waranta tangara takariliya ngini, krakapaka pilri-ta.
We mourn our ancestral dead, murdered at Cape Grim on this day, 10 February 1828.
From the earliest years of the invasion and settlement of north-western Tasmania, dreadful atrocities were committed against Aboriginal people. These led to the massacre at Cape Grim on 10 February 1828.
6 Aboriginal women recounted some of these brutalities to George Augustus Robinson when he visited the camp they lived in with sealers on the NW coast directly opposite Robbins Island: “The aboriginal ...
We would be dancing on the graves of our ancestors by celebrating Invasion Day.
GPs benefit from a better understanding of Aboriginal Culture, through partnership between TAC and General Practice Training Tasmania (GPTT).
Mercury 10 Jan 2017.
pakana kani poster
Laurie Lowery Generation Cup 2016
takayna tracks court case
Mercury, 13th October:
Tasmanian Aboriginal Centre chief Heather Sculthorpe described the decision as
“a bloody good victory.”
She said the State Government would need to conduct careful studies of the area’s heritage and environmental values before seeking Federal Government approval.
TAC Press Release, 12 October 2016:
Land Returns and Heritage Protection not hollow words Aboriginal Community says.
EDO Press Release, 12 October 2016:
Government commits to referring 4WD tracks proposal following Full Court decision
"The Full Court has confirmed the TAC’s central argument"
- that the works ...