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Telegraph View: Challenging change for good

We have a new lord mayor.

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Letters: We really appreciate it, Sheffield and will never take your support for granted

Letters: We really appreciate it, Sheffield and will never take your support for granted

‘Sheffield Green Party have been campaigning for the May local elections since last autumn. We have spoken to thousands of residents, on the street, on the doorstep, and over the phone. It has been a great experience to connect with so many people and now, to have received their vote. We really appreciate it, and will never take support for granted.

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Letters: Disregarded in such a disgraceful way!

Letters: Disregarded in such a disgraceful way!

I was down in Sheffield a few days ago with my husband who was born there. We had some time to spare so visited the cathedral where some of his ancestors where married.

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Telegraph View: Worlds apart but still artisan

Sheffield is gaining a well-earned reputation as a city where you can get the world on your plate.

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Telegraph View: Time for underdogs to shine

Everybody loves an underdog.

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Telegraph View: Let’s talk about how we talk

We communicate in funny old ways, we do.

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Telegraph View: Racism alive and well in UK

Come on over, we said. Help us to rebuild, we said. We’ll be eternally grateful ... not.

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Letters: Yes, it will be time consuming & quite costly but let’s do things the right way

Letters: Yes, it will be time consuming & quite costly but let’s do things the right way

Before emigrating to Canada 40 years ago I worked for the (then) Sheffield Parks and Grounds Dept and after training at agricultural college I taught part time day horticulture programmes to parks workers in Sheffield and elsewhere in South Yorkshire.

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Letters: Tree dispute which could easily be resolved

Letters: Tree dispute which could easily be resolved

In the Construction News on August 31, 2017 in an interview in relation to disputes with Hereford and Cumbria councils, Mr Milner Amey CEO admits: “We have learned lessons so we avoid long protracted disputes like this in the future.”

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Telegraph View: What message do we pass on?

Women get paid less than men and girls are less likely to be the boss.

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Letters: People need better public transport and safer cycling and walking options

Letters: People need better public transport and safer cycling and walking options

Traffic congestion is something we must all take seriously. We cannot keep squeezing more and more cars into a city of finite space. A future vision for the city centre must allow large numbers of people in and out of the city centre on public transport, by walking and by cycling, leaving enough space to breathe, live, shop and work.

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Tram, roads and trees, a depresssing read

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Telegraph View: Time to link up a big picture

Our city centre is changing.

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Let’s hope this inspires many others to follow

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We could keep both the trees and the services if we paid more council tax

We could keep both the trees and the services if we paid more council tax

Tree felling is currently seen as a local dispute between the protesters and Sheffield Council, but I think the problem cannot be solved unless we see it differently.

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Letters: hen will council begin to implement such a sensible, way of fixing potholes?

Letters: hen will council begin to implement such a sensible, way of fixing potholes?

Surely the most efficient way to identify potholes would be to adopt the method used by some councils that have installed cameras on refuse wagons which monitor the quality of the highway as the trucks go along.

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Letters: How would the mediator be chosen?

Letters: How would the mediator be chosen?

MP Louise Haigh has suggested that the tree felling should stop and that the protestors and the Council should go to mediation (reported in the Sheffield Telegraph 15th March). I think this raises some interesting questions about democracy.

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Telegraph View: How did society arrive here?

Has social media made us more aggressive to each other?

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Letters: Working with initiatives is important if we are to have a sustainable future

Letters: Working with initiatives is important if we are to have a sustainable future

We know this country’s housing market is not fit for purpose.

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Letters: At last, looks like the council is listening

Letters: At last, looks like the council is listening

What good reading your report on the “£500m plan to ‘future-proof’ city” made.

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