The discovery of a rare bone artefact near the Lower Murray River casts more light on the rich archaeological record on Ngarrindjeri country in southern Australia. […]
Flinders University Senior Lecturer Christopher Wilson has become the first Indigenous Australian to graduate with a PhD in archaeology. Dr Wilson, a Ngarrindjeri man, has developed […]
Universities can play a positive and crucial role in the relationship between Indigenous communities and government.
The SA Government’s commitment to environmental restoration of the Coorong Lower Lakes grows out of a new model for agreements between governments and Indigenous people.
Evidence of life pre-dating the pyramids of Egypt will be used to shape an insight into the cultural life and society of the Ngarrindjeri people of South Australia.