Vice President –
Raymond Broomhall, LLB GDLP
President, Registered Officer, Leader of the Party
Raymond Broomhall is a Barrister at Law and specialises in extremely complex matters and has repute for his lateral thinking and for finding solutions outside of the square. He revels in working on matters that have been placed in the ‘too hard basket’ by other legal practitioners. He is in high demand throughout the world for his work on electromagnetic radiation issues and is considered to be one of the leading advocates in this field. He has an extensive law library and a large collection of early colonial law which assists him greatly in widening his knowledge of the Common Law.
Raymond holds chambers at Michael Kirby Chambers, he is a member of the Australian Bar Association, Tasmanian Independent Bar, Law Society of Tasmania, International Society for the Reform of Criminal Law, International Lawyers Action Network and the J. Reuben Clark Law Society.
Raymond has appeared in the High Court including all Commonwealth Courts inclusive of the Full Federal Court and the Family Court. He has appeared in all Tasmanian Courts and various South Australian, New South Wales and Queensland Courts and has provided advice in all jurisdictions.
Sophie is the Treasurer of the party and holds a Cert III in Accounting. She has strong skills in office administration and customer service. She has held several long term positions in the private sector, the most recent being a fourteen year position in the area of payment dispute resolution.
Sophie is keen to help conserve the environment. In 2019 she organized and hosted a local screening of ocean-environmental film Rubber Jellyfish and has also been involved with Greenpeace. Sophie is very interested in health, wellbeing and natural therapies and in the last decade gained valuable first-hand knowledge in this area whilst recovering from health issues.
When opportunity presents, Sophie gets out and creates awareness in her community about the health implications of 5G and about how we can challenge its safety on health grounds. She has been involved in two community efforts to oppose cell towers.
Sophie believes that an ongoing and rapid decline in regard for the health of humans and the environment will be what awaits us – unless we take action now.
Bachelor of Arts Degree (Macquarie University)
Cert III in Accounting (TAFE)
With this experience, Nick appreciates the importance of work, health, and safety requirements working in heavy industry.
Nick joined the No5G Party Committee because as a Father and husband he is passionate about health and wellbeing. He has concerns about the deployment of wireless technologies closer to homes and schools, and the related health issues and how this may impact his family and the wider community.
Nick volunteers his time in the community and holds the position of Secretary at his local Church. Born and raised in the Illawarra region, Nick is a novice gardener, and enjoys swimming and listening to reggae music.
Tim’s professional qualification is in the field of Nuclear Medicine which involves the study of radiation safety and protection. Combined with over 25 years’ experience in education and the health sector, he has a sound understanding of the effects of radiation on health.
Since 2014 as a Geovital Geobiologist Tim has assessed numerous homes and businesses throughout Adelaide and South Australia. He also provides EMF mitigation advice on house plans and can assess the land before a house is built. He is available for public speaking on EMF mitigation to improve health and wellbeing.
Samantha is a parent who loves learning and wants to make the world a better place in as many ways as she can. Supporting the health and safety of herself, her family, and others continues to motivate her to ‘be the change’, and she is keen to collaborate with other like-minded individuals.
Samantha has researched health related matters, and being concerned about radiation dangers, discontinued using her mobile phone in 2020. Research into Health related issues inspired her to manage an autoimmune condition and the health of her family with minimal medical intervention, to explore dietary and lifestyle options, to question the directions of others, and has also led her partner and herself to choose to homeschool their younger children.
Samantha has a Certificate III in Children’s Services, a Working with Children Check, and is in the process of completing a Certificate VI in Community Services. She has also started studying Project Management this year.
Samantha loves reading, sunbathing, walking and yoga, and gardening with a preference for permaculture, and plans to be involved with developing an eco-village in the near future.
Daniel Taylor is a Western Australian raised in a working class family. He knows the value of good ethics and commitment. Daniel places a high importance in life to helping others, especially the most vulnerable in society.
Daniel has long recognized the lack of true and proper representation of the people’s will by those elected to do so. He recognises the need to support candidates who would truly seek out the will of their electors and fight in parliament accordingly.
Daniel founded the NO WIFI IN SCHOOLS campaign in early 2019. To raise awareness and strive for the protection of our community’s children and the wider community from the harms posed by wireless radiation. Daniel soon after joined a network of Australians seeking solutions.
Dave has been a technician across various fields for the past 20 years including Audio, Electronics and more recently Telecommunications, Cabling and EMF Testing. Dave is committed to assisting clients who are interested in remediating their exposure to electromagnetic fields.
Dave joined the No5G Party Committee after seeing how many people with environmental illnesses, such as electromagnetic hypersensitivity, are not easily able to have their illness recognised or receive assistance in Australia. Dave offers his technical understanding from two decades of working as a technician and more recently continuing his formal education, to assist the No5G Party with the technical matters behind radio, electronics and telecommunications.
Diploma Telecommunications Engineering (Lidcombe TAFE), Registered Telecommunications Cabler (TITAB), Electromagnetic Field Testing Technician (ACES).
Mike is the web developer for the No5G Party. He has worked for 20 years in the news media industry in Sydney, with experience in distribution logistics. He has also worked in various factory and warehouse logistics jobs over the years.
Having misspent much of his youth and disposable income in video arcades, Mike’s interest in computer games has expanded to include graphics, animation, music and web design.
Mike has experience in analogue audio and video technology and is expanding his skills to include digital audio and video. He is also interested in space exploration, science fiction, and classic rock music.
Mike believes that all life is sacred and needs to be protected, especially from dangerous technologies like wireless 5G that are being forced upon us and the environment without any regard for safety.