Vandals deface 8,000 year old rockshelter art

  Media Releases: May 26th: Urgent Call for changes to the Relics Act   May 25th: THE DESTRUCTION OF TASMANIAN ABORIGINAL HERITAGE CONTINUES       The Mercury, May 26 2016: Ancient Aboriginal cave art defiled The vandalism of two hand stencils by the River Derwent has prompted Aboriginal leaders to call for tougher penalties for the destruction of indigenous heritage.   ABC news, May 26th 2016: Vandals deface 8,000-year-old Indigenous art in Tasmania "The Government knows the 1975 legislation is outdated and inadequate and Minister Groom is liaising closely with the Aboriginal Heritage Council on the ... Read more

Aborigine’s hopeful State budget will fix funding losses

Tasmanian Budget 2016 Read more

Child Protection Concerns Read more

Launceston Newsletter March – April 2016

March and April Newsletter Read more

waypa tapilti – Aboriginal Men’s Cultural Trip

Mens cultural trip Flyer May 2016 Read more

Attention! Tasmanian Aboriginal Artists – Fund-Raising Art Exhibition & Sale:

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palawa kani sentences – I am sick

  Hear audio recording below. mina munathiya - I am sick. mina takwatja - I have a runny nose. mina lati mapali  - I'm coughing lots. prupari rri-nanya mukwi-ta  - Put your hand on your mouth. mina kukantara - I am tired. rana-mana miriti - My body hurts. tiyakuni - It's hard to breathe. mina luwara & ranana - I am hot and cold. paytamiriti payintrika - Bad headache. mina putiya makara lunalari - I can't stop sneezing. mina wingani tanitay - I feel dizzy. mina wingani like tiya - I feel like ... Read more

Push for a treaty and why some don’t want recognition in the Constitution Read more

Use of palawa kani Aboriginal Language

Use of palawa kani Aboriginal Language policy. This policy outlines the community agreed protocols for use of the revived palawa kani language. Policies determining Aboriginal language use are based on the principle of Aboriginal control and are set by the Aboriginal community through the Tasmanian Aboriginal Centre.   Click here to open: Use of palawa kani Aboriginal Language policy. Read more

Tasmanian Health Service Recognising and Supporting Cultural Diversity

~e-Brief - April 2016 Read more
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