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FOOD REVIEW: Authentic cuisine served up at new Thai restaurant

Foody fans of all things Thai will not be disappointed with a visit to a new restaurant which has opened its doors in Doncaster.

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Veronica Clark pictured with her  book, true story 'Stolen Girl'.  Picture: Marie Caley D4426MC

Column: ‘Three Girls’ is just the tip of the iceberg

Five years ago I wrote a book called Stolen Girl. A year later, in January 2013, it was published. The book created a backlash because it was one of the first to be written about the abuse of a white girl by an Asian (mainly Pakistani) grooming gang.

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Edith Sitwell with brothers Osbert and Sacheverell

Never a dull moment in historic hall’s literary intrigue

The Sitwell family of writers who called Renishaw Hall near Sheffield their home railed against the literary establishment in their heyday of the 1920s and 30s.

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A group of 35 kids inspired by Nikki Vigrass, whose mum has terminal cancer,  took part in a 3.5 mile fun run to raise funds for myeloma research

Fun running kids from Sheffield raise charity cash

Nikki Vigrass’ mum Ann Woodward was diagnosed with myeloma five years ago and she has been undergoing pioneering treatment at the city’s Royal Hallamshire Hospital for the past two years.

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Column: Bringing your dog back home

Column: Bringing your dog back home

Having chosen a dog, its essential to be prepared before bringing them home. The whole family needs to agree and be on the same page regarding house rules.

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Wildlife column: The great big bluebell hunt is on

Wildlife column: The great big bluebell hunt is on

The native, wild bluebell is one of our most iconic species for which we in Britain hold around 70 per cent or more of the global population; in conservation importance, our oak-bluebell woods are the equivalent of the rainforests.

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One way spells wrong way for some elderly drivers

Column: Over 300 miles . . . that is one L of a drive!

There can be no greater advert to make people resit their driving test after a certain age than the story of Valerie Johnson.

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Rambling

Rambling

HF Sheffield Walking Group, SAT 20 MAY. 9.40 Malin Bridge, outside Malin Bridge Fire Station in Rivelin Valley Road. Circular walk. Hade Edge Holme or Hepworth. WED 24 MAY. 10.13, 44. Arundel Gate. The Hanleys.

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Walking: Look for Blades ....

Walking: Look for Blades ....

This walk encompasses a variety of landscapes, from the semi derelict steel works, farmland and paths between hedgerows, to open views across the valley to the moors beyond. The walk goes through part of the steel works before climbing onto Hunshelf Bank above Stocksbridge before returning to the Town Hall. Some of the paths may be overgrown.

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Gardens: Tracing garden’s evolution

Gardens: Tracing garden’s evolution

When we first saw the garden 26 years ago, we knew immediately that it had great potential to be a lovely space in which our family could play, relax and just enjoy.

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Erin Costelo.

Sheffield café date for Canadian star

Erin Costelo is an artist who is mining the truth – through writing, arranging, producing and masterful live performance.

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Rita Howson, of Support Dogs, at Graves Park Animal Farm which is one of her favourite places in Sheffield.

Favourite Things: Nurturing a supportive and charitable way of life

Sheffield-born Rita Howson is the chief executive of Support Dogs, a national charity based in Brightside, which trains assistance dogs for children and adults affected by autism, epilepsy and physical disability. She has always worked with animals, taking an animal care course at Shirecliffe College, and joining Support Dogs a year after it was founded in 1992, first as a volunteer, then working her way up from training dogs to running the charity. Rita, aged 49, was born in Gleadless Valley and now lives with her partner in Oughtibridge. She has two grown-up children.

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The Monster Truck you'll be able to ride at the event

VIDEO: Massive monster trucks set to perform at Yorkshire Post Motor Show on Father's Day

A slew of massive monster trucks are set to perform at the Yorkshire Post Motor show next month.

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GARDENING: The prickly subject of cacti

Busy lives means one of nature’s toughest plants is now back in vogue.

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Revealed: The top five areas of the house we NEVER clean

Scrubbing surfaces, hoovering carpets, and changing bed sheets may leave your house feeling clean, but the dirtiest spots in the house are often forgotten, new research has revealed.

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Mad Management: A tale of national development in two cities and three countries

Mad Management: A tale of national development in two cities and three countries

As I conclude my study tour of Eastern Europe with Prague and Dresden – two cities which, like Sheffield, are in beautiful surrounds – it becomes increasingly clear the extent of our successive governments’ ignorance of the real political economy compared with Czech and German politicians.

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Saudi officials and Sheffield business leaders at DLA Piper in St Pauls Sheffield

Northern Lights: Inclusive growth are watchwords for more powerful, competitive city

As weeks go last week was, for me at least, a good one. Of course it had its usual ups and downs but three things stand out.

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Health Column: The NHS will last as long as there are folk left with the faith to fight for it

Health Column: The NHS will last as long as there are folk left with the faith to fight for it

For people like me – members of Sheffield Save Our NHS – it seems incredible that many of our fellow citizens do not realise that the very existence of our NHS is in danger. How is this possible when the last 12 months has brought on an increased clamour of concern from all quarters – patients, carers, health service staff, unions, British Medical Association, both senior and junior doctors, GPs and health bodies?

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Nicky Helliwell,  Sales Manager at Russell Richardson Shredding in Sheffield

Food for thought: Nicky Hellewell

Nicky Hellewell lives her life by the ‘waste not, want not’ motto. She is sales manager at Sheffield family firm Russell Richardson & Sons and is a dab hand at healthy meals. She prides herself on the fact that very little goes to waste.

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Owner Tracy Birch with husband Gary and son Brendan at Honey B's Tearoom, Sheffield, United Kingdom, 16th May 2017. Photo by Glenn Ashley.

Eating Out: Honey B’s is creating a real buzz

I don’t think we’d ever have reviewed the little gem that is Honey B’s Tearoom and Takeaway if a friend hadn’t recommended it.

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