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News and stories for SA Aboriginal Nations

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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One place many stories with Dave Johnston

The discovery of a site of significant Aboriginal heritage has brought farmers and traditional owners together in a rare collaboration. Indigenous archaeologist and anthropologist Dave Johnston's discovery of an ancient axe quarry site on a NSW property called “Millpost” promted a rare collaboration between the farmers of the property and the traditional owners of the area, the Ngunnawal and Nambri people.


A voice for First Nations in South Australia

​First Nations groups in South Australia will have a new voice after representatives from across the state agreed to create a new peak body that will promote the perspectives and interests of Aboriginal Nations.

Representatives from native title groups met in Adelaide this week to form the “First Nations of South Australia Aboriginal Corporation”.


Artists invited to dream big with Tarnanthi

​A partnership between South Australian arts organisations has created an opportunity for an Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander artist to develop their work and have it showcased at the popular festival of contemporary Indigenous art – Tarnanthi.

The Art Gallery of South Australia and Guildhouse have announced that the Catapult Tarnanthi Mentorship is inviting applications until Tuesday 2 October.


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