Two small towns in regional South Australia have been divided for more than two years over support for a radioactive waste management facility. The Federal Government has shortlisted three sites which could become the location for a facility that would permanently hold low-level nuclear waste and temporarily store intermediate-level waste. Two of these sites are at Kimba, on the Eyre Peninsula, while a third is near Hawker, in the northern Flinders Ranges. In recent visits to the two towns, Resources Minister Matt Canavan held open forums for the first time, where locals could directly ask him questions.
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The head of the Adnyamathanha Traditional Lands Association says the majority of Adnyamathanha people have been denied a vote on a proposed radioactive waste management facility near the town of Hawker in the Flinders Rangers.
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