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Read the latest edition JUNE 22 of the special administration newsletter
Employment Opportunity
Co-ordination (Aboriginal Identified)
Court Action


ATLA Membership – Missing Contact Details
Can you help us to locate our missing members? Over the years ATLA has lost contact with many of our members who have changed address but have not updated their contact details.   Please take a moment to look over the attached list of members and if you recognise someone you know please ask them to email their contact details to   We apologise if this list displays the names of any deceased person.  ATLA will remove those names from the list if we are so advised.

About ATLA

The ATLA Aboriginal Corporation

The Adnyamathanha Traditional Lands Association (Aboriginal Corporation) RNTBC (ATLA) was registered on 12 February 2001.  ATLA is the Registered Native Title Body Corporate (RNTBC) for the Adnyamathanha Native Title.  A RNTBC is also known as a Prescribed Body Corporate or PBC.

ATLA represents Adnyamathanha people in all matters relating to land, culture, heritage and language.  It also manages Adnyamathanha people’s native title rights and interests in 41,000 square kilometres of land in and around the Flinders Ranges.  The corporation’s interests include national parks, Indigenous land use agreements and mining negotiations.

ATLA operates in accordance with its Rule Book.  The Rule Book provides a range of information to members, including:

         the objectives of the Corporation

         the powers and duties of members of the Corporation



         Core Groups and Council of Elders

         Appointment of Directors

         Finance and Record Keeping

         Code of Conduct

         Dispute Resolution

         Functions of Directors

         Auditing and Reporting

The ATLA Rule Book is currently under review and a new edition will be published prior to the end of special administration.

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The number of Aboriginal people who have COVID-19 continues to increase
There have been multiple outbreaks of COVID-19 recently in metro, regional and remote South Australia with many Aboriginal people diagnosed with COVID-19. Keep up to date with the news.