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Dr Thomas’s Churchill Fellowship

Investigating colonised peopleโ€™s interpretive strategies in permanent gallery displays around the globe Dr Jared Thomas, a Nukunu man from the Southern Flinders Ranges is a Research Fellow for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Material Culture and Arts at the South Australian Museum and UniSA. He is also a curator, arts … Read More

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On the 8th December 2022, a native title claim first made by the Wirangu people more than 25 years ago on the 28th August 1997, was partially finalised with a consent determination at Streaky Bay on the Eyre Peninsula. The Federal Courtโ€™s handing down of the consent determination was a … Read More

SA Voice to Parliament

A draft bill proposing a model for the First Nations Voice to South Australiaโ€™s Parliament has been released, following a statewide engagement process with First Nations people, leaders and communities from August to October this year. If this legislation gets up, it will be the first state-based Voice to Parliament … Read More

The Circle

Are you a First Nations business or entrepreneur? Then don’t miss this week’s episode of Aboriginal Way with Kelly May, Operations Manager of The Circle. The Circle was set up as a partnership between the South Australian and Australian governments with funding from the National Indigenous Australians Agency, based at … Read More

Purrumpa: an empowering forum for First Nations culture

Purrumpa is set to be the largest national gathering of First Nations arts and culture convened by the Australia Council in 50 years. To be held at the Adelaide Convention Centre on Kaurna Land from Monday, 31st October to Friday, 4th November, its aim is to host considered conversations about … Read More

Unceded Seeded (Ngampa)

Unceded Seeded or Ngampa, which means yam daisy (a perennial root vegetable that is a staple food source for Kaurna) in Kaurna language, is a new artwork that will be on public display semi-permanently for the next few years outside Guildhouse, in Adelaideโ€™s CBD. The neon sign was designed by … Read More

Can a Voice to Parliament represent all First Nations? Linda Burney answers

The Minister for Indigenous Australians, Linda Burney, met with Aboriginal Way to answer important questions about an Indigenous Voice to Parliament. The Voice would be a body enshrined in the constitution that enables Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people to provide advice to the parliament on policies and projects that … Read More

Teresa Gallo
InFocus: Yandruwandha Yawarrawarrka Traditional Land Owners Aboriginal Corporation

InFocus is a segment where we speak to PBCs who are creating exciting social and economic developments for their Aboriginal members and communities. In this week’s episode, we yarn with Yandruwandha woman, Teresa Gallo, who is the Chairperson of Yandruwandha Yawarrawarrka Traditional Land Owners Aboriginal Corporation (YYTLOAC). YYTLOAC acts as … Read More

Assistance for South Australian Aboriginal groups

How do Aboriginal groups reach native title status and what happens to them when they do? Today weโ€™re speaking with the CEO of South Australian Native Title Services, Keith Thomas, to find out more about: the services needed to reach native title status the services available after native title is … Read More