"It shouldn't be denial. It should be taking ownership of it, dealing with it and rectifying, and paying people out that need the money for medical bills and their properties."
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Fish ban 'too late' for Aboriginal families at contaminated Darwin creek
A Senate inquiry recommended blood tests for workers on Defence bases and residents potentially affected by contamination.