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Parties unite in call for fair votes

14 July 2017

Green Party councillors in Norwich and across the country, supported by their Liberal Democrat counterparts, are calling for politicians to back a fair voting system for Westminster and for local elections.

Greens force rethink on affordable housing

10 July 2017

A controversial application for housing in Norwich looks set to be turned down after Green Party councillors challenged the developer’s refusal to provide the required level of affordable housing.

Green councillor calls for public consultation on strip club licences

26 June 2017

A Green Party councillor has slammed Norwich City Council’s “obstructive behaviour and avoidance of public scrutiny” after it failed to inform councillors or residents about four applications for strip clubs in the city.

Ditch the car on Clean Air Day!

14 June 2017

Tomorrow (15th June) is the first UK Clean Air Day. The sun will be shining (probably) and it’s the perfect day to ditch the car and walk or cycle to work or school.

Green Party calls for votes at 16 at General Election

27 April 2017

The Green Party’s parliamentary candidate for Norwich South, Richard Bearman, has called for 16- and 17-year-olds to be given the vote in the forthcoming general election.

Green Party Norwich candidates announced

24 April 2017

The Green Party is ahead of other political parties in Norwich in the race to name General Election candidates for the surprise election in June.

Green Party deputy leader to launch Norfolk County Council election campaign

20 April 2017

The Green Party's deputy leader Amelia Womack will be in Norwich to launch the Green Party's local election campaign on Friday 21st May at 11am.

Larry Sanders to address NHS rally in Norwich

24 February 2017

Activists from a variety of groups and political parties will be attending a demonstration in Norwich city centre on Saturday for a protest, organised by the NHS Norfolk Action Group, against NHS cuts.

Waste collection charges “a false economy”, say Greens

20 February 2017

Green councillors have called for Norwich City Council to drop its plans to charge for hazardous waste collection, calling the proposal “a false economy” which could end up costing the council far more in clean-up costs.

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