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10 March 2017

Late last year the South Australian Government released its response to the Nuclear Fuel Cycle Royal Commission Report, outlining its support for nine of the Report’s 12 recommendations, including continued investigation of the opportunity to establish used nuclear fuel and intermediate level waste storage and disposal facilities in South Australia. Read more >

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15 November 2016

Premier Jay Weatherill has delivered the Government’s formal response to the Nuclear Fuel Cycle Royal Commission Report to State Parliament. Read more.

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14 November 2016

The State Government has decided that discussion should continue on a proposed nuclear waste facility in South Australia. Read more.

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6 November 2016

Premier Jay Weatherill has received a report from the second Citizens’ Jury on South Australia’s potential further involvement in the nuclear fuel cycle. 

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5 November 2016

Jurors at the nuclear Citizens’ Jury have penned their initial thoughts on whether they believe South Australia should consider storing and disposing of used nuclear fuel.

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4 November 2016

The nuclear Citizens’ Jury returns tomorrow for its final two days of deliberations. By Sunday afternoon, the group will produce a report to be presented to the Premier Jay Weatherill sharing their views on any potential future activities in the storage and disposal of high level nuclear waste from overseas.

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1 November 2016

View the photo highlights at the conclusion of the second weekend of the Citizens' Jury deliberations, which has seen the jury hear from a number of stakeholders and expert witnesses, before coming together to draft their initial report.

 

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30 October 2016

The nuclear Citizens’ Jury has produced a working draft outlining its initial thoughts and observations in response to the question: ‘Under what circumstances, if any, could South Australia pursue the opportunity to store and dispose of nuclear waste from other countries?’

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29 October 2016

The nuclear Citizens’ Jury has today heard from 32 expert witnesses on four key topics – trust, safety, economics and consent – as they discuss the state’s potential future involvement in the nuclear fuel cycle.

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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.