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Campaigners call for a stand-alone birth centre to be built in Sheffield

A group of campaigners have proposed an ambitious plan to build a stand-alone midwife-led birth centre in Sheffield.
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A Sheffield teenager has been jailed for preying on, and robbing, a man trying to make his way home from the city centre after his birthday night out.

Teen targeted and robbed man on his way home from birthday night out in Sheffield

A Sheffield teenager has been jailed for preying on, and robbing, a man trying to make his way home from the city centre after his birthday night out.

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Council’s Chengdu business centre plan

Entrepreneurs will be able to develop their ambitions in the Far East when a Sheffield trade and business incubator is set up in the Chinese city of Chengdu.

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Nuclear site wins £2.5m funding

The Nuclear AMRC has received almost £2.5m for two new research projects to address challenges in nuclear manufacturing.

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Electrician wins huge hotel deals

Electrical contractor Mech FS has secured two multi-million pound hotel deals with two of the industry’s biggest names.

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Protestor by a tree in Meersbrook

‘Only problem Sheffield trees are replaced’ - council chief

I was the cabinet member in 2005 when the council was awarded the money from the previous Labour Government to carry out a programme to transform the city’s highway network, writes Coun Bryan Lodge, cabinet member for environment and streetscene at Sheffield Council. 
I think most people would say they are now much better than they were a few years ago. 
In fact a recent survey showed that satisfaction with the condition of Sheffield’s roads has doubled since 2010.

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11 Dec 2017...Looking towards Upper Midhope in the wintery conditions in the Peak District today. Picture Scott Merrylees

Secret School: Snowfall and festivites make for an exciting week

It’s been an exciting few days in Sheffield schools, as most pre-Christmas weeks tend to be.

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Mohammed Awan will be sentenced for three terrorism offences next week

First picture of Sheffield dentistry student found guilty of terrorism offences

This is the Sheffield student who was this afternoon found guilty of three terrorism offences including engaging in the preparation of an act of terrorism.
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Lynne Ghasemi and Beth Lake

Meet the selfless St Luke's nurses working across Sheffield on Christmas Day

The need for care doesn't stop because it's Christmas Day and St Luke's community nurse Lynne Ghasemi knows that more than most.
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A South Yorkshire man, who admitted to downloading thousands of images involving bestiality and child abuse involving kids as young as six, has been given a suspended prison sentence.

South Yorkshire man found with thousands of bestiality and child abuse images given suspended sentence

A South Yorkshire man, who admitted to possessing thousands of images involving bestiality and child abuse involving kids as young as six, has been given a suspended prison sentence.

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Oliver Rollinson, aged four, after the accident

Boy, four, left needing surgery after being hit during 'freak' tree felling accident in Sheffield

A four-year-old boy needed surgery after being hit be a falling tree in a 'freak accident' in Sheffield.

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The night sky.

VIDEO: Huge METEOR SHOWER set to be visible over skies of Sheffield tonight

Stargazers are in for a treat as a huge meteor shower is set to be visible over the skies of Sheffield tonight.
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Uber.

Sheffield Council lifts Uber licence suspension

Sheffield Council has lifted the suspension on Uber's licence to operate in the city.
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A driver using their mobile phone.

'Lack of enforcement' tackling South Yorkshire motorists driving while on phone

South Yorkshire motorists are getting away with driving illegally while on their phones because police are not doing enough to enforce tougher new penalties, a charity has claimed.

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Angela Smith MP is calling on traffic safety measures to be installed outside Lound Academy

MP calls for 20mph limit to be installed outside Sheffield primary school

A Sheffield MP has joined a campaign demanding traffic safety measures be installed outside a city school.

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Leesa Sharpe, Craig Phillips and Sheridan Smith at Pride of the Isle Awards 2017

REVEALED: The 2018 finalists in the Pride of the Isle Awards

Finalists for the fifth Lex’s Legacy, Pride of the Isle Awards, have been revealed, ahead of the big celebration evening in February.

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Two-year-old Henry Alderson has a rare condition and needs regular blood transfusions

Plea for people in region to give blood over festive period

The blood transfusion service is urging people in the region to give blood over Christmas for the many who need regular transfusions.

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Freya Lincoln and Dylan Gassa, of Concord Junior School visit the Lord Mayor, Coun Anne Murphy, at Sheffield Town Hall

School council members visit Sheffield Town Hall for behind the scenes tour

Primary school pupils from Wincobank have been given an exclusive tour of Sheffield Town Hall.

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Bobby Knutt.

Sheffield entertainer Bobby Knutt's cause of death revealed

A legal representative for much-loved Sheffield entertainer Bobby Knutt has revealed his cause of death.

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National Education Union members on the picket line outside Westways Primary School, in Crookes last week

Teachers call off strike action at Sheffield primary school

Teachers have called off a fourth day of strike action at a primary school in Sheffield.
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