60 Minutes: Island Mutiny

 

Residents of tiny Australian island fight for independence revolution | 60 Minutes Australia

157,078 views  Dec 14, 2019

It’s only a tiny scrap of land in the South Pacific, but Norfolk Island has a long history that dates back to the mutiny on the Bounty. Half of the island’s 1800 residents actually trace their ancestry back to Fletcher Christian and his band of mutineers. Understandably, Norfolk Islanders are proud and protective of their piece of paradise, but they now fear they could lose it. 

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