Azara Blog: June 2009 archive summary

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  1. A new agricultural research centre opens in Norwich (30 June 2009)
  2. The government should be building houses where people want to live (30 June 2009)
  3. The Royal Society thinks the peasants should eat cake (30 June 2009)
  4. Orchard Park (Arbury Park) is not very well designed (26 June 2009)
  5. The UK government fights for the citizens of China over emissions (26 June 2009)
  6. A Brief History of Time will allegedly be remembered in 150 years (26 June 2009)
  7. Cambridge stops a hotel from being built on Newmarket Road (26 June 2009)
  8. The government should invest in roads more than rail (19 June 2009)
  9. Manchester Against Road Tolls exhorts Cambridge to drop its scheme (18 June 2009)
  10. The latest climate projection for the UK (18 June 2009)
  11. Brown launches another likely pointless Iraq inquiry (15 June 2009)
  12. Men are allegedly more likely to die of cancer than women (15 June 2009)
  13. Baroque exhibition at the Victoria and Albert Museum (12 June 2009)
  14. Doctors want to prevent older women from having children (12 June 2009)
  15. Labour tries to tie future governments to its poverty goals (12 June 2009)
  16. Tim Berners-Lee wants UK government data opened up (12 June 2009)
  17. Policymakers have their transport energy usage sums wrong (09 June 2009)
  18. Hilary Benn thinks dates on food should be removed (09 June 2009)
  19. Cambridge businesses do not support a "congestion" charge (09 June 2009)
  20. The winner of the EU Parliamentary elections was apathy (08 June 2009)
  21. Faith-based school admissions allegedly divisive (08 June 2009)
  22. Summer Show at the Royal Academy (06 June 2009)
  23. Labour does poorly in local elections (06 June 2009)

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