A renewed nuclear arms race, rising greenhouse gas emissions and the emergence of state-sponsored disinformation campaigns have left the modern world as close to annihilation as it was at the height of the Cold War, atomic scientists say.
Australia's leaders are under growing pressure to sign a new treaty for nuclear disarmament. But it won't work and will leave Australia dangerously exposed, write Ashley Townshend and Madelyn Creedon.
With Donald Trump pulling the US out of a key nuclear treaty with Russia, and China on the rise, is it time for Australia to start thinking about nuclear weapons? And what would be the cost?
The Human Rights Commission is asked to decide whether an Aboriginal group should have a say on the location of a proposed nuclear waste dump in regional South Australia.
A community vote on the proposed nuclear waste dump on South Australia's Eyre Peninsula is delayed after the Barngarla people win a court injunction.
Highly radioactive used nuclear rods that fuelled a decade of research in Australia left for France on Saturday night in a top-secret operation, but will eventually be brought back to our shores.
Thousands of patients could face delays in getting tested for cancer and other life-threatening conditions after a breakdown at the only reactor that produces Australia's nuclear medicines.