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Candidates nominated for upcoming South Australian Voice
A large number of candidates have nominated in South Australia for the six Local First Nations Voices in the upcoming election f...
Dechlan Brennan 27 Feb 2024
Nominations open for South Australian Voice to Parliament
Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people in South Australia are able to take a leading role in shaping their communities by...
Brendan Foster 22 Jan 2024
Traditional Owners at odds with SA Government over ancestral remains found on development site
Traditional Owners are at odds with the South Australian government after consultation on a development application for a site f...
Callan Morse 8 Nov 2023
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New Youth Aboriginal Community Court designed to break cycle of Aboriginal youth offending in South Australia
A specialist therapeutic court program for Aboriginal children and young people in South Australia has been launched to address...
Callan Morse 25 Aug 2023
SA Government announces major funding announcement for new agencies and projects on APY Lands
A new collaborative centre has been established on the APY Lands to enhance community safety through improved agency cooperation...
Joseph Guenzler 11 Aug 2023
Funding boost for South Australian Aboriginal community initiatives

The South Australian government has announced a more than $1 million investment to support vulnerable members of South Australia’s Aboriginal communities. Announced during NAIDOC...

Callan Morse Jul 11, 2023
Time frame for nominations and enrolments for South Australia's Voice to Parliament extended

The nomination and enrolment deadlines for South Australia’s Voice to state parliament have been extended. It comes as the SA government announced an extension of the time frames,...

Callan Morse Jun 29, 2023
SA government commit close to $25 million to reduce Aboriginal incarceration rates

The South Australian government has confirmed a commitment of almost $25 million to address the over-representation of Indigenous people in the state's justice system. The four-ye...

Callan Morse Jun 20, 2023
Tough laws to clamp down on Aboriginal heritage vandals

The destruction of sacred rock shelters in another state has prompted South Australia to toughen penalties for disturbing or damaging Aboriginal heritage. The maximum penalty for...

Tim Dornin May 17, 2023
Timeline set for South Australian voice elections

Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people in South Australia will get to choose their representatives for the state's voice to parliament in September. The government on Thur...

Tim Dorin (AAP) May 12, 2023
South Australian Government introduces grants to build capacity of ACCHOs

The South Australian Government has issued a new grants program designed to build the capacity of South Australian Aboriginal Community Controlled Organisations (ACCOs), to deliver...

Rhiannon Clarke Apr 14, 2023
South Australian Government accused of filtering Aboriginal views on state's Voice to Parliament

South Australian Native Title Services has criticised the South Australian government’s timing in introducing its First Nations Voice bill to parliament, suggesting the government...

Callan Morse Feb 10, 2023
Natalie Brown, Lana Chester become first Aboriginal magistrates appointed in South Australia

History has been made in South Australia with the state government appointing two First Nations people to the state’s judiciary for the first time. Magistrates Natalie Browne and...

Callan Morse Feb 8, 2023
South Australian Government set to introduce nation’s first Voice to Parliament bill

The South Australian government is set to make history by being the first state government in Australia to introduce a bill to establish a state-based Voice to Parliament for First...

Callan Morse Feb 8, 2023
Long-time Aboriginal advocate bows out of key South Australian role

South Australia's outgoing Commissioner for Aboriginal Engagement has been praised by the state government for his significant role in advancing Treaty.Dr Roger Thomas was first ap...

Rhiannon Clarke Jan 11, 2023
Artwork at upgraded South Australian intersection pays homage to Indigenous veterans

Artwork recognising the contributions of South Australian Aboriginal Veterans has been installed as part of a four-way intersection upgrade in the south Adelaide suburb of Panorama...

Callan Morse Dec 27, 2022
After 25-year wait, victory for the Wirangu people's Native Title claim in the Federal Court

More than 25 years after registering a claim, South Australia’s Wirangu people have been officially recognised as the Native Title holders of part of the Eyre Peninsula. The Feder...

Callan Morse Dec 12, 2022
First Nations voice to parliament a step closer in South Australia with release of draft bill

South Australia is set to become Australia’s first state or territory to legislate a First Nations Voice to state parliament after the South Australian Government’s released its dr...

Callan Morse Nov 9, 2022
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