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The Anangu Lands Paper Tracker E-Newsletter No. 33

Recently, the Coordinator-General for Remote Indigenous Services asked the Australian and South Australian Governments to publish a detailed account of how much funding is currently being spent in two APY communities... read on

The Anangu Lands Paper Tracker E-Newsletter No. 32

Across Central Australia, a new mobile dialysis bus is making it possible for Aboriginal patients to receive treatment in their home communities for short periods of time. So far, the bus has not visited the APY Lands.... read on

The Anangu Lands Paper Tracker E-Newsletter No. 31

Four years ago, UnitingCare Wesley Adelaide started the Paper Tracker project to make it easier for Anangu to stay informed about what governments are saying and doing in their communities. Since then, the Paper Tracker has... read on

The Anangu Lands Paper Tracker E-Newsletter No. 30

The Federal Government is funding the construction of a multi-million dollar training centre for Anangu school students. The facility will deliver accredited training across a range of areas including construction, horticulture, commercial cookery... read on

The Anangu Lands Paper Tracker E-Newsletter: No. 29

The South Australian Government has been trying to improve school attendance rates on the APY Lands. Whether or not these efforts have been successful is far from clear... read on

The Anangu Lands Paper Tracker E-Newsletter No. 28

Last month, the South Australian Government released a report documenting its efforts to implement the recommendations of the Mullighan Inquiry into child sexual abuse on the APY Lands... read on

The Anangu Lands Paper Tracker E-Newsletter No. 27

Two and a half years ago, the Mullighan Inquiry argued that court rooms should not be located within police stations on the APY Lands because of the need to maintain a strict separation of powers. The State Government ignored this advice... read on

The Anangu Lands Paper Tracker E-Newsletter No. 26

High store prices in remote communities are undermining efforts to improve the wellbeing of Anangu families. A packet of disposable nappies that sells for under $6 in Adelaide can cost more than $13 on the APY Lands... read on

The Anangu Lands Paper Tracker E-Newsletter No. 25

More than two years ago, the Federal Government announced plans to provide additional support for people on the APY Lands severely affected by mental illness... read on

The Anangu Lands Paper Tracker E-Newsletter No. 24

The South Australian Government has agreed to examine how dialysis services might be established on the APY Lands. The terms of reference for this investigation are currently being drafted... read on

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