Maralinga Tjarutja Lands

The Maralinga Tjarutja Lands cover more than 10% of the South Australian land mass.

Anangu hold the title to these lands under the Maralinga Tjarutja Land Rights Act 1984.

Oak Valley is the only community on the Maralinga Tjarutja Lands. Around 90 people live there.

Posts

On The Right Track keeps us safer

In this week’s program, we find out about getting a driver’s licence and ways to stay safe on the road if you live in a remote community. Our interview is with Jade Wilson, who is... read on

Program 346: On The Right Track keeps us safer

In this week’s radio program we chat with Jade Wilson, Acting Coordinator of “On the Right Track”, a Road Safety and Driver Licencing program run by the Department of Planning, Transport and Infrastructure... read on

Native Title and Far West Coast Investments

In this interview, we find out about recent developments involving the Native Title Claimant Group – the Far West Coast Aboriginal Corporation – and the Far West Coast Community Trust. We first find out a... read on

Program 341: Native Title and Far West Coast Investments

In this program, we find out about recent developments involving the Native Title Claimant Group – the Far West Coast Aboriginal Corporation – and the Far West Coast Community Trust. We talk with Ian Westley who is the Executive General Manager, Trustee and Wealth Services, at Equity Trustees... read on

Program 340: Unemployed Workers Union & Ceduna Cashless Card

In this week’s Anangu Lands Paper Tracker radio show, we focus on how compulsory income management and the Cashless Debit Card are affecting people’s lives. We talk with Hayden Patterson from the Australian Unemployed Workers’ Union who tells us about the Union’s visit to Ceduna to talk with people about their experiences of being on the Cashless Debit Card... read on

Unemployed Workers Union visits Ceduna – Cashless Debit Card

In this week’s Anangu Lands Paper Tracker interview, we talk about unemployment and income support payments. In particular, we focus on how compulsory income management and the Cashless Debit Card are affecting people’s lives. If... read on

Program 323: Maria Comino reflects on health and wellbeing

In this week’s radio program, we talk with Maria Comino who worked for many years as a registered nurse and health educator in remote communities across South Australia... read on

Maria Comino reflects on community health and wellbeing

In this week’s Anangu Lands Paper Tracker radio interview, we talk with Maria Comino who worked for many years as a registered nurse and health educator in remote communities across South Australia. Maria shares her... read on

Update from Mr Keith Peters from Yalata

In this week’s Anangu Lands Paper Tracker radio interview, we talk with Mr Keith Peters from the Far West Coast community of Yalata about his thoughts on a number of developments that are affecting his... read on

Program 316: Update from Mr Keith Peters of Yalata

In this week’s Anangu Lands Paper Tracker radio program, we talk with Mr Keith Peters from the Far West Coast community of Yalata about his thoughts on a number of developments that are affecting his community.... read on

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