21 March 17

Radioactive repeat: federal radioactive waste "Groundhog Day" increases uncertainty

A small town on South Australia’s Eyre Peninsula is again in the frame as a site for Australia’s nuclear waste despite being ruled out of consideration less than one year ago because of deep community concern and opposition to the plan.

07 March 17

All is not as it should be: Fukushima

A radio documentary about the ongoing human and environmental impact of the Fukushima nuclear disaster.

06 March 17

Days away from a state election, light years away from responsibility

Serious concerns about radioactive waste contanimation of groundwater.

14 February 17

Australia/Ukraine uranium deal – because Fukushima turned out so well

Australia, the nation that fuelled Fukushima, should not sell uranium to the country that gave us Chernobyl.

07 February 17

A responsible global citizen would not sell uranium to Ukraine

Australia, the nation that fuelled Fukushima, should not sell uranium to the country that gave us Chernobyl.

16 December 16

Regina McKenzie, Flinders Ranges

"We don’t want a nuclear waste dump on our country and worry that if the waste comes it will harm our environment and muda (our lore, creation)"

30 November 16

Major parties push a losing uranium sector to India at great risk

With little fuss or fanfare, Australia's two major parties have this week passed an innocuous enough sounding law with very far reaching implications.

28 November 16

On shaky ground: Australian uranium and Fukushima

THE powerful earthquake that struck off the coast of Fukushima prefecture in Japan last week, is a stark reminder of the deep and continuing safety concerns following the 2011 nuclear disaster.

24 November 16

Uranium deal between Australia and Ukraine a bad idea

Auranium sales deal between the country that fuelled Fukushima and the one that gave the world Chernobyl doesn’t sound like a good one. And it’s not.