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Tracker was founded in 2011 by the New South Wales Aboriginal Land Council to hold government and mainstream media to account and to advance Aboriginal rights. It aims to do this through evidence-based advocacy, journalism and independent news and analysis. -- from the introduction
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Tracker Mag Shut Following Abbott Spray2014single work single work criticism — Appears in:
New Matilda2004-;'The New South Wales Aboriginal Land Council will close its trailblazing magazine Tracker by June, citing problems with "cost and effectiveness". But the magazine's closure comes after a front-page attack on Tony Abbott, published soon after the 2013 federal election, drew the ire of NSW Indigenous Affairs Minister Victor Dominello.'