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…

Magid appointed hip-hop artist Otis Mensah as Sheffield’s first Poet Laureate

Broomhill & Sharrow Vale – November / December 2018

11th November 2018

Magid supports local charities Cllr Magid Magid aims to help and inspire people of all ages and backgrounds as Lord…

Rob Unwin at Nether Edge Rd playstreet

Nether Edge & Sharrow – Nov / Dec 2018

11th November 2018

The latest news from Nether Edge & Sharrow Greens

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Universal credit factsheet

7th November 2018

We know Universal Credit will be very difficult for a lot of people. They will still need to claim it to have some money to live on. This factsheet from Sheffield Green Party is to give you as much practical help as possible.

The trees in Western Road and Gilliott Street were planted in grateful appreciation of the part taken by former pupils in this school in the Great Way, 1914-1919.

Greens welcome victory for Western Road tree campaign

6th November 2018

Responding to new information that shows all healthy war memorial trees are to be saved from felling, Alison Teal, Green…

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.

White poppies are a pledge that war must not happen again

2nd November 2018

Readers may not know that white poppies were introduced by the Co-operative Women’s Guild in 1933 to remember casualties of all wars.

Cllrs Douglas Johnson and Rob Murphy

Green call for better buses

31st October 2018

Green Party councillors are urging the regional mayor to take back control of South Yorkshire’s buses

Ruth Mersereau

Labour need to join Greens in support of communities threatened by fracking

28th October 2018

A new report from the Institute for Public Policy Research identifies 46,000 green jobs that could be created across the region

Bernard Little

Governments must work together to drive a rapid transition to alternatives to plastic

25th October 2018

One year ago David Attenborough’s Blue Planet 2 started a mass movement to end the single-use plastics that contaminate our oceans and even our drinking water.