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SA once again targeted for nuclear waste dump
www.onlineopinion.com.au

Last Friday the government announced its preferred site for a national radioactive waste dump, near Hawker in South Australia's Flinders Ranges. The site was nominated by former Liberal Senator Grant Chapman, who holds a long-term lease over the …

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Donald Trump Says He's 'Wasting Time' on Republican Rivals
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And while his last comment on women's health was a veiled swipe at Hillary Clinton, he took his line on "Crooked Hillary" one step further when linking her to the Iraqi government. "How stupid are we?" Trump asked rhetorically of America's past foreign …

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The Government's Battle Against Opioid Addiction is Important. It's Also Wasteful.
www.huffingtonpost.com

By now, the government has tested cocaine, Angel Dust, and crystal meth on mice, monkeys, and other furry friends countless times over (and we at the White Coat Waste Project have the proof). We know drugs are bad for you. Yet the experiments remain on …

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Andhra Pradesh medical Eamcet may go waste
www.deccanchronicle.com

This situation will arise if the Supreme Court disallows the plea of the AP government to exempt the state from joining the National Eligibility cum Entrance Test this year. Close to 1 lakh candidates wrote the test in AP and a few centres in Hyderabad.

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Adios, Yucca: Tapping the private sector for nuclear waste in Texas
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The First Word Energy team draws on Bloomberg's worldwide resources to cover all aspects of energy policy. Learn how Bloomberg Government can help your energy lobbying or policy analysis—contact Peter Hsu at yhsu24@bloomberg.net or …

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Australia's first nuclear waste dump to be located on former Liberal senator's …
www.smh.com.au

Australia's first nuclear waste dump will be located in a remote part of South Australia, on land partly owned by a former Liberal senator. Resources Minister Josh Frydenberg confirmed the government's intention to acquire 100 hectares of Barndioota …

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India's boom leaves a pile of waste behind
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Over the last decade, the Indian government has taken up a number of initiatives to augment the country's waste management infrastructure. Under the Jawaharlal Nehru Urban Renewal Mission, the government of India funded 49 solid waste management …

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