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WIA receives well wishes from around the globe

Date : 18 / 05 / 2010
Author : Jim Linton - VK3PC

A number of IARU radio societies have written to the Wireless Institute of Australia to extend their best wishes and congratulations on its Centenary. These are being received by the WIA President Michael Owen VK3KI and are being progressively posted to a special page on the WIA website, you can click the following Link to visit the page.

Here are a few of them.

The IARU Liaison Officer for the Finnish Amateur Radio League - SRAL - Jukka Heikinheimo OH2BR said the WIA is one of the world's most respected national amateur radio associations. It has developed into a modern organisation representing the radio amateurs of Australia.

RSGB General Manager Peter Kirby G0TWW on behalf of the RSGB President, Board and Members said the Centenary is a wonderful achievement. He commented that it would not have been reached without the outstanding commitment of many thousands of volunteers who have worked tirelessly for the WIA over the past 100 years.

Irish Radio Transmitters Society President, Paul Martin EI2CA extended best wishes to all on the occasion of the Centenary celebrations and acknowledged the work of the Wireless Institute of Australia. He added that the IRTS will be raising a glass to toast the WIA during its celebrations in Canberra.


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