Azara Blog: June 2005 archive summary

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  1. Oceans becoming more acidic (30 June 2005)
  2. Hedgehogs in decline (30 June 2005)
  3. Pregnant women being sacked (30 June 2005)
  4. Nuclear is bad, all other renewables are good (29 June 2005)
  5. Chesterton railway station (29 June 2005)
  6. Religious leaders call for debt relief (28 June 2005)
  7. France gets ITER nuclear fusion site (28 June 2005)
  8. Cambridge University writes to its alumni and alumnae (27 June 2005)
  9. If ... We Stopped Giving Aid to Africa (26 June 2005)
  10. Euan Blair heading to Washington (26 June 2005)
  11. Debt relief and the G8 summit (26 June 2005)
  12. Seymour Hersh visits Britain (25 June 2005)
  13. Sampling of the UK motorway network (24 June 2005)
  14. Father's depression linked with son's emotional problems (24 June 2005)
  15. A new charter for techie women in UK universities (23 June 2005)
  16. Supermarkets allegedly bad for the universe (23 June 2005)
  17. International Whaling Commission annual meeting (22 June 2005)
  18. EU CO2 emissions rose in 2003 (22 June 2005)
  19. Urban Design in Cambridge: Challenges and Opportunities (21 June 2005)
  20. Congestion charging on the railways (21 June 2005)
  21. Aviation and the environment (20 June 2005)
  22. Africa and climate change (20 June 2005)
  23. Vitamin D supposed to reduce risk of prostate cancer in men (19 June 2005)
  24. Nurses want even more housing subsidy (19 June 2005)
  25. Placebo effect possibly works for anxiety (18 June 2005)
  26. UN report on desertification (17 June 2005)
  27. Council tax revaluations (17 June 2005)
  28. Having friends allegedly makes you live longer (16 June 2005)
  29. Some groups under-represented in science in the UK (16 June 2005)
  30. Link between red meat and bowel cancer (15 June 2005)
  31. Japan and France looking into new supersonic plane (15 June 2005)
  32. Money in IT for girls (14 June 2005)
  33. UK government funds carbon sequestration project (14 June 2005)
  34. Mediterranean climate in England (14 June 2005)
  35. St Ives Council thinks little of proposed 60 mph A14 speed limit (13 June 2005)
  36. Imported animal diseases in Britain (13 June 2005)
  37. Robert Mallet-Stevens exhibition in Paris (12 June 2005)
  38. Some painkillers allegedly increase risk of heart attack (10 June 2005)
  39. Nuclear power stations allegedly not linked to childhood cancer (10 June 2005)
  40. Cambridge speed limits set to drop (10 June 2005)
  41. Environment Agency report on the UK environment (09 June 2005)
  42. Darling gives a speech on road pricing (09 June 2005)
  43. Cambridgeshire Horizons open meeting (08 June 2005)
  44. British countryside allegedly under threat (08 June 2005)
  45. Wind farms pose low risk to migrating birds (08 June 2005)
  46. Jane Fonda visits Cambridge (07 June 2005)
  47. Carbon neutral lifestyle (07 June 2005)
  48. Science academies want action on climate change (07 June 2005)
  49. China allegedly spending too much money on its military (06 June 2005)
  50. Exeter allegedly has a bland high street (06 June 2005)
  51. Heathrow Airport set for further expansion (06 June 2005)
  52. Road pricing coming to Britain (05 June 2005)
  53. Swiss voters say yes to the 21st century (05 June 2005)
  54. More exhibitions in London (05 June 2005)
  55. UN releases atlas of satellite images of the planet (04 June 2005)
  56. Hosepipe ban being introduced in parts of England (04 June 2005)
  57. Toxic chemicals can have effects down the generations (04 June 2005)
  58. More money is needed for global seed banks (03 June 2005)
  59. BA attacks BAA over Stansted levy (03 June 2005)
  60. Correlation found between childhood leukaemia and high voltage lines (03 June 2005)
  61. Endangered species allegedly at risk in eastern Europe (02 June 2005)
  62. The CIA funds American anthropology students (02 June 2005)
  63. Ben Verwaayen gives lecture in Cambridge (01 June 2005)
  64. The Dutch also tell the EU to get lost (01 June 2005)

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