Adder: N-Base Briefing, June 2002

City: Shetland, UK
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Dounreay asks for a big discharge 1 Jun
Silo concerns 1 Jun
Discharge objections 1 Jun
Monitoring for particles 1 Jun
Tritium danger levels 1 Jun
Waste evidence 1 Jun
Start up 1 Jun
Public concerns 1 Jun
Waste plan 1 Jun
Flushing out particles 8 Jun
Terrorist target 8 Jun
B30 cause concern to regulators 8 Jun
No increase in cancer 8 Jun
Decommissioning strategies 8 Jun
Finnish reshuffle 8 Jun
Norwegian money for safety 8 Jun
Tests failed 8 Jun
Ships arriving 8 Jun
Iodine tablets 8 Jun
Nuclear train in accident15 Jun
Safety concerns15 Jun
Depot to be sold15 Jun
Golf course notice15 Jun
Regulator's concerns at Dounreay15 Jun
BNFL changes15 Jun
Account controversy15 Jun
Earthquake15 Jun
Court decision15 Jun
Ships arrive15 Jun
New report confirms threat to Sellafield fathers22 Jun
Dounreay waste a quality product22 Jun
Reactors to close early22 Jun
Security overhaul22 Jun
Dounreay fire22 Jun
Radioactive scrap imported into Scotland22 Jun
Reduced testing22 Jun
Australian fault22 Jun
Dealing with waste is the key22 Jun
Off-site parking problems22 Jun
Planning permission22 Jun
13-year thyroid study22 Jun
But court action continues22 Jun
Decommissioning law22 Jun
Mox fuel or waste22 Jun
State of emergency declared22 Jun
Problems with the Uk's intermediate waste30 Jun
Chernobyl health effects under estimated30 Jun
Ship safety30 Jun
Lightning strike30 Jun
Magnox problem30 Jun
European evidence30 Jun
No moral judgements30 Jun
Announcement30 Jun
Ceasium lost30 Jun
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