Originally published by New Matilda on December 15, 2015 With the change of government in Canada, hard questions are being asked about hundreds of ‘missing’ Aboriginal women. As Amy McQuire reports, there are striking similarities between the treatment those women received and a number of cases in Australia. In 1990, Aboriginal woman Muriel Craig Walker […]Read more "In Canada And Australia, Aboriginal Women Reporting Disappearances Meet Entrenched Police Racism"
By Amy McQuire, September 11, 2013, Tracker Magazine. NATIONAL: It was a moment seven years in the making. The night the biggest manhunt in the nation’s history – Strike Force Durkin- came to an end with the capture of Malcolm John Naden – a fugitive who had killed two young Aboriginal mothers in Dubbo in […]Read more "Doco charts police manhunt for “psychopathic” killer Naden"
By Amy McQuire, March 18 2013, Tracker Magazine. NEW SOUTH WALES: It was two weeks before Christmas 2005 when a cleaner at Taronga Western Plains Zoo came across a male intruder in the laundry. The open range zoo is one of the star attractions of the central New South Wales town of Dubbo, where visitors […]Read more "Court hearings unwrap secrets of Naden’s mind"
By Amy McQuire, April 24, 2013, Tracker Magazine. NATIONAL: Lateesha Nolan’s four children miss their mother every day. They were young went she went missing from Dubbo in north western NSW in January 2005; the youngest, who was a baby, can’t remember her. But sometimes they leave spare change near a picture of her, which is […]Read more "Children tell of a pain that never goes away"
By Amy McQuire, March 23, 2013, Tracker Magazine. NATIONAL: For the family of Kristy Scholes, this was the first time laying eyes on the man who has now admitted to killing their loved one. Malcolm John Naden appeared in Sydney’s Supreme Court on March 22 – exactly one year after his dramatic capture – and pled […]Read more "Questions abound following Naden guilty plea"
BY AMY MCQUIRE, FEBRUARY 13, 2012 Originally published in Tracker Magazine. MAN ON THE RUN: The search for Malcolm Naden continues NEW SOUTH WALES: The Scholes and Morris families have lived in fear since the day the body of Kristy – a mother, daughter, niece, sister and cousin – was found in the bedroom of Malcolm John Naden. […]Read more "MAN ON THE RUN: The search for Malcolm Naden continues"
BY AMY MCQUIRE, AUGUST 18, 2011 Originally published in Tracker Magazine. NEW SOUTH WALES: : Malcolm John Naden has been one of Australia’s most wanted men for six years. He holds the clues to what happened to two Aboriginal mothers in Dubbo in 2005. But despite a $100,000 bounty, police still can’t catch him. And the families of […]Read more "Where on earth is Malcolm Naden?"