Queensland government slaps uranium sector in the face, refuses to say why ...
And why is it that other Labor governments around Australia (think Jay Weatherill in South Australia) are encouraging investment in the sector while Queensland Labor is dragging the chain. If there hasn't been an application to mine for the stuff, then ...
Comment: Australia and India face a graver test than cricket
The uranium agreement with India weakens Australia's nuclear safeguards standards, increases the chances of Australian uranium finding its way into Indian weapons and would lead to further undermining of nuclear checks and balances. If the uranium ...
Slow start to uranium exploration in NSW
NSW may have opened up the state to uranium exploration but only one company has submitted an application to search for the metal. While the ban on uranium mining in NSW has not been lifted, the government wants to better understand the extent of the ...
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Will Australia's uranium miners benefit from China's tilt to nuclear power?
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This is the first concrete sign that the Chinese nuclear industry is springing back to life. Australia's most important trading partner has approved the construction of two nuclear power plants, which is a first since the Fukushima disaster in March ...
Forte Energy on the prowl for more uranium opportunities
Investor confidence shaken after QLD uranium mining ban
The Queensland government's decision to ban uranium mining is in stark contrast with South Australian Labor premier Jay Weatherill who last month called for a royal commission into increasing Australia's uranium industry potential. West Australia also ...
Australia's Queensland State Wants to Ban Anew Uranium Mining
Uranium mining ban will drive uncertainty, investors warn
Ban on uranium mining in Queensland to be introduced by Palaszczuk ...