29 September 2018
With the seemingly unanimous support of most Southend residents, Mr Courtenay seems to have hit the nail on the head with a wonderful and potentially election-winning idea... Or has he?
24 September 2018
If in less than a year, the publicised cost of the project can increase by £15m, how long will it be before we reach the £80m threshold prophesied by SKIPP almost a decade ago?
23 July 2018
This week, 14th-21st July 2018, has been a blaze of LGBTIQA+ culture, community, and splendour in Southend. Returning for the first time in over fifteen years, Southend Pride featured a packed week of literary, theatrical, faith, musical, comedic, and social events, and it has been truly spectacular.
09 July 2018
Simon Cross gives his analysis of the recently announced decision to close Orsett Hospital, and the other decisions likely to affect the lives of hundreds of thousands of NHS users across South Essex.
30 May 2018
Yesterday, three members of our local party attended the Community Policing Meeting at the Civic Centre focussing on the town centre wards of Kursaal, Milton, and Victoria. The meeting saw most of the attendees raising the same issue about different locations across the three wards; Drug dealing and Drug Use on our streets.
08 May 2018
The South East Essex Green Party is rapidly becoming the radical alternative to the tired politics present locally. We are already enough of a political threat to have rattled the Conservatives and Labour into action in parts of Southend. There has never been a better time to join the Green Party in South East Essex - why not join the revolution?
28 April 2018
They say that Imitation is the sincerest form of flattery; Mr Harland seems to have taken it literally.
09 April 2018
Our message is simple: Southend residents are tired of the status-quo in Southend Council. We offer a radically different choice for voters, and we will continue our work to make Southend a Fairer, Safer, and more Responsible town.
25 March 2018
It's safe to say that despite the weather doing it's best to thwart us, Green Action is off to a flying start for 2018.
14 March 2018
By 2030, the UK Government wants to yield 16GW capacity from Nuclear Power – double what we have now to provide 40% of required output. To achieve this goal, the Government has listed eight sites as 'suitable' for the construction of new Nuclear reactors. One of those sites is Bradwell, Essex.