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Uni insists finances sound after leaders' abrupt departure

The University of Adelaide insists there is “no risk” it will become insolvent and “no suggestion of financial impropriety” behind the sudden departures of its chancellor and vice-chancellor within 24 hours, as the State Government flags a radical plan to bring international students back to South Australia.

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Scarce urges SA nuclear waste dump - "as soon as possible"

South Australia will take a leap into the unknown with a nuclear future firmly on the agenda, after the release of the final report of the Scarce Royal Commission. The report emphasises the “safety” of increased participation in the nuclear fuel cycle – with a high-level global repository for spent fuel now a viable prospect – and the “significant and enduring economic benefits” to the local community.

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Nuclear deadline: 'The world is waiting on SA's decision'

Convinced that South Australia has an opportunity to harness a global coalition willing to invest in a safe storage solution for nuclear waste, a delegation of business and political leaders is winging its way back into Adelaide today after a whirlwind tour of sites in Europe – as Royal Commissioner Kevin Scarce prepares to hand his final report to the Weatherill Government tomorrow.