Pipalyatjara

Pipalyatjara is a community on the Anangu Pitjantjatjara Yankunytjatjara Lands (APY Lands).

Pipalyatjara is home to around 120 people.

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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

Evidence-based initiatives: impact of swimming pools

Many children living in remote Anangu communities suffer from ear disease and hearing loss. Middle ear infections can affect a child’s education and social development and have “serious implications for vocational opportunities and mental health”... read on

Pipalyatjara: mechanical workshop for vehicle maintenance

In April 2005, the Federal Government agreed to provide funding to establish a mechanical workshop at Pipalyatjara. As part of those arrangements, the Government promised to hire a qualified mechanic, develop a business plan and establish traineeships for local Anangu... read on

Pipalyatjara: swimming pool

Beginning in 2004, the Commonwealth and State Governments announced plans to build swimming pools in five Anangu communities (Amata, Mimili, Pipalyatjara, Watarru and Yalata)... read on

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