Hundreds march against nuclear dumping in South Australia via 9news

Hundreds of land owners have converged in Adelaide’s city centre to resist the South Australian government’s plans for two nuclear waste dumps in the state’s north.

Groups opposing the government’s plans to store high-level waste from other countries have flooded the steps of Parliament House in Adelaide’s CBD.

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Aboriginal Congress SA chairman Tauto Sansbury said people need to understand what building nuclear waste dumps means for future generations.

“We are talking about the importance of country and the preservation of culture and safety of our peoples,” Mr Sansbury said.

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