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Accessing Country using virtual reality

Accessing Country using virtual reality A virtual reality film is helping people access Country from hundreds of kilometres away. The film is called Arabana Songlines and launched during Tarnanthi, the festival of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander art, at a venue called The Lab. Director Colleen Strangways and videographer Vivian … Read More

Carer Les Wanganeen wins SA Child Protection Award

Welcome back to Aboriginal Way, brought to you by SA Native Title Services. Narungga and Kaurna man, Les Wanganeen won Kinship Carer of the Year at the inaugural SA Child Protection Awards after five years of caring for his grandson. Les shared his story with Aboriginal Way and has advice … Read More

Funding boost for APY Rangers secures future of black-footed rock-wallaby

Welcome back to Aboriginal Way, brought to you by South Australian Native Title Services. Only 80 years ago, the black-footed rock-wallaby, or warru, were swarming in the Anangu Pitjantjatjara Yankunytjatjara (APY) Lands, but in 2007 they were South Australia’s most endangered mammal. In 2021, a successful warru conservation program received … Read More

Connect with Country at Nature Festival

Welcome back to Aboriginal Way, brought to you by South Australian Native Title Services. Spring is the perfect time of year for Nature Festival with over 200 events happening in South Australia from September 25 to October 4. In this episode, Nature Festival director Ryan Hubbard shares the 2021 program … Read More

Join the State Records & State Library Aboriginal Reference Group

Welcome back to Aboriginal Way brought to you by South Australian Native Title Services. This week we speak to State Records Director Simon Froude, and State Library of South Australia Director Geoff Strempel, about a new Aboriginal Reference Group that will inform both institutions. People who identify as Aboriginal people … Read More

South Australia’s new Close the Gap plan

Welcome back to Aboriginal Way brought to you by South Australian Native Title Services. This week we speak to South Australian Aboriginal Community Controlled Organisation Network convenor, Scott Wilson, about a new plan to Close the Gap in South Australia. The South Australian Closing the Gap Implementation Plan is supported … Read More

Yuwallarai journalist Kirstie Parker

Welcome back to Aboriginal Way brought to you by South Australian Native Title Services. We speak to Yuwallarai woman Kirstie Parker this week, a guest curator of the 2021 Adelaide Festival of Ideas. Kirstie shares why Australia needs more Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander voices in media, a field she … Read More

Kalkadunga didgeridoo player William Barton

Welcome back to Aboriginal Way brought to you by South Australian Native Title Services. This week we speak to Kalkadunga didgeridoo player and composer, William Barton, ahead of his performance with the Australian String Quartet (ASQ) at Illuminate Festival. William Barton & the ASQ will perform at Adelaide Town Hall … Read More

Southern Deadly Yarns season 2: Blackfulla Bookclub

Aboriginal Way is proud to share an episode from the award-winning series Southern Deadly Yarns season 2 by Neporendi Aboriginal Forum Inc. and Onkaparinga Libraries. This episode is about Blackfulla Bookclub, an online celebration of First Nations storytelling that has amassed over 35,000 followers on Instagram. Run by Gumbaynggirr and … Read More