Lindy Chamberlain-Creighton wants a sincere apology from the NT Government after a fourth coronial inquiry found her daughter Azaria was taken and killed by a dingo at Uluru in 1980.
The Coroner’s report included an emotional apology to Mrs Chamberlain-Creighton, her ex-husband and their families, asking that they “please accept my sincere sympathy” and that she was “sorry for your loss”.
Mrs Chamberlain-Creighton has said that she has no plans to sue the NT Government and wasn’t interested in a forced apology.
“Unless it’s voluntary from them, I’m not interested,” she said.
What do you think? Should the NT Government
apologise to the Chamberlain family?