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Premier says sorry

Posted by: 4BC.COM.AU | 27 November, 2012 - 1:05 PM
Premier Cambell Newman spoke about the sale of Cannon Hill caravan park

4BC Drive: The Premier has apologised to the victims of forced adoptions.

Campbell Newman told parliament and a packed public gallery he is sorry for the lifelong pain and suffering caused by the forced removal of babies from their mothers.

He says while the past can't be changed he hopes the formal apology helps in the healing process

Gary Hardgrave talks with reporter Nick Wiggens and Boyce- Senator for Queensland.

Greg Cary speaks with Angela Barra and her natural mother, Pamela O'Brien, who will be among hundreds of affected people watching as Premier Campbell Newman and the Queensland Parliament formally apologise for traumatic forced adoption practices in past decades.

Blog comments Your Say

  • Remember Gillards first speech after the last election ,Bob.
    "We are going to draw back the curtains and make our Government transparant"
    FAILED ON THAT ONE BOB.
    You see Bob, for every error that the LNP make, Julia and hwer mob make another 12 of their own.

    Rich Wednesday 28 November, 2012 - 9:58 AM
  • He really needs to say sorry to Queensland too. Elected with great expectations of a new accountable and open government with high aims to bring Qld out of the supposed darkness this dysfunctional mob have proven to be incapable of anything.
    A strutting dictator leading a band of incompetents.

    Bob Lord Wednesday 28 November, 2012 - 5:58 AM

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