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Handing down her findings at the local court house in Bourke, State Coroner Teresa O’Sullivan found that the concerns raised by the family with respect to investigative failures and systemic racism were entirely justified and correct. On 6 December 1987,

The coronial inquest into the death of Gomeroi teenager Mark Anthony Haines began this morning at Tamworth Courthouse. The inquest will run for two weeks before Deputy State Coroner Harriet Grahame and will hear from a number of witnesses, experts

Handing down her findings in the inquest into the death of Todd McKenzie today, Deputy State Coroner Harriet Grahame was highly critical of the practices of NSW Police on the day. On 31 July 2019, Todd McKenzie was suffering from

The National Justice Project is gearing up for a major inquest into the death of Ricky “Dougie” Hampson, a proud Kamilaroi/Dunghutti father of eight children, who died in agony after being discharged from Dubbo Hospital. During the 18 hours that

“I am still heartbroken about the death of my son [in WA Prisons]. I don’t want any mother to have to go through what I have had to bear" - mother of Jomen Blanket.
The family of George Campbell say that more could have been done to provide cultural connection for their son in state care.
A coroner has accepted expert opinion that the life of Stanley Inman Jnr could have been saved if there had been culturally safe care at Acacia Prison.
In the final day of a coronial inquest into a police shooting of Todd McKenzie, his family have made a plea for change.
A spate of suicides in WA's Acacia Prison will be highlighted this week, as the WA Coroner examines the death of Stanley Inman Jnr.
We are working with the family of Todd McKenzie to secure answers and accountability from NSW Police through a coronial inquest.
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