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News and stories for SA Aboriginal Nations

Students find their way on the Kokoda Track

A group of high school students who walked the gruelling Kokoda track recently discovered the untold stories of South Australian Aboriginal servicemen, their own resilience and leadership capacity and the power of music for reconciliation.


Art sale helps APY people return home

A “wildly successful” art auction held in Adelaide as a part of the Tarnanthi Festival means that people with kidney disease in the APY lands will be able return home to their families and communities.


Councils consider January 26

Councils around Australia are reviewing and changing how they mark January 26, with the Adelaide City Council Lord Mayor Martin Haese supporting a proposal for more inclusive events in the city on that date and Victorian Councils making significant changes to their events.

The Adelaide City Council has noted a proposal by its Reconciliation Committee that it recognises the impact of Australia Day celebrations and that it adds processes to events on that date to better recognise the history of Aboriginal peoples prior to European settlement.


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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