During the migration from our old website to the new one, we decided to bring this article along. Orginally published on 4th December 2019.
Today, Small Business Saturday, the Green Party is calling on both national and local government to implement a series of measures to help small and independent businesses and social enterprises green their operations, improve employee welfare and make it easier for people to ‘shop local’
The DVSA has announced it is considering the closure of the South Shields practical testing centre. Meaning students will have to travel to either Sunderland, Gateshead, or Newcastle to take their practical driving test.
A thorough Food Strategy motion was presented to full council yesterday. Designed to effectively tackle the issue of food poverty and public health, this strengthening motion has already been adopted by several councils across the country.
Statement from South Tyneside Green Party on today’s planning decision on the fate of the green space and children’s play area at Holborn
We’re sure that many members of the public will join us in expressing bitter disappointment at the outcome of today’s planning meeting.
The Labour members of the planning committee voted unanimously in favour of the redevelopment of the Holborn Riverside site. A decision which will see the destruction of the well-used and precious green space and children’s play area there.
We’re sure that many of you will have seen the horrific case of Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe who has been arbitrarily held in Iran for 5 years. Her husband, Richard, has just ended 3 weeks of hunger strike – camping outside the Foreign Office in the hope that action will be taken to return Nazanin and others back to their families.
In June 2021, Green councillor Sue Stonehouse wrote to Cllr Tracey Dixon, leader of South Tyneside Council, formally requesting that they follow in the footsteps of many local authorities around the country in signing up to the UK100 Pledge.