City of Sydney council says it may consult its Indigenous board after outcry over statue’s ‘fictional’ inscription

The City of Sydney council is considering whether to refer a statue inscription claiming Captain James Cook discovered Australia to its Indigenous board.

The Cook statue in Hyde Park has been criticised for ignoring tens of thousands of years of Indigenous history in Australia. Its inscription reads: “Discovered this territory 1770.”

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