Mar 5, 20148 Comments
Japan has reinvested in nuclear power, even though the Fukushima power plant is still not safe. Freelance journalist David Donaldson says developing nations are just getting started with nuclear.
CrikeyAug 24, 2011
In today's Media Briefs: wow the world's newspapers covered Libya ... Front Page of the Day ... Bad Gaddafi headline of the Day ... News Corp. downgraded on threat from "powerful enemies" ... and more ...
Ben SandilandsAug 3, 2011152 Comments
More gravely serious truths about the severity of the Fukushima nuclear power plant disaster following the earthquake and tsunami of March 11 have emerged.
Jun 1, 20112 Comments
Attempting to censor a public already starved of meaningful information on the threat posed to their long-term health seems counter-productive, writes Dan Bray, a freelance journalist and former Japan resident.
Glenn DyerMay 31, 201111 Comments
Up to two thirds of the current 54 reactors will be offline or shut for inspection in the next couple of months.
Andrew DoddMay 19, 20114 Comments
There is speculation inside the corridors of Victoria’s largest power generator that it could be forced to a sale as a result of the nuclear disaster in Japan.
Glenn DyerMay 13, 20114 Comments
According to Japanese media reports, there seems to have been a partial or substantial meltdown of the fuel rods in the No.1 reactor at Fukushima.
Glenn DyerApr 21, 20114 Comments
This week two reactors planned for Texas and four in Italy have been shelved or cancelled in what is the most dramatic fallout so far for the industry outside of Japan's Fukushima disaster.
CrikeyApr 14, 20117 Comments
Crikey readers have their say on nuclear disasters and carbon tax compensation.