1st January 2021
In 2020 we helped and supported each other while acting responsibly and we need to carry that through into 2021.…
29th November 2020
Bernard Little writes … Dear Editor, While many businesses had to keep their doors closed, UK tax avoiding Amazon raked…
18th November 2020
Councillor Paul Turpin writes …. Sheffield City Council announced a pause on plans for the citywide Clean Air Zone (CAZ) citing…
12th October 2020
Thank you for the Big Conversation survey on the impact of lockdown. As an NHS Responder volunteer, most of my…
1st October 2020
After the horror of the Grenfell fire in June 2017, senior Sheffield Council officials moved quickly to reassure tenants that all its tower blocks were safe. They soon back-tracked after plastic cladding on Hanover Tower in Broomhall failed fire safety tests.
23rd July 2020
Local pubs, restaurants and other independent businesses are the lifeblood of our communities. They pay their taxes and your money stays in the local economy.
13th July 2020
Sheffield City Council has been failing to uphold the principle of open government since lockdown was introduced in March.
7th July 2020
News of the Government spending £3 billion pounds on insulation is very welcome. This is something that Greens have wanted for many years.
30th June 2020
Look at “What We Believe” on the Black Lives Matter website and it’s quite clear where they stand on supporting women’s issues.
11th June 2020
I agree with Lib Dem Cllr Chris Carter that urgent climate emergency action is needed. But not his suggestion of “relaxing safety requirements for nuclear power stations and building new ones as quickly as possible”.