Housing

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Access to appropriate and well-maintained housing is a fundamental human right.

In 2008, the South Australian Government agreed to build or upgrade more than 400 houses in remote Aboriginal communities over a ten-year period, mostly on Anangu land.

The Paper Tracker monitors the delivery, maintenance and management of housing in Anangu communities. This includes staff housing.

Posts

Program 323: Maria Comino reflects on health and wellbeing

In this week’s radio program, we talk with Maria Comino who worked for many years as a registered nurse and health educator in remote communities across South Australia... read on

The future of funding for remote housing?

The Commonwealth Government’s 10 year National Partnership Agreement on Remote Housing (NPARH) comes to an end in June 2018 and no further funding for remote housing has yet been negotiated between the State and Federal... read on

Program 308: Remote Housing Funding? – Shelter SA

This week’s program focuses on housing and, in particular, funding for remote housing. We talk with Dr Alice Clark, Executive Director of Shelter SA... read on

Funding for Remote Housing? – Shelter SA

This week’s interview focuses on housing and, in particular, remote housing. We’re interested in this topic because the Commonwealth Government’s 10 year National Partnership Agreement on Remote Housing (NPARH) comes to an end in June... read on

Update from Aboriginal Community Connect

In this week’s Anangu Lands Paper Tracker interview, we find out about the work that Aboriginal Community Connect is involved in, and the different services that they provide. Aboriginal Community Connect is a project of... read on

Program 281: Update from Aboriginal Community Connect

In this week’s Anangu Lands Paper Tracker radio program, we’re going to be finding out about the work of Aboriginal Community Connect. To find out more, we talk with Tangi Ngateina, who is the Co-ordinator of Kurlana Tampawardli (New Houses on the Plains) at Aboriginal Community Connect ... read on

The state of housing on the APY Lands

Housing SA is responsible for all community housing on the APY Lands including all community housing that existed before Housing SA took on the property and tenancy management. Housing SA does not collect rent or... read on

Program 251: Update from Housing SA

In this week’s show, we talk with Jude Allen, the Senior Manager for Remote Aboriginal Housing, Strategy and Services at Housing SA... read on

Update from Housing SA

In this week’s interview, we talk with Jude Allen, the Senior Manager for Remote Aboriginal Housing, Strategy and Services at Housing SA. We talk with Jude about the building and maintenance of housing in Anangu... read on

Program 216: DPTI – APY Lands Addressing Project

This week’s Paper Tracker program includes an interview with Mr Sean Frost from the Department of Planning, Transport and Infrastructure (DPTI). He lets us know about the APY Lands Addressing Project which was set up to allocate house block numbers and identify road names for 143 roads across 13 APY communities... read on

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