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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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Program 314: Central Australian Aboriginal Women’s Choir

In this week’s radio show, we’re going to be finding out about the Central Australian Aboriginal Women’s Choir. We talk with the Choir’s conductor, Mr Morris Stuart... read on

Central Australian Aboriginal Women’s Choir

In this week’s interview, we find out about the Central Australian Aboriginal Women’s Choir. To learn more, we talk with the Choir’s conductor, Mr Morris Stuart. We ask Morris about how the Choir started and... read on

Program 309: InComPro Cultural Services

In this week’s Paper Tracker radio show, we find out about an organisation called InComPro. We talk with Steve Edwards who has worked with InComPro for many years, and Michelle Williams who is the Service Coordinator – Community Engagement and APY lands... read on

InComPro Cultural Services

In this week’s interview, we find out about an organisation called InComPro. InComPro was established in 2010 to provide culturally appropriate services to organisations and communities in South Australia. The founding members of the organisation... 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 293: Bruce Pascoe and ‘Dark Emu’

In this week’s program, we talk with Bruce Pascoe, author of ‘Convincing Ground’ and ‘Dark Emu – Black Seeds: Agriculture or accident?’ These books focus on the significance of Aboriginal agriculture, the caring and knowledge of country, and the level of social organisation that existed long before colonisation... read on

Bruce Pascoe and ‘Dark Emu’

In this interview, we talk with Bruce Pascoe, who is the author of a number of books, including ‘Convincing Ground’ and ‘Dark Emu – Black Seeds: Agriculture or accident?’ These books focus on the significance of... read on

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