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Miss Dhu’s death was confirmed at the Hedland Health Campus on August 4, 2014. A decade earlier, Mulrunji Doomadgee finished up dead on the concrete floor of the Palm Island police watch house, November 19, 2004. The paperwork in these cases…

c5c420e01045cdbee8f022a0a52e1020-300x225Police officers have admitted their culpability in the tragic death of Ms Dhu. Medical staff cost Ms Dhu her life. The putrid stench of racism was everywhere in the last days of Ms Dhu. Her family have been tormented since. The…

In terms of racism, nothing should surprise me in Western Australia, Australia’s backwater, but every once and a while I am surprised. The Western Australian Government has betrayed the tragic memory of the 22-year-old Yamatji…

The coronial inquest into the death of Ms Dhu has…

I have attended nearly three of the four days thus far of the coronial inquest into the police watch house death of 22-year-old Ms Dhu. I walked away today somewhat disenchanted at the prospect of substantive systemic changes. Yes, hopefully the…

Ms Dhu was dragged and carted to the pod of a police vehicle. Ms Dhu was dumped into the pod like some would say “a dead kangaroo” and shut inside, alone. No police officer demonstrated…

I remember when I first looked into the eyes of a mother who had lost her 22-year-old daughter, her last hours of life spent on the floor of a police cell, what came from me…

The family of the 22-year-old Yamatji woman, Ms Dhu, who needlessly died in a Western Australian regional police watch-house in August last year, is still waiting…

The Federal Minister for Indigenous Affairs, Nigel Scullion for several months has been…

Carol Roe, at the grave of her granddaughter Miss Dhu in Geraldton, says her grieving family members 'don't want any more kids to die like this'. Image - www.theaustralian.com.au Carol Roe, at the grave of her granddaughter Miss Dhu…