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APY Workshop -Alice Springs - 21-22nd Feb 2017 Print E-mail

APY Workshop -Alice Springs - 21-22nd Feb 2017

Anangu Pitjantjatjara Yankunytjatjara management conducted a 2 day workshop to undertake preplanning for 2017, these workshops were to assess where the APY Land Management Division is at present and where it is heading in terms of planning the future of Indigenous Protected Areas, Warru, Women’s and Ranger projects across the Anangu Pitjantjatjara Yankunytjatjara Lands.

This workshop provided a great opportunity for  APY management and staff to integrate strong governance systems to ensure that its operations align with the APY Strategic Plan 2016-19, starting operational planning for 2017 set the foundation for going forward and provides strong administration, governance approaches for Land Management Division.

APY would like to thank our  stakeholders that attended & contributed at the workshop:

  1. Prime Minister & Cabinet
  2. Natural Resources AW                  
  3. Regional Anangu Services           
  4. Central Land Council                      
  5. TAFE SA                                               
  6. Batchelor Institute                         
  7. Charles Darwin University           
  8. Sunaurum Sands Consultancy   
  9. Alice Taxation Services  
  10. APY Management and Staff


APY Executive Board nominations 2017 Print E-mail

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Executive Board Elections April 2017 Print E-mail

Important Notice - that Anangu must enrol on the state electoral roll if they want to vote in the election or nominate for the Executive Board.



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Parliamentary Steering Committee (PWC) visit to the APY Lands Print E-mail

Anangu Pitjantjatjara Yankunytjatjara (APY) was pleased that the Parliament of South Australia Public Works Committee (PWC) visited the APY Lands the past few days.
This was a great opportunity for the Committee to inspect the upgrade to the main access road to the APY Lands from the Stuart Highway to Pukatja”.

The Committee travelled the length of the upgraded road from the Stuart Highway to Pukatja with DPTI staff and an APY lands Interpreter.

The PWC committee had the opportunity to meet with the APY Lands Executive Board, Management and staff whilst sharing in a Dinner and a Lunch at the APY Lands office in Umuwa.

APY lands Executive, Management and staff thank the committee members and DPTI staff for arranging this visit.

Committee Members included: Mrs Annabel Digance MP (Presiding Member), Hon Paul Caica MP, Ms Dana Wortley MP, Mr Michael Pengilly MP and Mr Tim Whetstone MP.

Here are some pictures from the Dinner.

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