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Narungga Nation Native Title Claim Group Meeting

On Friday 14 February 2020 and Saturday 15 February 2020 at 10am at the Maitland Town Hall, South Australian Native Title Services Limited will be facilitating a meeting of Narungga Nation Native Title Claim Group. The meeting is open to all members of the Native Title Claim Group.


Aboriginal screen storytelling in demand

The new CEO of the South Australian Film Corporation says that audiences have shown they are very interested in stories by Aboriginal screen makers and the organisation will maintain its strong commitment to Indigenous storytelling.

There are many opportunities now available to aspiring producers to develop their skills and projects, says SAFC Executive Nara Wilson.


South Australia’s true history on show

​A new exhibition close to the site of South Australia’s proclamation recognises Kaurna culture and places Aboriginal people’s perspectives about the state’s origins alongside European settler stories.

Tiati Wangkanthi Kumangka – Truth Telling Together will be launched in the Bay Discovery Centre in the Glenelg Town Hall on Monday 9th December.


Red Hands for Yuendumu

Parliament House in Adelaide was covered in red handprints on Wednesday as hundreds of protestors gathered in support of the Yuenmudu community and to call for justice for Walpiri teenager Kumanjayi Walker who was shot by police.


Reconsider compensation says QC

​Native title compensation claims will be far more complex and costly than the original native title claims and Governments need to reconsider how to manage the large number of cases that are expected to be lodged, says a leading native title barrister and former President of the Native Title Tribunal.


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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