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APY Lands report: October 2004

On 25 August 2004, the Premier of South Australia Premier (Hon Mike Rann MP) announced the appointment of Lowitja O’Donoghue and Rev. Tim Costello as “special advisers to the government on ways to improve the... read on

Mullighan Inquiry: fourth annual progress report

In November 2012, the South Australian Government reported to State Parliament on the progress it had made implementing the recommendations of the Mullighan Inquiry into child sexual abuse on the APY Lands.This was the fourth of five annual reports that... read on

APY Lands: Baseline Community Profiles (2009)

In 2009, the Federal Government engaged a consultant to prepare community profiles of seven APY communities: Amata, Iwantja, Kalka, Kaltjiti, Mimili, Pipalyatjara and Pukatja.... read on

Interview with Sandra Kanck

Sandra Kanck was a Member of the South Australian Parliament for more that 15 years (1993 to 2009). In this interview, Sandra talks about government accountability and how the Australian Democrats got the SA Parliament... read on

Mullighan Inquiry: third annual progress report

In November 2011, the South Australian Government reported to State Parliament on the progress it had made implementing the recommendations of the Mullighan Inquiry into child sexual abuse on the APY Lands. This was the third of five annual reports... read on

On the Lands newsletter

The latest issue of On the Lands was recently posted on the SA Government’s Aboriginal Affairs and Reconciliation Division website. This issue covers the period September to November 2011 and includes information on the roll-out... read on

APY Lands: three key reports

Between November 2011 and January 2012, the South Australian Government was scheduled to release three key reports focused on the Anangu Pitjantjatjara Yankunytjatjara (APY) Lands. Only one of these reports was released on time.... read on

Anangu housing: status reports

In recent years, Housing SA has played a much greater role in the construction and management of housing in remote Anangu communities. As part of a ten-year national agreement, Housing SA expects to build or upgrade more than 400 houses by 2018. Most of this work will occur in remote Anangu communities.... read on

Interview with the Federal Minister for Indigenous Health (Hon Warren Snowdon MP)

Warren Snowdon is the Australian Government’s Minister for Indigenous Health. In 2010, he commissioned research into the delivery of renal services in Central Australia, with the final report being released in June 2011. In this... read on

Mullighan Inquiry: second annual progress report

In November 2010, the South Australian Government reported to State Parliament on the progress it has made implementing the recommendations of the Mullighan Inquiry into child sexual abuse on the APY Lands. This was the second of five annual reports that the Government is required to table in Parliament... read on

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