For the second time this month, Aborigines are bring back ancestral remains home to Tasmania.
Please click here to view full press statement.
Tasmanian NAIDOC Awards 2014
Aborigine of the Year: Ronnie Summers
Aboriginal Elder Ronnie Summers has a long and proud record in Aboriginal music, art and culture. He has worked as an Aboriginal Heritage Officer and is a renowned sharer of stories of land and heritage. He continues to promote Tasmanian Aboriginal music and art and is a role model to many. He appears on the Island Coes CD of Cape Barren music, is the subject of the book, Ronnie: Tasmanian Songman and sings ...
During our Bush Blitz weekend at Gowan Brae earlier this year, Robert Beeton discovered a new spider. Click on the below links to read the full story.
click here to view Community Info session Flyer 24-25 th (2)
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 ...
MEDIA RELEASE - June 30, 2014
Following their return from the World Heritage Committee meeting in Doha and the unanimous decision to retain the current boundaries of the Tasmanian Wilderness World Heritage Area, the Tasmanian Aboriginal Centre and the Wilderness Society have jointly called for more detail on the Federal Government’s commitment to honour the decision of the committee and carry out the requested cultural heritage study.
Whilst the Government has publicly confirmed it will abide by the decision of the World Heritage ...
Recent article by the Beloit Daily News, Chicago Illinois
Wednesday, June 25, 2014
Museum to Return Aboriginal Remains
The Field Museum in Chicago is returning the remains of three Aborigines taken from Tasmania at a time when European colonists, doctors and natural history researchers were looting burial grounds and massacre sites.
Aboriginal rights campaigners will attend a signing ceremony Wednesday at the Chicago museum. The documents will transfer the partial skulls to the Tasmanian Aboriginal Center, which has for years been seeking the return ...
Click on the link below, to listen to interview with Dave Warrener on the repatriation from the Field Museum in Chicago.