Author Archives: Stop Smart Meters Australia

New documentary on 5G and health premieres: ‘Something is in the Air’

Is radiation from your mobile phone or telecommunication towers harmful for your health?  Or the environment?   Are scientific conclusions tied to the interests of those who fund the studies?  How do governments make sure the radiation stays within healthy … Continue reading

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‘Havana syndrome’ blamed on pulsed microwaves | BBC News

The UK’s national broadcaster, the BBC, has been told that there are now hundreds of reports of ‘Havana syndrome’, spanning every continent.  Described as a mysterious illness that has struck American diplomats and spies, it first emerged in Cuba in … Continue reading

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Payphones are now free phones

Telstra announced earlier this month that charges no longer apply to local or national calls to a fixed line or Australian mobile number from payphones.  This means that anyone can now use one of the 15,000 payphones still remaining across … Continue reading

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Capacity of electromagnetic fields to affect biological functions confirmed by WHO International EMF Project report

The World Health Organization (WHO) commenced the International EMF Project in 1996 to investigate health and environmental effects of electromagnetic fields between 0 and 300 GHz.  Australia is one of the participants in the Project and contributes financially to it. … Continue reading

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Why are Victorians still being denied meter choice?

A document received from a Stop Smart Meters Australia (SSMA) member as a result of a Freedom of Information request has revealed that KPMG, the accounting firm engaged by the Victorian Government in 2019 to identify how to increase smart meter … Continue reading

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Check out the No5G Party!

The No5G Party, an Australian political party focused on safeguarding health from electromagnetic radiation, has released a 2.3 minute promotional video. Please share! The No5G Party is Australia’s only political party whose platform solely centres on regulation of 5G and … Continue reading

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Green Party of California Statement on 5G

The Green Party of California calls on [U.S.] Federal, State, and local representatives to: 1) first and foremost, apply the Precautionary Principle to the development and deployment of 5G, as a philosophical and legal lens to all innovations with the … Continue reading

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Environmental sensitivities have made it to the second round of the disability access to premises review!

Congratulations to everyone who submitted feedback, during the discovery phase of the Disability (Access to Premises – Building) Standards review, about the difficulties that people living with environmental sensitivities have in accessing public buildings.  It paid off – we’ve been heard!   … Continue reading

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No5G Party registered as a Federal political party!

The No5G Party was officially registered as a political party by the Australian Electoral Commission (AEC) on 5 January 2021.  It intends to nominate and endorse candidates for elected public office in Commonwealth, state and territory parliaments and local government … Continue reading

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A national disgrace – Federal Government squandering $29 million on 5G JobMaker Digital Business Plan

The Government’s 2020-21 budget heralded its goal of Australia becoming a ‘leading digital economy by 2030’ with funding of $29.2 million promised to accelerate the rollout of 5G networks across Australia.  Following on from this, round one for what has … Continue reading

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