Yalata

Yalata is an Anangu community on the west coast of South Australia. It is home to about 300 people.

Yalata holds the title to its land under a 99-year lease from the Aboriginal Lands Trust.

Posts

Program 253: Community views on Cashless Debit Card

This week’s Anangu Lands Paper Tracker radio show focuses on the Cashless Debit Card. We hear from Pas Forgione and David Pas, who comment on community experiences of the Card... read on

Community views on Cashless Debit Card

This week’s Anangu Lands Paper Tracker radio interview focuses on the Cashless Debit Card that is being trialed in communities in the West Coast of South Australia, around the Ceduna area; and the communities of... read on

Progress report on Cashless Debit Card

This week’s interview focuses on the Cashless Debit Card that is being trialed in communities in the West Coast of South Australia, around the Ceduna area; and the communities of Kununurra and Wyndham in Western... read on

Program 252: Progress report on Cashless Debit Card

This week’s radio show focuses on the Cashless Debit Card that is being trialed in communities in the West Coast of South Australia. We talk with the Federal Minister for Human Services, the Hon Alan Tudge MP... read on

Program 250: Steven Harrison – Maralinga Sculptor

In this week’s program, we chat with Steven Harrison, a sculptor who has created artworks about how country and people are affected by the effects of nuclear energy and the atomic bomb tests across Maralinga and Central Australia in the 1950’s... read on

Steven Harrison – Maralinga Sculptor

In this week’s program, we chat with an artist and sculptor who has created artworks that are about how country and people are affected by the effects of nuclear energy and the atomic bomb tests... read on

Vince Duffy (DSD) on remote power supply

This is the second interview in our series about the supply of electricity to remote Anangu communities. The interview is with Mr Vince Duffy, the Executive Director of the Energy Markets and Programs Division of the... read on

Program 228: Vince Duffy (DSD) on remote power supply

This week’s program is the second interview in our series about the supply of electricity to remote Anangu communities. The interview is with Mr Vince Duffy, Executive Director of the Energy Markets and Programs Division of the Department of State Development. We look at the next level of responsibility for the supply and management of electricity to remote Aboriginal communities ... read on

Program 227: Essential Services Commission and Power Outages

This week’s program is about the supply of electricity to remote Anangu communities. It is the first program in a series that focuses on the supply of power and the effects of power outages on Anangu communities. The interview is with the Chief Executive Officer of the Essential Services Commission of South Australia (ESCOSA), Mr Adam Wilson... read on

Essential Services Commission and Power Outages

This week’s interview is with the Chief Executive Officer of the Essential Services Commission of South Australia (ESCOSA), Mr Adam Wilson. Adam talks about the supply of electricity to remote Anangu communities. He explains what ESCOSA... read on

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