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£900m devolution deal ‘in the balance’ in Sheffield City Region

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Meet the Editor digital event at The Star: Steve Manley, Editor Nancy Fielder, Pennie Raven, Business Editor David Walsh, Andrew Woods, Laura Bennett, Zoe Hebblethwaite and Managing Editor Rob Hollingworth

Making friends at The Star’s Meet-the-Editor network events

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'I feel like I've suffered a death' - that is the heartbreaking admission from a Sheffield rape victim whose attacker has now been jailed for over 12 years after he admitted to breaking into her home and carrying out the vile sex crime.

'I feel like I've suffered a death' - Justice for Sheffield woman who was raped in her own bed by masked burglar

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Judith Ducker died 50 days after suffering serious head injuries during a robbery at Wellgate News in Wellgate, Rotherham

Man accused of murdering shopkeeper was suffering from drug-induced amnesia at time of attack, court told

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ALERT: Residents issue warning about 'tall man hiding in long grass' trying to feed berries to children in Sheffield park

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South Yorkshire fires round-up: Arson attacks, house blaze and grassland fires

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Rival football hooligan gangs punished for violence in front of families at Rotherham Railway Station

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Doncaster tower block window capping to be removed after Grenfell Tower tragedy

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The bike recovered by police during a raid.

Appeal to find rightful owner of bike recovered during South Yorkshire Police raid

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Martin Shaw.

Urgent appeal to find Sheffield man who went missing from home in middle of night

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Appeal after pensioner hit by car in Sheffield city centre

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A firefighter at the scene of the chemical spill.

PICTURES: Major South Yorkshire road closed after mystery chemical is discovered

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The lane closure is on theA1 northbound, between the A639 and A1 J40 just outside Doncaster.

Delays on Doncaster stretch of motorway due to accident

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Traffic on a busy Sheffield city centre street will be one-way only for a period of 12 hours starting from this afternoon, to allow for bridge repairs to be made.

Traffic to be one-way only on busy Sheffield city centre street to allow for bridge repairs

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Train passengers travelling on a number of lines leaving Sheffield and Rotherham are being affected by day-long engineering works.

Sheffield train passengers being affected by day-long engineering works

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'I feel like I've suffered a death' - Justice for Sheffield woman who was raped in her own bed by masked burglar

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Judith Ducker died 50 days after suffering serious head injuries during a robbery at Wellgate News in Wellgate, Rotherham

Man accused of murdering shopkeeper was suffering from drug-induced amnesia at time of attack, court told

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Police have released this CCTV image

CCTV images released after attempted armed robbery at Sheffield fish and chip shop

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Kelly Brewster and Ian Winslow

Heartbroken partner of Sheffield woman killed in terror attack pays tribute to 'caring, loving and beautiful young lady' at memorial football match

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Failing sheffield primary school is making progress

Education
Adam Rich

Double award win for Hallam architecture graduate

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South Yorkshire students celebrate outstanding achievements

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Veterans need specific services to overcome addiction, new Sheffield research reveals

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Colleges receive silver award in new national higher education ratings

Education

£900m devolution deal ‘in the balance’ in Sheffield City Region

Business
Meet the Editor digital event at The Star: Steve Manley, Editor Nancy Fielder, Pennie Raven, Business Editor David Walsh, Andrew Woods, Laura Bennett, Zoe Hebblethwaite and Managing Editor Rob Hollingworth

Making friends at The Star’s Meet-the-Editor network events

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Yorkshire customers’ satisfaction with water bills above national average, report says

Business
Helen receives the Digital Leader of the Year award from CEO of Invotra Fintan Galvin at the St. Pancras Renaissance London Hotel.

Charity boss hailed a UK digital leader

Business

BREAKING: Cladding on Sheffield tower block to be removed after failing fire safety test

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Doncaster Civic Offices

Nine official complaints against Doncaster councillors

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Flooding in Sheffield in 2007

Sheffield faces £41m shortfall for flood protection schemes

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Council cabinet member Jack Scott with residents of Psalter Lane

Residents petition council to implement traffic calming measures on 'busy and fast' Sheffield road

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Sheffield has 391 EU workers employed within NHS services in the city. Picture: PA

EU doctors and nurses working in Sheffield consider leaving NHS over Brexit fears

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Feature 10 years after great deluge people more aware of river

Environment
Bumblebee Conservation Trust Pollinating the Peak staff checking bees at Longshaw: Sally Cuckney sweeping for bees in the small car park meadow

Feature: How flower power can keep bees at Peak numbers

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Grace Vincent offfers vegetarian products from New Roots;  at the Sheffield Green fair at St Mary's Community centre, Bramall Lane.

Remembering founder of Sheffield shop with a sense of social justice

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20 June 2017.....Ten years after the Sheffield floods that claimed two lives, a volunteer group has been meeting each week to clear the River Don of rubbish that contributed to the disastrous flooding.Pictured Rochelle Kent-Ellis and Jade Roche.  Picture Scott Merrylees

Sheffield volunteers praised for keeping River Don clear

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Yoga trapeze gets off to a flying start in Sheffield

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Sheffield care home receives the praise of CQC inspectors

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Veterans need specific services to overcome addiction, new Sheffield research reveals

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Tapton Hall

Charity ball in aid of Sheffield cancer cause

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Health: ‘Depression blocks your potential - it simply becomes a game of survival’

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