Maralinga could be flagged as nuclear dump site, opponent says in wake of SA royal commission

Maralinga could be flagged as nuclear dump site, opponent says in wake of SA royal commission

ABC Less than four months after land used for nuclear testing in the 1950s was officially handed back to its traditional owners in full, nuclear is back on the agenda at Maralinga in South Australia. Most of Maralinga's 103,000 square kilometre lands were handed back to the Maralinga-Tjuarutja people in the 1980s, and in 2009, a 3,000 square kilometre site known as Section 400 that had been heavi…

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