June 2010
Nuclear Waste News;6/7/2010, Vol. 30 Issue 11, p2
The article reports on the concern of Indigenous Australians about the selection of the national radioactive waste repository site near Tennant Creek in the Northern Territory. Senior elders of the Ngapa clan group say that they were not consulted about nominating the land for the repository on the defunct Muckaty cattle station. It further states that the repository would threaten a sacred male initiation site.


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