Cash harvest blow for unpopular MEP (Comments Off)
Unelected Euro-politician is staying tight-lipped about his earnings from the taxpayer’s pocket. Local residents say they have a right to know.
‘And take your windmill with you!’ (Comments Off)
There was farce in the air as Prowind’s turbine man sailed headlong into a storm at Harlaston. He withdrew from the packed hall after a mauling. Ringing in his ears
was the cry: “And take your windmill with you!”
Anger over MEP’s windmill ‘wonga’ (Comments Off)
Mease Valley residents say that after all the public money MPs have been caught fiddling recently it is vital that every politician should now be totally open about the cash they take from taxpayers.
Australian health fears see 2K ban on turbines (Comments Off)
Health fears over wind turbines have led the Australia’s Victoria state government to hand power back to the people.
Prowind – public meeting: Harlaston Village Hall, on Saturday, December 10, starting at 10am.
Huge applause erupted when Sister Anne Marie Eden countered unfeeling corporate ambition with simple humanity. Mease Valley residents have again been outraged by German attempts to blight a corner of rural Staffordshire thousands of people visit each year for its tranquil beauty. And it was the softly spoken nun who inspired their renewed fight back.
Haunton hopes dashed (Comments Off)
County councillors have really got the wind up over unsightly turbines. But for their district colleagues it is business as usual.
German developers pulled out of the Haunton windfarm project at the very last moment, leaving taxpayers to foot a massive bill for wasted money. Now the Osnabruk-based company appears set on dividing and conquering their opponents by offering incentives to those willing to swap beauty and tranquility in the Mease Valley for cash.
Windfarm fury (Comments Off)
Outrage has erupted in the sleepy Mease Valley over allegations of committee nobbling and hundreds of e-mailed complaints being lost. Now residents are demanding a re-run of the Haunton windfarm consultations . . .