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Aboriginal Traditional Owners speak out against Yeelirrie uranium mining approval

 
17 Jan 17  
The West Australia Nuclear Free Alliance and Traditional Owners of the Yeelirrie area have spoken out against the Environment Minister decision to approve the Yeelirrie uranium mine. 192 kata lagi

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YEELIRRIE URANIUM APPROVAL SETS DANGEROUS EXTINCTION PRECEDENT

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 BY SARAH GEORGE ON JANUARY 17, 2017

State and national environment groups condemn yesterday’s decision by the Environment Minister to approve the Yeelirrie uranium mine, which the EPA recommended be rejected in August 2016. 316 kata lagi

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In an act of ?religious faith, Western Australian govt backs uneconomic uranium industry

Yeelirrie uranium mine approval defended by Albert Jacob amid environmental fears, ABC News 18 JAN 17  By Briana Shepherd and Sam Tomlin Western Australia’s Environment Minister has defended his decision to back Canadian mining company Cameco’s Yeelirrie uranium project, despite the environmental watchdog advising against it.  297 kata lagi

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Cameco defends decision to tell analysts they were wrong, but sees oversupply issues fading

Cameco Corp. is more optimistic about long-term demand for uranium than it it has been for five years, a top executive said Thursday after its stock price tumbled following the company’s unusual warning to analysts they were too bullish on the company’s 2016 performance. 552 kata lagi

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Cameco layoffs underscore need for northern economic diversification: Belanger

Cameco Corp.’s decision to cut 120 mining and milling jobs at its northern Saskatchewan facilities reveals a flaw in the government’s plan to rely on it to supply northerners with jobs, according to an NDP politician representing the province’s uranium-rich north. 498 kata lagi

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Uranium producer Cameco continues to feel pain

CALGARY – A global oversupply of uranium, partly brought on by the closures of dozens of nuclear reactors in Japan, continues to buffet Cameco as the Saskatoon-based miner issues pink slips and warns investors that its financials are worse than expected. 437 kata lagi

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