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Franklin Kenny, Valeska Pearson and Levinia Namatjira all had 100 percent school attendance last term.
Stories | 2 May 2014

The Remote School Attendance Strategy being implemented by schools is proving successful, with an exponential growth in school attendance in the remote Indulkana Anangu School in South Australia.

Mimili Anangu School Attendance Supervisor Julieanne Campbell
Stories | 11 Apr 2014

Mimili may be a remote community but it’s quickly becoming a centre of education as local children embrace a new love of learning.

Stories | 22 Jan 2014

The recent declaration of the Yappala Properties Indigenous Protected Area (IPA) is not only preserving and strengthening local culture and environment, it’s providing employment opportunities for the whole community.

photo: Students from Murpatja Anangu School practice Inma.
Stories | 8 Apr 2013

Across the remote communities of the Anangu Pitjantjatjara Yankunytjatjara (APY) and Maralinga Tjarutja (MT) Lands, an intergenerational cultural transmission project is under way to save languages and stories from dying out.

Pangula Mannamurna programs manager Sarah Bormann, CEO Karen Glover and clinic manager Fiona Wotherspoon, outside the health centre’s youth room, Mount Gambier, SA.
Stories | 8 Nov 2012

We look at the ways Pangula Mannamurna Aboriginal Health Service is working to Close the Gap in Mount Gambier, South Australia.

Burrandies Aboriginal Corporation CEO Emma Hay, Mount Gambier, SA.
Stories | 6 Nov 2012

We look at the ways Burrandies Aboriginal Corporation is working to Close the Gap in Mount Gambier, South Australia.

Stories | 5 Nov 2012

Discover more about the Indigenous community of Mount Gambier, South Australia in this month’s Closing the Gap community profile.

The traditional lands of the Bunganditj (Boandik) people, Mt Gambier is home to a growing Indigenous population that has travelled from various parts of Australia to settle in the city renowned for its volcanic crater lakes.

Stories | 13 Sep 2012

“We’re saying ‘this is what we want for our family’. As we’ve gotten older, we’ve had enough and that’s why we speak out.”

Stories | 4 Jun 2012

The Amata Early Childhood Learning Centre (ECLC) established within the Amata School grounds in late 2012, now runs a playgroup for 0-3 year olds, three times per week.


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