From the National Indigenous Times:

2008 was a year of highs and lows for Aboriginal Australia. The high was, undoubtedly, the national apology in February. But the lows were… well, take your pick. The federal government’s failure to endorse the UN Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples, its handling of the NT intervention, the NT government’s axing of the bilingual education program. And the list goes on. In no particular order, AMY McQUIRE and CHRIS GRAHAM take a look at 101 of the ‘less impressive’ moments of 2008.

75. A court found that a north Queensland art dealer running Doongall Aboriginal Art and Artefacts had misled and deceived buyers by claiming the work of three non-Indigenous artists were authentic Indigenous art.