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Archive for January, 2010

Greens call to bring down fuel bills

29th January, 2010

The Greens are urging the council to give more help to people who have been suffering from the rising cost … Full Story »

Bus fares should be cheap enough to tempt people out of their cars

26th January, 2010

Sheffield Green Party Cllr Bernard Little comments : “Sheffield Greens welcome amendments to the law that allow for Quality Contract … Full Story »

Election coverage should be balanced.

19th January, 2010

Your article “Candidates gearing up for the polls” (14th Jan) does your readers a dis-service in completely ignoring the Green Party. Full Story »

Progress on safer streets “painfully slow”

17th January, 2010

We are pleased this important issue is to be considered by the
Highways Committee. Progress seems painfully slow. Meanwhile over 200
people are killed or seriously injured on our roads each year. Full Story »

Cllr Jillian Creasy on the Politics Show

17th January, 2010

Cllr. Jillian Creasy on the Green Party’s election chances in Sheffield. Go to minute 41. Watch on BBC i player

New calendar

14th January, 2010

Our new events calendar is now operational. If you would like an event added to this calendar, please email the … Full Story »

Greens push for speed limit for a safer Sheffield

11th January, 2010

The Green Party is continuing to push for the Council to introduce a 20 mile an hour speed limit in … Full Story »

Copenhagen Connection podcast

6th January, 2010

Sheffield Green Party member Gareth Roberts recently presented a radio programme on Sheffield Live about the Copenhagen summit. It also … Full Story »

We want our buses back demo

6th January, 2010

Brave soles from We want our Buses back are planning a demonstration this Saturday, January 9th, against the massive increase … Full Story »

Paths to Climate Justice

6th January, 2010

Sheffield Campaign against Climate Change are organising an evening of positive feedback from Copenhagen. Come and hear from the Sheffield … Full Story »