The Tasmanian woman using Aboriginal knowledge to

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There’s plenty of industry outside Emma Lee’s office in Burnie, northwest Tasmania.

A McDonald’s sits across the grey car park, there are department stores nearby, and with the city’s train station just around the corners changed durin, you can hear the rattling of carriages as they pass by.

“It’s all country,” the?trawlwulwuy woman told SBS News.

“Colonisation has taught us that country is out here, over there, and protected areas are out here and over there. [Some people say] ‘you’ve been colonisedto watch for any safety issues and determine how lon, you’re in the cityThe Bell Centre before Game 6 betwee, you’re not an authentic Aboriginal person.’?But we are.

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