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Many Anangu are working hard to strengthen their communities and to build a better future for themselves and future generations. The Paper Tracker celebrates this work and commitment.

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Mark Jackman on RASAC – Part 1

This is the first part of the interview recorded on 19th June 2015 with Mr Mark Jackman, the General Manager of the Regional Anangu Services Aboriginal Corporation (RASAC). Mark provides an overview of RASAC. He... read on

Program 187: Mark Jackman on Regional Anangu Services – Part 1

This program includes the first part of an interview with Mark Jackman, General Manager of the Regional Anangu Services Aboriginal Corporation (RASAC). He explains the various programs and services that the organisation provides... read on

Minister Scullion – Updates

This week’s interview is with the Federal Minister for Indigenous Affairs, Minister Nigel Scullion.   The interview covers a range of issues including the future of municipal and essential services funding for remote communities and... read on

Reinstatement of drug and alcohol services funding

ANOTHER FUNDING EXTENSION! Having previously been informed that their funding was being cut, alcohol and drug treatment organisations which receive funding from the Australian Government have had their funding extended until 30 June 2016. Here is... read on

Program 172: NPY Women’s Council on NDIS

This week’s radio program focuses on the roll-out of the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) across the APY Lands... read on

NPY Women’s Council on NDIS

This radio interview focuses on the roll-out of the National Disability Insurance Scheme or NDIS. In order to coordinate the work of the NDIS across the APY Lands, the NPY Women’s Council was contracted by... read on

APY artists stand out in national art award

Fifteen of the 77 artists chosen as finalists for this year’s National Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Art Award come from communities on the APY Lands... read on

NPY Women’s Council nominated for Deadly Award

Each year the Deadly Awards recognise the contribution Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people make to their communities and the broader Australian society... read on

APY team wins 2013 Aboriginal Lands Challenge Cup

On 21 July 2013, two teams of Anangu footballers competed for the 2013 Rio Tinto Aboriginal Lands Challenge Cup. The game was played at AAMI Stadium in Adelaide. In the end, the APY Lands team... read on

Ernabella Arts on show in Adelaide

Ernabella Arts was established in 1948. It is the longest running Indigenous art centre in Australia. Warka irititja munu kuwari kutu: work from the past and present, an exhibition of works produced by the artists... read on

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