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MADE IN SHEFFIELD: Brass Founders is ageing beautifully

Where there’s Brass Founders there’s muck, dust and flames - and bollards, benches and Walk of Fame plaques.

Violent crime has hit a ten-year high in Yorkshire

Violent crime hits ten-year high in Yorkshire

VIOLENT crime has hit a ten-year high in Yorkshire, with police chiefs sounding the alarm over a perfect storm of increasing demand and shrinking resources.
The incident took place at the Thorncliffe Arms on August 5 last year

Sheffield bouncer urges judge to pass lenient sentence on man who attacked him

A bouncer at a Sheffield pub has pleaded with a Crown Court judge to pass the most lenient sentence possible on the man who left him unconscious when he attacked him in a drunken brawl.
A grinder at the William Cook Precision Foundry in Sheffield. Picture: Chris Etchells.

Jobs boom as Sheffield steel firms surge

Sheffield’s metals sector is having a good year, with firms advertising multiple jobs, strong orders and investments.

Jayne Lewis was murdered at her Sheffield home in December last year

New trial date set for man accused of murdering Sheffield mum

A new trial date has been set for a 46-year-old man accused of murdering a Sheffield mum at her home.

Rose and Margaret Maughan were sentenced during a hearing at Sheffield Crown Court on Thursday, April 26

Sheffield mother and daughter jailed over vicious screwdriver attack that left woman with punctured lung

'Get her, crucify her' a Sheffield mum shouted to her daughter, before she used a screwdriver to stab the woman they believed had been having an affair with their family member, a court heard.


Police intervene following animal welfare complaint at home near Doncaster

Police were called to a house on the outskirts of Doncaster amid concern for the welfare of animals living at the property.

Editor Nancy Fielder

Telegraph View: Let’s talk about how we talk

We communicate in funny old ways, we do.

Gina Johnson, head of Classics at High Storrs School, Sheffield. Picture by Scott Merrylees

Musical fundraiser to safeguard Sheffield school's Classics course

A fundraising concert will 'guarantee' that a Sheffield secondary school can keep a Classics course on its syllabus.
An embedded tick

HEALTH: Watch out for ticks!

The arrival of spring means many of us will begin once again to venture out into the countryside more often.

A burned out van at the Auto Repair Centre.

PICTURES: Vandals run riot smashing vans into each other before torching Sheffield industrial site

Vandals ran riot at a vehicle repair centre by smashing vans together and torching the site causing more than £70, 000 worth of damage.

Sheffield General Cemetery.

Sheffield General Cemetery 'improvement' plans set to go ahead despite objections

Controversial improvement plans for Sheffield General Cemetery are due to be given the green light next week despite concerns from those living near the site and conservation organisations.

Kirsten Major.

REVEALED: Thousands of wasted appointments at Sheffield hospitals putting pressure on NHS services

Tens of thousands of patients failed to turn up for hospital appointments in Sheffield last year - wasting time and money for overstretched NHS services.

Bessingby Road, Walkley. Picture: Google

ALERT: Anti-freeze being used to poison pets in this Sheffield suburb

A pet poisoning warning has been issued after a cat was harmed with anti-freeze in a Sheffield suburb.
Members of the Chinese delegation, who visited the Golbal Manufacturing Festival

Northern Lights: Our future needs Chinese as well as British characteristics to thrive

In the shadow of St Mary’s Church and a stone’s throw from Bramall Lane, a new era is developing. The longstanding dream of local businessman Jerry Cheung, the New Era Development will be a home to Chinese students and business start ups.

South Yorkshire Animal Rescue.

Sheffield-based animal rescue in crisis and could close

A longstanding animal rescue charity is on the verge of closure due to a funding crisis.

Parkwood E-ACT Academy, has banned plastic bottles and issued re-usable drinking bottles to pupils, to cut the schools plastic comsumption. Pupils L-r Kane Short, 12, Asaru Josinlah, 14, Precious Pepala, 13, Awais Ishfaq, 13, Marim Sabah, 13 and Harmonie Cawley, 12, pictured.  Picture: Marie Caley NSST Plastic Bottles MC 1

The amount of waste from schools is ‘scandalous’ and needs to change

Disposable plastic bottles have been banned at a Sheffield school which is leading the way in the fight against pollution. Parkwood Academy have issued each student with a reusable bottle that can be filled with water

and are insisting they bring it to lessons as part of their essential equipment.

Tom Stuart-Smith's masterplan

New £30m garden for the North with big ambitions

Just over an hour away from Sheffield, the biggest gardening project in Europe is getting under way.

Women's contribution to society in Sheffield was highlighted at the Town Hall. Picture: Ian Spooner

'Women hold this city together': Sheffield rolls out honours in centenary year

Women's contribution to society, says Anne Murphy, too frequently goes under the radar.
Hallam Tower in July 2015

Resident: 'Absolutely unforgivable' more was not done to prevent trespassing before Sheffield student plunge tragedy

A resident who campaigned for more to be done to secure the site of a derelict Sheffield hotel where a student fell to his death says it is 'absolutely unforgivable' that security measures were not tightened in time to prevent the teen's tragic death.

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