UK Health Newswire Archive
23-07-2005 14:36The scientific director of Europeans for Medical Progress today spoke strongly against the building of the proposed primate experimentation lab in Oxford. The lab's construction has so far been halted for just over a year by popular protest.
22-07-2005 13:59A local resident has complained to Yahoo! UK about the inclusion of a "Bikini babes gallery", explaining the way in which it contributes to unhealthy attitudes and relations between men and women. The letter is copied below.
21-07-2005 12:29An excellent and inspiring article by members of the M.E community which identifies the similarities between that of the case of Sir Roy Meadows (and the professions attitude to him) and that of a another controversial 'world expert' who makes massive 'unprovable claims about the condition and which have had major consequences for PWME.
21-07-2005 06:13In interviews widely reported in the mainstream media last week, links between the men thought to behind the London bomb attacks and the Coca-cola company were exposed....
20-07-2005 15:04Lydd Airport on Romney Marsh Kent has announced plans to expand (Recently renamed 'London/Ashord Apt). The owner, an oil Sheikh who made part of his money from arms deals, wants it to be the 'Stanstead of the South' !
14-07-2005 17:44Years ago the non-corporate media gave coverage to health risks of aspartame - a product of Monsanto - now it's back in the mainstream headlines.
14-07-2005 01:40This may be the beginning of the most fascinating journey you have ever undertaken because it begins inside yourself.
11-07-2005 09:02Last minute details of the above event
10-07-2005 00:34A reponse to the most recent calamity to afflict the Leader of the Free World from the tired but beautiful folk of the G8 Bikeride
Peaceful fun atmosphere in the communal kitchen of the Healand Barrio
On Monday 4th July during the Carnival for Full Enjoyment in Edinburgh it became clear that the police were targeting the street medics for harassment and arrest. Medics were subjected to many stop and searches, five-six medics were arrested and their medic van seized. This pattern was repeated on some of the following days.
Indymedia spoke with two medics who had been arrested and mistreated on Monday 4th July. They received bail conditions that meant they had to leave the area and sign on at their local police stations every day until 10th July, thus removing them from the streets. We spoke to them just before they had to leave.
03-07-2005 13:53This workshop will take place at the Teviot Building at the University of Edinburgh, which is the Dissent convergence space here, between 4-6pm on Monday the 4th of July.