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We had:

Professor Thalia Anthony, Faculty of Law UTS: University of Technology Sydney, talking about how pedestrian deaths are declining in other states but still rising in the NT, where every victim last year was Aboriginal. Advocates blame a lack of driver awareness and high rates of homelessness, as well as racism.

Acting Inspector Glen De Lai and PLO Stephen Grant from Edmonton Police having a catch up yarn with Trendy Trev for their first Which Way Yarning segment for the year.

Jamie Crosby, CEO of Families Australia, talking about the national framework for Protecting Australia’s children. The National Coalition on Child Safety and Wellbeing welcomes the release of Action Plans to put into effect Safe and Supported: The National Framework for Protecting Australia’s Children 2021-2031.

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