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Simmsy column: Can Sheffield Steelers make history this season?

On Saturday the Steelers begin that campaign to re-write the history books by becoming the first team to land three back-to-back league titles.

Sport
Edwin and Mary

Antiques Column: Edwin and Mary’s ceramic success

Edwin and Mary Scheier were ceramicists and they met and married in Virginia in 1973, forming a very successful partnership, both personally and professionally.

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Luke Ferrara comes a cropper against Panthers. Pic: Dean Woolley

Dave Simms’ Steelers column: Sexy hockey is a winner at the Arena

Last Sunday we saw some of the sexiest hockey ever seen at the Arena.

Sport
When ‘No’ means nothing

When ‘No’ means nothing

How often do we use the word ‘no’ to stop our dogs from doing this or that?

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My View: Advice for a smooth first day at school

The big day has come.

Opinion
Sharps fruit and veg shop, South Kane, Sheffield. Pictured is Spencer Sharp who has run the shop for 36 years. Photo: Chris Etchells

Favourite Things: A fruitful way to remain at the centre of Sheffield life

Spencer Sharp is Sheffield born and bred, and his family goes back at least three generations in the city. The 51-year-old is married to Caroline with two children, Jonathan and Emma.

Opinion
Kell Brook reacts after being pulled out by trainer Dominic Ingle during the WBC, IBF and IBO World Middleweight title bout with Gennady Golovkin at The O2 Arena, London. Pic Nick Potts/PA Wire.

Dennis Hobson column: Kell Brook should go after Amir Khan, now

Did the fact that Kell Brook was injured against GGG reinforce your view that the fight should not have been made?

Boxing
Robert Wallace Martin and Edwin Martin

Antiques Column with Michael Dowse: Brothers drove pottery’s evolution

The Martin Brothers’ first pottery opened in 1873, in Lambeth, London, but by 1877 it had moved to Southall where it remained until the workshop closed in 1915.

Opinion

Column:Honoured to be part of campaign

As well as being regional managing partner of the Sheffield offices of national law firm Irwin Mitchell, I have been a proud trustee of The Children’s Hospital Charity for 25 years and the chairman of the charity for over 20 years.

Opinion
Jesse Schultz scoring an unforgettable hat-trick

Simmsy column: Celebrate an historic Sheffield Steelers win

Never have two points in any competition been more richly deserved than those Sheffield Steelers earned last Sunday against Red Bull Salzburg.

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COLUMN: Advice for a smooth first day at school

The big day has come.

Opinion
In the saddle with Anita Marsh: Massage makes a difference

In the saddle with Anita Marsh: Massage makes a difference

We had a great day recently at a charity horse show - we didn't take the horses as we had only returned back from our holidays the previous day but we did take our rescue dog and entered her in the dog show.

Lifestyle

Telegraph Column by Crystal Peaks’ Clare Farmer: Sculpting positivity and friendship

Here at Crystal Peaks we are delighted to be sponsoring one elephant of our own as part of the Children’s Hospital’s Herd of Sheffield campaign and hosting another.

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Stock image - Mocked up theft pictures

Poverty-stricken Sheffield pensioners forced into life of crime

Sheffield pensioners are being pushed so far below the poverty line they are being forced into a life of crime, according to an expert in the city.

News
REVEALED: Pensioner crime soars by 25 per cent in Sheffield

REVEALED: Pensioner crime soars by 25 per cent in Sheffield

Crime committed by old age pensioners in Sheffield has soared by 25 per cent in the last three years, The Star can reveal.

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Sheffield Children's Hospital  - an artist's impression of what the completed building will look like

Telegraph Column: Inspirational teen takes on fitness challenge

In December 2008, just before my 10th birthday, I was diagnosed with a rare, benign brain tumour.

Opinion

Richard Wood column: The Rotherham United defender on England and deadline day

The main topics of the week have been Sam Allardyce naming his first England squad and of course Deadline Day.

Football
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Antiques Column: Pottery company’s recipe for success

Spode was established in 1776 in Stoke-on-Trent by Josiah Spode who wanted to set up on his own after years of working for other ceramic manufacturers.

Opinion
University of Sheffield

Why the University and city must work together to create a vibrant Sheffield

When the University of Sheffield was founded in 1905, it was for the people of the city and because of the people of the city. When factory workers from across Sheffield generously gave their penny donations, it was with a clear vision of establishing a university which would benefit their economy, improve their health and enhance the lives of their children.

Education

New plans for bus services to be put to residents

New plans for buses in Penistone are to be put to residents next month.

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