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Queensland’s Treaty Law has had an astonishing dream run

But can it last?

13 May 2023

9:00 AM

13 May 2023

9:00 AM

With articles on the Voice referendum bombarding our media daily for months, you’d be forgiven for thinking that the only part of the Uluru Statement from the Heart that is progressing is the Voice.

That might be the case federally, but all state jurisdictions except New South Wales are pushing ahead with treaty and truth-telling.

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Barbara Miller is a best-selling author who brings Australian Indigenous history to life. Her memoir, ‘White Woman Black Heart’ was a finalist in the Qld Literary Awards for A Work of State Significance in 2018. www.barbara-miller-books.com.

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