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2005 News Releases



Intruder Watch Update

27/ 07/ 2005   The New Zealand Intruder watch service has an estimated location for the wideband radar signal which has been wreaking havoc to the 40 and 80m bands of late.
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Latest on the Foundation Licence

22/ 07/ 2005   WIA President, Michael Owen, VK3KI, today made the following announcement
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FCC Proposes to Drop Morse Code Requirement for All License Classes

22/ 07/ 2005   In an historic move, the FCC has acted to drop the Morse code requirement for all Amateur Radio license classes.
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The Blue Mountains Radio Club Winterfest

22/ 07/ 2005   The Blue Mountains Amateur Radio Club will be holding WINTERFEST on Saturday August 27 2005 at the 1st Blaxland Scout Hall, Reading Street Glenbrook NSW.
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Results of the John Moyle Memorial National Field Day 2005

16/ 07/ 2005   Read the results of the John Moyle Memorial National Field Day 2005.
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BPL Correspondence between Buddecomm and the WIA.

15/ 07/ 2005   Paul Budde is a leading telecommunications industry analyst and, through his company Paul Budde Communications Pty Ltd, publisher of the BuddeComm E-newsletter.
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Amateur Licensees Among Shuttle Discovery Crew

14/ 07/ 2005   When the US space shuttle Discovery launches on its long-awaited "Return to Flight," its crew of seven will include six Amateur Radio licensees.
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A new Award from Italy, "The Fathers of the Radio Award"

13/ 07/ 2005   Erminio,IZ8AJQ reports that the ARI of Sala Consilina (SA) ITALY, has founded a permanent award "The fathers of the radio".
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A Memorial Service for Geoff Taylor, VK5TY

10/ 07/ 2005    Geoff passed away on June 21 while on holiday in Britain with his wife hristine, VK5CTY, Geoff was aged 75.
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The Karuah Valley Radio Group Examination Information

10/ 07/ 2005    The Karuah Valley Radio Group will be holding their next Amateur Radio exams on Saturday the 6 th of August 2005, at 10.00 am.
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A Tribute to June Fox who retired on July 1

05/ 07/ 2005   June Fox retired on July 1 after 18 dedicated years of service to amateur radio and the WIA.
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