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Gemma takes on leader over incineration

20th April, 2002

Gemma Lock stood as an Independent in the May 2002 elections and then joined the Green Party.

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“Pressure will increase on Onyx and the Council to recycle more”

21st November, 2001

As plans for the new incinerator materialised Green Party campaigners urged the council to recycle far more as was common … Full Story »

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Voting shows people back Green Issues

28th June, 2001

From the Sheffield Star 28th June 2001

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Incinerator scheme sparks new protest

28th June, 2001

Green Party activist Graham Wroe became the chairperson of RABID, Residents against Bernard Road Incinerator Dust.

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Incinerator health risk

18th June, 2001
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City’s burning issue

29th May, 2001

From the Star letters page 29th May 2001

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Green Party backs Greenpeace incinerator occupation

25th May, 2001

Green General Election candidates Bernard Little and Rob Unwin supported the Greenpeace occupation of Bernard Road, This was in stark … Full Story »

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Legal threat to demo

24th May, 2001

The Council used scare tactics to persuade the protesters to give up. But the Greenpeace view was that they were … Full Story »

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Council critical of Greenpeace demo

23rd May, 2001

From the Sheffield Star 23.05.2001 Labour Councillors and MP’s refused to back us as we campaigned with Impact and Greenpeace … Full Story »

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