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Fly-tipping – a symptom of our economic model

By leeirving | 26th November 2019

Nick was out for a nice run along the river when he came across a load of fly-tipped items. According to DEFRA ( Department for Environment, Food & Rural Affairs […]

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Only 2 more days to register to vote.

By leeirving | 24th November 2019

This election is probably one the most important in recent memory with two major issues at its core, the climate emergency and the B word, not to mention other issues […]

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Green Party – If not now, when?

By leeirving | 23rd November 2019

Our Election broadcast for the 2019 General Election […]

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Pollution around our schools

By leeirving | 23rd November 2019

We launched our last election campaign on the theme of air pollution – since then the problem has been left to become worse. We’re glad to see more monitoring around […]

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Why Vote Green in 2019?

By leeirving | 20th November 2019

In the unlikely event that this election does not bring a majority Green Party government, you might ask yourself why would I want to vote Green, what good would it […]

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Green Party launch ambitious manifesto

By leeirving | 19th November 2019

Today candidates and supporters gathered on Newcastle’s Quayside to proudly present the Green Party’s Manifesto for the 2019 General Election. It’s still not too late to turn aside from this […]

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Green Party to increase Living Wage to £12 for all workers over the age of 16

By leeirving | 17th November 2019

The Green Party will increase the Living Wage to £12 for all workers as part of its radical plans to tackle poverty and improve wellbeing, it has announced today. The […]

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Climate talk by Professor Kevin Anderson @ Newcastle University

By leeirving | 15th November 2019

Last night as part of the Newcastle University INSIGHTS Public Lectures,  Kevin Anderson (@KevinClimate) Professor of Energy and Climate Change – Tyndall Centre for Climate Change Research gave a talk […]

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Pavements for People

By leeirving | 11th November 2019

Tay and her team are listening to complaints about parked vehicles crowding streets and footpaths. Residents in and around Benwell Hill Road, Dissington Place, Silloth Avenue, Stocksfield Avenue, Whittington Grove, […]

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Election 2019 – We are off!

By leeirving | 31st October 2019

Well Brenda from Bristol wont be happy, but a General Election has been called and we have three excellent candidates selected to represent the Green Voice in Newcastle upon Tyne. […]

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Green Campaigner presses council on Climate Emergency

By leeirving | 3rd October 2019

At this week’s Council meeting, our campaigner Clare Andrews told the council that it “must start setting itself targets towards meeting the city’s goal to be carbon neutral by 2030”. […]

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Climate Strike Sept 2019

By leeirving | 20th September 2019

On Friday Newcastle saw a large number of students and adults take streets to support the latest Student Strike calling for urgent action to combat Climate Chaos. The large crowd […]

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Elswick Pool re-opened

By leeirving | 9th September 2019

Not only has Green campaigner Tay Pitman been holding the council to account on climate change and air pollution this past week (and run the Great North Run), she’s also […]

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#StopTheCoup

By leeirving | 7th September 2019

Today, along with North East for Europe, to #StopTheCoup! Green campaigners Nick Hartley and Rachel Featherstone will be speaking about why we need more democracy, not less.       […]

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Tay Responds To Newcastle Clean Air Proposal

By leeirving | 6th September 2019

  The plans announced today by local authorities to deal with the #airpollution public health crisis could even risk making the problem worse, not better: Placing fees on buses is […]

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Tay pushing the Climate Emergency back up the NCC Agenda

By leeirving | 5th September 2019

Last night we helped push the #ClimateEmergency back up Newcastle Council’s agenda again. Our campaigner Tay Pitman asked at the Council meeting what progress had been made since the declaration […]

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Tay and friends, cleaning up West Fenham

By leeirving | 29th July 2019

Green Party litter pickers out in Fenham yesterday for a couple of hours. We focused on two areas with children’s playgrounds and playing fields. Six bags filled and then we […]

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Tackling supermarket plastic

By leeirving | 26th July 2019

Making a point -Tay and a Green Party supporter from Elswick, outside Asda in Mill Lane yesterday morning, with plastic packaging to return to Asda. The store manager was very […]

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Tay talks to the youth strikers

By leeirving | 20th July 2019

It may be the first day of the school holidays today, but Newcastle’s young people showed leaders that this is no time to be taking a break from climate action! […]

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Solidarity with Defend Dewley Hill Campaign

By leeirving | 14th July 2019

We were out with the Dewley Hill campaigners on Friday evening. A lovely walk (if rather wet and soggy towards the end!) through lots of arable land which will be […]

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