UK Health Newswire Archive
Save Spodden Valley campaign co-ordinator Jason Addy and web designer Alice Smith were invited to London by the Sheila McKechnie Foundation. The community campaign from Rochdale was nominated for the Consumer Action award sponsored by Which?
30-03-2006 20:17Come along to Long Eaton on Friday 31st March and tell the highways agency what you think of their plans to widen the M1.
30-03-2006 09:56In February Sheffield City Council announced a 165% increase in home care charges. The council wants to raise £1.7 million by increasing these charges so it can balance its budget.
30-03-2006 03:29The following is a letter by Stephen Fox to the FDA Commissioner ordering him to rescind the approval of aspartame as an artificial sweetener:
28-03-2006 15:14Cycling the wrong way down Brick Lane in East London today, I happened to notice a couple of bikes flying flags, chain to a lamp post. The bikes were rather unusual, double height custom jobs and the flags contained a URL for tallbiketourbritain.com which I guessed meant I'd come across some people on a bike tour. I started to write a note to leave on the bikes inviting them to the 12th anniversary London critical mass bike ride at the end of next month but the cyclists returned so I got to have a chat...
28-03-2006 15:13Bhopalis who walked 500 miles to meet Indian Prime Minister Manmohan Singh find themselves in jail
27-03-2006 15:16All welcome to this Thursdays special interest meeting.
Come find out more about London Rising Tide - a grassroots, direct action group fighting against climate change and for a sustainable future! We areholding a special meeting onThursday 30th March for people to come along and find out more about who we are and what we get up to.
21-03-2006 12:34The UK Action Medics will be running a one-day training on Saturday the 1st April at Matilda Social Centre, Sheffield.
20-03-2006 12:09The Gloucestershire Green party have made a submission to the Government's nuclear waste consultation which has just closed. Glos Greens also sent a representative to the recent Round Table discussion with the Committee on Radioactive Waste Management (CoRWM) in Bristol and have consulted with many experts to write the 35-page submission which has been described by other environmentalists as 'one of the best' on the issue (i).
Safety groups are concerned that drivers can be distracted by the illegal signs. Cyclists have expressed particular concern about Countryside Properties PLC advertising its Mayfield housing development.
19-03-2006 08:08Nine days after the start of the American president's 2003 "shock and awe" uranium bombing campaign in Baghdad, an invisible radioactive uranium oxide gas cloud swept through Britain's towns and countryside and throughout Europe.
Just finished a 10 minute short about the NAIL Campaign. Expect a higher quality screening version to be uploaded in a few days time. You can watch it on Youtube here.
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