Barngarla in disbelief that site works at Napandee have commenced.
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Concerns grow over how the government will dispose of highly-radioactive waste produced by Australia's future nuclear-powered submarine fleet
Opponents of proposed dump site at Kimba in South Australia say it would be safer to keep the waste where it mostly is.
More than 100 opponents of a plan to build a national nuclear waste facility on the Eyre Peninsula in South Australia have rallied in Port Augusta.
Australia is accumulating more intermediate-level nuclear waste than previously thought, a new inventory has found, as the battle over a nuclear waste dump heats up.
Report prepared by the Conservation Council SA - The Proposed National Radioactive Waste Dump - Implications and Options for SA.