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Deputy Secretary of the Department of Resources, Energy and Tourism threatened by a 15 year old's school speech

Scott Ludlam 16 Aug 2012

(Question No. 1955)
Senator Ludlam asked the Minister for Resources and Energy, upon notice, on 5 July 2012:

(1) Is the Minister aware of the 29 June 2012 report (ntnews.com.au) regarding the Deputy Secretary of the Department of Resources, Energy and Tourism, Mr Martin Hoffman, raising concerns with St. Ignatius College, Riverview, New South Wales after a boarder from Tennant Creek addressed students about the Governments plan to build a nuclear waste dump at Muckaty.

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Acting on Muckaty before the Federal Court challenge is complete

Scott Ludlam 16 Aug 2012

(Question No. 1966)
Senator Ludlam asked the Minister for Resources and Energy, upon notice, on 20 July 2012:
Given the response received in the answer to question on notice no. 1889 concerning the declaration of Muckaty in the Northern Territory as the final location for the proposed nuclear waste site under the National Radioactive Waste Management Act 2012, will the Minister delay the declaration of Muckaty as the site until after the Federal Court of Australia case is resolved.

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Question on Notice on uranium exports

Scott Ludlam 5 Apr 2012

(Question No. 1566)
Senator Ludlam asked the minister representing the Minister for Resources and Energy, upon notice, on 27 February 2012:
(1) Has the department provided advice to the Minister, the Ministers office or the New South Wales Government or its agencies regarding uranium deposits or the development of the uranium sector in that state; if so:
(a) to whom and when was the advice provided; and
(b) can this advice be supplied.
(2) What is the current status of Australia's involvement in the Global Nuclear Energy Partnership (GNEP) initiative.

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Fight to stop Muckaty nuclear waste dump “just getting started”

Scott Ludlam 13 Mar 2012

The Australian Greens today vowed to step up the campaign against the planned nuclear waste dump at Muckaty Station in the Northern Territory.

The Greens spokesperson for nuclear issues, Senator for Western Australia Scott Ludlam, said Labor and the Coalition colluding to pass the National Radioactive Waste Management Bill in the Senate today was "just the beginning of the next phase in the campaign to stop this waste dump".

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Labor attempts to sneak nuclear waste dump under the radar

Scott Ludlam 27 Feb 2012

Labor's attempt to pass widely-opposed nuclear waste dump legislation under the cover of their leadership squabble is cynical and shameless, the Australian Greens said today.

Greens spokesperson for nuclear issues Senator Scott Ludlam said Labor wants to pass the National Radioactive Waste Management Bill behind the fog of the leadership dispute because the law is "completely rotten".

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