We exist to create economic independence and equal opportunity
for Aboriginal people.

Our ALPA Member Stores

Our Member Stores are 100% owned and operated by ALPA and create surplus to be reinvested back into our communities.

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Author: Dave Gatley

Catching up with Karina Wunungmurra

We recently caught up with Karina and followed up on her time with ALPA.

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Author: Eddy Alder

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ALPA Higher Education Hub helping Yolngu teachers

Caprice Gaykamangu, a member of the ALPA Higher Education Hub in Ramingining, has started delivering weekly culture and language lessons in Yolgnu Matha to her Year 3 and 4 classes.

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Author: Eddy Alder

CDP Ramingining supporting culture with new activity "Kulture Keepers"

The Kulture Keepers Activity embraces the cultural duties and tasks that many community members have to enact on a daily basis.

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Author: Eddy Alder

ALPA delivers school based traineeships in Warliburru

six students in Minyerri are completing a school-based traineeship at their local store hoping to secure employment straight after school.

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Author: Eddy Alder

Ramingining Takeaway makes a Comeback

Ramingining takeaway has seen a great improvement in healthy sales over the past few months.

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Author: Sarah Funston

Latest News

  • Shrinking Sugary Drinks

    To support our customers to drink less sugar, the ALPA Board agreed to pilot a ‘pack size reduction’ strategy on the highest selling sugary drinks. This strategy will complement the suite of sugar reduction policies already in place across our stores. Read more

  • Tracking our nutrition efforts

    The ALPA Nutrition Team and Retail Analysts have collaborated with Menzies School of Health Research to build live, interactive reports on the Microsoft BI platform. These reports provide insights into fruit and vegetable, drink, and overall sugar sales performance and purchasing trends for each store. Read more

  • Gapuwiyak Women's Camp

    Community Nutritionists reflection on the Gapuwiyak Women’s Camp run by Growing Up Strong Kids (GUSK) program. The camp focused on health and wellbeing but mostly it was an opportunity for women to be out on country and enjoy each other’s company. Read more

  • Ramingining Takeaway makes a Comeback

    Ramingining takeaway has seen a great improvement in healthy sales over the past few months. Read more