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Green Councillor Alison Teal Arrested at Tree Felling Protest

6th February, 2017

This morning Green Party Councillor Alison Teal, representing Nether Edge and Sharrow Ward, Sheffield, was arrested along with 6 other … Full Story »

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The Council should tackle the exploitation and harassment of women.

5th February, 2017

Sheffield Green Party response to the public consultation on Sex Establishment Policy:Sexual Entertainment Venues, Sex Shops and Sex Cinemas. As … Full Story »

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Natalie Bennett Addresses Crowds to Condemn both Trump and May

2nd February, 2017

On Monday evening, the Sheffield Green Party rallied with thousands of other Sheffield residents in protest against President Trump’s executive … Full Story »

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Green candidate speaks to audiences across Sheffield

28th January, 2017

Former Green Party leader and Sheffield Central Parliamentary candidate Natalie Bennett will be holding three public meetings across Sheffield to … Full Story »

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Greens support M1 mandatory 60mph speed limit

28th January, 2017

Greens support a mandatory 60mph speed limit to help M1 traffic run more smoothly through the Sheffield area at lower … Full Story »

Link to Petition on air pollution. Please sign.

Petition on air pollution. Please sign.

18th January, 2017

In July 2012, Sheffield City Council’s Cabinet agreed an action plan aimed at bringing air pollution levels in the city … Full Story »

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Waste contract could be taken in house.

16th January, 2017

The spotlight is now on the Veolia waste contract which was based on building a new incinerator and continuing to … Full Story »

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Developers wriggling out of obligations

11th January, 2017

At a time when the need for affordable housing is desperate, it is saddening to see developers trying to get … Full Story »

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Who could replace Labour?

8th January, 2017

Dear Editor,  Michael Parker asks (Star, 22nd December – http://www.thestar.co.uk/news/your-say/who-could-replace-labour-in-power-1-8301141) “who could replace Labour in power?” – pointing out that … Full Story »

Link to Rally to save the Western Road Memorial Trees

Rally to save the Western Road Memorial Trees

4th January, 2017

Following intense pressure from tree campaigners, Councillors today voted that Western Road trees should be referred to cross party group … Full Story »

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