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Sheffield feels Britain’s biggest earthquake in 10 years

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Craig Such of Azzure IT, a key sponsor of the Digitalista event with Sheffield Chamber. Pic: Chris Etchells.

Sponsored: Digital demystified at free Sheffield Chamber event with Azzure IT

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Students at Emmanuel Junior Academy, in Waterthorpe celebrate the Ofsted

Ofsted inspectors praise Sheffield junior school after history of underperformance

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Dryden Way, Sheffield. Picture: Google

Man seriously injured amid reports motorist deliberately drove at him in Sheffield street

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BREAKING: Doncaster rail journeys disrupted due to 'emergency services incident'

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CCTV: Gunman bursts into Sheffield home demanding money

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CCTV: Police hunting scooter rider over Sheffield home burglary

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Building work starts on Sheffield school's new £1.8m extension

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South Yorkshire fires.

Arsonists strike across South Yorkshire

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Teagan Taylor.

Doncaster councillor apologises after road collision leaves teenage girl with broken leg

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Motorway junction in South Yorkshire to be closed for several hours

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A stretch of motorway in a neighbouring county is closed this afternoon, following a multi-vehicle collision.

REGIONAL TRAVEL NEWS: Multi-vehicle crash closes stretch of road

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'Mayhem' at Leeds Station as train splits in two

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The Civil Aviation Authoritywill examine whether companies are deliberately splitting up groups of passengers so they pay to sit together

Airlines probed over claims families are split up on flights to make more money

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Sam Pickering.

INQUEST: 'Amazing man' killed while riding motorbike to Sheffield Children's Hospital charity event

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Police warn of Isle of Axholme fish scam

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District Judge Paul Heeley granted a closure notice at two flats in Eldon Court in Sheffield City Centre during a short hearing held at Sheffield Magistrates' Court this afternoon.

Closure notice granted at Sheffield Spice den after neighbours complained of users 'urinating and defecating' in street

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Luke Cannon leaving Sheffield Crown Court on Monday

Doncaster Council 'not aware' of sex offences committed by disgraced teacher chosen to run their new £21k market stall

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Hydes was sentenced to 42 months in prison, during a hearing at Sheffield Crown Court held this morning

Prolific Sheffield burglar is jailed for latest stealing spree

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Ofsted inspectors praise Sheffield junior school after history of underperformance

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Building work in underway at Handsworth Grange Community Sports College

Building work starts on Sheffield school's new £1.8m extension

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Pirates Day at Sheffield Dragons Martial Arts as part of their half term events
Picture by Dean Atkins

Education: Putting Easter school breaks out of synch is no holiday for any of pupils

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Paul Stockley with a headteacher from one of the schools he visited

Sheffield headteacher calls for lessons to be learnt after finding similar challenges between UK and Japanese schools

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Pupils at St Anns Grove Primary, in Sheffield, with the letter from Nick Gibb

Two Sheffield primary schools rated among best in the country

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Sponsored: Digital demystified at free Sheffield Chamber event with Azzure IT

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The Tata Steel plant in Dalton, Rotherham, United Kingdom. Photo by Glenn Ashley.

Prince Charles to fire up giant furnace set to triple melting capacity at Liberty in Rotherham

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An artist's impression of the overall Great Central development

Breaking with the student flats trend in Sheffield

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Chief executive Andy Baker celebrates outside Plusnet headquarters at The Balance in Sheffield. Pic Dean Atkins.

200 jobs on the way at booming Plusnet in Sheffield

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Breaking with the student flats trend in Sheffield

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Sian Brown with paintings in Museums Sheffield's store. Picture: Chris Etchells

A chance to discover Sheffield's treasure trove

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The Rt Rev Philip North spoke at Sheffield Cathedral when his nomination was announced, but later withdrew from the role.

Group set up to review church practices after controversy over prospective Sheffield bishop's stance on women priests

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Inspectors found 75 per cent of rented properties in the area had 'high risk hazards'; which put tenants at risk by exposing them to serious harm such as 'fire, falls, excess cold and damp and mould'

Time running out to have your say on Sheffield Council scheme to clampdown on 'high-risk' flats

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Only a fifth of people said they would recommend visiting West Street and Devonshire Green after 11pm on a weekend, it was revealed in a new survey published this week.

Only one in five people would recommend West Street after 11pm on a weekend, new survey reveals

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Sheffield feels Britain’s biggest earthquake in 10 years

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Feature: Keeping Common life alive and kicking

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Pictures: How digital rangers are keeping Peak routes open

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1.9m is set to be invested to retrofit 117 buses across the Sheffield network with emission reduction technology.

£1.9m to be invested to retrofit Sheffield buses with emission reduction technology in bid to improve air quality

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Mud, sweat, and inspiration at Sheffield charity run

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A Sheffield Telegraph roundtable on mental health and wellbeing

Telegraph roundtable: "More must be done to promote the early signs of mental health"

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Chris Farrell, chief executive of Cavendish Cancer Care, in one of the new therapy rooms. Picture: Chris Etchells

Enabling cancer patients to live their lives to the fullest in Sheffield

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Research is looking at the barriers that put women off going for their smear test or why they ensure they keep up to date with their check.

Health: Why it’s important to face your fear and have your smear, ladies

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Two cafes will soon no longer be run by volunteers

Volunteers who raised thousands for the NHS will no longer run two Sheffield hospital cafes

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