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Deeply sorry : Western Australia police chief apologises to Indigenous people

Deeply sorry : Western Australia police chief apologises to Indigenous people

Chris Dawson says sorry for ‘past wrongful actions’ that have created a sense of mistrust

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Western Australia police apologises for role in Indigenous suffering – video

Western Australia police apologises for role in Indigenous suffering – video

Western Australia’s police chief makes historic apology to the state’s Aboriginal people and Torres Strait Islanders, saying the force has played a significant role in contributing to a traumatic history

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BREAKING: ‘MASS SHOOTING’ in Australia with seven people killed - Police rush to scene

BREAKING: ‘MASS SHOOTING’ in Australia with seven people killed - Police rush to scene

A MASS SHOOTING has taken place in Australia, leaving seven people dead, including four children, as police rush to the scene in Perth.

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BREAKING: ‘MASS SHOOTING’ in Australia with seven people killed - Police rush to scene

BREAKING: ‘MASS SHOOTING’ in Australia with seven people killed - Police rush to scene

A MASS SHOOTING has taken place in Australia, leaving seven people dead, including four children, as police rush to the scene in Perth.

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`Prejudice in public accommodation is deeply rooted in America , Starbucks chief executive Kevin Johnson to tell employees.

`Prejudice in public accommodation is deeply rooted in America , Starbucks chief executive Kevin Johnson to tell employees.

The coffee chain will close 8,000 US shops for retraining on Sunday in response to a racially charged incident in Philadelphia

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Police to stop people entering Patmore Estate this weekend due to  unlicensed event

Police to stop people entering Patmore Estate this weekend due to unlicensed event

There will be an increased police presence in Patmore Estate this weekend after police caught wind of an "unlicensed event" planned.

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