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Telegraph View: More trams would make sense

Next stop on the Sheffield Supertram - Dore and Totley. Well, not today it isn’t - or maybe ever, if the tone of Ben Gilligan, South Yorkshire’s director of public transport, can be accurately gauged.

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Richard Blackledge

Telegraph View: Keeping classics for tomorrow

How many Telegraph readers studied classics at school? I attended a council-run school and certainly didn’t, but impressively some state secondary pupils in Sheffield do get the chance. At High Storrs, students in Year 8 get the chance to study the Ancient Greeks and Romans, and Latin, before deciding whether to choose it as an A-level. But the programme, while safe this year, is under threat.

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David Walsh Business Round Table with Nancy Fielder

Telegraph View: Honouring lives well lived

Sheffield was hit by news of the deaths of two popular people this week.

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David Walsh Business Round Table with Nancy Fielder

Telegraph View: Whose future view matters?

There are many reasons why Sheffield needs more homes.

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David Walsh Business Round Table with Nancy Fielder

Telegraph View: Trust beyond search engines

The price of houses is dictated by much more than the number of bedrooms.

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Nancy Fielder

Telegraph View: Deals on the table for region

It is amazing what can be achieved when you work together.

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Jo Cox was murdered in 2016.

Point of View: No room for hate in this world

While the events of Charlottesville, may seem so distant from us here in South Yorkshire, we for a number of years have been sadly familiar with the faces, sentiments and the intent of hate presenting itself in our region.

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David Walsh Business Round Table with Nancy Fielder

Telegraph View: Cards on the table - together

There are options on the table and a discussion is under way. Talks around the Library Theatre are of wider interest than might otherwise have been the case, because of its inextricable link with the Central Library.

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David Walsh Business Round Table with Nancy Fielder

Telegraph View: In a spin over whether to trust

Why don’t you just ask the question?

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Ellen Beardmore

Telegraph View: New route ahead for festival

Who can believe that Tramlines has been going for a whole decade?

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Nancy Fielder

Telegraph View: Reminder: we’re on same side

This could be the first time a story about a leaky pipe has made the front page story of the Sheffield Telegraph.

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Star editor Nancy Fielder is campaigning for Pride in Sheffield.

Telegraph View: How much detail do we want?

A lot of decisions which have implications for all of us are taken during meetings within the town hall.

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Joe Root was named as the new England captain on Monday (Photo: PA)

Telegraph View: Saluting Joe’s Root to the top

The names of Sheffield’s sporting greats just roll off the tongue; Ennis-Hill, Vaughan, Fitzpatrick, Willett, Hamed, Taylor, Dooley, Vardy, Ingle, Banks, Coe, Matthew...

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Nancy Fielder

Telegraph View: Mixing ambition and heritage

Give us World Heritage status.

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Nancy Fielder

Telegraph View: Hunting for equal complaints

If you have a tiny violin you might want to get it out now.

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Nancy Fielder

Telegraph View: Only way to get us out of cars

We are a city that depends on our cars, whether you like that or not.

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John Mothersole, Chief Executive of Sheffield City Council

Telegraph View: Name out of a hat anyone?

If you are going to vote today – or if you have already voted – then I thank you. If you plan not to vote, then why not?

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David Walsh Business Round Table with Nancy Fielder

Telegraph View: More than just instruments

Will you help ensure every child in Sheffield has access to music?

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Telegraph View: Hostility is terror’s best recruit

Telegraph View: Hostility is terror’s best recruit

As a parent of an eight-year-old, I look on the cowardly, horrific and barbaric act in Manchester with horror and cannot imagine the pain of those parents and families grieving.

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Nancy Fielder

Telegrah View: Time to know your neighbour

There are times when the simplest of actions can be the most powerful.

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