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Ngarrindjeri woman Deb Moyle is facilitating consultations with kinship and foster carers to develop a plan to ensure young children remain connected to Aboriginal culture in the child protection system. Photo: Supplied

Aboriginal women working for cultural connection in child protection system

A group of five Aboriginal women and two men been tasked by the Department for Child Protection to develop a new model for Aboriginal children in out-of-home care to keep them connected to their culture.


"The law stands": A-G won't boost SA's mandatory reporting laws

As a defiant Catholic Archbishop Philip Wilson prepares to fight his conviction for concealing child sexual abuse, South Australian Attorney-General Vickie Chapman says there is no need to bolster the state’s new mandatory reporting laws, despite several church leaders suggesting they would not adhere to them if it meant breaking the seal of confession.