$16M To Clean Up Munitions

A clean-up of unexploded military ordnances nationwide is costing taxpayers more than $16 million, by defence department estimate. The department identified nearly a thousand locations nationwide with unexploded artillery shells and other dangerous debris: ‘Anything from shells to plastic explosives and tear gas tablets’.

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