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  • Sisters Dawn and Anita Taylor

    MLT CADET DAWN TAYLOR, WAKES UP THE BARNGARLA LANGUAGE

    “I feel we have finally woken our language and now we can share it. I’m the happiest woman in the world”      Whyalla…

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  • MLT's Clayton Crise

    Listen to Clayton Cruse on Nganampa Wangka

    The MLT's Clayton Cruse will be the regular presenter of Nganampa Wangka for six months in place of Karina Lester, who is on maternity leave. Clayton,…

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  • Worlds Indigenous Peoples Conference on Education 2014 (WiPC:E)

    Worlds Indigenous Peoples Conference on Education (WiPC:E) 2014 Clayton Cruse     Aboriginal Language Worker    …

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  • First Languages Australia - Young People Speak Up survey

    Young Language Champions Over the past year First Languages Australia has been coordinating small gatherings of young language champions. The excitement…

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  • Indigenous Language App Workshop

    On the 20th May, the MLT held a workshop for South Australian indigenous community members on current language apps for use in language maintenance and…

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  • Tarpari Wellbeing Day - 16th April, 2014 in Port Pirie

    Tarpari Wellbeing Day was hosted in Port Pirie on the 16th of April, 2014. It's was a great opportunity to see the many initiatives being taken to…

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Welcome to the Mobile Language Team website. The Mobile Language Team (MLT) was established at the University of Adelaide in October 2009, and our MLT website went live at the end of 2011. Our website aims to provide information, contact details and answers to questions relating to the Aboriginal languages of the state of South Australia. We hope it becomes a favourite site for many of you.

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Hear about Aboriginal language news, interviews, plus music and songs in language.
Hosted by the MLT Aboriginal Language Worker, Karina Lester

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