Bob Katter says small country towns and remote indigenous communities are the perfect locations for a nuclear reactor to power Australia into the new decade. The rogue Federal MP earmarked the north-western Queensland towns of Doomadgee, Normanton and Burketown for a new power plant. He told the Townsville Bulletin he chose these locations due to their proximity to vast deposits of uranium, small populations and the very low chance they will be targeted by terrorists. The controversial 74-year-old said while he did not personally endorse nuclear power, shutting down debate around the issue was ‘childish’.
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