- Stephen Hagan -
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Hagan rises to the Times
By: TONY KOCH MANY newspaper editors have come from humble beginnings, but it is unlikely any could be more basic than that of Aboriginal academic Stephen Hagan, the new head of the National Indigenous Times. Hagan was born 50 years ago, the... read more
Humble beginnings, Hagan rises to the Times
By Tony Koch. MANY newspaper editors have come from humble beginnings, but it is unlikely any could be more basic than that of Aboriginal academic Stephen Hagan, the new head of the National Indigenous Times. Hagan was born 50 years ago, the second... read more
Killer made hit list of students - KKK link.
By: Michael McKenna, Tony Koch Click here to search for full page image in PDF format Click here for image(Library Terminal Only) A TEENAGER who murdered his brother in 2007 and disposed of the body with the help of a teacher who was... read more
Schooled by class Klansman
By: JAMIE WALKER, TONY KOCH, ADDITIONAL REPORTING: SARAH ELKS Questions remain about a teacher's influence on a young murderer ANTHONY Rowlingson was 16 years and 10 months old when he got into his father's gun safe. It was a chilly... read more
Shared histories surface at last
By: TONY KOCH Two families have uncovered an extraordinary link WHEN 85-year-old Monica Barton read the reminiscences of Aboriginal academic Stephen Hagan in The Australian about his Irish great-grandfather, her jaw dropped. The Joseph... read more
Academic condemns Aboriginal bureaucrats
TACKLING indigenous disadvantage was being hindered because tens of thousands of people employed in the ``Aboriginal industry'' were simply collecting their salary and serving out time instead of tackling the hard issues, according to a leading... read more
Native title no good for us: top elder
laws have only divided indigenous families and sparked bitter rivalries while delivering nothing in return, Australian Aboriginal elder of the year Jim Hagan said yesterday. Mr Hagan, who in 1980 became the first Aborigine to address the UN, threw his... read more