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Telegraph View: All opinions are up for debate

What was your first response to today’s front page story calling for the city to support our council as it makes bold decisions for the future?

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Nancy Fielder

Telegraph View: Challenge to see another way

It is fairly easy to think so much about our public services is doom and gloom these days.

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Nancy Fielder

Telegraph View: Everything changes but news

How have newspapers changed?

Opinion
Nancy Fielder

Telegraph View: City’s great asset of expertise

Sheffield is brimming with experts who are internationally renowned and chose to make their home here.

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Central Library and Graves Art Gallery. Picture: Andrew Roe

Why answers will help find a way forward for our library

As a petition opposing a five-star hotel at the Central Library and Graves Gallery building gathers more than 10,000 signatures, the Sheffield Telegraph’s editor calls for more detail on the proposal

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Eagles chief Mark Aston

Sheffield Eagles chief Mark Aston deserves our help

It was sad to read about the plight of the Sheffield Eagles.

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Peaceful Peace Gardens

Sheffield Peace Gardens far from peaceful

On Bank Holiday Monday I took Supertram to Sheffield city centre and alighted at Castle Square.

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Wednesday's wonderful Wembley support

LETTER: We're all Wednesday aren't we?

To the owner, manager, staff, players and all supporters of Sheffield Wednesday.

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FEATURE: Sheffield DJs set up new music platform for city’s artists

FEATURE: Sheffield DJs set up new music platform for city’s artists

For most aspiring artists, getting your music played on the radio and heard by thousands of new listeners is the ultimate goal.

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Celebrating Scouting

STAR LETTER: Scouts honour volunteers celebration

This is Volunteers’ Week: The Big Celebration and what better time to recognise the incredible work of our 1,822 Scouting volunteers?
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Memorial to Sheffield Pals, Serre, France

Letter: Shame on the city council for not honouring the Somme dead

On July 1 we commemorate the 100th anniversary of the Battle of the Somme and the gallant sacrifice of 565 Sheffield men, including 248 men of the Yorkshire and Lancashire Regiment, which includes the volunteers in the Sheffield City Battalion, who gave their lives for our future freedom.

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Trams can be a hazard for bikers.

LETTERS: "Tram passengers are a hazard to cyclists"

Your article, of April 25, highlights well the hazards of tram tracks for cycling.

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Letter: Put people before profit

The long-awaited legal verdict on the trees injunction is overdue as I write this.

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Further explanation wanted over the axe attack on historic Stanage Pole

Further explanation wanted over the axe attack on historic Stanage Pole

I read with interest the recent letter by J Robin Hughes on the mysterious disappearance of Stanage Pole in 1915,but this was not the first time it had gone missing.

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Hardest hit by cuts are struggling to survive

Hardest hit by cuts are struggling to survive

I am a Labour party member and an opponent of the council’s tree felling plans.

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Dog owners, have respect for others

Dog owners, have respect for others

I regularly run through Ecclesall Woods, which is a favourite place for dog walkers and there are signs at the entrance to the woods that say dogs should be kept on leads.

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Local people are determined to be heard

Local people are determined to be heard

The Ecclesall area of Sheffield provides a good quality of life and a strong sense of community. However, the well-being of the area is currently under threat.

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Resurfaced pavements have changed my life

Resurfaced pavements have changed my life

I am registered blind but have a little vision and am able to go out with the aid of a white cane with which I feel the ground.

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Sad day for country if we don’t leave EU?

Sad day for country if we don’t leave EU?

After a fake EU “renegotiation” insincere ex Carlton Television PR man, David Cameron tries to fool us by manufacturing a non existent “victory” with his “reformed” Europe.

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Pot holes and uneven roads which are causing damage to vehicles in Sheffield and have cost the Sheffield council �1.23 million in compensation and legal fees over the last four years. Damage on Halifax Road near Foxhill

The roads in Sheffield were - and many still are - in an appalling state

Steve Barnard of the Greens rightly calls for Liberal Democrats to take responsibility for the Streets Ahead programme (Telegraph Letters, 11 February).

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