Resources

Here you can find a selection of documents too large for the body of the site, but essential reading for a more complete understanding of the Mirarr story.

Contents

Annual report

 

Submissions and Findings

Title Author Summary Download
Submission to the House of Representatives Standing Committee on Industry and Resources Inquiry Developing Australia's Non-fossil Fuel Energy Industry. Gundjeihmi Aboriginal Corporation GAC submission to the House Inquiry into Developing Australia's Non-fossil Fuel Energy Industry. Download [pdf]

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Gundjeihmi Aboriginal Corporation oral introduction to Senate inquiry into Environmental Regulation of Uranium Mining
[1 October 2002]
Gundjeihmi Aboriginal Corporation Gundjeihmi Aboriginal Corporation oral introduction to Senate inquiry into Environmental Regulation of Uranium Mining, 1 October 2002 Download [pdf]
Submission to Senate Environment, Communications, Information Technology and the Arts References Committee Inquiry into the Environmental Regulation of of Uranium Mining
[August 2002]
Gundjeihmi Aboriginal Corporation Gundjeihmi Aboriginal Corporation Submission to Senate Environment, Communications, Information Technology and the Arts References Committee Inquiry into the Environmental Regulation of of Uranium Mining, August 2002 Main: Download [pdf]
Appendices: Download [pdf]
Information for the Twenty-Sixth Session of the World Heritage Committee, Budapest, Hungary
[April 2002]
Gundjeihmi Aboriginal Corporation Mirarr submission to the 26th Session of the World Heritage Committee Download [pdf]
CASE STUDY: Jabiluka Uranium Project, Kakadu Region, Australia
[April 2002]
Dave Sweeney Case study on Jabiluka submitted to Bali PrepCom IV The Fourth Preparatory Committee Meeting Minister Level for World Summit on Sustainable Development Download [pdf]

Reference Documents, FAQs and Educational Supplements

Title Author Summary Download
Review of Water Management at Jabiluka: Environmental Issues and Recommendations
[December 2001]
Dr Gavin Mudd Comprehensive review of Water Management at Jabiluka as at December 2001 Download [pdf]
We are not talking about mining
[March 1999]
Gundjeihmi Aboriginal Corporation The history of DURESS in the Jabiluka project Download [pdf]
Download [rtf]
Mirarr Fighting For Country
[October 1999]
Gundjeihmi Aboriginal Corporation Secondary Schools Information Kit: Comes in three modules  
Module 1 : Timeline: This document provides an up to date history of the Mirarr people's fight to stop Ranger and Jabiluka from the outset of Uranium exploration in the Top End. Download [pdf]
Module 2 : The Facts: This document contains frequently asked questions and answers about the Mirarr and the Jabiluka Campaign. Download [pdf]
Module 3 : Statements: This document contains a statement from the Mirarr Senior Traditional Owner, Yvonne Margarula and the resolutions passed against the development of the Jabiluka mine by the European parliament. Download [pdf]

Media Coverage, Articles, Speeches and Other Documents

Title Author Summary Download

Clan puts in $1m for child welfare breakthrough
[August 28th, 2013]

David Wood NT News coverage of Childrens Groudn funding announcement Download [pdf]

ABC Darwin Drive Children's Ground Transcript
[August 28th, 2013]

ABC Darwin radio Interview on ABC Darwin with GAC's Justin O'Brien about Chldren's Ground announcement Download [pdf]

ABC radio news transcript
[August 28th, 2013]

ABC Darwin radio News story about Children's Ground announcment Download pdf
       
ABC-TV 18/4/02
[April 2002]
  Claims of environmental breaches threaten Ranger mine Download [pdf] Download [doc]
ABC NT Radio
[April 2002]
  Discussion on a recent uranium spill from the Ranger mine Download [pdf]
Environment: Ranger and Jabiluka Uranium Mines
[March 2002]
Senator Trish Crossin Speech by Northern Territory ALP Senator on incidents at Ranger and Jabiluka Download [pdf]
Address to PHAA Conference
[September 1999]
Gundjeihmi Aboriginal Corporation Speech transcript from Jacqui's Address at the PHAA Conference (Sept 29, Carlton Hotel Darwin) Download [pdf]
Download [doc]

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