Sheffield Telegraph

PICTURES: Sanctuary for the Peak District’s mountain blackbird

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Kieran Hartley is head of beer operations at New World Trading Company, parent firm of The Botanist in Leopold Square. He is this week's Favourite Things subject and one of his choices is Sheffield's steel heritage and is pictured beside the Women of Steel statue.

Favourite Things: Sheffield’s endearing traits that never fail to cheer

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The couple on their wedding day in October 2016

How this Sheffield couple met through their shared pain of losing someone to cancer

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Sunny spells
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Tools and generator stolen from Sheffield shed

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Cheeky thieves cut soft top and steal phone from car in Sheffield

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50 South Yorkshire homes hit by power cut

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TRAFFIC AND TRAVEL: Major delays on South Yorkshire's rail network this evening

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BREAKING: First picture of young Sheffield dad stabbed to death

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The site of the old Castle Market, under which the River Sheaf flows.

Grant will help Sheffield river see daylight for first time 'in a century'

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WATCH: Chris Wilder's message to Sheffield United fans after battling point at Oldham keeps them ten points clear of third

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VIDEO: 'We knew Oldham game would be horrible because of pitch' says Sheffield United's Jay O'Shea

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WATCH: 'Oldham point was one earned rather than two dropped for Sheffield United'

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Oldham v Blades

Match Report: Oldham 1, Sheffield United 1

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Story of the Game: Oldham 1, Sheffield United 1 - as it happened

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Athletics: Jonathan Shields prepares for Sunday outing in the Ugandan capital

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Kevin Gage's Blades Column: Forget the pain of the past... Chris Wilder's Sheffield United aren't about to choke now!

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An artist's impression of people desperately searching the waters for survivors in the Philadelphia area of Sheffield

Heritage: Flood victim’s death mask made by his grieving son

Nostalgia
The image of rambling leader GHB Ward skinny dipping on an early ramble, after the club was founded in 1900

Read and ramble on

Arts
Lady Burlington helps put together five centuries of high society fashions, adornments and accessories taht have been retrieved from the Devonshire archives as well as from museums and private collections around the world to pull together Chatsworths biggest exhibition to date, 'House Style' which opens on Saturday. Picture Scott Merrylees

PICTURES: Five centuries of high society fashions at Chatsworth

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PICTURES: Sanctuary for the Peak District’s mountain blackbird

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Furniture piece by Arthur Hayball.

Antiques column: Influence of the Great Exhibition

Opinion
An artist's impression of people desperately searching the waters for survivors in the Philadelphia area of Sheffield

Heritage: Flood victim’s death mask made by his grieving son

Nostalgia