Lake Eyre National Park will now formally be known as Kati Thanda-Lake Eyre National Park after a request by the newly-formed Arabana Parks Advisory Committee.
- Lake Eyre National Park will now formally be known as Kati Thanda-Lake Eyre National Park
The alteration of the name to Kati Thanda-Lake Eyre National Park was made under the National Parks and Wildlife Act 1972 with the decision proclaimed by the South Australian Government on 14 November. Continue reading
On behalf of APY Council of Elders and Community Members
PO Box 280
ALDGATE SA 5154
0438 399 012
16 October 2013
For the URGENT Attention of the Members of the Aboriginal Lands Parliamentary Standing Committee
I am writing to you yet again with grave concerns re my country and people on the APY Lands. So much has happened and still is happening that I find it difficult to know where to begin. My people are suffering pitifully at the hands of the Minister, bureaucrats, APY Administration and Chair. Their voice does not get heard. They are treated as a joke. And all the while Anangu’s rights are being signed away and diminishing it seems by the day and it would appear that there is nothing we can do about it. Continue reading
‘Book up’ is a common practice in many remote and regional communities of Australia, particularly many Indigenous communities.
From 1 July 2010, consumer credit will be regulated by the Australian Securities and Investment Commission (ASIC) under the National Consumer Credit Protection Act 2009 (National Credit Act). Continue reading
DARWIN CROCODILES TARGETTED TO CAPTURE TOURIST DOLLARS
Fraser Island Dingoes, starving in State Care, attracting tourist dollars are destroyed if a tourist feels intimidated. Photo credit: “Save Fraser Island Dingoes”
Conservation groups are concerned that Native Dingoes are dying of starvation, stress from being tagged and also shot by keepers, at the tourism oriented Fraser Island National Park [Sanctuary] in Queensland.
A similar “attraction” (park, or reserve) has been launched for the ancient crocodile to rake in tourist dollars and and make the most of natural advantages such as landscapes and the first people’s cultural heritage.
The Gumatj people for one, have ‘grown up’ at that place where the Wangarr or Dreaming crocodile built its nest. Continue reading
The first board of directors has been appointed to South Australian Native Title Services.
The inaugural chairperson is Tauto Sansbury who has worked as a consultant with the State Government’s Social Inclusion Unit Continue reading
“People from the Anangu Pitjantjatjara Yankunyjatjara Lands will be more empowered to protect their rights as consumers”, says Minister for Consumer Affairs Gail Gago following yesterday’s launch of an informative CD called Talk About Shopping, in Coober Pedy. Ms Gago was accompanied by member for Giles Lyn Breuer. Continue reading
According to Ms Jennifer Rankine the Minister for Families and Communities, in Coober Pedy on Tuesday (today), Anangu on the APY Lands will be able to apply for home loans through a HomeStart program to purchase homes being built on their homelands on APY Lands in the far north of South Australia. Continue reading