The NSW Coroner has begun the hearing into the death of George Campbell, a Yuin-Dunghutti-Tharawal teenager who was in the care of NSW DCJ when he died.
On 35th anniversary of suspicious death of Mark Anthony Haines, family hopes to find answers
On the 35th anniversary of the death of Mark Anthony Haines, his family are anticipating an imminent decision from the NSW Coroner on whether the court will open a new coronial inquest into the suspicious death of the Gomeroi teenager. Family of Mark Anthony Haines seeking “an opportunity for justice” For Lorna Haines, the 35th anniversary since the death of …
NSW coronial reform “grossly inadequate”
Grieving families deserve better – they deserve a coronial system that can deliver justice through truth, accountability and prevention.
Coroner finds death of First Nations man in prison preventable
Mr Yeeda, was a 19 year-old First Nations man who died of rheumatic heart disease (RHD) at the West Kimberley Regional Prison.
Too little, too late
The West Australian has published an extensive piece by Tim Clarke on the horrific abduction and murder of Charlie Mullaley.
Mona and Cindy: 32 years a lonely road to justice for Bourke teens
Senior writer for The Australian Rosemary Neill’s extensive report on the horrific death of two Bourke, NSW teenagers, includes the National Project’s involvement in the case. Thirty two years after a man accused of killing two Aboriginal girls – and molesting the critically injured younger child – walked free from a court in Bourke, NSW, the grieving families’ long-held wish …
Case File: Inquest into the Death of Mr Jackamarra
After being kept in custody despite being granted bail, 36-year-old Aboriginal man Khamsani Victor Jackamarra took his own life at Broome Regional Prison.
WA Police left a Baby at the Scene of a Brutal Domestic Violence Attack
WARNING THIS STORY IS HARROWING AND REFERS TO THE DEATH OF AN INDIGENOUS BABY How a domestic violence call to police led to the arrest of the victim, her father, and the death of Baby Charlie When Police responded to a call out about a domestic violence incident involving Tamica Mullaley – they found her beaten, bloody and naked except …
National Justice Project Calls for Funding for Vital Indigenous Law Program
Media Release National Justice Project Calls for Funding for Vital Indigenous Law Program 11 July 2019 The National Justice Project is standing shoulder to shoulder with the National Peak Body for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Legal Services (NATSILS) as it calls on the federal government to properly fund the Indigenous Legal Assistance Program (ILAP). The Federal Budget handed down …
Inquest begins into Shocking Death of Asylum Seeker
The National Justice Project is representing the family of Omid Masoumali who died in Brisbane in 2016 following an emergency medivac from Nauru after he had set himself on fire.
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