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Third Sheffield office block snapped up in three months as sales hit £65m

One of Sheffield’s newest offices has been snapped up by an investment company for Danish pension funds for £26.6m.

Business
Yorkshire's beautiful landscape provides a wonderful setting in which to retire

The Golden Years: Why Yorkshire is the best place to enjoy retirement

When to comes to retirement, there are few better places to settle down and enjoy the golden years than right here in Yorkshire.
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A Sheffield man has been jailed for 24-years after being found guilty of a string of historical sex offences committed against two young girls, who were aged between seven and eight-years-old when the abuse began.

Sheffield paedophile jailed for 24 years for sexually abusing young girls

A Sheffield man has been jailed for 24-years after being found guilty of a string of historical sex offences committed against two young girls, who were aged between seven and eight-years-old when the abuse began.

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Antiques Column: Going back to the  twentieth century

Antiques Column: Going back to the twentieth century

Part of Lancashire history comes to Yorkshire later this month with a special auction event. 
As an articled pupil over forty years ago, the Agricultural and Fine Art auction house I worked for would have a country house sale every year.

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Wildlfe Column: Peasant’s clock or swine’s snout...

Wildlfe Column: Peasant’s clock or swine’s snout...

Jan Turner was impressed by this year’s display of bright yellow dandelions – a wonderful example of nature putting on a great free show! Yet often these everyday displays of wild nature get overlooked.

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Book Club

Book Club

Mari Hannah, acclaimed author of the Kate Daniels series, is coming to Sheffield Central Library to discuss the crime smash hit Along Came A Spider by James Patterson. And you can grab yourself a free copy of the book.

Arts
Book Club: Off the Shelf

Book Club: Off the Shelf

Off the Shelf, Sheffield’s Festival of Words, has become an essential event for lovers of

literature all over the country, not just in Sheffield. With plans for 2018 already well underway, we look forward to what promises to be another standout year for the festival.

Arts
Book Club

Book Club

In the author’s note to her debut smash hit and former read of the fortnight Children Of Blood

And Bone, Tomi Adeyemi talks about the ‘pain, fear, sorrow and loss’ that provided the

impetus for the book: the brutality of unarmed black men, women and children being shot by the police.

Arts

Yorkshire set for another blazing Bank Holiday weekend

It's very rare we get to enjoy a sunny Bank Holiday - and now we are about to have two in the same month.

Environment
Sheffield Steelers - the Arena

UK ice hockey at the crossroads - important meeting tomorrow

The short-term future of UK ice hockey’s top flight will be settled tomorrow.

Sport
Todd Kurtz

Speedway: Riding with Leicester is a bonus for Sheffield’s Todd Kurtz

Todd Kurtz has thanked the Sheffield connection for allowing him an opportunity in the Premiership.

Speedway
Paul Blomfield MP helping members of SYC's Action Group (John, Mollie, Holly, Phoebe, Adam, Dua'a and Zobia) plan for their meeting with the PM. Alternatively, please contact Sheffield Young Carers on 0114 258 4595

Steel City MP arranges Sheffield Young Carers PM date

Young carers from Sheffield will be treated like VIP’s today when they travel to London to meet the Prime Minister, Theresa May.

Health
Photo: seamanphotographer.co.uk. The Feast was attended by the Master Cutler and the Lord Lieutenant, High Sheriff and  Lord Mayor of Sheffield and representatives from 28 livery companies and the Yorkshire Regiment.

CUTLERS’ FEAST: Time for politicians to deliver for Sheffield City Region

Brexit, devolution, productivity and skills are the four big challenges facing Sheffield City Region, the 382nd Cutlers’ Feast heard.

Business

Man, 20, dies after car crashes into pond in Sheffield

A man has died after a car crashed into a pond in Sheffield this morning.

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Matty Fozard in action for Sheffield Eagles against London Broncos. Picture: Alex Coleman, ADC Photography

Eagles fail to play the numbers game as they are bucked by Broncos – London 46 Sheffield 12

Sheffield Eagles failed to make a second-half numerical advantage count as they slipped to a 46-12 loss to high-flying London Broncos, despite an improved showing.

Rugby League
Simon Stead

Sheffield Tigers boss ready to make changes after declaring ‘we aren’t good enough at the moment’

Sheffield Tigers bosses are refusing to rule out further changes if performances don’t improve.

Speedway
A photograph, believed to be of the victim, has been left at the crash scene

Tributes to man with 'kind heart and beautiful soul' killed after car crashes into Sheffield pond

Tributes have been paid to a young Sheffield man with a "kind heart and beautiful soul' killed in a crash yesterday.

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Sports director handed 50 day ban after almost colliding with Tour de Yorkshire marshal

A team sports director who almost ran over a Tour de Yorkshire marshal has been handed a 50 day suspension and a fine of 5,000 Swiss francs (£3,700).
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Schools across the city will be getting a share of funding to improve literacy

Sheffield schools win cash to tackle ‘reading slump’

Schools across Sheffield have been celebrating their success in winning funding from the Government to improve pupils' literacy.
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Police at the scene on Abbeydale Road South. Picture: @SheffieldEyes

Bus services diverted after vehicle found submerged in Sheffield pond

Bus services are being diverted in Sheffield this morning after a man died after a car crashed into a pond.
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