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Three Sheffield friends produce new fun story book

Three friends from Sheffield have joined forces to produce a new book which is suitable for both children and adults alike.

Tree felling.

Tree survey results 'unreliable', say Sheffield campaigners

Tree campaigners have accused Sheffield Council of using 'unreliable' survey results to justify tree felling.
Sheffield school children are Biz Kids champions

Sheffield school children are Biz Kids champions

When it comes to great fundraising ideas, the children at Sheffield’s Manor Lodge Community Primary School and Pathways Academy are top of the class.

One of the letters from Sheffield-born Sgt Alfred Wilson to his fiancee Nora Tillson.

Search for Sheffield family of wartime sweethearts after letter discovery

An appeal to Sheffield residents to reunite letters written by two wartime sweethearts with their descendants has been launched.

New colour guide showcases Sheffield city centre’s independent and unique businesses

A full-colour guide showcasing Sheffield city centre’s independent and unique businesses has been launched today - highlighting another major draw for visitors to the outdoor city.


PICTURES: Sanctuary for the Peak District’s mountain blackbird

Getting ready for the return of the ring ouzel amidst the climbers.

The couple on their wedding day in October 2016

How this Sheffield couple met through their shared pain of losing someone to cancer

When Stanley and Janet both lost their respected partners to cancer, their worlds fell apart.
Hayfield Drive, Birley. Picture: Google

Tools and generator stolen from Sheffield shed

Burglars broke into a shed before stealing tools and a generator.
Baslow Road, Totley. Picture: Google

Cheeky thieves cut soft top and steal phone from car in Sheffield

Cheeky thieves cut through the soft top of a vehicle and stole a mobile phone from inside.
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High Street, Goldthorpe. Picture: Google

50 South Yorkshire homes hit by power cut

Around 50 South Yorkshire homes have been hit by a power cut today.

Traffic and travel news.

TRAFFIC AND TRAVEL: Major delays on South Yorkshire's rail network this evening

Signalling problems are causing delays on South Yorkshire's rail network this evening.


BREAKING: First picture of young Sheffield dad stabbed to death

A community is in a state of shock after a 'well liked' young dad was stabbed to death close to his home.
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The site of the old Castle Market, under which the River Sheaf flows.

Grant will help Sheffield river see daylight for first time 'in a century'

The Environment Agency has given Sheffield Council £50,000 to help uncover a city centre river.

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The 378th Cutlers' Feast at the Cutlers' Hall, Sheffield. Picture by Seaman Photography

Business Secretary attends 381st Cutlers’ Feast in Sheffield

Business Secretary Greg Clark will be the principal speaker at the Cutlers’ Feast in Sheffield - one of the most important business dinners in the North.


Sheffield young composers join forces with Music in the Round

Talented young musicians from Sheffield’s Westbourne School have been given the chance to hear their own work played and recorded by world class professional musicians.


Sheffield students take part in robotics competition

UTC Sheffield computing students are getting ready to put their high level technical skills to the test by taking part in a national robotics competition. Two teams of Year 10 and Year 12 students will attend the event on May 10th at Silverstone UTC in Northamptonshire, which involves students from other UTCs.

Norton and Meadowhead

Community in focus: Big developments are the talking point in historic Norton and bustling Meadowhead

It’s an area brimming with history which has taken a big leap into the 21st century with brand new developments making it the envy of Sheffield.
Kieran Hartley is head of beer operations at New World Trading Company, parent firm of The Botanist in Leopold Square. He is this week's Favourite Things subject and one of his choices is Sheffield's steel heritage and is pictured beside the Women of Steel statue.

Favourite Things: Sheffield’s endearing traits that never fail to cheer

Since opening in October 2016, The Botanist has welcomed thousands of happy Sheffielders to its three-storey space. The happiest of all is perhaps Kieran Hartley, who has been working with the bar’s parent company New World Trading Company for four years, as head of beer operations.

1 March 2017...Sheffield chef Vicky Wainwright, a former school cook who has become chef of the year for Marco Pierre-White. Picture Scott Merrylees

Sheffield mum’s journey from school cook to chef for Marco Pierre White

A single mother from a Yorkshire council estate tells Chris Burn how she went from school cook to chef for Marco Pierre White.

Sheffield Retail Quarter: construction is set to start next month.

Retail Quarter jobs boom

Thousands of local tradespeople are set to get work after a construction company won an £88 million contract to build the first phase of Sheffield Retail Quarter.

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