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Telegraph View: Time to start talking health

Who will look after you when you are older?

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Wildlife Columnist: Winter wildlife by the seaside

Wildlife Columnist: Winter wildlife by the seaside

A trip down to north Norfolk with its extensive mudflats, sandy beaches, and both saltmarshes and freshwater marshes, revealed the wintertime destiny of the great flocks of pink-footed geese that in the autumn pass over our region. In the small village of Dersingham, each afternoon and into the evening, you can witness an amazing spectacle as thousands of noisy geese pass overhead; and they keep coming for several hours.

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Star editor Nancy Fielder is campaigning for Pride in Sheffield.

Telegraph View: Ready for a different battle

If ever there was time for this city to prove itself, it is now.

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Most of the nut cases work for the council

Most of the nut cases work for the council

Like any large public group I’m sure there are some tree protesters who are complete nut cases, but in this case most of the nut cases work for Sheffield City Council.

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We need more public transport - not more road lanes

We need more public transport - not more road lanes

Sheffield Council plan to increase the number of lanes on the inner ring road between Corporation Street and Savile Street to allow more cars.

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It is more that we have too much choice

It is more that we have too much choice

I feel I must respond to Andrew Marshall’s letter (Where were you all?).

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Nancy Fielder

Telegraph View: Fairytales and a bit more faith

Are you sitting comfortably? Then I’ll begin. There was once a city where everybody lived in harmony, problems were talked through then solved to the delight of all. Dreams were bold, bright and became a reality.

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David Walsh Business Round Table with Nancy Fielder

Telegraph View: Please sir, can we have more?

Is it divisive to write about a city divided?

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Nancy Fielder

Telegraph View: Divide chopping through city

Oh how divisive the word ‘trees’ has become in this leafy city of ours.

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Letters: Is it a case of blaming the messenger?

Letters: Is it a case of blaming the messenger?

Your columnist Ellen Beardmore challenged readers to write to your letters page regarding her article last week.

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Continuing story of lost opportunities and in recent years gradual run down

Continuing story of lost opportunities and in recent years gradual run down

Having read the concerns of various like-minded Sheffielders regarding the closure of the Sheffield Tourist Information Office, (a former glass- fronted florists ), I thought it was time to add my tenpennorth.

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Letters: Makes no sense financially, to me!

Letters: Makes no sense financially, to me!

I think others are doing a better job than I could in showing how stupid and short sighted the council and Amey are being over our trees so, being an accountant, I thought I’d try to understand the finances.

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Ellen Beardmore

Telegraph View: Conundrum of cleaning cuts

When the first daily newspaper was published in London, around 1702, I’d bet my bottom dollar that it included at least one item about litter.

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Ellen Beardmore

Telegraph View: Jared is an example after all

There’s an important lesson we can all take away from Sheffield Hallam MP Jared O’ Mara and his past two weeks in the media spotlight.

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Money is tight but please invest in your city and put up some Christmas lights

Money is tight but please invest in your city and put up some Christmas lights

We are quickly approaching the festive season and what with all the scaffolding and boarded-up shops the city centre is in the doldrums and in recent years Sheffield Council has not really done much to help with its Christmas illuminations.

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Reinstated before a cyclist is injured

Reinstated before a cyclist is injured

Why has the marked cycle lane heading towards the city centre at the bottom of Ecclesall Road from the junction with Summerfield Street to the traffic lights at the roundabout been removed?

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Nancy Fielder

Telegraph View: Time to rethink park funding

There is serious food for thought in the park figures we bring you today.

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Richard Blackledge

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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