Natalie Bennett visits York for sellout evening at University

08 October 2014

Green Party leader Natalie Bennett visited York to kick off our 2015 election campaign.

"Rainbow alliance" possible following defection of Labour Councillor

12 September 2014

Greens in York could hold the balance of power in the city following the defection of Labour Councillor Helen Douglas to the Conservative Party.

Tansy beetle

Breakdown in Council communications threatens rare species

15 August 2014

Councillor Andy D'Agorne has expressed fury at Council grass cutting bungle that destroyed the habitat of the rare tansy beetle.

Councillor welcomes Post Office expansion works

14 August 2014

Broadway Post Office is to be upgraded into a main branch in September.

Greens call for an immediate end to the Israeli attack on Gaza

20 July 2014

"UN resolutions must apply to all states, including Israel", says Cllr Andy D'Agorne

Greens join protest against secret trade deal

17 July 2014

York Green Party activists joined with members of York People's Assembly, York Defend the NHS and Just York as part of a national Day of Action organised by the World Development Movement.

Greens slam ‘weak and confusing' 20mph roll out plan

28 June 2014

Green councillors of Fishergate ward have criticized arrangements for the roll out of 20mph limits, saying that details are poorly explained and confusing.

Air pollution worsening in York

27 June 2014

The Council is continuing to fail on tackling air pollution. Green Councillor Andy D'Agorne calls for action.

Green electoral success

30 May 2014

Greens are celebrating significant gains in the recent Euro and local elections.

Green councillor fights for traffic cuts

06 May 2014

Green councillor Andy D'Agorne has urged the Council's new traffic commission to focus on reducing traffic congestion and the resulting air pollution.

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