End of 2018 pages;

Click the links below for news and reports based on  the last quarter of 2018. Information available here will also be included in the printed  version  of Safe Water News to be published  in the next few days. Follow the drop down menu for earlier material.

1 The Darlington  Battle


2: The USA and Efforts from FAN


3: Windsor struggle in Canada


4 : Truth from New Zealand and fluoride deformity in India


5 Click here for September – October 2018 update


6 Click here for August – September 2016

For January – July use drop down menu for 2018


SWIS 2018 page structure notes

For July events, published on August 13th go to Latest Updates

Click here, or  for

News and reports from April, May, June updated July 9th 2018:

April – June 2018

February – March 2018 news and Resources/

Use drop down tabs for

November 2017- January 2018  Reports and Resources

November 2017- January 2018 International News updates

Click the 2017  January – October  menu above for earlier months

For earlier editions click on SWIS News 2016 or the required year.

Updates are published at least monthly, usually on the second or third Monday, with summary news up to the  preceding weekend

During 2017, the format has been expanded where more material and time has been available. In these cases, the month’s summary has been extended with more  important items and larger reports and resources as separate pages. Click on the latest date for news and select the larger items that interest you from the attached drop down  menu


As always, News items are included  by country, with towns or regions listed alphabetically, starting with the UK and Ireland, followed by the US and Canada, then Australia and New Zealand. Items headlined

On some pages, News and Resources are identified separately. Resource may be selected from  longer extracts from articles available on the web and / or links to further  information.

Most News articles are considerably shortened and consist of a series of extracts from the original, with a link shown where possible to the original publication..

 SWIS editorial comments are generally indicated in green. 

SWIS holds a copy of most material  referenced as a library and will willingly make available anything it has for use by anti-fluoridation campaigners or researchers, unless prevented by  copyright. restrictions.

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