First voice to parliament decided after votes counted

By Savannah Meacham
Updated March 29 2024 - 2:20pm, first published 2:16pm
South Australian Minister for Aboriginal Affairs Kyam Maher has celebrated the election. (Michael Errey/AAP PHOTOS)
South Australian Minister for Aboriginal Affairs Kyam Maher has celebrated the election. (Michael Errey/AAP PHOTOS)

The first people to make up an Indigenous voice to parliament in Australia have been elected with the South Australian advisory body set to start mid-2024.

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