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Dozens of people gathered in Alice Springs to protest against a nuclear waste facility and more uranium mining in the Northern Territory. Local candidates in this weekend's election stood alongside the protesters, chanting their opposition to a nuclear Territory. The protesters set up a giant inflatable waste barrel, attracting attention from passing motorists. Jimmy Cocking from the Arid Lands Environment Centre said the protesters wanted to raise the profile of the issue ahead of the election. "We are really concerned about Angela Pamela (uranium deposit) and getting that off the agenda, full stop, and also the Muckaty waste dump," he said. "We are really concerned about the transport of nuclear material from Roxby Downs coming through here as well." Labor, the Greens and Independent candidates were at the protest. _________________ An optimist is a person who sees a green light everywhere, while a pessimist sees only the red stoplight. . . The truly wise person is colorblind.” Albert Schweitzer
Posted: Mon 10 Sep - 16:08 (2012) Post subject: No NUke
Alas, the residents of Alice Springs have chosen CLP and therefore demonstrated that they are pro-nuclear The Arid Lands Environment Centre produce a "Political Party scorecard on nuclear issues" before the last elections. It shows clearly that the CLP is strongly pro-nuclear.
_________________ An optimist is a person who sees a green light everywhere, while a pessimist sees only the red stoplight. . . The truly wise person is colorblind.” Albert Schweitzer