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

    Tarpari Wellbeing Day will be hosted in Port Pirie on the 16th Apri, 2014. It's a great opportunity to come and meet, see stalls, local artists and…

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  • Kulurdu Marni Ngathaitya! Sounds Good to Me!

    Few resources exist to assist the learner of Kaurna, the language of the Adelaide Plains, South Australia. This Kaurna Learners’ Guide, Kulurdu Marni…

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  • Reviving the Barngarla Language: TV news item

    Click on the link below to view the SBS TV World News Australia story  “Reviving the Barngarla Language” featuring Professor Ghil'ad…

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  • Barngarla Language Research Trip to Canberra, February 2013

    The first Barngarla language research delegation to AIATSIS, Canberra, took place from 11-15 February 2013. The delegation was organized by Professor Ghil'ad…

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  • Waniwa and Karina Lester and Yankunytjatara students

    MLT holds Yankunytjatjara Language Intensive Course, January 2013

    With the Yankunytjatjara language being highly endangered and at risk of no longer being spoken, the MLT held a four day Yankunytjatjara Wangka (language)…

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  • LtoR Karina Lester, Rose Lester, Pat Warrior-Reed, Dean Hodgson, Don Balaz

    Bilby Award Winners

    Each year the South Australian Community Broadcasting Association (SACBA) hands out Bilby Awards for the most outstanding broadcasts on community radio…

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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.

Nganampa Wangka Radio

On the airways every Friday from 3-4pm.


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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