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Australia’s uranium industry has long been a source of trouble. Now it is increasingly in trouble.
A radioactive spill at a uranium mine in Kakadu sets off more alarms for a troubled industry, writes Dave Sweeney.
Queensland government handover of national parks to Traditional Owners will benefit the Cape.
Western Australia's premier must face the facts and leave his dream of industrialising the Kimberley behind.
Queensland government plans to cut environmental protections to massively develop Cape York Peninsula.
This week the Australian Uranium Association and other nuclear industry hopefuls will head to western Queensland for the Mining the Isa conference.
For the past three years, the question of how to streamline project approval processes has dominated conservation policy debates.
In the current election campaign both the major parties have strikingly similar visions for the Northern Territory – and either of them could have been penned by the mining industry, writes Graham Tupper.
Former Prime Minister Bob Hawke gained some airtime in the crowded pre-election public arena with his well-worn call for Australia to host the world's radioactive waste.
Nuclear waste made an impression on the media over the weekend when Bob Hawke came out in favour of using Australia as a nuclear waste dump.
It's like the economy and the environment are being kept in separate cages of a zoo in this year's election, says ACF's Director of Environmental Campaigns, Paul Sinclair.
On the anniversaries of the bombing of Hiroshima and Nagasaki, Dave Sweeney examines Australia's ongoing role in the global nuclear industry.
Radioactive waste management is difficult, but secretive deals made without Aboriginal Traditional Owners' full consent is even more worrying, writes ACF's Dave Sweeney.
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