Kanpi & Nyapari

Kanpi and Nyapari are two small communities located on the western side of the Anangu Pitjantjatjara Yankunytjatjara Lands (APY Lands) with a combined population of around 100.

Although they are only 15km apart, Kanpi and Nyapari are discrete communities with their own community councils. However, the two communities work closely together and share many facilities including a school, store, clinic and airstrip.

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Program 270: APY Elections Update

In this week’s program, we focus on the upcoming elections for the APY Executive Board which will be held on 5th April this year. We talk with the Deputy Electoral Commissioner of the Electoral Commission of South Australia, Mr David Gully... read on

Update on APY Executive Elections

In this week’s interview, we focus on the upcoming elections for the APY Executive Board which will be held on 5th April this year. We talk with the Deputy Electoral Commissioner of the Electoral Commission... read on

Nyapari: art centre renovations and expansion

Tjungu Palya is an Anangu-controlled arts organisation based in Nyapari. In mid 2009, the Federal Government allocated over $600,000 to Tjungu Palya to enable it to refurbish its existing art centre and build... read on

Kanpi and Nyapari: community-based training

Since 1999, successive State Governments have been trying to re-establish effective community-based training programs on the APY Lands. These efforts have resulted in the appointment of more TAFE lecturers and the rebuilding of core infrastructure. The bulk of this activity has occurred in larger communities... read on

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