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Ya pulingina – good to see you all here today; our community people and our white supporters. Welcome all.
Let’s celebrate NAIDOC Week. This is a special week where Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander culture is celebrated and where we showcase our achievements and our community achievers.
NAIDOC Week is usually pretty full on, with lots of cultural activities, lots of eating and lots of doing such as cooking, cleaning, driving, dancing and singing.
NAIDOC Week can also sometimes be a time of quiet ...
Click on the link below, to listen to interview with Dave Warrener on the repatriation from the Field Museum in Chicago.
Save The Date - 29th May 2014 in Launceston. Statewide community Aboriginal land and heritage meeting to follow up matters from last year's Bicheno meeting. Details later.
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Flu Vaccines have arrived. Come in and get your vaccination before winter hits
Want to be a part of plant and animal surveys at Gowan Brae? Click here for further details.
Risdon Cove, January 30th February 13th February 27th March 13th
Alternate Thursdays, 12am—2 pm
: Baby Massage and development
: Car restraints for infants, RACT
: Pram walk, Risdon Brook Dam
: Mother pamper session
For more information contact Louise, Kay or Marita Aboriginal Health Service, 6234 0777 or 1800 132 260
preminghana 24th January - 26th January 2014
Camp the whole weekend or make your own way for a day trip on the beautiful West Coast of Tasmania.
The weekend will be filled with cultural activities and fun for the whole family to enjoy, with trips to local areas including Woolnorth and Cape Grim.
Claim victory in the Sand Castle Competition or just enjoy the yarns around the campfire.
Children must be accompanied by an adult to attend the camp. Campers bring your own tent and ...
26 January – Invasion Day
Don’t celebrate – Change the Date
Sunday 26 January 2014
Parliament Lawns – Hobart
Australia is the only nation in the world that marks the day of invasion as a national day of celebration.
Many Australians recognise that 26 January is not an appropriate date for celebrations and support the call for a new date which is respectful of Aboriginal people’s culture and heritage.
A rally and commemoration will be held to honour the lives and land that were stolen during ...