Tree campaigners

Labour Executive are bringing Sheffield Council into disrepute

8th November 2017

Cllr Teal calls for Sheffield Council to be held accountable for their expensive, politically motivated, and punitive legal action against tree campaigners

Douglas Johnson

Questions about the China deal need answering

2nd November 2017

Readers may not be aware that recent council reassurances on the £1 billion China deal were not just prompted by…

We need more affordable housing

6th October 2017

Now the Government has weakened Councils’ control over planning permission, it is easier for developers to avoid conditions that create affordable housing

Let Sheffield Breathe

Air pollution and public health cannot be swept under the carpet

30th September 2017

While the chimney sculptures may be attractive and remind us of our industrial past, they will also represent the modern-day air pollution that makes Tinsley an unhealthy place to live

Save our trees

Trees campaign has exposed Labour’s undemocratic rule of Sheffield

30th September 2017

The street trees campaign has publicly exposed Labour’s undemocratic, one party state, rule of this city. We need to keep hearing more about this campaign not less.

Buses

We need a public transport system that takes us where we need to go

8th September 2017

The anger about cuts to “low demand” bus services across South Yorkshire from September is fully understandable but the cuts…

Air pollution

Sheffield Council should be tougher on air pollution

31st August 2017

If the Council regards health and air quality as high priority, why isn’t it being tougher on air pollution?

The Green Party would get rid of the benefits sanctions regime

25th August 2017

Just one in twenty people of working age are unemployed and the experience is often one of pointless bureaucracy.

Save our trees

“If you’re not turned onto politics, politics will turn on you”

25th August 2017

Yet again we read “Bryan Lodge claims…” This time he says “it could be millions”. Will they share with us…

Peter Garbutt

World Student Games deficit not ‘settled’

9th August 2017

Labour Cllr Peter Price again says the World Student Games deficit was “settled” in 1992 (Star 2 August). So we…