The lengthy process to find a more permanent home for Australia’s low-level nuclear waste has likely received its last rites this week with the Federal Court upholding a complaint from the Barngarla people about the process at Napandee, on South Australia’s west coast.
The nearby town, Kimba, lays claim to being ‘halfway across Australia’ and while it is a small community, it exhibits the spirit of many small towns in this country – a willingness to give things a go and to seize an opportunity where it presents itself.
To counter the tired cliché of activists who insist that ‘you wouldn’t want...
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