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Changes to the APY Land Rights Act 1981

Introduction In 2013, the previous Minister for Aboriginal Affairs and Reconciliation, the Honourable Ian Hunter MLC, commissioned an independent limited review of the Anangu Pitjantjatjara Yankunytjatjara Land Rights Act 1981. The Review was set up to... read on

Community Consultations on Forrest Review

This week’s interview is with the Commissioner for Aboriginal Engagement, Ms Khatija Thomas. The focus of this interview is on the Commissioner’s community consultations about the report of the Forrest Review of Indigenous Jobs and... read on

Matt Gray (CAEPR) on Income Management

This week’s interview is about income management. The Paper Tracker has interviewed Professor Matthew Gray from the Centre for Aboriginal Economic Policy Research at the Australia National Univesity in Canberra.   Professor Gray shares his... read on

Minister Hunter on Reconciliation and Service Delivery

This is an interview with the Minister for Aboriginal Affairs and Reconciliation, the Honourable Ian Hunter MLC. Minister Hunter talks about a range of issues, including Reconciliation, Commonwealth Government funding, and the proposals in the... read on

Coordinator General Reports

Between 2009 and 2014, Australia’s Coordinator General for Remote Indigenous Services (Brian Gleeson) prepared nine reports on the development and delivery of government services and facilities in Amata, Mimili and 27 other remote Aboriginal communities... read on

APY report released

The SA Government recently released its latest ‘Progress on the APY Lands’ report covering the period May to September 2013... read on

Annual reports of APY Executive Board

For the last seven years, the APY Executive Board has had to prepare an annual report for South Australia’s Minister for Aboriginal Affairs and Reconciliation. The same report must also be made available to Anangu at APY’s Annual General Meeting ... read on

APY report released

The South Australian Government has just released its latest “Progress on the APY Lands” report. The 54-page report covers the period September 2012 to April 2013... read on

Publication of key report delayed

A report on Government efforts to improve service delivery on the APY Lands was originally due to be completed last month. Yesterday the Government told the Paper Tracker that the report may now not be finished until the middle of the year... read on

State Government releases APY progress report

Late last year, the South Australian Government released a 48-page report documenting its ongoing efforts to improve service delivery and development on the APY Lands. The report focuses on activities undertaken... read on

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