A group calling itself Australians Say Yes to the Uluru Statement is calling on our political leaders to include a referendum at the next election for a constitutional change for a First Nations Voice.
Byron Shire Council has shown its support for genuine constitutional recognition of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people with unanimous support for the Uluru Statement from the Heart.
It may be sheer fantasy, wishful thinking. But in the last week the torpor of politics appeared to lift a little; there were signs that progress might not be stalled forever in the coalition party room in Canberra.
Jill Keogh, Ocean Shores. Since that heartfelt Sunday at Bruns Park when we saw that actual historic painting, things have moved on. Malcolm Turnbull’s initial refusal to engage with it has softened! Both the Coalition and Labor have agreed to work towards a successful referendum on... Read More →
On Sunday, March 25, about 40 people met in Brunswick Heads Park to hear Thomas Mayor tell the story of the Uluru Statement from the Heart. It was the result of the historic First Nations Convention held at Uluru in 2017.