DVLA VED car tax: Find out how much you will pay!

New tax rules will end up costing South Yorkshire motorists hundreds of pounds when they come into force in April.

Psalter Tavern on Psalter Lane

Psalter Tavern could become flats

The Psalter, a well-known Sheffield bar and hotel, has recently come to the market following the failure of the operator, Parity Bars.

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Richard Wright, of Sheffield Chamber of Commerce Picture: Andrew Roe

‘Flabbergasted’ by devolution stance

The head of Sheffield Chamber has said he is “flabbergasted” after the leaders of Barnsley and Doncaster councils said they would explore a whole Yorkshire devolution deal.

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The former Griffs Works in Stannington.

New homes plan for Sheffield factory site raises green belt concerns

Fresh plans to put housing up on the site of a former ceramics factory have again been met with opposition due to the site’s location in the green belt.

Joint owners of Fletcher Plant Ltd, Steve Lythgoe, left, and Richard Fletcher.

Collapsed Mr Rubble skip contracts honoured by new owner

The boss of a Sheffield skip company which bought rival firm Mr Rubble out of liquidation said all the old contracts were being serviced and it was ‘business as usual’ for customers.


Club faces closure after demand

Richard Caborn has slammed Marston’s brewery for allegedly demanding immediate payment of a £25,000 debt, claiming it could force a Sheffield community club to close.

Mayor of Doncaster Ros Jones Picture: Chris Etchells

Devolution poll is axed

Elections for a Sheffield City Region mayor have been dramatically cancelled, throwing the £900m devolution deal into chaos.

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Sheffield-based Coralie Turpin and Owen Waterhouse have designed the artwork on the side of the new kiosks on The Moor. Photo: Will Roberts

Sheffield artists add 'prestige' to The Moor as figures show 7 per cent increase in visitors

Three new kiosks featuring Sheffield artwork are due to open on The Moor, as it was revealed 700,000 more shoppers are visiting the street than a year ago.
Krynkl in Shalesmoor.

Container development ships in

An ‘eclectic’ mix of companies are making Sheffield’s highly-anticipated shipping container development their home.

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For Let signs on Crookes Road, Crookes.

‘Blight’ of rental housing boards

Calls are growing for greater curbs on ‘to let’ boards that residents claim are blighting Sheffield suburbs popular with students.

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Law firm’s UK award

Law firm’s UK award

Lupton Fawcett, which has an office in Sheffield, has been singled out as the best regional law firm in the country for its employment and human resource work.

Chesterfields future is unclear

Devolution crisis meeting

City Region bosses staged an emergency meeting to hammer out plans to save the £900m devolution deal.


VIDEO: #DisabilityWorks supplement

The #DisabilityWorks campaign concluded with coverage of an awards event and a personal letter to Sheffield from disability minister Penny Mordaunt.

Doncaster Sheffield Airport.

Gale force winds cause flight delays at Sheffield Doncaster Airport

A number of flights at Doncaster Sheffield Airport are expected to be delayed today due to the high winds.

Deadline today to defend your free press

Today is YOUR last chance to defend YOUR right to know

Today is your last chance to stand up and defend a free British press ... and your right to know.
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Oliver Bryssau, chief executive of Origin Broadband, Yorkshire Way, Armthorpe. Picture: Andrew Roe

400 jobs hope as Origin gets £3m

Origin Broadband is aiming to create 400 jobs after a £3million investment by a private equity company.

The Amazon unit is visible lower centre with a white roof

Amazon shed sold for £15m in city

A Sheffield distribution centre let to Amazon has changed hands in what is claimed to be the largest industrial investment in the city in 2016 - believed to be £15million.

Alan Howard plan, Attercliffe

Training centre plan ‘lacking character’

Plans have gone in for a £1.2million hairdressing distribution and training centre in Attercliffe - but the Olympic Legacy Park has objected, saying it lacks character.

Pots of money: coffee soaks up large part of 1,000 average annual work costs

Counting cost of office extras ... £40,000 during your career!

From quick cuppas to chipping in for colleagues' birthday presents, office staff can expect to spend staggering £40,000-plus on workplace costs in a lifetime.
Richard Caborn is president of Sheffield Trades and Labour Club

Club faces closure after debt demand

Richard Caborn has slammed Marston’s brewery for allegedly demanding immediate payment of a £25,000 debt, claiming it could force a Sheffield community club to close.

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