Indigenous owners want a say in nuclear waste plans


The Federal government is using a postal ballot to decide which site to choose as a nuclear waste dump, but local indigenous landowners have found themselves locked out of the process. Last week the Barngarla Determination Aboriginal CorporationĀ  won a Supreme Court injunction against the District Council of Kimba, postponing the postal vote which was scheduled to be sent out last Monday. Their case will now be determined by the Human Rights Commission. Adjoining owners the Adnyamathanha people are also against the dump but many cannot vote.

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