NT outback community of Yuendumu. His death comes just

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Law Matters Program 146, 2nd October 2019

Guest:  Peter Collins, ALSWA Director of Legal Services.  This program focuses on the Custody Notification Service (CNS) which commenced operations on 2nd October 2019.   Download

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ALSWA ELATED AT LAUNCH OF WA CUSTODY NOTIFICATION SERVICE

Wednesday 2nd October 2019  The Aboriginal Legal Service of WA Ltd (ALSWA) is elated that the Custody Notification Service (CNS) is now fully operational in Western Australia. ALSWA CEO Dennis Eggington says the CNS will save lives, and is proud that ALSWA will run this vital and

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ALSWA Statement RE Geraldton Tragedy

The Aboriginal Legal Service of WA (ALSWA) is devastated by the loss of life of a young mother at the hands of a police officer in Geraldton. Our thoughts and condolences go out to the family and friends of Ms. Clarke on their terrible loss. ALSWA CEO

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Law Matters Program 145, 21st August 2019

Guests: David Woodroffe, NAAJA Principal Legal Officer and President of Winkiku Rrumbangi NT Indigenous Lawyers Aboriginal  Corporation chats about the National Indigenous Legal Conference that took part in Darwin last week; Nicole Casley, Policy Advisor in ASIC’s Indigenous Outreach Program, talks about scams. Download

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