PHAA NT: Angela-Pamela

Event Date: 
Wed, 07/05/2008 - 13:00 - 14:00
Alice Springs

(See also notice for evening public meeting on same day).

The Northern Territory Branch of the PHAA is hosting a lunchtime presentation regarding the proposed Angela and Pamela uranium deposits located 25 kms south of Alice Springs.

Dr Gavin Mudd – hydrogeologist, civil & environmental engineer, Monash University, Melbourne will be giving the presentation.

Australian Nuclear Free Alliance

Event Date: 
Thu, 28/08/2008 - 18:00 - Sun, 31/08/2008 - 18:00
Near Darwin

MAPW representatives will assist with planning and participate in the annual meeting of the Australian Nuclear Free Alliance, an alliance between environmental and Indigenous groups committed to ongoing support for Indigenous people defending country, culture and communities from the nuclear industry.

Angela Pamela U-mine meeting

Event Date: 
Wed, 07/05/2008 - 18:00
Alice Springs

A Public Meeting on proposed uranium exploration at the Angela Pamela deposits will be held In Alice Springs. 

The meeting will inform on the significant implications of uranium exploration and mining, and discuss options for community engagement and response.

The keynote speaker will be Dr Gavin Mudd, a civil engineering lecturer at Monash University.

Dr Rosalie Schultz

Position within MAPW: 
Former Secretary, Northern Territory Branch

n [dot] t [at] mapw [dot] org [dot] au
or via MAPW Executive Officer: (03) 9023 1958 or 0431 475 465

Professional Qualifications: 
Current field of medicine: 

Dr Schultz is the Director of Clinical Services, Anyinginyi Health, Aboriginal Corporation, Tennant Creek N.T.

Special areas of interest: 
Public health, international health and Aboriginal health


"I am committed to working for the improvement of the health of the most disadvantaged people, in Australian and around the world."

Northern Territory

The Northern Territory Branch is active on local nuclear issues, especially as they relate to Indigenous people. Members have queried the planning for radiological emergencies in relation to uranium mining, and in relation to proposals for a nuclear waste dump in the territory.

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