liyini milaythina rrala (Singing Country Strong).
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This track includes palawa kani, the Aboriginal language of Tasmania.
Theresa Sainty and Jodi Haines songwriters.
Jodi Haines lead vocals, Jude Reid, Ruth Langford, Donna and Warren Mason backing vocals.
Phil McKercher, Producer - Filmak Studios.
Song recorded and montage from film, part of Bob Brown Foundation - Tarkine (takayna) in Motion campaign 2015
Aboriginal and Dual Names of places in lutruwita (Tasmania)
There are 14 official Aboriginal or dual names in lutruwita (Tasmania). These names are in palawa kani, the revived language of Tasmanian Aborigines.
13 of these names were assigned under the Aboriginal and Dual Naming Policy, which was adopted by the State government in 2012 after many years of lobbying by Aborigines.
The names were proposed in separate submissions, with each list reviewed and put out for public comment by the Nomenclature Board (now renamed Placenames Tasmania). ...
Tasmanian Aboriginal place names
Tasmanian Aborigines did not grow up speaking our language as a first language - there is no shame in that. As a consequence of the devastating impacts of invasion and colonisation on every aspect of our lives, we have had to deliberately and arduously restore our language to its spoken life. After two decades, Aboriginal people of all ages can now speak palawa kani, the language of Tasmanian Aborigines, and children learn it from an early age.
The Tasmanian ...
Four Wheel-Drive Tracks remain closed
See: APPEAL DETAILS
March 1st 2016.
Federal Court decision prevents 4WD access to three tracks south of Sandy Cape, in the Arthur Pieman Conservation Area, and in the coastal strip declared as National Heritage, under the name 'Western Tasmania Aboriginal Cultural Landscape (WTACL).
Full Judgement Here (Word doc in top left of webpage):
Tasmanian Aboriginal Centre Incorporated v Secretary, Department of Primary Industries, Parks, Water and Environment (No 2)  FCA 168
and Environmental Defenders Office (EDO) Summary:
Protecting indigenous heritage ...