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Food news: New ‘fine dining’ Indian restaurant launched

A new ‘fine dining’ Indian restaurant held a glittering launch party to celebrate its opening.

Eating Out
Painted Dog at Yorkshire Wildlife Park

Visit rare Painted Dogs at Yorkshire Wildlife Park

An adorable litter of endangered Painted Dogs will be thrilling visitors at Yorkshire Wildlife Park this February half term.

Outdoors
New C4 Picasso Flair BlueHDi 120

New C4 Flair BlueHDi 120- a Picasso that Pablo would have been proud of

THE great Citroen renaissance continues apace with the new C4 Picasso MPV being the latest model to enter the expanding range of cars from the French firm that are reflecting the flair and styling of some earlier legendary Citroens.

News
The Wedgwood china.

Antiques Column: Pretty tea sets with a limited value

Alarge percentage of tea servicefrom the nineteenth and twentieth centuries have limited value.

Opinion
Street Life Portrait: With two million trees, are we really going to miss a few?

Street Life Portrait: With two million trees, are we really going to miss a few?

I have a feeling that this week’s dip into the world of Sheffield life may well lose me one or two fans.

Opinion
RHS Greening Grey Britain Garden 2017 designed by Professor Nigel Dunnett

Sheffield designer’s garden for today’s society

Outdoor spaces filled with plants are ‘no longer an optional and decorative nice-to-have’, said garden designer Prof Nigel Dunnett of Sheffield University.

Opinion
Staff member, Dianne Lilley, at the Loxley Court Care Home open day

New care home bar opening celebrated

Lucky residents and staff at a Sheffield nursing home can relax in style following revamp of a disused space in the building.

Lifestyle
The blue tit with the very unusual deformity, taken by Mick Fairest

Wildlife Column: Caught on camera bird’s bill puzzle

Sometimes though accident or disease, birds acquire or develop odd forms of markings or appendages. For commoner species some of these, such as misshaped beaks or bills, may be seen frequently.

Lifestyle
Anjaly Joseph (right) with fellow student Bruna Pereira

Top Langley Park student heading for science Big Bang Birmingham finals

Science whizz kid Anjaly Joseph has won through to the UK final of The Big Bang UK Young Scientsists and Engineers Competition after amazing judges at the regional heats.

Lifestyle
The launch party for the Sharrow Food Cycle.

Serving up 700 meals from surplus food

Foodcycle Sheffield Sharrow has had a busy few months.

Eating Out
In the Saddle: Kacey’s ‘back’ in the saddle

In the Saddle: Kacey’s ‘back’ in the saddle

After a shoulder injury I'm now riding my horse, April, again after some time out. Luckily for me though it wasn't serious unlike a friend of mine, Kacey Chapman, who broke her back whilst out competing in cross country.

Opinion
Column: Yes sir, I can boogie, but don’t judge me!

Column: Yes sir, I can boogie, but don’t judge me!

Tripping the light fantastic says more about you and your potential partner than you think, according to experts.

Opinion
Sheridan Smith

Column: All Things Equal - Civilised society’ lost generations

Sheffield is an incredibly diverse city that facilitates an international standard of education rivalling most universities in the world. It’s a place where young people come to realise their aspirations, potentially stay and prosper.

News
Stunning five bedroom detached house in Thorne - £360,000

Stunning five bedroom detached house in Thorne - £360,000

This is a stunning five bedroom detached house offering exceptional family accommodation over three floors and set in private gated gardens with a double garage and annex.

Property
The Co-op on the corner of Bawtry Road, Tinsley. Picture courtesy of Keith Martin

Tinsley looks back at Sheffield’s transport heritage

A day of art and archaeology later this month will be exploring the history of Tinsley in north Sheffield.

Arts

Walk in stile at hall

Starting close to the former railway station, our route climbs up to Wortley village. From the village, we pass through farm land and woods. The route then swings round and drops to the Trans Pennine Trail (TPT) which links to the start point.

News
Sheffield sales soar at new housing development

Sheffield sales soar at new housing development

Taylor Wimpey Yorkshire is thrilled to announce that its Taptonville Road development in Sheffield has been so popular among buyers that there are now only a few homes remaining.

Property
Energy conscious property in Epworth - £425,000

Energy conscious property in Epworth - £425,000

This is an architect designed energy conscious property which has versatile four bedroom accommodation over three levels.

Property
Jamie Wilson, IT manager of Impelling Solutions outside Hillsborough which is one of his favourite places in Sheffield.

Favourite Things: Finding life’s solutions in Sheffield’s cuisine, sport and film

Jamie Wilson is an IT manager at Impelling Solutions Ltd, based at The Circle on Rockingham Lane in Sheffield city centre.

Lifestyle 1
Modern urban living in Sheffield all from £95,000

Modern urban living in Sheffield all from £95,000

Within a short walk of Sheffield Central Station, Sheffield Hallam University, city centre shops and nightlife, is this bespoke and modern urban development of apartments.

Property
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