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NORTHERN LIGHTS: How can we make the air cleaner in Sheffield?

As I write this column, the city is being visited by Horasis which styles itself as a global conference about China.

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COLUMNIST: Gardens, plants and green landscapes are good for you

COLUMNIST: Gardens, plants and green landscapes are good for you

Gardens, plants and green landscapes are good for you.

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Dr Kate Lovett Dean of the Royal College of  Psychiatrists

COLUMNIST: Sometimes our mental health becomes so impaired we need psychiatric help

We all have mental health. Just as many of us strive to get five a day or make it to 10,000 steps, it’s important that we’re conscious of trying to maintain and improve our mental health day. 

Health
Generic picture of a school lesson

Education: Teachers are cogs working to improve city’s educational machine

As a classroom teacher in a Sheffield school, it’s very difficult to determine exactly how long I’ve spent planning lessons for the city’s children.

Education
Jeff Astle

Martin Smith: Football demential issue needs tackling to safeguard our kids

Industrial disease.

Football
Nadeem Murtuja

Column: Power privilege and entitlement

When Sir Michael Fallon resigned from his role as Defence Secretary, he made the following statement, “the culture has changed over the years, what might have been acceptable 10, 15 years ago is certainly not acceptable now”.

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Denise Crisell in the Peak District

Favourite Things: Favourite places of an adopted Sheffielder

Sheffield was more by accident than design for Denise Crisell.

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Colton Fretter - best sirloin steak

Simmsey column: Sheffield Steelers should leave Mathieu Roy out

This weekend the Steelers are in Denmark to play in the Continental Cup. We do so with the biggest squad that the club has ever used for a tournament like this and that’s why I think we should leave Mathieu Roy at home.

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COLUMNIST: Doncaster is in the top three in the country with a weight problem

COLUMNIST: Doncaster is in the top three in the country with a weight problem

Recent figures reveal that Doncaster is one of the top three areas in the country with a weight problem, with around three-quarters of our local adult population classed as either overweight or obese.

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Antiques Column: Victorian hand-painted papier-mâché

Antiques Column: Victorian hand-painted papier-mâché

Papier-mâché furniture became popular in the Victorian period of the 19th century. The decoration is japanned or varnished onto a mostly black background.

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Feature: Sheffield mountain bikers becoming shining examples across the UK

Responsible riding is key to allowing cycles on paths of the National Park.

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In the Saddle: Thanks to local drivers...

In the Saddle: Thanks to local drivers...

Since getting our new pony, Mara, we have been working on getting to know her and building a bond between her and my daughter.

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Sheffield Telegraph reporter Rochelle Barrand, (second from right), with her housemates.

Column: Living in house shares is like dating, but when it works it’s wonderful

Since I moved to Sheffield six years ago, I have lived in seven houses and have had a total of 35 house mates.

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Mathieu Roy battles for possession around the Cardiff Devils' goal

Sheffield Steelers: I’m not wearing rose tinted glasses says Simmsey

There are a few stats being branded around right now about. Factually correct I guess but perhaps requiring a little background.

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Leon Clarke of Sheffield Utd celebrates scoring the fourth goal during the Championship match at Bramall Lane

Martin Smith column: Lose the hate and love Leon - the Owls and Blades goal machine

Sometimes you just have to say ‘well done’, no prevarication or tribal truculence appropriate.

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Sheffield Telegraph column writer Ekaterina Petrovna with her son Misha.

Column: I fell for the city as soon as I came

I remember when I visited Sheffield for the first time. I came for a short weekend to see my mum who moved here from the Netherlands to work at university, and frankly speaking, I tried to be unimpressed.

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MY FAVOURITE THINGS: Hotel manager talks of his love of the great outdoors and Sheffield United

MY FAVOURITE THINGS: Hotel manager talks of his love of the great outdoors and Sheffield United

Tim Cadman is General Manager at the four-star Copthorne Hotel Sheffield, which is also home to the award winning 18 Fifty 5 restaurant.

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Telegraph column

I’m grateful for all my family’s assistance - and not just the monetary: by Nik Farah

I owe my parents and my in-laws a huge debt of gratitude - at least £12,000 per year to be exact.

News

Flaneur - Jd Dewitt: Most fab views in the whole city!

29 years ago I brought a Canadian friend to the Sheffield Ski Village.

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Wildlife Columnist: ‘There’s less bother with a hover’

Wildlife Columnist: ‘There’s less bother with a hover’

I suspect that the kestrel has been overtaken as our most familiar bird of prey by a host of species doing rather well and some being very high profile – even if not so common: Peregrine Falcon, Common Buzzard, Red Kite, and Sparrowhawk for example.

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