milaythina nayri, January 2024
Milaythina Nayri / Healthy CountryThis newsletter highlights the efforts and some of the achievements of our Pakana Rangers, who are restoring the health of Country.
In this issue: Land Management Yula Monitoring Tayaritja Milaythina Muka IPA
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Our oceans to the north, east and south of Lutruwita are already at above average water temperatures and are in a global warming hotspot. The marine heatwave forecast is severe and expected to persist throughout spring and summer. Check out the video below to see what the TAC is doing to tackle this issue and for some tips on how you can help.
Nepotism and farce alive and well in Rockliff’s cable car crusade
Despite a comprehensive, independent rejection of the kunanyi cable car proponent’s self-declared ‘best effort’, a new Mount Wellington Cableway Company chair has been appointed to pursue the project once Premier Rockliff decides how to sideline proper process and fast-track an approval for the detested, non-compliant development.
The new chair of the company
has been, until very recently, ‘Principal Advisor’ in Premier Rockliff’s
office, presumably involved in delivering the Premier’s requested advice on
‘developing a pathway ...
ABORIGINAL CENTRE FEARS POLITICAL INTERFERENCE IN PROSECUTION OF RODNEY FLOWERS...
The Tasmanian Aboriginal Centre has accused the Tasmanian government of ‘leaning on normal legal processes’ to prevent prosecution of political activist Rodney Flowers.
Spokesperson and former Legal Director Michael Mansell, said, “This smells fishy. This stinks of political interference.
The Hodgman government campaigned in Braddon for a free reign for 4 wheel drivers regardless of any damage caused to Aboriginal heritage. It is alleged that Rodney Flowers deliberately drove on the closed Arthur-Pieman ...
Seeking Aboriginal community involvement in a community fire project in the Midlands of Tasmania
Exclusive decisions - Letter to the Editor - Mercury Newspaper 21 February 2018
WHILE we learn about the secretive Government operations occurring on kunanyi under Hodgman’s regime, news surrounding the development and construction recently completed in the Rocky Cape caves sites surfaces. Rocky Cape caves are significant Aboriginal heritage places under PWS management. Again, no consultation with the Aboriginal community occurs, no community support is sought, and the undercover operations continue. The claims from the bureaucracy that government has mandate to make ...