- Murrandoo Yanner -

Here is a selection of my publications. Click on the title to view the whole text, or chose a category on the left.

  • Aboriginal elder held on assault charges
    CLASH over tribal boundaries that allegedly ended with Murrandoo Yanner ramming a commonwealth four-wheel drive has landed the Aboriginal firebrand in the Mount Isa watchhouse. Mr Yanner has been charged with dangerous operation of a motor vehicle,... read more
  • Difficulties of delivering justice
    (The actual publication date of this article written by me was in 1999. It is put at the head of this section to demonstrate how nothing has changed....Tony Koch.) IN A judgment awarding compensation to a multiple rape victim on September 1,... read more
  • Freeze on wild rivers protection bill
    FREEZE on plans to rule Cape York's ``wild rivers'' out of bounds for all forms of development has been welcomed by Aboriginal leader Noel Pearson. Two weeks ago, Mr Pearson's Cape York Land Council joined pastoralists on the Cape in opposing the... read more
  • Storm at Yanner flight with minister
    ABORIGINAL activist Murrandoo Yanner, accused of inciting violence against police after last month's Palm Island riots, will fly at taxpayers' expense to the troubled community today with Queensland Indigenous Policy Minister Liddy Clark. However, Ms... read more
  • Kill police as payback, says radical
    BLACK radical Murrandoo Yanner could face criminal charges after yesterday advocating that police be killed as payback for the death in custody of an Aboriginal man on Queensland's Palm Island. Blaming police for the November 19 death of Cameron... read more
  • Second autopsy for Palm Islander
    THE family of Cameron Doomadgee, who died in a police cell on Queensland's troubled Palm Island, have delayed his funeral to allow a second, independent autopsy. The family wants to challenge the finding of a Queensland government pathologist that... read more
  • Fighting against the raw prawn
    The once angry young man Murrandoo Yanner, out of jail and back with his people, is the ultimate grassroots politician, writes Tony Koch THE sun is setting across the choppy waters of the Gulf of Carpentaria when Murrandoo Yanner lets out a loud cheer... read more
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