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Program 249: Prof Carapetis on Rheumatic Heart Disease

In this week’s program, we chat with Professor Jonathan Carapetis to find out about Rheumatic Heart Disease, which affects a lot of people living in regional and remote communities ... read on

Prof Carapetis on Rheumatic Heart Disease

In this week’s interview, we find out about Rheumatic Heart Disease, which affects a lot of people living in regional and remote communities across Australia. We’ll be getting a better understanding of what it is,... read on

Aboriginal Lands Parliamentary Standing Committee’s Annual Report

On 19th October, the SA Aboriginal Lands Parliamentary Standing Committee tabled its Annual Report for 2015-2016 in Parliament. The Hansard transcript provides details of the discussions that were held when the report was tabled in Parliament.... read on

Stock-take of Remote Schools Attendance Strategy

Introduction The Remote Schools Attendance Strategy (RSAS) commenced in 2014 and aims to increase school attendance in selected remote communities through the deployment of local School Attendance Supervisors (SAS) and School Attendance Officers (SAO) who... read on

Conservation SA about Nuclear Dump

In this week’s interview, we find out about the Conservation Council of SA and its response to the findings of the South Australian Royal Commission into the Nuclear Fuel Cycle. In February 2015, the South... read on

Program 246: Conservation SA about Nuclear Dump

In this week’s Paper Tracker radio show, we find out about the Conservation Council of SA and its response to the findings of the South Australian Royal Commission into the Nuclear Fuel Cycle... read on

Program 244: Red Cross and Ceduna Youth Hub

In this week’s program, we find out about the Ceduna Youth Hub that is run through a partnership with the Red Cross. We talk with Brenton Niemz, Red Cross Regional Co-ordinator, and Peter Jericho, Ceduna Youth Hub Co-ordinator... read on

Follow-up audit of APY – Any improvement in accountability?

The APY Lands get funding through State and Federal Government grants. A report by Ernst & Young in April 2016 indicates that during the 2014-15 financial year, there were 15 government funding agreements with APY.... read on

Program 243: George Masri – Office of Commonwealth Ombudsman

In this week’s program we find out about the Office of the Commonwealth Ombudsman and about how people can make a complaint if they have concerns about a government department or the way they’ve been treated by a government official. We chat with Mr George Masri, Senior Assistant Ombudsman in the Social Services, Indigenous and Disability Branch of the Office of the Commonwealth Ombudsman... read on

Update on amendments to APY Land Rights Act

The Anangu Lands Paper Tracker has continued to follow what has been happening with the the Anangu Pitjantjatjara Yankunytjatjara Land Rights (Miscellaneous) Amendment Bill 2016 since it was introduced in Parliament on 22 June 2016. This draft... read on

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