Jabiru Aboriginal communities are more at risk with uranium mine: research
This year, the Ranger uranium mine in Jabiru closed its doors, and the land was returned to its traditional custodians.
While this is a big win for the Aboriginal community, a new research found out the population is 50 per cent more vulnerable to cancer and stillbirths than in any other Aboriginal community across Australia.
Produced By: William McLean
Featured In Story: Dr Rosalie Schultz – Adjunct Senior Lecturer from the College of Medicine and Public Health Centre for Remote Health at Flinders University, and Reuben Cooper – Chairperson of the Red Lily Health Board
First aired on The Wire, Friday, 06 August 2021