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Rau bungle puts govt under pressure

August 19, 2018
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PM John Howard has questioned the adequacy of immigration andmental health policies after a mentally ill woman was locked up inimmigration detention. (Sydney Morning Herald — 7 February, 2005)
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The Federal Opposition says an investigation into why a mentally ill woman was held in custody at the Baxter detention centre in South Australia must be held in public Prime Minister John Howard wi (ABC News — 7 February, 2005)
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The Prime Minister has refused to offer an apology to Cornelia Raubut has promised an inquiry into her harrowing case: how was thismentally ill Australian woman mistakenly held as an illegalimmigrant in the Baxter detention centre? (Sydney Morning Herald — 6 February, 2005)
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The federal government will hold an inquiry into the immigrationdetention of a mentally ill Australian woman for 10 months, PrimeMinister John Howard says. (Sydney Morning Herald — 6 February, 2005)
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Immigration Minister Amanda Vanstone will announce details of an inquiry into the Cornelia Rau matter at 1pm (AEDT) today. (The Australian — 8 February, 2005)
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Opposition Leader Kim Beazley has called for an independent inquiryinto the immigration detention of a mentally ill Australian womanfor 10 months. (Sydney Morning Herald — 6 February, 2005)
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The government has refused demands for a public inquiry into howmentally ill Australian woman Cornelia Rau was locked up as anillegal immigrant. (Sydney Morning Herald — 8 February, 2005)
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Federal Opposition Leader Kim Beazley says the Government must apologise to the mentally ill woman who was wrongly detained in an immigration detention centre in South Australia Sydney woman Corne (ABC News — 8 February, 2005)
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The Queensland Government has rejected calls for a state inquiry into the Cornelia Rau case It was Queensland police who initially arrested the woman from Sydney and a Brisbane hospital that assess (ABC News — 9 February, 2005)
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Civil libertarians are calling for the Federal Government to be more transparent about what happens inside Australias detention centres after a mentally ill Australian woman was mistakenly sent to (ABC News — 7 February, 2005)
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The Victorian Government has welcomed an inquiry into how a mentally ill Australian resident ended up in a detention centre for illegal immigrants. (The Australian — 8 February, 2005)
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