LEADER... Moonta’s Tania Wanganeen has been studying and teaching Narungga for more than 20 years. LEADER... Moonta’s Tania Wanganeen has been studying and teaching Narungga for more than 20 years.

Tania Wanganeen keeping Narungga language alive

JOURNALIST: Karina Natt

FOR almost 20 years, Moonta’s Tania Wanganeen has been studying and teaching her native tongue.

It’s a labour of love with cultural empowerment of Narungga people the ultimate reward.

Tania was born in Clare and settled in Moonta with her son Fallon, now 26, after the birth of her daughter Jemika, 19.

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