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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
Saving first languages a mission to preserve cultures
Kaurna elder Rod O'Brien wants everyone who lives on the Adelaide Plains to be able to understand and speak at least a couple of...
Rudi Maxwell 26 Feb 2024
State funeral set for Lowitja O'Donoghue
The legacy of Aboriginal rights trailblazer Lowitja O'Donoghue, who helped inspire some of the greatest changes to Indigenous re...
Neve Brissenden 21 Feb 2024
Kaurna Country Closing the Gap Day urges unity in the fight for equality
Closing the Gap Day, held on Kaurna Country on Thursday 21 March at the Adelaide Showground, is a free community event that cele...
Giovanni Torre 20 Feb 2024
Thomas Weatherall’s play “Blue” explores the complexities of coming-of-age
The captivating play “Blue” delves into the complexities of a coming-of-age narrative, exploring themes of family dynamics, masc...
Rhiannon Clarke 20 Feb 2024
Troy Cassar-Daley drops new album Between the Fires and tour dates

Accomplished musician and Gumbaynggirr/Bundjalung man, Troy Cassar-Daley, has dedicated more than thirty years to his career, upholding a rich tradition of storytelling. Over the...

Rhiannon Clarke Feb 19, 2024
Ceduna Aboriginal Corporation calls for action to save hundreds from homelessness

Ceduna Aboriginal Corporation is calling for urgent government intervention to prevent up to 250 Aboriginal people from "being forced into a looming homelessness crisis".The Ceduna...

Giovanni Torre Feb 13, 2024
Family's long struggle to maintain NDIS care for Indigenous teenager

A South Australian mum says “every day is a ticking time bomb” in a battle to maintain proper care for her son under the NDIS.  15-year-old Indigenous teenager Chad was diagnosed...

Jarred Cross Feb 7, 2024
Broad support for South Australian Elders village

Housing and Aboriginal organisations have thrown their support behind an Aboriginal Elders village in South Australia, which is set to be built in Adelaide’s south. Known as Purrk...

Callan Morse Jan 31, 2024
New homes for South Australian Aboriginal Elders

Aboriginal Elders in South Australia are set to receive access to culturally-appropriate homes through a partnership between the South Australian and Commonwealth governments. The...

Callan Morse Jan 30, 2024
SA government criticised for ignoring advisory commission's recommendations on raising age of criminal responsibility

The South Australian government's consideration in raising the minimum age of criminal responsibility to 12 has drawn criticism from Indigenous and Human Rights groups for being ou...

Dechlan Brennan Jan 24, 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 nominating for the inaugural First Nations Voice to...

Brendan Foster Jan 22, 2024
Anangu rangers use AI to sound out toadlet croaked in mystery

Aboriginal rangers are working with scientists to search for a tiny toadlet, which ecologists think might be Australia's newest frog species.  Anangu rangers from the Anangu Pitja...

Rudi Maxwell Jan 4, 2024
SAFC aims to advance the careers of First Nations South Australian filmmakers

The SAFC has recently announced the revival of its highly successful First Nations Short Film Production Program.  The program aims to empower and advance the careers of First Nat...

Rhiannon Clarke Dec 21, 2023
Yalgiri returns, with a little help from their friends

A small marsupial reintroduced to South Australia’s Yorke Peninsula after being locally-extinct for more than 100 years is now thriving in its new home in Dhilba Guuranda-Innes Nat...

Giovanni Torre Dec 20, 2023
Indigenous entrepreneur Temaana Sanderson-Bromley wants to inspire First Nations people to start their own business

Budding First Nations entrepreneur, Temaana Sanderson-Bromley, hopes his fashion label inspires young Indigenous people to start their own businesses. The Adnyamathanha, Narungga...

Brendan Foster Dec 19, 2023
Building a career thanks to RAW opportunity

Civil construction apprentice Adam Varcoe typifies the ethos of parent company RAW Group to provide equal employment opportunities no matter race, gender or background. A recent g...

David Prestipino Dec 19, 2023
Probe looms for APYACC amid allegations of non-Indigenous interference in Aboriginal art

The APY Arts Centre Collective in South Australia is under investigation for potential criminal or civil charges following a six-month probe, The Australian reports. In August, an...

Joseph Guenzler Dec 15, 2023
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