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PICTURES: Fun in the sun at Heeley Festival

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Scene of the crash.

BREAKING NEWS: Two trams crash in Sheffield

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South Yorkshire man in hospital after early morning street assault

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Devonshire Road, Intake. Picture: Google

ALERT: Bogus workmen steal nearly £2000 from 91-year-old Doncaster man

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Doncaster man stabbed while walking his dogs near supermarket

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South Yorkshire Police officers trained to use off road bikes to target nuisance riders

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Sheffield man punished for racist abuse following collision

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Two Sheffield charities scoop top digital awards

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The Moor in Sheffield.

JD Sports set to open new Sheffield store

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The Rev Kate Bottley along with her husband Graham and dog Buster

Former Sheffield RE teacher turned vicar to appear on Celebrity Masterchef

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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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Emergency services were called out to Donetsk Way in Owlthorpe, following reports that a pedestrian had passed out and injured herself on the tracks at about 7pm on Wednesday evening.

Kind-hearted Sheffield woman helps pedestrian who 'fainted' on tram tracks

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Killer Doncaster driver ran over woman, 91, weeks after medics told him to stop driving due to eyesight problems

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A Sheffield student has narrowly avoided prison, after he drunkenly bit part of a man's ear off who was trying to diffuse a brawl that had broken out in the students' union.

Man had ear cartilage bitten off during brawl at Sheffield students' union

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A Sheffield drunk driver trying to evade being caught by police ran red lights, turned his headlights off and made a U-turn so dangerous that it caused his tyres to be worn down to the metal, a court heard.

Sheffield drunk driver carried out U-turn so dangerous it wore tyres down to metal

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The altercation took place in Devonshire Street on December 8 last year

Sheffield student left with fractured jaw after he confronted group who stole his bag as he helped homeless woman

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Secret School: Part-time requests are a symptom of stress among dedicated teachers

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Gill Furniss, MP for Brightside & Hillsborough. Picture: Andrew Roe/The Star

Sheffield MP hits out at 'appalling' planned cuts to school budgets

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Join in car free day - a new initiative to encourage Sheffield families to move more

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Sheffield hotel and charity give career insights to youngsters with learning difficulties

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GCSE A Level students get their results. Charlotte Ward, Aisling Dunn, Lucy Hodgeon and Lydia Bojczuk at North Halifax Grammar School.

Secret School: Why election result makes a clear case for lowering voting age to 16

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Charity boss hailed a UK digital leader

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How Mount Pleasant could look after a �17m transformation.

Old mansion at heart of £17m social project in Sheffield

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Sir Nigel Knowles. Picture: Andrew Roe

‘Radical’ trams plan all set to create jobs

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Steph McGovern, Beth Curtis of the National College for High Speed Rail, and girls from UTC Sheffield. Pic Marie Caley.

Engineering IS for girls says BBC star Steph McGovern

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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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Tower blocks in Netherthorpe

Sheffield Council plans to install sprinkler systems in all city tower blocks

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Parked cars along Cross Hill where the pub will be

Residents raise traffic concerns over new micro pub planned for Sheffield

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Feature 10 years after great deluge people more aware of river

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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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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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Breathing Space, Rotherham

Changing lives for the better in Rotherham

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Fran Hoyland (far right, second row) and friends

Sheffield students (and their Head) take the plunge for Fran

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Bandanas for Bluebell Wood July 1-7

Sport a bandana for Bluebell Wood hospice

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