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28 October 2016

The second Citizens’ Jury reconvenes tomorrow, with around 350 randomly selected South Australians resuming their discussions over the state’s potential future involvement in the nuclear fuel cycle.

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26 October 2016

View the photo highlights from the nuclear state-wide consultation program which visited over 100 locations across South Australia to consult with communities on the findings and recommendations of the Royal Commission's Report.

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17 October 2016

As the nuclear state-wide engagement program enters its final weeks, the Get to Know Nuclear team will travel to five regional locations across South Australia over the next five days.

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9 October 2016

Environmental, indigenous, scientific, commercial and regional issues were the central theme of deliberations and debate on the second day of the nuclear Citizens’ Jury in Adelaide today.

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9 October 2016

The nuclear state-wide consultation program continues this week, visiting a number of metropolitan and regional centres including four Aboriginal communities.

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8 October 2016

Premier Jay Weatherill today opened the second nuclear Citizens’ Jury, telling around 350 randomly selected South Australians that they are playing an important role in the state’s future.

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6 October 2016

Metropolitan Adelaide will again this week have the opportunity to participate in the state-wide program with a dedicated consultation at Westfield Tea Tree Plaza Shopping Centre.

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20 September 2016

Adelaide's northern suburbs will this week have the opportunity to participate in the state-wide program with a dedicated consultation stand at Munno Para Shopping City.

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19 September 2016

Premier Jay Weatherill is on his way to Finland to visit what will be the world’s first deep geological disposal facility for used nuclear fuel.

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19 September 2016

Eight locations around South Australia will be visited this week as part of the nuclear state-wide consultation program making its way to 100 metropolitan, regional and Aboriginal communities. Read more.