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

Steven Harrison – Maralinga Sculptor

In this week’s program, we chat with an artist and sculptor who has created artworks that are about how country and people are affected by the effects of nuclear energy and the atomic bomb tests... read on

Skillhire & Community Development program

In this week’s interview we find out about SkillHire and its involvement in two Federal Government contracts – the Community Development Program (CDP) and the Remote Schools Attendance Strategy. The Community Development Program is a... read on

Program 245: Skillhire and Community Development Program

In this week’s program we find out about SkillHire and its involvement in two Federal Government contracts – the Community Development Program (CDP) and the Remote Schools Attendance Strategy... read on

Jason Downs on Nuclear Engagement Process

This week’s interview is about the South Australia Nuclear Fuel Cycle Royal Commission and the community engagement process that’s been taking place since the Commission gave its report to the SA Government in May 2016.... read on

Program 241: Jason Downs on Nuclear Engagement Process

In this week’s program, we talk about the South Australia Nuclear Fuel Cycle Royal Commission and the community engagement process that’s been taking place since the Commission gave its report to the SA Government in May 2016. We talk with Mr Jason Downs, Leader of Engagement for the Nuclear State-wide Engagement Process... read on

Vince Duffy (DSD) on remote power supply

This is the second interview in our series about the supply of electricity to remote Anangu communities. The interview is with Mr Vince Duffy, the Executive Director of the Energy Markets and Programs Division of the... read on

Program 228: Vince Duffy (DSD) on remote power supply

This week’s program is the second interview in our series about the supply of electricity to remote Anangu communities. The interview is with Mr Vince Duffy, Executive Director of the Energy Markets and Programs Division of the Department of State Development. We look at the next level of responsibility for the supply and management of electricity to remote Aboriginal communities ... read on

Program 227: Essential Services Commission and Power Outages

This week’s program is about the supply of electricity to remote Anangu communities. It is the first program in a series that focuses on the supply of power and the effects of power outages on Anangu communities. The interview is with the Chief Executive Officer of the Essential Services Commission of South Australia (ESCOSA), Mr Adam Wilson... read on

Essential Services Commission and Power Outages

This week’s interview is with the Chief Executive Officer of the Essential Services Commission of South Australia (ESCOSA), Mr Adam Wilson. Adam talks about the supply of electricity to remote Anangu communities. He explains what ESCOSA... read on

Changes to the Aboriginal Heritage Act 1988

The Aboriginal Heritage Act 1988 The Aboriginal Heritage Act 1988 was designed to protect Aboriginal heritage. Under this legislation, all Aboriginal sites, objects and remains in South Australia that are of significance to Aboriginal tradition, archaeology, anthropology... read on

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