UK Health Newswire Archive
29-05-2006 10:44Under John Callcutt, the new CEO of English Partnerships, house builder and property developer, Crest Nicholson Plc, evicted a Family of 7 from their own home. Amid new city speculation of a 'take over', Bovis Homes Plc has been sent an invitation to understand the implications.
26-05-2006 17:07Government website Talk to Frank has gone into overdrive with 'The Parents Drug Test.' (1)
24-05-2006 11:32At a meeting in Oxford Town Hall this evening, on the mental-health consequences of UK immigration policy, the following statement was passed unanimously:
23-05-2006 23:18Neighbours From Hell. What they are, what they do. A survey of 10,000 plus victims of NFH carried out by the only volnuntary body that offers practical advice to victim shows what they do to their victims
22-05-2006 15:01If anyone is interested in doing a "first aid for activists" training please book a place on the course by replying to this email or emailing firstname.lastname@example.org
21-05-2006 21:20Your support is needed to show Oxford City Council that Temple Cowley Swimming Pool should not be closed. You can now sign the petition on-line - click on the website address at the end of this article.
21-05-2006 20:48Dear Friends,
The Defra public consultation period is now over and the Government's new waste strategy is going to be formulated. There is still plenty of opportunity to influence the final outcome by showing how strongly we feel against incineration, how harmful it is and how it affects global warming, a major point on the Government's agenda at present. However, we are not going to be able to influence the Strategy on our own, no matter how strong any one local group shouts.
19-05-2006 17:17They may not be doctors and nurses, but the low paid cleaners, caterers and porters are just as vital to the running of Broad Green and the Royal Liverpool hospitals. And they are not being given their full entitlement of wages.
19-05-2006 07:09CHEMTRAILS - In Law, Policy, and Practice.
17-05-2006 12:17The British mining company Monterrico Metals owns the Rio Blanco copper/molybdenum deposit, located in Northern Peru. Rio Blanco will become Peru's second largest copper mine. The project threatens farmers and biodiversity. Confrontations with the police close to the mining site resulted in casualities on two occasions. The AXA group is the largest investor in Monterric Metals. According to Netwerk Vlaanderen, institutional investors that respect bacic human rights in their investment policy should disinvest from Monterrico Metals.
16-05-2006 09:54The UK government is currently running a consultation on the regulation of nanotechnology. The only proposal on the table is a voluntary notification scheme for new nanotech products. This will give nanotech companies free reign to introduce nanomaterials into consumer products - unlabelled, untested and unregulated