Letter to the Editor – Mercury Newspaper – 21 February 2018

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 ... Read more

March for takayna – Sunday 25 February 2018 – 12 Noon – Franklin Square, Hobart

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takayna niparana – Faces of the Tarkine – Launceston – Friday 23 February 2018   Read more

Groups join in anger over cable car works

Groups join in anger over cable car works Read more

Aboriginal Issues in the Tasmanian Election 2018

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No Woodchip Port for Dover tomorrow 1.00pm-3.00pm – Parliament House Lawns

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March for takayna – Tarkine Sunday, 25 February 12 Noon

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takayna onCountry Aboriginal Art Exhibition

The Wilderness Society held an Aboriginal Art Exhibition in Launceston on February 1, 2018  to raise funds for the protection of takayna.   This welcome spoken in palawa kani  was given at the event. Read more

Tasmanian election campaign ad revives lost Indigenous language Read more

Reconsider Naming – Letter to the Editor by Michael Mansell about Dual Naming, Mercury 5 March 2018

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