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150 years of Point Pearce

Narungga people will welcome visitors to their country in a range of events to mark 150 years of the Point Pearce community this year, says the community’s Chairperson John Buckskin.

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Leading through collaboration

South Australia’s new Commissioner for Aboriginal Engagement believes that collaboration is the way forward and says he wants to use networks and relationships developed across his long career to influence government for the benefit of Aboriginal people.

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Native Title groups from across the state meet

There are a range of support services and funding options available to native title holder groups to help them on their journey to become independent and sustainable organisations that can contribute
significantly to their communities.

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Butterfish Royalty

The 2018 Clem Graham Memorial Butterfish Competition was decided at Port Victoria at Gynburra 2018 on the weekend, with Phillip Dudley taking out the prize of Butterfish King.

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Narungga notice of third meeting on treaty

Following on from the Community Meetings held on 6 January and 20 January 2018, a further meeting of the Narungga Community is planned to take place at Point Pearce Town-hall commencing at 10:30am on Saturday 3 February 2018.

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Gynburra is king on the long weekend

South Australia’s Yorke Peninsula will be a place of celebration of Narungga culture this January long weekend, with Gynburra 2018.

It’s a festival that draws on the traditions of the First People of the Guuranda, the Narungga name for the Yorke Peninsula, to create a fun, inclusive family weekend.

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Significant reform of Native Title Act proposed

The Federal Government is looking to develop and introduce amendments to the Native Title Act, which it says will more efficiently resolve claims, improve agreement making and promote the autonomy of native title groups in making decisions and resolving disputes. The Government has invited submissions on the options paper until Thursday 25 January 2018.

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Narungga Notice of Further Treaty Meeting

A further Community Meeting for Narungga people will be held Point Pearce on Saturday 20 January to provide the Community with all relevant information about the Treaty process and the likely commitments of the State Government in any Treaty Agreement.

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Narungga Notice of Treaty Meeting

A Community Meeting for Narungga people will be held Point Pearce on Saturday 6 January to provide the Community with all relevant information about the Treaty process and the likely commitments of the State Government in any Treaty Agreement.

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Turkindi bringing community together

An entirely volunteer based community information service operated by and for South Australian Aboriginal people has been recognised for their important contribution to the community.

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Notice of Kaurna Authorisation Meeting

An Authorisation meeting for proposed Kaurna Native Title Claims will be held at Tandanya Cultural Institute on Saturday 25 November 2017.

Members of the existing and proposed Kaurna Native Title Claim Groups, as well as people who think they might be a Kaurna person, are invited and encouraged to attend. Full official details of the meeting notice follows.

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New native title claim for the South East of SA

Native Title claims for areas in the South East of South Australia have been approved by community members and lodged by SA Native Title Services (SANTS).

The First Nations of the South East Claim #1 and #2 cover areas near Keith to the coast and across to the Victorian border, including the towns of Mount Gambier, Penola and Lakes Bonney, George and Eliza.

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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.

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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.

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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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