Supreme Court Action to Stop Yeelirrie uranium mine and uphold environmental law.

This is an incredible undertaking by three strong Tjiwarl women who are trying to protect important cultural heritage sites that are part of the Seven Sisters Dreaming songline.

Take a look at the video below and make a donation here

WA Uranium threat from Senator Scott Ludlam

Latest Videos on the proposed Mulga Rock uranium mine

Latest Videos on proposed Yeelirrie uranium mine (Film by Rez Nez)


Latest Videos on proposed Kintyre uranium mine

Full interviews – lodged with the Office of the Appeals Convenor August 2014 – dismissed by State Environment Minister Jan 2015.

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Port Adelaide is one of two ports in Australia where uranium is exported… they’ve had enough – they also have an increased rate of cancers in the area compared to the rest of the state. They say no to uranium exports from Kintyre going through their streets.

WA’s biggest National Park is facing it’s biggest challenge

Royalties for Regions not Radiation

The latest news on the proposed uranium mine at Wiluna.

Walkatjurra Walkabout – Kado

Kado Muir explains the history of Yeelirrie and the resistance the uranium mining there. Just days before BHP Billiton sold the Yeelirrie deposit to Canadian company Cameco for US$430 million.

The people affected by the British atomic weapons tests at Emu Fields and Maralinga in the 1950′s and 60′s remain haunted and deeply impacted by those memories. This short film extracts the memories of Aboriginal elders who experienced the fallout, alongside those memories of Australian atomic veterans who helped set up and execute those fateful and deadly tests. Their memories mix and correlate, as they gaze across the same desert landscape half a century later.

The film’s world premiere screening was recently held at the 2nd International Uranium Film Festival in Rio, Brazil on the 30th June 2012.

By Jessie Boylan, Anthony Kelly & Genevieve Fry

Glen Cook EPA Appeal

Glen Cook a Traditional Owner living in Wiluna speaks up about uranium mining in WA from the ongoing peace walk the “Walk Away From Uranium Mining Towards Aboriginal Sovereignty”.

It is a 10 week walk through the deserts of Western Australia to stop the new mine Toro energy plans for Wiluna and to gather community support and educate the public about the dangers of uranium mining and radiation.

The first WANFA meeting was held in Kalgoorlie in 2010- hear from the experts and the voices from the community about their concerns about uranium mining.

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