Recent Updates

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Decision: Get to know nuclear: discover, discuss, decide.

10 July 2016

Premier Jay Weatherill has received a report from the first Citizens’ Jury on the nuclear fuel cycle, which will now set the agenda for the state-wide consultation starting later this month. Read more>>

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Decision: Get to know nuclear: discover, discuss, decide.

9 July 2016

The nuclear Citizens’ Jury is edging closer to its final report, with today spent focusing on key topics they consider important for all South Australians to consider and discuss. Read more>

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Decision: Get to know nuclear: discover, discuss, decide.

7 July 2016

The Citizens’ Jury into the Nuclear Fuel Cycle has called more than 20 witnesses to appear this weekend to assist with their final report into the state’s possible expansion of nuclear activity. Read more>>

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Decision: Adelaide to Zero Carbon Challenge

30 June 2016

Climate change presents significant challenges for South Australia. South Australia’s Climate Change Strategy 2015-2050 provides a call to action to address the challenges of climate change.

One of the six goals of the Strategy is for the City of Adelaide to become the world’s first ‘carbon neutral city’. This is a joint initiative of the State Government and the Adelaide City Council.

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Decision: Get to know nuclear: discover, discuss, decide.

28 June 2016

View the photo highlights from the first weekend of the Nuclear Citizens' Jury as 50 South Australians came together to identify which parts of the Royal Commission Report the community need to discus in more detail over the coming months.

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Decision: Get to know nuclear: discover, discuss, decide.

26 June 2016

The Nuclear Citizens’ Jury has today heard from eight experts who shared their insights into one of the most important decisions facing the state. Two panel discussions today tackled the topic “What’s important to discuss as we consider SA’s future & whether we should deepen our involvement in the Nuclear Fuel Cycle”. Read more >>

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Decision: Get to know nuclear: discover, discuss, decide.

25 June 2016

The first Citizens' Jury marks the beginning of a comprehensive state-wide consultation program. A group of 50 randomly selected South Australian citizens came together for the first time today to discuss South Australia’s future role in the nuclear industry. Read more >>

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Decision: Get to know nuclear: discover, discuss, decide.

24 June 2016

A group of eight eminent Australians will this weekend contribute to one of the most important decisions facing the state when they take part in an expert panel as part of the Citizens’ Jury into the Nuclear Fuel Cycle. Read more >>

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Decision: Get to know nuclear: discover, discuss, decide.

4 June 2016

The first meeting of the Nuclear Fuel Cycle Royal Commission Consultation and Response Agency (CARA) Advisory Board this week heard an overview of the state-wide engagement program and the community response to date. Read more>>

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Decision: Get to know nuclear: discover, discuss, decide.

29 May 2016

Almost 1000 South Australians have already registered their interest in being on the first Citizens’ Jury, the start of a state-wide consultation process on South Australia’s future involvement in the nuclear industry. Read more>>

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Decision: Get to know nuclear: discover, discuss, decide.

29 May 2016

Over 100 sites across more than 60 South Australian towns will be visited during an extensive three month state-wide nuclear engagement program later this year. Read more>>

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Decision: Get to know nuclear: discover, discuss, decide.

17 May 2016

A message from The Hon Jay Weatherill, Premier of South Australia with his response to the release of the Nuclear Fuel Cycle Royal Commission report. Read more>>

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Decision: Get to know nuclear: discover, discuss, decide.

12 May 2016

Letters to 25,000 randomly selected South Australians will be received in the post tomorrow inviting them to take part in the first Citizens’ Jury, part of a comprehensive state-wide program on our State’s involvement in the nuclear fuel cycle. Read more>>

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Decision: Get to know nuclear: discover, discuss, decide.

10 May 2016

All South Australians will have the opportunity to put forward their views on South Australia’s involvement in the nuclear fuel cycle over the coming months, with a detailed consultation process on the Royal Commission’s findings unveiled today. Read more>>

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Decision: Get to know nuclear: discover, discuss, decide.

9 May 2016

The Final Report of the Royal Commission into the Nuclear Fuel Cycle has been publicly released by Premier Jay Weatherill. The report makes 12 key recommendations regarding the deepening of South Australia’s involvement in the nuclear fuel cycle, including pursuing the establishment of nuclear fuel and intermediate level waste storage facilities in South Australia. Read more>>

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Decision: Get to know nuclear: discover, discuss, decide.

5 May 2016

Tomorrow, the Nuclear Fuel Cycle Royal Commission will complete its investigation into increasing South Australia’s involvement in the nuclear fuel cycle, and present its final report to the Governor at 2:30pm. Read more>>