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  • Monday Meet-Ups in Pt Augusta

    Monday Meet-Ups' is an initiative of the Mobile Language Team which was held in Pt Augusta throughout the month of October. The MLT travelled up from…

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  • Young people learning language, interviewed for ABC’s ‘Word Up’ podcast

    “One day I hope that we’ll be able to speak our language, Arabana language with our cousins, having everyday conversations.” This is…

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  • Farewell Aunty Kaelene, Adnyamathanha language teacher retires

    2018 has come at a cost for the Adnyamathanha language, with Quorn-based Adnyamathanha language teacher Kaelene McMillan retiring from her position as…

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  • MLT in the Gammon Ranges

    Earlier this month MLT linguists Paul Monaghan and Bea Fagan ventured up to the Gammon Ranges to check in with Adnyamathanha Elder Terry Coulthard. We…

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  • Wamparla Apira

    Launch of Wamparla Apira book

    In July the Mobile Language Team were fortunate enough to attend the book launch of Wamparla Apira (Possums and Tall Trees) at the South Australian museum.…

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  • Attendees of the Master Apprentice Language Learning Program

    Language Training in Adelaide

    This month, the Mobile Language Team invited trainers from RNLD (the Resource Network for Linguistic Diversity) to run a three-day training workshop in…

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  • Bilingual children’s book launched in Birdsville

    On the 29th of April 2018 the Mobile Language Team visited Birdsville in order attend the official launch of the children’s book ‘Murru manilhuku…

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  • New Aboriginal Language Trainee at the MLT

    The MLT has a new trainee, Ash Wild from Ceduna. As part of her training Ash Wild has chosen to develop a Wirangu language project that she can begin here…

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The Mobile Language Team website was established in 2009 to provide online resources and news for indigenous languages in and around the South Australian region. It provides links to online resources, language information and a general point of contact for indigenous languages in South Australia. The Mobile Language Team aims to help with the documentation, revitalisation and maintenance of languages in the region.