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Craving the sunshine? Here's the top five places to go in September

You might be feeling gloomy that summer appears to be well and truly over but fear not. If you aren’t tied down by school holiday dates, September can be the perfect time to take a staycation.

Travel
Darren Burke is learning to love life on two wheels again.

Health column: Why I'm having a wheely good time back on the roads on my bike

They say (although I’m not sure who ‘they’ are) that you never forget how to ride a bike.

Lifestyle
David Clarke, academic at Sheffield Hallam who's written a book about the National Archives' UFO documents

Star Interview: Sheffield expert with the key to Britain’s X-Files puts UFOs in the picture

“What does all this stuff about flying saucers amount to?” asked a curious Winston Churchill of his advisors in the summer of 1952. “What can it mean? What is the truth?”

News
Couples in South Yorkshire could be missing out on a tax break

South Yorkshire couples missing out on £230 a year tax break

Nearly half the couples eligible to claim marriage tax allowance are still failing to do so, according to HM Revenue and Customs

News

Ten fascinating facts you may not know about conkers

Autumn means conker season, and it's time to get collecting.

Environment
Food for thought: Olu Babalola

Food for thought: Olu Babalola

Olu Babalola is a basketball player with Sheffield Sharks and owner of The Wing Kings ‘soul food’ pop up restaurant.

Eating Out
Wildlife Column: A wild time at Woodhouse Washlands

Wildlife Column: A wild time at Woodhouse Washlands

A few weeks back, Peter Wolstenholme of Woodhouse sent me photographs of the meadow flowers at Woodhouse Washlands Nature Reserve on the banks of the River Rother between Sheffield and Rotherham.

Opinion
2nd Sheffield Urban Cyclo Cross at Park Hill Flats: warm up lap

Going flat out as Park Hill hosts urban cyclo cross

At the latest inner city Outdoor City sporting shindig, Ben White was proudly showing off his urban slash. “I got beaten up a bit,” he said, glancing down at a long wound on his calf.

News
Antiques Column: Ringing endorsement for old phones

Antiques Column: Ringing endorsement for old phones

I wonder what Alexander Graham Bell would make of the modern all singing all dancing mobile phone, because it was he who set the ball rolling in1876 when he patented the speaking telephone.

Opinion
Recipe: Bit of a treat for autumn evenings

Recipe: Bit of a treat for autumn evenings

Autumn nights are drawing in - and what better sight to come home to than a proper pie.

Eating Out
Sheffield’s best coffee shops revealed

Sheffield’s best coffee shops revealed

The rise in coffee culture means choosing a cafe can take longer than actually drinking the beverage, due to the vast range of choice available in Sheffield.

Eating Out
Competition: Win tickets to see Phil Collins

Competition: Win tickets to see Phil Collins

Night after night on his incredible comeback tour, Phil Collins has introduced his show to the audience by simply saying that he has missed them.

Lifestyle

VIDEO: Fly DSA Arena takes off as Doncaster Sheffield Airport gets naming rights of Sheffield Arena

UP, up and away...Yorkshire's biggest arena is soaring to new heights today after a six-figure naming rights deal by Doncaster Sheffield Airport to rebrand Sheffield Arena as Fly DSA Arena.
Lifestyle
The Tramlines main stage crowd on the Ponderosa

'We're not distancing ourselves with relocation,' says Sheffield's Tramlines festival as foundation speaks out on failed takeover

A group that led a failed bid to take over the Tramlines music festival in Sheffield has argued the event will 'lose its essence' by moving to Hillsborough Park - but organisers have insisted the celebration will 'remain connected to the city' after its relocation.
News
Rev Keith Farrow with the new Sheffield Cathedral bell. Picture: Marisa Cashill

New Sheffield Cathedral bell chimes with a need to train more ringers

Sheffield Cathedral is ringing the changes as it prepares to install the church's first new bell in more than 45 years.

News
Can you help reunite tiny tot with her beloved bunny?

Can you help reunite tiny tot with her beloved bunny?

A tiny tot from the Isle has been left heartbroken after she lost her favourite cuddly toy.

News
The Milestone's early bird menu offers three courses and a wine or beer for 16.50

EATING OUT: Is this Sheffield's best early bird menu offer?

There is no shortage of restaurants around Sheffield city centre offering enticing ‘early bird’ deals to woo frugal foodies.
News
Drink in decades of history at new look Sheffield bar

Drink in decades of history at new look Sheffield bar

From housing cabinet makers to cocktail creators, 113-117 Devonshire Street has seen plenty of history in over 145 years of use.

Eating Out
GP Doctors NHS

Column: The country’s proud history of the NHS

The NHS is one of the best loved institutions in this country and touches all of us at various times in our lives.

Opinion
Pieminister pies

Pie restaurant heading to Sheffield city centre

A restaurant dedicated to serving up pies is coming to Sheffield city centre.
Business
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