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Even the US Marines know that the best laid plans go wrong
in the first 20 seconds and you better be prepared for anything to happen!


The Organizers of certainly understand that
concept intimately, having survived the first six weeks of operation.

The Defence Science and Technology Organisation (DSTO) today demonstrated its latest technology for undersea navigation and surveillance capability by taking an unmanned underwater vehicle (UUV) through its paces in Portland, Victoria.

Whales at risk for "scientific reasons"

Submitted by Editor on Fri, 15/10/2004 - 22:40

Hi K,

Hundreds of whales could be killed this year from "scientific whaling." We have a way for you to take action and discuss this important issue. Thank you for receiving "Action," Care2's Environmental Alerts newsletter!

1. More than 1,400 whales expected to be killed this year
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(Altnews) Paradise Drowned: Tuvalu The Disappearing Nation

Submitted by Editor on Thu, 14/10/2004 - 20:17

Hi all,

There is a documentary on sea-level rise, climate change and Tuvalu on ABC Wednesday 13th October, 9:30pm.

(Greens-Media) Fremantle to unwelcome nuclear ship

Submitted by Editor on Tue, 28/09/2004 - 19:21

Federal Fremantle Greens candidate and member of the Fremantle Anti Nuclear Group, Nicola Paris, will be joined by peace and anti-nuclear activists tomorrow (Tuesday) morning at the E-Shed Markets in Fremantle to 'unwelcome' the nuclear powered USS Stennis and its battle group.

Seven million dead dolphins - help stop the killing

Submitted by Editor on Fri, 24/09/2004 - 00:41

Hi K,

Seven million dead dolphins. It's a number almost too large to comprehend. But that's how many dolphins have died since the late 1950's from being caught in fishing nets to ultimately drown or suffer severe injuries. Dolphins, one of the most intelligent marine mammals, were tracked by fishermen, tangled in nets, and left to die, all for the tuna industry.


Submitted by Editor on Tue, 21/09/2004 - 01:43

"The Australian Government must negotiate in good faith to set fair maritime boundaries with East Timor consistent with principles of international law" Ms Tucker said today.

The Greens NSW have urged environmentalists and commercial tuna fishers to remain vigilant against the supertrawler Veronica, warning the death ship may yet sweep into Australian waters.

PNG Gossip Newsletter - 6 Sep 2004

Submitted by Editor on Mon, 06/09/2004 - 22:06

**** Papua New Guinea Gossip Newsletter ****



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