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Oh, and this would also be one of the most cooked - I go through phases where I will have it every day for a month or so. I’m about to make it for the week’s breakfast when I finally stop faffing about online. I use sliced Granny Smith apples instead of bananas, though.
@amyja89 It does, but mostly on the public broadcast channels (government funded). It’s not compulsory to do it elsewhere. I think (can’t swear to it) that Wentworth has some government funding, so that may be why they do it, or they could just be being respectful.
We currently have a conservative government, and the PM before the one we have now was hardcore ultra right wing. I work for a government department and we use this warning on all of our training products, and at the beginning of formal meetings we do a spiel about recognising the traditional owners of the land we are on. The last PM made us stop doing all of that - it’s only come back in since he was ousted.
Basically, it’s a cultural practice among Indigenous people to avoid causing more grief to the person’s loved ones.