Yalata

Yalata is an Anangu community on the west coast of South Australia. It is home to about 300 people.

Yalata holds the title to its land under a 99-year lease from the Aboriginal Lands Trust.

Posts

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

Update from Yalata Community – Part 2

This week’s Paper Tracker radio interview is the second part of a longer interview with people from Yalata Community. The interview is with Pastors Keith Peters and Russell Bryant, and Greg Franks, the CEO of... read on

Program 200: Update from Yalata Community – Part 2

In this week’s radio program, we listen to the second part of an interview with people from Yalata Community – Pastor Keith Peters, Pastor Russell Bryant and Greg Franks. They share their thoughts on the trial of the Healthy Welfare Card and reflect on the affects of the nuclear tests across the Maralinga Tjarutja Lands and Yalata Community’s partnership with Hiroshima and Nagasaki in Japan... read on

Update from Yalata Community

This is the first part of an interview about what’s been happening in Yalata Community. We chat with Pastors Keith Peters and Russell Bryant, and with Greg Franks, the CEO of Yalata Community. They give... read on

Program 199: Update from Yalata Community

In this week’s Paper Tracker Radio Show we listen to the first part of an interview about what’s been happening in Yalata Community. We chat with Pastors Keith Peters and Russell Bryant, and with Greg Franks, the CEO of Yalata Community... read on

Linnett Sanchez talks about hearing

This interview is with Linnett Sanchez, Associate Professor of Audiology through Flinders University. Her research work focuses on the ear health of children living in Anangu communities. Linnett has been on the Paper Tracker Radio Show... read on

Program 177: Linnett Sanchez on ear health and hearing

This Paper Tracker programme focuses on ear health and hearing and includes and interview with Linnett Sanchez, Associate Professor of Audiology through Flinders University... read on

Summary of resources on municipal and essential services

Summary of key resources about municipal and essential services and the potential threat to the future of regional and remote Aboriginal communities and homelands Purpose of this post With the cut-off date of 30th June... read on

Voting in Anangu communities

Mobile polling for the upcoming State Election will begin in Anangu communities on 4 March. Voting booths will open for various periods of time ranging from 1 hour in Watarru to 4 hours in Pukatja... read on

New legislation for Aboriginal Lands Trust

Last month, the South Australian Parliament passed legislation to overhaul the operation of the Aboriginal Lands Trust... read on

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