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Doncaster's Flying Scotsman grinds to a halt due to fault

Hundreds of railway enthusiasts were left disappointed after a journey by the Doncaster-built Flying Scotsman was cancelled due to a fault.

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Jason Dunn.

Mystery disappearance of Doncaster man

Police and family members are growing concerned for the welfare of a missing Doncaster man.

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Diana Veidere and Callum Armstrong

Career kick-start for apprentices on Great Yorkshire Way

Two young people are setting off on engineering careers after landing apprenticeships with Carillion building the second phase of the Great Yorkshire Way, on behalf of Doncaster Council.

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The Off The Shelf organising committee.

READING CAMPAIGN: Deadline extended for Sheffield youngsters to enter our fun poetry competition

The deadline for an exciting and unique poetry competition has been extended for another week - to give you even more time to submit your entries.
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The Olympic Legacy Park is opened on the site of the old Don Valley Stadium
Pupils from the Oasis Academy celebrate the opeing of the public spaces by having a race on the running track

Northern Lights: Former Don Valley set to be thriving part of community for everyone

Hopefully, metaphorically speaking, 2018 will see the Eagles landing and the Sharks swimming in new facilities on Sheffield Olympic Legacy Park. 
It hasn’t been an easy journey getting both teams to the Park and I know from social media comments that many thought the Eagles would not return to the city.

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Georgina Gill, classic and latin teacher at High Storrs School is setting up a crowdfunding campaign to ensure GCSE Classics can be continued to be taught.

Education Column: Schools need to focus on students and subjects, not new management

The number of Sheffield school children who get taught about classical civilisation has dwindled in recent years, meaning that the specialist subject could be exclusively limited to private schools in the not too distant future.

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Master Cutler Ken Cooke with the stainless steel doors at the Cutlers Hall in 		central Sheffield, home of the Company of Cutlers in Hallamshire, founded in 1624.

A Master of survival who never gives in - Master Cutler Ken Cooke

After 45 years running the business he founded, the new Master Cutler’s advice is very simple: never give in.

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Some of the stolen items.

Burglars steal expensive jewellery from Sheffield family - then spray their home with bleach

A family has been left devastated after callous burglars stole expensive gold jewellery from their home - and then sprayed the property with bleach causing horrendous damage.

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UPDATE: Police confirm man's injuries following 'disturbance' near Sheffield Cathedral

Police have confirmed a man was injured during a disturbance between a group of men in Sheffield city centre this afternoon.

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VIDEO: Knifeman reportedly at large in Sheffield city centre after stabbing

A knifeman is reportedly at large in Sheffield city centre this afternoon after stabbing another man.

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South Yorkshire classes to help deal with life’s pressures

Are life’s pressures getting you down and making you feel stressed and anxious? Do you worry a lot? Then a stress control class could help you.

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The Holly Bush in Edenthorpe. Picture: Google

Sneaky pool players pocket money from Doncaster boozer during game

Sneaky pool players pocketed themselves some free winnings - by stealing from the table during a game at a Doncaster pub.

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Sheffield school welcomes new dining experience

Sheffield school welcomes new dining experience

Mouthwatering mains and delicious desserts are being cooked up from a new kitchen at a Sheffield school.

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Nick Heyward.

Eighties Echoes in Sheffield with Nick Heyward

Eighties icon Nick Heyward is back with a new album and UK tour – including a date in Sheffield.

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Increase in schools operating at a deficit as education funding crisis continues in Sheffield

The number of schools in Sheffield operating at a deficit has increased as education leaders battle to balance the books.

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Angela Clarke will step down as headteacher at Lower Meadow Primary Academy, in Batemoor, Sheffield at the end of the term

'Tremendous' principal to step down at Sheffield primary school

The boss of an academy trust has announced changes to leadership at some of its schools in Sheffield.
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Sheffield youngster’s dreams come true

Sheffield youngster’s dreams come true

It was a day to remember for one young Sheffield United fan, when he fulfilled two dreams together at Bramall Lane.

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Sheffield cardiologists play a leading role

Sheffield cardiologists play a leading role

Sheffield cardiologists are among a number of world leaders in their specialised fields to have contributed to a major new international cardiology textbook highlighting developments in the field.

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Key Sheffield business leader swaps boardroom for a unique sporting venue

Key Sheffield business leader swaps boardroom for a unique sporting venue

One of Sheffield’s key business leaders will swap the boardroom for a unique sporting venue next month (November) when he takes part in a special fundraising challenge.

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Richard Caborn.

'National screen institute' could be part of Sheffield's bid to land Channel 4

Bringing Channel 4 to Sheffield could see the broadcaster establish a national institute in the city that would harness emerging digital technology.

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