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Any update on APY Food Security Strategy Annual Report?

Following the launch of the Anangu Pitjantjatjara Yankunytjatjara (APY) Lands Food Security Strategic Plan 2011‐2016 on 3 December 2010, in order to improve food security on the APY Lands, a commitment was made to produce... read on

Mai Wiru and Foodbank SA partnership

On 15 August 2014, the Australian Government announced a further $300,000 for the completion of the Mai Wiru and Foodbank SA business redevelopment project in the APY Lands. Minister for Indigenous Affairs, Nigel Scullion, said... read on

Child protection protocols still under review – with or without terms of reference?

In October 2013, the South Australian Government commenced a review of its APY child protection protocols1 in response to the Mullighan Commission of Inquiry. These protocols have been operational since 20112 and provide a ‘framework’... read on

Andrew Forrest’s Review Report – Creating Parity

Andrew Forrest has recently released his review called, “Creating Parity”. This Forrest Review was commissioned by the Department of the Prime Minister and Cabinet. In his introduction to the report, Mr Forrest states that, “This... read on

The Anangu Lands Paper Tracker E-Newsletter No. 43

In this issue, we give you an update on a range of developments that the Paper Tracker has been following over the past months... read on

Ernst and Young Report on Western Desert Dialysis

Ernst and Young’s report released in February 2014 – Western Desert Nganampa Walytja Palantjaku Tjutaku Aboriginal Corporation: Service Delivery Model – advocates for the ‘hub and spoke’ model for the provision of dialysis services in remote Aboriginal communities... read on

Labor promise to fund Anangu Council of Elders

In the run-up to the 2014 Election, the SA Labor Party has promised, if re-elected, to provide funding for the work of the Tjukurpa Law and Culture Council of Elders... read on

Coordinator General Reports

Between 2009 and 2014, Australia’s Coordinator General for Remote Indigenous Services (Brian Gleeson) prepared nine reports on the development and delivery of government services and facilities in Amata, Mimili and 27 other remote Aboriginal communities... read on

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