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Sheffield residents hit by power cut

Residents in High Green have been hit by a power cut for most of the day.

Doncaster Sheffield Airport. Picture: Chris Etchells

#FlyDSA: Global airlines see Doncaster Sheffield airport ‘in new light’

Global airlines are seeing Doncaster Sheffield Airport in a new light thanks to massive growth, strong support - and The Star’s campaign to promote it.

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Scarborough beach was voted the sixth best-loved attaction in the country.

Yorkshire attractions voted among England’s best-loved places to visit

A survey of 1,000 National Express passengers has revealed the UK’s best-loved free days out.

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Army of grandparents saving families billions in child care

Army of grandparents saving families billions in child care

An “unpaid army” of grandparents are saving UK families billions in child care costs every year according to the latest research from The International Longevity Centre (ILC-UK) think tank.

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Sheffield College students stage Shakespeare inspired show

Sheffield College students stage Shakespeare inspired show

Sheffield College students are performing a Shakespeare inspired show next month as part of their professional skills development.

The launch of one of the new tram-trains.

Completion date finally set for £58m South Yorkshire tram-train project - more than two years overdue

A completion date has finally been given for the construction of South Yorkshire's tram-train project - with work expected to finish on the £58m scheme two-and-a-half years later than first expected.

Matilda Way, Sheffield. Picture: Google

Alert over 'exposed syringes' in Sheffield city centre

Members of the public are being urged to steer clear of a Sheffield street this morning after 'exposed syringes' were found.

Simon Ogden, head of City Regeneration at Sheffield Council

Interview: The art of regenerating Sheffield

When Simon Ogden started working in Sheffield as a town planner in 1984, during the last days of the Miners’ Strike, he managed to catch the last of the city in its ‘industrial pomp’.

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Vulcan bomber.

Campaign launched to move historic Vulcan bomber up to 80 MILES away from Doncaster

A campaign has been launched to move Doncaster's historic Vulcan bomber up to 80 miles away from the town.

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VIDEO: The Tinnitus Clinic launches pioneering treatment in Yorkshire

Tinnitus sufferers are being offered pioneering treatments with the launch of a leading new audiology clinic in Yorkshire.
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A banner promoting the games is unveiled opposite Sheffield railway station.

Call for Sheffield businesses to back Special Olympics National Games

Sheffield businesses have been urged to help make this summer's Special Olympics National Games a success.

The group after completing their charity challenge.

Armed forces staff in big charity walk around South Yorkshire's football grounds for injured soldiers

Big-hearted armed forces staff were cheered on by thousands of fans at football grounds around South Yorkshire as part of a charity trek to raise money for injured soldiers.

Entries to CyberFirst are now open to Sheffield pupils

Chance for Sheffield pupils to become cyber security experts

Sheffield teenagers have the chance to become cyber security experts by entering a Government competition.

VIDEO: Hunt for D Day veterans to revisit Normandy

VIDEO: Hunt for D Day veterans to revisit Normandy

A search has been launched with the intention of contacting every surviving D Day veteran.

NHS members targeted by tax rebate scam

NHS members targeted by tax rebate scam

NHS workers are being targeted by companies claiming they can get a tax rebate on the victim’s behalf.

Croftacres care home in Malin Bridge

Sheffield care home branded 'inadequate' and placed into special measures following damning inspection

A Sheffield care home has been placed into special measures after Government inspectors revealed a raft of failings.

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CCTV image of a man wanted in connection with disorder after a football match.

CCTV released of man wanted in connection with violence after Barnsley and Leeds match

Police have issued a CCTV picture of a man they are tracing after violence flared at a Barnsley v Leeds United football match.

Report released into achievements at Sheffield schools

Significant improvements see Sheffield rise up the school rankings

Sheffield has risen rapidly up the ranking tables following significant improvement across city schools, according to a new report.
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Handsworth Christian School, Handsworth Road

Headteacher speaks out after Sheffield school closes suddenly

A decline in pupil numbers has led to the sudden closure of a Sheffield school, says its headteacher.
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Strike action could cause disruption on South Yorkshire's railway network

Workers on Northern Rail - which runs train services across South Yorkshire - are going to be balloted for strike action.

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