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Cheap drugs – our duty to the poor

As Australians we expect our Government to provide us with medicines that improve health and save lives. Good health is, after all, arguably what we all cherish most in life. No surprise then that people in less developed countries also want to have universal access to medicines, especially to treat HIV and AIDS. Yet as a major international conference on AIDS opens this week in Sydney, the news from the developing world is bleak.

Indigenous people must be able to set own course

Undeniably there is a national crisis in Indigenous welfare. It’s taken years and numerous reports and calls for action from Aboriginal leaders for governments to act. Now there is the political will to invest in the sorts of basic services other Australians take for granted; primary health care, education, housing and health.

It’s time to close the gap

There is a national crisis in Indigenous welfare. It’s taken years and numerous reports and calls for action from Aboriginal leaders for governments to act. Now there is the political will to invest in the sorts of basic services other Australians take for granted; primary health care, education, housing and health.

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