This submission to the South Australian Nuclear Fuel Cycle Royal Commission emphasises the potential contribution that expanding Australia’s involvement in the nuclear fuel cycle could make to Australia’s economic growth and supported the early and comprehensive development of new regulatory frameworks in relation to: further processing and manufacture of uranium, including fuel leasing; electricity generation; and management, storage and disposal of nuclear waste.
Submission to Nuclear Fuel Cycle Royal Commission
Much needed step, more certainty needed
Today’s easing of restrictions is welcome relief for Victorians and the rest of the country, Business Council chief executive Jennifer Westacott said.
Inexplicable delay is devastating for Victorians
Business is at a loss to understand why Victorian authorities are unable to put effective controls in place like those in NSW to allow people to live and work alongside...
Asia Taskforce Discussion Paper No. 03: A Forgotten Advantage: Enabling Australia's Asian-Australian and Diaspora Communities
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