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National Sorry Day

Cassy O’Connor MP | Greens Leader

National Sorry Day is an opportunity to reflect on the wrongs that have yet to be righted for the palawa/pakana people of Tasmania.

Today we say sorry for more than two centuries of injustice.

Return of Kings Run Shows Community Leadership

Cassy O’Connor MP | Greens' Leader

The return of the late, great Geoff King's takayna property to Aboriginal ownership is both an historic moment and an important step towards ensuring Geoff's legacy of care for that extraordinary, wild coastline lives on.

Geoff King gave his life to protecting the culturally rich landscape his family long owned from damage and vandals, often putting himself at personal risk to do so.

Reckless, Desperate Liberals No Respect for Aboriginal Heritage

Cassy O’Connor MP | Greens' Leader and Aboriginal Affairs spokesperson 

It is now patently clear the Premier is more concerned about the Liberals' prospects in Braddon than he is about 'resetting the relationship' with the Aboriginal community.

As a result of Will Hodgman's desperation and weakness, one of the world's richest cultural landscapes is under renewed threat from off-road vehicles.

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