Angela Argenzio

Women’s sports deserve more coverage and support

24th February 2019

I need to highlight the total lack of women’s sports teams and individuals in the 20 page Green Un on February 18th – not even in the football results.

Prevention is better than cure

21st February 2019

Sheffield has an alarming number of school exclusions, with up to 14% of secondary school children being barred at some point.

Ruth Mersereau

Inner Ring Road Expansion – “Business as Usual”

15th February 2019

Last week’s decision by the Labour Council to expand the Inner City Ring Road is another case of “business as usual” and is hugely frustrating.

Peter Garbutt

Democracy continues to plumb new depths in Sheffield

17th January 2019

The Star recently published profiles of the 10 members of the Labour Cabinet that run Sheffield council. According to their profiles, we have a Cabinet full of saintly public servants.

Bin collection dates

Look out for changed bin collection days over Christmas

22nd December 2018

Christmas is almost here. That’s going to mean lots of used wrapping paper, food and packaging, batteries – and plenty of bottles.

Sheffield Townhall

Total Disunity

11th December 2018

So, what happened at December’s meeting of the full Sheffield City Council?

Kaltum Rivers

Brown bins roll out has caused confusion and street mess

6th December 2018

Letter from Green Party ward Cllr Kaltum Rivers on the additional problems and mess created by the council failing to roll out the new recycling bins before students arrived back

Buses

Green comments on Clean Air Zone

28th November 2018

Sheffield City Council is proposing a city centre Clean Air Zone which would charge buses, taxis, lorries and vans for entry into the zone

Ruth Mersereau

Rail companies risk passenger safety and accessibility to maximise profits

14th November 2018

Readers may need to be reminded why RMT members are striking to keep guards on trains. They seek your support…

The proposed development of the Gilders site won’t ensure the survival of Banner Cross as a thriving local centre

5th November 2018

Banner Cross has recently lost a number of independent shops, including a much missed greengrocers and bakers, in part because of competition from a new ‘mini’ supermarket.