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October 23 – Dubbo, NSW – Public Meeting – Risks associated with radioactive exploration and mining.
Group gets proactive about radioactive risks of project, Daily Liberal 10 Oct 14, “…….Uranium Free NSW has invited speakers to a community discussion on the risks associated with radioactive exploration and mining. Yesterday David Mould, one of the organisers, stood in Dubbo’s main street and handed out leaflets inviting local residents to attend……..
“When I started to raise awareness of this I was pretty much expecting to get run out of town,” he said.
Mr Mould said yesterday’s goal was to “get people talking about the issue”.
“The only information we are getting is from people with a stake in the business,” he said.
“We’re inviting some people to the cultural centre who are going to give us some of the less financially-oriented facts.”.
Those listed on the forum’s line-up included environmental engineer Dr Gavin Mudd, who specialised in the mining sector, the Central West Environment Council’s Bev Smiles and Nat Lowrey, a campaigner on rare earths and the impacts of radiation on health…….Mr Mould urged members of the public to attend the forum at the Western Plains Cultural Centre at 6pm on October 23 to listen and make up their own minds. http://www.dailyliberal.com.au/story/2614988/group-gets-proactive-about-radioactive-risks-of-project/?cs=112
November 13 – Brisbane “Beyond Native Title” forum Musgrave Park We are asking all stake holders such as native title grouos and other organising bodies (such as Sovereign Union, OSTF, and all others) to join us o achieve exactly what Dr. Waters is suggesting here.http://thestringer.com.au/enough-is-enough-its-time-to-act-by-supporting-the-call-for-our-true-leaders-8873#.VEV0k2ddUnk. Please come, speak, listen, learn, educate and be a part of the solution!
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