Nuclear

Symposium: South Australia’s Nuclear Past, Present and Future

Saturday, 8 September 2018. 10am-4pm Allan Scott Auditorium, Hawke Building UniSA City West Campus, 55 North Tce, Adelaide This one-day symposium will shed light on South Australia's nuclear history and related environmental and social effects: ranging from the British atomic tests at Maralinga in the 19505 and 1960s, to the ...
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Feds name Nuclear Ports

On August 2nd, David Noonan wrote: The Federal gov. has named Whyalla or Port Pirie as a potential required Nuclear waste transport Port, to requisition for waste transit - on to either of the Kimba or Hawker nuclear dump sites under consideration (Fed's have now also named a new Eyre ...
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Nuclear Waste ballot delayed

The ballot of residents in Kimba and Hawker, designed to guagesupport for teh proposed dump, has been delayed. It was to start Monday Aug 20th, but will be deferred until arguments from Traditional Owners are heard in the Supreme Court The Federal Government has short-listed two sites near Kimba and ...
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Feds exaggerate the “benefit” of Nuclear waste Dump

20 August: A new report into the claimed economic benefits to regional communities of the Federal Government nuclear waste facility has found the government has exaggerated the benefits, and not properly factored in insurance costs and other risks. “This whole process has been poorly conducted and horribly divisive from day ...
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Don’t Bank on the Bomb!

2018 report Don’t Bank on the Bomb now available! Maaike Beenes, co-author, writes — This report, produced by PAX, a member of the Nobel Peace Prize winning International Campaign to Abolish Nuclear weapons (ICAN) is the only report detailing the global investments by financial institutions in companies producing nuclear weapons. ...
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