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Mt Theo Docs
Federal Senate Reports
Written articles about Mt Theo
Spirit Healers: Communities in Central Australia are tackling the tragedy of petrol sniffing in news and imaginative ways, and the results are positive by Michael Bradley
The Sydney Morning Herald 8 Jan 2005
Radio stories about Mt Theo
Petrol sniffing inquiry travels to Central Australia
ABC radio, AM program
Indigenous delegation calls for sniffable petrol ban
ABC radio, The World Today
Community program reduces petrol sniffing
ABC radio, PM program
TV stories about Mt Theo
ABC 7:30 Report
28 Feb 2006
SBS LIving Black
18 April 2005
ABC 7:30 Report
22 Jan 2002
Australian Drug and Alcohol Council. 2000, Petrol Sniffing and Other Solvents. A Resource Kit for Aboriginal Communities, Australian Drug and Alcohol Council and Department of Human Services, South Australia.
Brady, M. 1992, Social Meaning of Petrol Sniffing, Aboriginal Studies Press,Canberra.
Commonwealth Department of Health and Ageing. 2004a, An Evaluation of the Comgas Scheme.
D’Abbs, P. & Brady, M. 2003, ‘Other Drugs, Other People, Other Places; The Policy Response to Indigenous Petrol Sniffing in Australia’
D’Abbs, P. & Maclean, S. 2000, Petrol Sniffing In Aboriginal Communities: A Review of Interventions
Fietz, P., ‘Socialisation and the Shaping of Youth Identity at Docker River’, Paper presented at ‘Imagining Childhood: Children, Culture and Community’, Charles Darwin University Symposium, Alice Springs, September 2005.
Legislative Assembly of the Northern Territory. 2004b, ‘Petrol Sniffing in Remote Northern Territory Communities: Final Report’, Northern Territory Select Committee on Substance Abuse in the Community
Meg Lees’ Federal Parliamentary Speech on petrol sniffing
Parliament of the Commonwealth of Australia. 1985, Senate Select Committee on Volatile Substance Fumes, Australian Government Publishing Service. Canberra.
Siegel, N. 2003, ‘The Interactions Between Petrol Sniffers and Bush Court in Indigenous Communities’, Australian Institute of Criminology Inhalant Use and Disorder Conference
South Australian Coroner. 2002, Findings of Coronial Inquest