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News and stories for SA Aboriginal Nations

Who should care for Old People?

The Museum of South Australia has announced a change in policy about the management Aboriginal ancestral remains following years of questioning by community members and in the face of the deteriorating state of the Museum’s storage space.

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Oodnadatta Track Re-Sheeting Project (Scope 1)

Yankunytjatjara Native Title Aboriginal Corporation (YNTAC) has received an application for authorisation under the Aboriginal Heritage Act for Scope 1 of the Oodnadatta Track Re-Sheeting Project and seeks to consult with Yankunytjatjara traditional owners. Full details are in the following notice:

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Seasons greetings and office closure

Thanks to all who have worked with SANTS over 2018. We wish you the best for the holiday season and a happy new year.

The SANTS office is closed from Monday 24 December 2018 and reopens on Wednesday 2 January 2019.

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Three Aboriginal Nations Sharing Country

Three Aboriginal nations have overcome many challenges to have their shared native title rights over an area in the mid north of South Australia recognised in a Federal Court hearing in the town of Orroroo. The Federal Court decision about an overlap of three longstanding native title claims brings together the Ngadjuri, Wilyakali and Adnyamathanha peoples in a joint determination of their native title rights and interests.

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What do you think about SANTS?

SANTS would like to hear your thoughts about our service. If you are a current, past or potential future client of ours, then please take the time to fill out a survey to inform our work.

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SANTS acknowledges that the land on which our office is based is the traditional lands for the Kaurna people and we respect their spiritual and cultural relationship with their country.
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