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The Anangu Lands Paper Tracker E-Newsletter No. 26

High store prices in remote communities are undermining efforts to improve the wellbeing of Anangu families. A packet of disposable nappies that sells for under $6 in Adelaide can cost more than $13 on the APY Lands... read on

The Anangu Lands Paper Tracker E-Newsletter No. 25

More than two years ago, the Federal Government announced plans to provide additional support for people on the APY Lands severely affected by mental illness... read on

The Anangu Lands Paper Tracker E-Newsletter No. 24

The South Australian Government has agreed to examine how dialysis services might be established on the APY Lands. The terms of reference for this investigation are currently being drafted... read on

The Anangu Lands Paper Tracker E-Newsletter No. 23

The old roadhouse at Yalata closed four years ago due to safety concerns. It contains a substantial amount of asbestos and needs to be demolished... read on

The Anangu Lands Paper Tracker E-Newsletter No. 22

Earlier this year, the Northern Territory Government decided that it would not accept any more dialysis patients from the APY Lands... read on

The Anangu Lands Paper Tracker E-Newsletter No. 21

Road conditions on the APY Lands are often poor, even dangerous. A schedule of much-needed grading and maintenance was supposed to begin on 1 July 2009... read on

The Anangu Lands Paper Tracker E-Newsletter No. 20

New ways of reducing waste and improving recycling will be trialled in communities across the APY Lands in the coming year... read on

The Anangu Lands Paper Tracker E-Newsletter No. 19

State and Federal Governments recently agreed to halve the gap in Year 12 completion rates for Indigenous students by 2020. Charting progress made across Anangu schools will not be a straightforward task... read on

The Anangu Lands Paper Tracker E-Newsletter No. 18

In 2006, the State Government announced that it was developing an “Aboriginal Strategic Plan for South Australia”. To date, the plan has not been released... read on

The Anangu Lands Paper Tracker E-Newsletter No. 17

In recent years it has become much harder for Anangu to get their driver’s licences. An international expert on public health has called on the South Australian Government to provide Aboriginal people with “alternative pathways” for obtaining a licence and to track this matter under the State Strategic Plan... read on

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