Helping a remote Indigenous community hold the NT Government accountable
Two hours southeast of Alice Springs sits the remote community of Santa Teresa, also known as Ltyentye Apurte to local Eastern Arrernte speakers. Established as a Catholic mission in 1953, Santa Teresa’s community these days is around 550 people.
It may be a small town, but it’s home to a proud community. Earlier this year Santa Teresa was named Australia’s 2019 Tidy Town.
It’s not the first time this proud Indigenous community has made headlines.