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Sheffield NHS-run nursery branded ‘inadequate’ again

AN NHS-run nursery has been branded as inadequate – six months after Ofsted inspectors raised concerns over safeguarding issues.


Viral infection versus bacterial infection - What is the difference?

Over 34 million antibiotics are prescribed each year here in the UK. But did you know that antibiotics have no effect on viral infections and that the common cold is caused by a viral infection?

There are plenty of Halloween and Bonfire Night events to choose from in Sheffield.

Your complete guide to Halloween, Bonfire and firework events in Sheffield 2016

Halloween and Bonfire Night will soon be upon us - and there's plenty going on in Sheffield this year to keep you entertained.
The Celebrate British Beer Awards.

Cheers! Sheffield beer shop’s top award

A Sheffield beer and cider shop has scooped a top regional award.

South Yorkshire Police has released a no trick or treaters poster ahead of Halloween.

"No trick or treaters" poster released by South Yorkshire Police ahead of Halloween

South Yorkshire Police has released a "no trick or treaters" poster in a bid to curb anti-social behaviour ahead of Halloween.

Dog Blue needs a home.

South Yorkshire animal lovers urged to give a home to Lurcher Blue

Big-hearted South Yorkshire animal lovers are being urged to give an enthusiastic dog a home.

The "horse's head" towel at Rossington Hall Riding For The Disabled. (Photo: Sharon Matchett).

PICTURE: Mysterious Turin Shroud-style horse's head appears on towel used to clean pony at Doncaster stable

This is the spooky moment the mysterious outline of a horse's head appeared on a towel at a Doncaster stable - just moments after it was used to clean a pony.

John Burkhill during one of his charity fundraising walks.

RETRO: How Sheffield’s ‘Man with a Pram’ got his nickname

Legendary Sheffield fundraiser John Burkhill has relived his extraordinary life in a charity biography.

Lucy Crapper finds the highest bidder

Herd of Sheffield charity auction raises £410,600 for Sheffield Children's Hospital

Hundreds of elephant enthusiasts gathered at the Crucible last night for the Herd of Sheffield auction which raised a total of £410,600 for The Children’s Hospital Charity.
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STOCK: Sheffield at night, The Crucible Theatre.

Sheffield to come AliveAfter5 as retailers pledge to open late

Scores of Sheffield shops will open late on Thursdays as city leaders try to bring the centre alive in the evenings.

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Quarry Hill Road, Wath

Shopkeeper foils South Yorkshire raid

A South Yorkshire store owner chased from his convenience store two would-be robbers, one of whom had a gun.
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Doncaster boy who nearly died at birth starts school for the first time

Doncaster boy who nearly died at birth starts school for the first time

A little boy who nearly died at birth marked a huge milestone earlier this month as he started school for the first time.

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South Yorkshire bookies armed raid CCTV appeal

Detectives investigating a South Yorkshire betting shop robbery have just released camera images of the incident.

Lyons Street Sheffield robbery witness appeal

Police probe after woman robbed in Sheffield

South Yorkshire Police are appealing for the public's help after a 29-year-old woman was victim of a Sheffield street robbery.

Sheffield is to benefit from one of the largest installations of running routes in England thanks to a new city-wide partnership which has secured over �100,000 of funding from England Athletics.

Special Report: Researchers putting Sheffield on the path to a healthy future

The Yorkshire Health Study, led by a team from Sheffield University’s School of Health and Related Research, is on a mission to measure the city’s weight, drinking, mood and exercise habits

New crime figures have been released

Violent crime, robbery and sex offences on the up in South Yorkshire

Police chiefs recorded an increase in violent crime, sex offences, robbery and possession of weapons last year, new figures reveal.

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Richard Hammond, Jeremy Clarkson and James May with staff at Mister Chips in Whitby.

Doncaster TV star Jeremy Clarkson says Whitby fish and chips "best in world" during Yorkshire filming for new show

Doncaster television star Jeremy Clarkson has proclaimed Yorkshire fish and chips the best in the world while filming his new show in Whitby.

Overweight Doncaster mum who couldn’t run after her children loses six stones

Overweight Doncaster mum who couldn’t run after her children loses six stones

In 2014, Caron was 16st 6lb - the heaviest she’d ever been. She’d been admitted to hospital three times with severe asthma attacks and was unable to run after her two small children. Caron knew the time had come to really make a change.

The Children's Hospital have estimated that each elephant shouldraise around 1,500 for charity - with some of the most popular sculptures going for much more

Will there be an elephant in YOUR room after tonight's Herd of Sheffield auction?

After three months out in the wild it is finally time for the much-loved Herd of Sheffield elephant sculptures to find permanent homes.
Firefighters dealt with 925 kitchen blazes in three years

South Yorkshire firefighters tackle nearly 1,000 kitchen blazes in three years

A new campaign to reduce kitchen fires has been launched, with nearly 1,000 blazes dealt with in South Yorkshire over the last three years.
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