Azara Blog: June 2006 archive summary

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  1. Cambridgeshire guided bus scheme given money by central government (30 June 2006)
  2. Cycling pressure group whines that not enough money is going to cycling (30 June 2006)
  3. Sustainable Development commission produces more hot air (30 June 2006)
  4. Efficient lighting systems could greatly reduce carbon emissions (29 June 2006)
  5. US Supreme Court rules against Bush over Guantanamo (29 June 2006)
  6. Court rules against the government's "control orders" (28 June 2006)
  7. Government gives itself powers to steal houses from private owners (28 June 2006)
  8. Germany allegedly to set lax carbon emission targets (27 June 2006)
  9. Three bankers to be extradited to America with no evidence (27 June 2006)
  10. The countryside allegedly prospers if superstores not allowed (26 June 2006)
  11. People allegedly willing to pay more for PCs containing fewer chemicals (26 June 2006)
  12. British public allegedly want longer shopping hours on Sunday (25 June 2006)
  13. Human activity has had negative impact on other species (25 June 2006)
  14. Lib Dem leaflet on "affordable" housing and car-sharing club (24 June 2006)
  15. Recycling glass allegedly a net negative to the environment (24 June 2006)
  16. Blair thinks suspects should have no rights (23 June 2006)
  17. Antarctica being invaded by foreign species (23 June 2006)
  18. White-tailed eagles getting killed by Norwegian wind farm (23 June 2006)
  19. MPs do not think much of current system of parking enforcement (22 June 2006)
  20. Gordon Brown wants to waste more money on nuclear weapons (22 June 2006)
  21. More idiotic Cambridge transport planning (21 June 2006)
  22. Catholic church wants abortion limit reduced (21 June 2006)
  23. UK beetles allegedly in danger of dying out (21 June 2006)
  24. Residents of Horningsea and Fen Ditton do not want sewage works (20 June 2006)
  25. IVF allegedly good for the UK economy (20 June 2006)
  26. Environmental impact of rural and urban life (19 June 2006)
  27. Soft focus rhetoric from Cameron on the family (19 June 2006)
  28. Norway starts work on new global seed bank (19 June 2006)
  29. Butterfly species created in the lab from two other species (18 June 2006)
  30. Australia to present "proof" that whaling is cruel (18 June 2006)
  31. Van Gogh and Britain: Pioneer Collectors (17 June 2006)
  32. Bill Gates stepping aside (16 June 2006)
  33. World's oceans allegedly in trouble (16 June 2006)
  34. Artic sea level allegedly falling (15 June 2006)
  35. Night flights allegedly more damaging to the environment (15 June 2006)
  36. Bush creates large marine reserve in Hawaii (15 June 2006)
  37. Houses in England and Wales will be given energy rating (14 June 2006)
  38. Bush blathers more on Iraq (14 June 2006)
  39. A new proposed Research Assessment Exercise for universities (13 June 2006)
  40. Lib Dems take their ball and go home (13 June 2006)
  41. World Heritage sites and climate change (12 June 2006)
  42. Someone else wants to kill grey squirrels (12 June 2006)
  43. Bush official thinks suicides are a PR exercise (11 June 2006)
  44. Another International Whaling Commission vote coming up (11 June 2006)
  45. Gordon Brown seems to support nuclear power (10 June 2006)
  46. World Cup 2006 campaign starts for England (10 June 2006)
  47. Royal Academy Summer Show 2006 (10 June 2006)
  48. Two alleged terrorists released without charge (09 June 2006)
  49. al-Zarqawi killed in Iraq (08 June 2006)
  50. Ming Campbell marks 100 days as leader with a poor speech (08 June 2006)
  51. Europe probably colluded with America in "secret" torture flights (07 June 2006)
  52. Some coral reefs might be able to adapt to rising temperatures (07 June 2006)
  53. Portugal to build world's largest solar power station (07 June 2006)
  54. Some UK business leaders want "tough" action on climate change (06 June 2006)
  55. Cambridge business leader wants southern bypass (06 June 2006)
  56. Police start to waffle about "terrorism" raid in London (05 June 2006)
  57. The world's desert ecosystems are allegedly in trouble (05 June 2006)
  58. Cambridge business leaders don't want "congestion" charge (05 June 2006)
  59. White male chosen as Tory by-election candidate (04 June 2006)
  60. Ikea to start charging for plastic bags in the UK (04 June 2006)
  61. Civil service trade unionist whines about the government blaming them (03 June 2006)
  62. Some Tory policy group proposes allowing left turn at red lights (03 June 2006)
  63. Lib Dems want to extort car drivers further (02 June 2006)
  64. Cambridge bureaucrats waste money analysing congestion charge (01 June 2006)
  65. Marshall's wins large aircraft maintenance contract (01 June 2006)

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