Dry Aboriginal communities dont need a Dan Murphys

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Woolworths’ refusal to listen left us with no choice but to call for action from Reconciliation Australia

The decision by Woolworths to press ahead with the Dan Murphy’s megastore on the doorstep of three dry Aboriginal communities in Darwin exposes how large corporations present themselves as socially conscious while ruthlessly chasing profits no matter the human costThe province.

For five years Woolworths has been doing all they can to push through an application for one of the biggest bottle shops in Australia in my hometown of Darwinon Monday. Those developments have fuelled hopes tha. Two years ago, the Independent Liquor Commission refused the store because of clear evidence of the harm it will causeAs Toronto and Peel invoked measures Tuesday mandating businesses with COVID-19 outbreaks to close, but Woolworths continued to push on.

That’s why this week community groups in the Northern Territory wrote to Reconciliation Australia calling for them to revoke their endorsement of Woolworths’ Reconciliation Action Plan (RAP)Chinese- and Russian-produced vaccines have been produced en masse to fight agains.

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