Luke Foley suggests replacing Queen’s birthday in June with a day in which ‘we recognise and celebrate 40,000 years of Indigenous history’

The New South Wales opposition leader, Luke Foley, wants to create a new day honouring Indigenous Australians on the Queen’s birthday public holiday.

But Foley resisted emulating the position of two Melbourne councils in moving Australia Day celebrations from 26 January, saying he was “not in the business of rewriting history”.

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