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Issue 27

Thumbs down for nuke dump: time for rethink?




The decision last week by the NLC to withdraw from the court action to secure a home for our nuclear waste needs to be turned to advantage. While the NLC is hinting at an alternative and no doubt considering a steady income to the benefit of all their constituents could there be a better solution?


'Alice water plan out of sight & mind of locals'





We are concerned that changes to the Alice Springs Water Allocation Plan (ASWAP) as prescribed by Councillor Steve Brown are being developed in Darwin, out of sight and mind of Alice Springs residents, writes JIMMY COCKING (pictured) of the Arid Lands Environment Centre (ALEC).


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