First members of SA Voice announced as counting begins

By Jacob Shteyman
Updated March 25 2024 - 6:05pm, first published 6:01pm
South Australia became the first state to legislate for an Indigenous voice to parliament a year ago (Matt Turner/AAP PHOTOS)
South Australia became the first state to legislate for an Indigenous voice to parliament a year ago (Matt Turner/AAP PHOTOS)

The first representatives elected to an Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander voice have been announced in South Australia as counting in the nation-first elections gets underway.

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