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one week on Dalkeith anti-road eviction resistance still going strong

Eviction Aruga!!
Dalkeith Eviction 7

Monday morning sees the Dalkeith anti road protestors still occuppying the main protest site, with all the tree houses and tunnels intact. Spirits have been boosted by the many picnicers who visited the site on Saturday, showing their solidarity with the battle to stop the A68 by-pass being put through the beautiful park south of Edinburgh.

Parklife Occupy Government Office

Parklife 'Save Priory Park' campaign
Press Release Monday 23rd January 2006

Parklife press line 1 (inside the building)
07929 595 761
Parklife press line 2 (outside the building)
07929 595 766

Dalkeith Protest - Thursday Update

Dalkeith Eviction 5

The occupation of Dalkeith Country Park continues.

No arrests on Thursday!

Thursday 19 January 2006, little was accomplished by the eviction team today. The three who have been in tunnels at Middle Site since Monday still remain. With enough food and supplies to carry them though at least another week underground, spirits remain high that they can seriously delay attempts to feel trees on Middle Site. The eviction team's main success for the day was the eviction of an unoccupied site. It is likely that Friday they will begin work at the Bottom Site, however this is by far the protesters' stronghold and should prove a lengthy eviction process.

Dalkeith Protest - Wednesday Update & Saturday solidarity picnic info

Eviction Aruga!!

18 Jan 2006

Today, the eviction of the middle site at Dalkeith Park - anti-A68 Bypass protests continued. All protesters in the trees were removed today from this site resulting in six more arrests. However, protesters still remain in underground defences.

Dalkeith Treesit Tuesday: Two more Arrested!

dalkeith Eviction 6

17 Jan 2006

Today, the police surrounded Middle site. Middle Site is more heavily established than the previously taken down top site, having quite a few people up in the trees The baliffs arrested two of the protesters, and have promised to continue. Help is needed - come on down to Dalkeith!

Shell to sea solidarity critical mass, 18th Feb Nottingham

Saturday 18th Feb - Shell to sea solidarity critical mass - to coincide with the call out for international solidarity actions in support of the shelltosea campaign we will be having a critical mass starting at 11am at the Portland Building on the University Campus, with the intention of heading to a shell petrol station and blockading it.

Happy 1st Birthday Glasgow Critical Mass, 27th January

Critical Mass graphic 6

The next Critical Mass bike ride is on Friday 27th January, meeting George Square at 5:30.
All people-powered transport welcome. It'll be Glasgow CM's First Birthday and there might even be a cake with candles if people bring it, though we can't guarantee another celebrity guest appearance.

Dalkeith protestors defy eviction, end of Monday update

Dalkeith eviction 1
Dalkeith eviction 2

Protestors are still in the trees and in the protest sites at Dalkeith Country Park. The eviction attempt started Monday 16th early morning, but as of 3pm Monday afternoon three of the four protest sites remain intact. "We urge supporters to come and join us," one of the protestors said. "It's not too late to take a stand against this road madness."

EVICTION STARTED early this morning at Dalkeith Park (Scotland) Protest Sites - can still get down there & help

Eviction Aruga!!

DALKEITH COUNTRY PARK- ANTI A68 BYPASS PROTEST CAMPAIGN
PRESS STATEMENT- FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE 16 JANUARY 2006

Eviction of the four protest sites in Dalkeith Country Park against the construction of the A68 Bypass and the destruction of the River Esk wildlife corridor began this morning.

critical mass manchester bike film and food nights

Critical Mass Mcr January 06 flier

Critical Mass: last friday of the month 6pm at central library
the cm will then go to watch bike moooveees and eat nice vegan grub

Camp for Climate Action announced - dates, website, working groups & January meeting

Stop Climate Chaos

With the government failing and unable to take action on the greatest issue facing our planet, climate chaos, we have to create a grass roots solution

first anti-M6 expressway protest

No M6 expansion GAME logo

M6 widening / M6 Expressway (Staffordshire / Cheshire)

The first direct action protest against the 51 mile M6 expansion happened on 13 Jan with a protest about exclusion from the consultations.

Schinveld eviction latest: anti-NATO activists occupy forest, build tree houses and tunnels

9.01.2006

Schinveld tunnel
Eviction Aruga!!

A forest that has to be cut down for NATO-planes, is already for more then a month occupied. AWAC-planes are terrorising the local people for over 25 years. But currently a minority of politicians and police (yes they are a minority) are trying to take over the forest and chop it down.

Derby bus station protest continues, still no work on redevelopment

Derby bus station protesters' tent

Since the site was closed in October 2005 no work has started on the proposed £90m Riverlights project.

Campaigners against the changes have been camping on the roof of one of the bus station buildings to halt demolition work, though the delays are apparently not chiefly because of their action. .

Newbury Bypass Ten Years On - (10yrs since work started - reunion report)

Newbury 10th reunion montage

On Saturday 7th January around 60 people gathered at Middle Oak to remember the resistance against the Newbury Bypass (A34), and reveal the huge traffic growth that's come since.