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Severe corrosion threat to plutonium transport ships

Press release | 29 June, 2002 at 2:00

Serious corrosion that potentially risks the structural integrity of the entire fleet of nuclear freighters operated by British Nuclear Fuels has been revealed in information sent to the UK Government.

Nuclear site in Takahama

Image | 1 July, 2002 at 3:00

Nuclear site in Takahama, Japan, under heavy guard for loading of rejected plutonium MOX fuel, which is being returned to the UK by ship.

The Japanese nuclear industry at Takahama

Image | 1 July, 2002 at 3:00

The Japanese nuclear industry at Takahama loading BNFL plutonium mox fuel to be returned to Sellafield, UK in July 2002.

Norman Askew

Image | 1 July, 2002 at 3:00

Norman Askew, Chief Executive of BNFL, is wanted for crimes against the planet.

Norman Askew

Image | 1 July, 2002 at 3:00

Norman Askew, Chief Executive of BNFL, is wanted for crimes against the planet. You can get your own BNFL WANTED poster below.

British nuclear freighters depart Japan en route to UK

Feature story | 4 July, 2002 at 2:00

A British freighter carrying enough plutonium to make 50 nuclear bombs is now on route through the Pacific ocean. The ship will pass South Africa then up to the Irish sea before reaching its final destination at a nuclear reprocessing facility in...

Protests against British Plutonium ship as it arrives under Japanese armed escort in...

Press release | 4 July, 2002 at 2:00

British nuclear transport ship arrives in Takahama to collect reject plutonium fuel for return to the UK.

Surrounded by Japanese police and coast guards

Image | 4 July, 2002 at 3:00

Surrounded by Japanese police and coast guards Greenpeace inflatables protest beneath kites from the Mv Arctic Sunrise

Watched by Japanese police

Image | 4 July, 2002 at 3:00

Watched by Japanese police ,the Greenpeace ship 'Arctic Sunrise' and inflatables protest in Uchiura bay, beside the Takahama nuclear plant.

Greenpeace and local groups in Suva

Image | 5 July, 2002 at 3:00

Greenpeace and local groups in Suva, Fiji demonstrate, on July 5th 2002, the Pacific people's opposition to plutonium shipments through the Pacific.

Greenpeace and community organisations in

Image | 5 July, 2002 at 3:00

Greenpeace and community organisations in Suva, Fiji demonstrate the Pacific people's opposition to plutonium shipments through the Pacific.

Opponents of nuclear transport set sail for rough weather and high seas vigil

Feature story | 7 July, 2002 at 2:00

What would possess a comfortably retired grandfather, a former rock musician, a chimney sweep and a tour guide to set out in small boats in some of the roughest waters in the world? What can unite the Pacific island nation of Fiji with the...

Boats set sail from Auckland to join the

Image | 7 July, 2002 at 3:00

Boats set sail from Auckland to join the flotilla that will protest British Nuclear Fuels plutonium shipment transport through the Pacific ocean.

New Zealand Prime Minister Helen Clark visits

Image | 7 July, 2002 at 3:00

New Zealand Prime Minister Helen Clark visits the flotilla before they sail to join other boats to protest against the BNFL Plutonium shipment being transported through the Pacific Ocean.

Possible plutonium security escort HMS Nottingham runs aground in rough weather off...

Feature story | 8 July, 2002 at 2:00

Shortly after a flotilla of small boats set out to protest a shipment of weapons-usable plutonium through the Tasman sea, a possible security escort, the HMS Nottingham, ran aground off the east coast of Australia.

New Zealand Prime Minister Helen Clark visits

Image | 8 July, 2002 at 3:00

New Zealand Prime Minister Helen Clark visits the Greenpeace flotilla before they sail to join other Greenpeace boats to protest against the BNFL Plutonium shipment being transported through the Pacific Ocean

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