‘When it comes to statutory nuisance, you ARE the expert’ 22 July 2021, Tim Everett Taking the ‘prejudicial to health’ line isn’t used nearly as much as it could be, says EH doctoral researcher Tim Everett. Plymouth ‘Magna Carta’ cafe to appeal £42k fines and costs 22 July 2021, Katie Coyne EH officer accused of high treason and threatened with the “gallows”. Care for your own river, environmentalists urge 22 July 2021, Katie Coyne Yorkshire campaigners clean up River Wharfe by applying for bathing water status. Wales Community Food Strategy pledge 22 July 2021, Katie Coyne Devolved nation to embed response to the climate and nature emergency in everything it does. Tales from the front line: ‘This felt like such an environmental health thing’ 22 July 2021, Gayle Davis and Andrew Curnin How Cardiff Metropolitan University took their EH teaching outdoors. National Food Strategy part 2 is published 22 July 2021, Katie Coyne Henry Dimbleby’s plan joins all the dots but will ministers act? Non-COVID workplace deaths increase despite lockdowns 22 July 2021, Katie Coyne HSE says Great Britain is “one of the safest places to work in the world”; campaigners disagree. Food fraud prevention 'part of' food safety management 02 July 2021, Katie Coyne Food fraud has serious food safety implications, argued executive director of the Food Authenticity Network, Selvarani Elahi MBE. Plan EH workforce the way NHS does 01 July 2021, Katie Coyne A shortage of qualified EH professionals could be addressed more strategically in a similar way to how the NHS manages future doctors and nurses. ‘Best outcomes’ when communities work together 01 July 2021, Katie Coyne Importance of local communities working together and vital role of local regulators championed at the CIEH food safety conference.