The Port Arthur Massacre changed Tasmania, and the nation, forever.
- Today marks 25 years since the Port Arthur massacre, and the sweeping gun reforms that came with it
- Gun control advocates are concerned reform has been “chipped away” at over recent years
- The federal government says it is open to working with states to deliver a national firearms registry
Thirty-five people were killed on April 28 1996, among them mothers, sisters, fathers, brothers and children.
But from the harrowing…