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 302: State Elections – SA Liberal Party

The Paper Tracker is producing a series of interviews about the South Australian state election. We have invited political parties to respond to a set of questions that focus on things that are important to remote communities. In this program, we talk with Mr Steven Marshall, Leader of the South Australia Liberals... read on

State Elections – SA Liberal Party

On 17 March, South Australians will be voting to choose which people and parties will sit in State Parliament for the next four years. The Anangu Lands Paper Tracker is producing a series of interviews about... read on

Mobile coverage on APY Lands

In this interview, we find out about the roll-out of mobile phone access across the APY Lands. In November 2017, a Telstra mobile base station was switched on in the Anangu community of Amata on... read on

Program 301: Mobile coverage on APY Lands

In this program, we find out about the roll-out of mobile phone access across the APY Lands. We talk with Mr Mark Bolton, General Manager at Telstra. He tells us about the mobile tower in Amata and the plans to build additional towers across the Lands... read on

UniSA Aboriginal Pathway Program

In this interview, we find out about the Aboriginal Pathway Program, which is run by the University of South Australia. The Aboriginal Pathway Program is a fee-free program that runs for 18 months and is... read on

Program 300: UniSA Aboriginal Pathway Program

In this week’s interview, we find out about the Aboriginal Pathway Program, which is run by the University of South Australia. To find out about it, we talk with Tanya Weiler, the Program Director at the UniSA College, and Michelle Anderson, a Program tutor based in Ceduna... read on

Program 298: Update from Shadow Minister for Aboriginal Affairs

In this week’s show, we talk with the leader of the South Australian Liberal Party and Leader of the Opposition, Mr Steven Marshall, who is also the Shadow Minister for Aboriginal Affairs and Reconciliation... read on

Update from Shadow Minister for Aboriginal Affairs

In this week’s interview, we talk with the leader of the South Australian Liberal Party and Leader of the Opposition, Mr Steven Marshall. Mr Marshall is also the Shadow Minister for Indigenous Affairs and Reconciliation.... read on

Audit of the Community Development Programme

The Australian National Audit Office (ANAO) has conducted a performance audit of the Design and Implementation of the Community Development Programme and provided its report to Parliament in October 2017. Background The Community Development Programme (CDP)... read on

Life at Wiltja Secondary College

In this week’s interview, we find out about the Wiltja Secondary College in Adelaide. We talk about the academic side of the College as well as the residential boarding facilities. We talk with Dan Bleby... read on

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