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This week marks a significant anniversary in a landmark battle to protect a people, and a place. Justin O’Brien and Dave Sweeney explain.
The federal government has delivered a stiff slap in the face to due process and evidence-based policy development by ignoring an unambiguous red light on planned uranium sales to India
The government should pay heed to the findings of the JSCOT report and not be rushed by those with poor track records and overt atomic agendas
In late 2015 we have no national waste facility nor have we identified a possible future site. And we have a ship that is literally bringing this issue back home at a rate of knots.
A week-long fire in the World Heritage listed Kakadu has caused significant environmental damage and threatened Aboriginal art and cultural sites
As Industry Minister Ian Macfarlane prepares to announce a shortlist of possible sites to host Australia’s radioactive waste, challenges facing the goal of responsible radioactive waste management remain
A year ago this week a small group of Traditional Owners of country in the Northern Territory won a big victory
Land clearing in Queensland threatens biodiversity and threatened species - it urgently needs proper environmental regulations to be followed
Ancient Indigenous rock art on the Burrup Peninsula in WA has been de-registered it as a sacred site
Newman’s legacy was to reverse, wind-back and dismantle more than a decade of environmental protection.
Against the backdrop of Australia and India squaring up in the World Cup cricket, the two nations now face a test with much graver consequences.
The opportunities, employment options and services that remote Aboriginal communities provide our wider nation are being ignored.
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