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Doncaster safe haven for Saturday night revellers who have had too much to drink

Saturday night revellers in Doncaster will soon be able to head to a safe haven in the town centre.

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Jaqui Copley with Dr Andy Chantry

Brave Sheffield mum’s plea to help find cure in cancer battle

A mum-of-five from Sheffield battling terminal bone marrow cancer has backed a new drive to find a cure for the disease.

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Intake Primary School, Intake, Sheffield

BREAKING: 166 pupils off sick in major outbreak at Sheffield primary school

A sickness bug sweeping a Sheffield primary school has hit 166 pupils and three teachers.
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Make the most of Doncaster minor injuries unit this winter

A Doncaster man is urging local people to make the most of their Minor Injuries Unit this winter after a fall at work left him with an injured shoulder.

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World Aids Day

WORLD AIDS DAY: 28 years after launch, how well do YOU know HIV?

World AIDS Day was first marked on December 1 1988, four years after discovery of the virulent virus.
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Health: Time for patients to assert their rights amid hints of wider change

We often talk about the NHS as being ours, but what does that mean? There are plenty of things we pay taxes for that we don’t regard as ours, at least not in the same way.

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On the run to help Sheffield campaign

On the run to help Sheffield campaign

The Percy Pud 10k run returns on Sunday – and this year proceeds will go to an appeal backed by the Sheffield Telegraph.

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Meningitis alert

New study reveals lack of awareness from parents at spotting symptoms of meningitis

Parents admit they would struggle to identify the signs of meningitis, spot if their child was being bullied - or even perform CPR on a baby or child, a study has found.
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South Yorkshire hospice branches out with Christmas trees

Rotherham Hospice is hoping money grows on trees this Christmas…

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Sheffield doctor wins national award by blood cancer charity Anthony Nolan

Sheffield doctor wins national award by blood cancer charity Anthony Nolan

Professor John Snowden, Consultant Haematologist at Sheffield Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust, was presented with a national award by the blood cancer charity Anthony Nolan.

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Royal Hallamshire Hospital in Sheffield

SPECIAL REPORT: South Yorkshire NHS services facing £571m funding shortfall by 2020

Sheffield health bosses have spoken of their funding fears for NHS services in the city - as South Yorkshire faces a £570m budget black hole by 2020.

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Northern General Hospital A&E department, Sheffield.

Health: How bosses are facing challenge of creating a sustainable NHS in Sheffield

Senior health bosses laid bare the scale of the challenge facing Sheffield’s NHS services at a public meeting this week.

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Sheffield artist unveils Christmas cards to raise cash for children’s hospital

Sheffield artist unveils Christmas cards to raise cash for children’s hospital

Popular Sheffield artist and Artfelt patron, Pete Mckee, has unveiled the design for his charity Christmas Cards, set to raise a bundle for The Children’s Hospital Charity’s arts programme, Artfelt.

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David Simons

Doctorate honour in campaign year

As work starts on a new centre for the Sheffield charity Cavendish cancer care, the good cause is also celebrating a special award.

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Elf service is a tower of power for children

Making hospital a more welcome environment for youngsters in need of treatment.

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Amy Williams with her Epilepsy Seizure Response Dog, Stanley

Graduation day for Sheffield specialist trained Support Dogs

It’s a graduation day with a difference – but these hard-working hounds deserve their honours as much as any student.

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Big John at Breakfast. Liam and his family with surprise wrestling ring bed.

Brave Doncasater boy’s wrestling dreams come true at top arena show

A brave youngster who is battling cancer got the surprise of his life when he was invited to meet some of his wrestling heroes.

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Sheffield Teaching Hospitals, The Jessop Wing.

Pride in Sheffield: Offering a lifeline to thousands of families

Jessops hospital’s intensive care unit is one of the UK’S leading facilities of its kind and with help of donations also offers much more for patients and relatives.

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Child obesity

The Telegraph’s Secret School: Weighing up accountability for obesity crisis among our children

In a Sheffield junior school this week, letters went out to Year 6 pupils informing parents and carers their children will be weighed in the coming weeks.

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