UK Newswire Archive
Some time ago, an Australian reader in comments said "sometimes I print out the best articles from Indy and leave them on my seat when I step off the tram on my way into the city".
18-09-2005 20:06Demo at Hove Town Hall against Brighton Arms Dealers 4-6pm this Wednesday
18-09-2005 18:29five people were arrested late this afternoon for defying the ban on 'unauthorised protest' in parliament square under the new serious organised crime act legislation which became effective at the start of august this year
18-09-2005 18:2710,000 copies of an 8 page spoof of a local paper, 'East London Adversaries', covering the DSEi protests were delivered to about 90% of the Canning Town area.
A downloadable pdf of the newspaper is available here:
The East London Advertiser has responded to the paper claiming it's own design has been hijacked by anarchists and it's journalistic intergrity has been compromised.
18-09-2005 18:02What's the difference between supermarkets and Premiership football clubs? Not a lot.
This article was recently printed in a Slough Town Football Club programme.
On Monday 26th September, the trial of the George Fox 6 commences at Lancaster Magistrates Court. Six student activists face charges in a three day arising out of an action that took place at Lancaster University in September 2004 where protestors had gone into the George Fox building at the university to hand out leaflets and talk to people at the "Corporate Venturing" Conference - a networking meeting for multinational corporations. Speakers at the conference were drawn from controversial arms manufacturer BAE Systems, Shell and other companies the six say have 'long histories of human rights abuses and environmental destruction'. Police attended and told the protestors they were doing nothing wrong, but some months later they received summonses through the post. The defendants are seeking support at the trial.
18-09-2005 14:10The full list of arrests over the DSEi demonstrations.
18-09-2005 12:35There are some more URLs like this now on Indycymru.
The thing speaks for itself.
Manuel Bravo, a national of Angola living in Leeds was 'snatched' by immigration officials with his son Antonio on the morning of Wednesday 14th September. In the early hours of Thursday the 15th September Manuel was found hanging in a stairwell at Yarl's Wood Removal Centre. Manuel and Antonio had been living in Armley, Leeds for the last three years after leaving war-torn Angola.
please do this! it doesnt take much time
18-09-2005 10:24The hot chocolate drink hasn't changed much over the last fifty years. However, vegans have uncovered a post-moderist way to make this comforting bed-time drink, which could modestly threaten the corporate power of Neslte and Cadbury Swepes.
18-09-2005 10:16In order to mark Car free Day, activists in Southampton are planning a Critical Mass.
18-09-2005 09:20Media mafia boss Rupert Murdog claimed, in a speech made in New York,
that the BBC's coverage of Hurricane Katrina was full of hate for America.
Evidently Americans consider his SKY NEWS channel, sister of FOX News to be a far more serious prosepct. It seems that the broad sheet daliy's style of reporting doesn't go down well with the Tabloid Tossers.
18-09-2005 07:17I'll show in my article, that in contrary to the declarations of the British prime-minister Blair and other Westerm politicians, there are evident causes for the London terrorist attacks dd 7-7. Further I also reflect on the aftermath of the attacks, especially regarding the newly proposed British terrorist-laws and the killing of the Brasilian de Menezes by the British policy.
I'll end with a remembreance poem of Eddie Woods concerning Jean de Menezes.
18-09-2005 01:52The world of diplomacy is complicated and complex enough as it is. We now face the possibility that wealthy people willing to pay large sums of money can buy diplomatic status from a well respected commonwealth member country.