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Many Anangu are working hard to strengthen their communities and to build a better future for themselves and future generations. The Paper Tracker celebrates this work and commitment.

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Program 300: UniSA Aboriginal Pathway Program

n this week’s interview, we find out about the Aboriginal Pathway Program, which is run by the University of South Australia. To find out about it, we talk with Tanya Weiler, the Program Director at the UniSA College, and Michelle Anderson, a Program tutor based in Ceduna... read on

Program 293: Bruce Pascoe and ‘Dark Emu’

In this week’s program, we talk with Bruce Pascoe, author of ‘Convincing Ground’ and ‘Dark Emu – Black Seeds: Agriculture or accident?’ These books focus on the significance of Aboriginal agriculture, the caring and knowledge of country, and the level of social organisation that existed long before colonisation... read on

Bruce Pascoe and ‘Dark Emu’

In this interview, we talk with Bruce Pascoe, who is the author of a number of books, including ‘Convincing Ground’ and ‘Dark Emu – Black Seeds: Agriculture or accident?’ These books focus on the significance of... read on

Program 291: Ara Irititja holds Anangu stories

In this week’s program, we focus on history and on ways to keep history and people’s stories alive. We find out about the work of Ara Irititja – meaning, ‘Stories from a long time ago’ – and we talk with John Dallwitz, Project Manager of Ara Irititja... read on

Ara Irititja holds Anangu stories

In this week’s interview, we focus on history and on ways to keep history and people’s stories alive. We talk about looking after all the information and the records that help to tell the story... read on

Program 290: Bikes Palya! Bikes are great!

In this week’s show, we find out about a great project called, ‘Bikes Palya’ – meaning, ‘Bikes are great’! we chat with Joey Fagan from Bicycle SA, and Deirdre Tedmanson from the University of South Australia... read on

Bikes Palya! Bikes are great!

In this week’s interveiw, we find out about a great project called, ‘Bikes Palya’ – meaning, ‘Bikes are great’! Bikes Palya is a program for young people and communities across the APY Lands. It includes... read on

April Lawrie talks about Language Framework

In this week’s interview, we find out about the importance of language and about learning languages and how this fits into the school curriculum. To find out more about this important topic, we talk with... read on

Program 274: April Lawrie on Language Framework

In this week’s radio program, we find out about the importance of language and about learning languages and how this fits into the school curriculum. We talk with April Lawrie, the Director of Aboriginal Education in the South Australia Department of Education and Child Development... read on

Program 261: Update from the Purple House

In this week’s program, we talk with Sarah Brown, the Chief Executive Officer of Western Desert Nganampa Walytja Palyantjaku Tjutaku, also called the Purple House. We find out about how the plans are going for setting up a permanent dialysis facility in Ernabella Pukatja... read on

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