APY Lands

The Anangu Pitjantjatjara Yankunytjatjara (APY) Lands cover more than 10% of the South Australian land mass.

Anangu hold the title to these lands under the Anangu Pitjantjatjara Yankunytjatjara Land Rights Act 1981.

More than 2000 Anangu live on the APY Lands.

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Program 364: Minister Lensink MLC on Housing

In this week’s Anangu Lands Paper Tracker radio program, we focus on housing. We talk with Minister Michelle Lensink MLC, Mr Gary Storkey, Chairperson of SA Housing Trust Board, and Ms Belinda Hallsworth, General Manager of Strategy and Performance in the South Australia Housing Authority... read on

APY Gallery launched in Adelaide!

In this week’s interview, we talk with Mrs Leah Brady, who is one of the Directors of the APY Art Centre Collective, and with Skye O’Meara, the General Manager of the Collective . On the... read on

Program 363: New APY Gallery in Adelaide!

In this week’s program, we talk with Skye O’Meara, General Manager of the APY Art Centre Collective, and Mrs Leah Brady, one of the Directors of the Collective. We find out about the new APY Gallery in Adelaide... read on

Program 362: Sarah Brown – The APY Dialysis Story

In this week’s program, we talk with Sarah Brown from Western Desert Nganampa Walytja Palyantjaku Tjutaku Aboriginal Corporation, the Purple House. We ask Sarah to tell us the full story of how we’ve finally arrived at having a dialysis centre being built on the APY Lands, in Ernabella Pukatja... read on

Sarah Brown Tells the APY Dialysis Story

In this week’s interview, we talk with Sarah Brown from Western Desert Nganampa Walytja Palyantjaku Tjutaku Aboriginal Corporation, the Purple House. We ask Sarah to tell us the full story of how we’ve finally arrived... read on

Cheryl Axleby on ALRM and funding for legal services

This week’s interview is with Cheryl Axleby who is the Chief Executive Officer of the Aboriginal Legal Rights Movement (ALRM) and the Co-Chair of the National Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Legal Services (NATSIL). We... read on

Program 359: Cheryl Axleby on funding for legal services

This week’s Paper Tracker radio interview is with Cheryl Axleby, Chief Executive Officer of the Aboriginal Legal Rights Movement (ALRM) and Co-Chair of the National Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Legal Services (NATSIL)... read on

Funding for remote housing – too little, too late?

The Commonwealth Government’s 10 year National Partnership Agreement on Remote Housing (NPARH) came to an end on 30 June 2018. No further funding for remote housing had been negotiated by the State and Federal Government... read on

Program 358: MoneyMob Talkabout: Loans and phones

In this week’s Anangu Lands Paper Tracker radio program, we talk with David Jedrzejczyk, the Community Engagement Officer at MoneyMob Talkabout. David will be talking about handling Telstra mobile phone contracts and bills, some of the hidden extra costs in mobile contracts, and things to think about if you’re wanting to get a mobile phone... read on

MoneyMob Talkabout helps with loans and phones

In March last year, the Anangu Lands Paper Tracker spoke with Deanne Gibbs from MoneyMob Talkabout about their ‘Loans and Phones Project’. In this week’s interview, we talk with David Jedrzejczyk, who has taken over... read on

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