North East Green Party News

The North East Region: A Green History

13 July 2015

The green movement in the North East in general and Tyneside in paricular scarcely appears in standard histories of the area. Yet it has existed for many years, green movement in the North East in general and Tyneside in particular. Indeed one of the fist mass movements with a strong environmental element was the local ‘Dicky Bird Society’founded in 1874. Membership reached some 100,000.

Brasilia Man: Newcastle’s T. Dan Smith

13 July 2015

Britain is playing with the idea of‘city bosses’, mayors with a much stronger political role, something quite common abroad. In the 1960s, T. Dan Smith did a similar job in the NE and it was one that ought not to be repeated.

The Green Party condemns threat to the Woolsington Woods from Cameron Hall development proposal

30 April 2015

Greens condemn council’s core plan for not preparing the city for the future

01 April 2015

Greens and environmental groups oppose new Gosforth Leisure complex

29 March 2015

A new chapter for rail in the North – in public hands

27 February 2015

The rail network should be brought back into public ownership and the East Coast Mainline should not have been privatised again says the North East England Green Party.

Greens welcome Inspector's finding that Durham Plan is 'unsound'

20 February 2015

More Power to the North?

13 November 2014

Green Vision for Better Buses Move a Step Closer

22 October 2014

Green Party welcomes yesterday's decision by North East Council Leaders in favour of the regulation of bus services in Tyne and Wear.

Alison Whalley - Letter to the Guardian Newspaper

02 September 2014

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