[Jane Bardon, ABC]
CDP stoush in Ngukurr as Yugul Mangi accuses Roper council of price gouging
An investigation by Background Briefing has uncovered dramatic scenes in the Kimberley region, where Aboriginal followers of a Tongan-born preacher have set fire to artefacts considered sacred by many local elders, and dismantled and burned a spiritual law ground.
[Erin Parke, ABC]
The christian converts who are setting fire to sacred Aboriginal objects
The Yugul Mangi Aboriginal Corporation, which won the contract to deliver the CDP in Ngukurr in July, has accused the Roper Gulf Regional Council — which recently lost the CDP contract — of grossly overcharging for a shed it uses to run the program.