Wireless broadband operator iBurst and a community in Fourways, north of Johannesburg, are at loggerheads over the construction of a base station that some residents of the neighbourhood claim is resulting in serious health problems.
The tower, at Fourways Memorial in the small suburb of Craigavon, was switched on on 12 August 2009. Since then, residents who live close to the iBurst facility have reported skin rashes, headaches, vomiting, sleep disorders, fatigue, upset stomachs, tinnitus and other health conditions.
A residents? group has claimed that the problems are directly related to electromagnetic radiation.
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I?ve just got back from Wellington on another matter (the Supreme Court recall application re Justice Wilson?s under-disclosure to us and to his colleagues about his business interests with lawyer for the other party in the Saxmere case) and received the long awaited Select Committee Report into EMR.
This was initiated by Sarah Allen?s petition to Parliament following Telecom?s proposal to build a celltower next to Atawhai Playcentre.
The people spoke and were listened to!!!!
There is still more to be done- including getting some of the many highly competent community voices onto the Interagency Committee and the NZS2772:1 replaced with a more precautionary standard that represents best international practice.
This is a huge step in the right direction for our children and the public of New Zealand
Well down everyone. Its been a big few days. Time to celebration!