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Archive for September, 2008

Will the NRQ have room for local shops?

18th September, 2008

September 18th 2008 Dear Sir I do not begrudge the Star its overdramatic headline (Greens want to halt New Retail … Full Story »

Sheffield Greens support the Free Annociate campaign

14th September, 2008

14th September 2008 Annociate Nimpagaritse was arrested yesterday and removed to Dungavel Detention Centre in South Lanarkshire. Her friends fear … Full Story »

Greens jubilant at release of Kingsnorth 6

14th September, 2008

Sheffield Green Party is jubilant at the release of the six Greenpeace activists who scaled the existing Kingsnorth power station … Full Story »

Greens welcome all party working group on Post Office Campaign

14th September, 2008

14th September 2008 The Green Party expressed its delight at Cllr Paul Scriven’s announcement, made in the Star on Sat … Full Story »

A third of Sheffield households who are in fuel poverty still out in the cold

14th September, 2008

September 14th 2008 Dear Editor The Government’s suggestion that householders should borrow against their homes to partly pay for energy … Full Story »

Greens call for Council to opt in to Sustainable Communities Act

3rd September, 2008

3rd September 2008 The Greens have called on Sheffield City Council to opt into the Sustainable Communities Act, which comes … Full Story »

Greens call for the “Right to Rent”

3rd September, 2008

Sheffield Green Party members will be calling for Right to Rent for home-owners threatened with repossession at the party’s Autumn … Full Story »

Don’t take it out on the Headteachers!

3rd September, 2008

September 3rd 2008 Dear Editor I must write to support Frank Abel (29/8/08) who pointed out that the most important … Full Story »

Greens Demand more Reduction, Re-use and Recycling

2nd September, 2008

At the Full Council meeting this week, the Green Party have called on the Council to push Veolia, the private … Full Story »