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Council looses data
In the latest of a string of missing data disks and laptops from the civil service it has been revealed that Sheffield Council are the latest people to loose a disk full of important information; in...
Sheffield firms to join cities music scene
It has been reported that a number of firms in the Sheffield area are being given a unique chance to get involved in a brand new film that will celebrate the Sheffield music scene.   The film...
Residents warned to brace for forthcoming noise
Work is being carried out by Network Rail contractors on a main Sheffield railway line between Totley Tunnel and Dore junction, and residents are being warned to brace themselves for a large amount...
Local hospital changes visiting hours
Rotherham hospital has taken the step of altering visiting times in order to make it easier for people to park. It has been revealed that parking at the hospital was always been difficult,...
Speed camera updates
It has been reported that speed cameras will be operating in the following areas this week: Sheffield - A61 Chesterfield Road / Chesterfield Road South; A61 Halifax Road; A6135 Ecclesfield Road /...
Benchmarking exercise for council properties
Tenants from Doncaster have been taking part in a national benchmarking exercise, and as a part of this they have been checking out another area's council housing services. Four tenants from...
Local treasure Darren Bennet urges fans to vote in TV show
Dancer and local celebrity Darren Bennett has urged South Yorkshire and Staffordshire fans to vote for his wife in Strictly Come Dancing. The announcement came just after he was removed from the...
More news on snooker at the Crucible
Talks have recently taken place between council bosses and the head of the world body for Snooker, and fans have been told that snooker in Sheffield is still "very much alive". John...
Local daredevil to celebrate
Leon Taylor is an olympic diver who is constantly pushing the boundaries of fear. Mr Taylor was a silver medalist at the Athens Olympics and he has recently taken the Awesome Foursome challenge at...
Planning row erupts
Residents of Winco-bank have launched a petition with an aim to object to plans to turn a sandwich shop into a late-night takeaway at Wincobank Avenue. The residents worry that it will serve as a...
Sheffield hosts radiotheraphy conference
A unique conference has been held at Sheffield Hallam Unviersity, and radiotherapists from across the globe gathered to discuss new ways of tackling and treating cancer and techniques for future...
Parents speak out about childcare
Parents of younger children in the Sheffield area are going to be contacted over the next few months to find out what they think about the childcare arrangements offered by Sheffield. Sheffield...
Parents fined for truant children
  A Sheffield couple were recently prosecuted by Sheffield City Council and called before the Magistrates Court when they failed to make sure their two children attended secondary school. ...
Sheffield man fined for cutting down tree
A Sheffield resident has been fined £1015 by Sheffield Magistrates for chopping down a mature Sycamore tree that was situated in his front garden. The man in question was prosecuted by...
Sheffield community scoops award
  The Kettlebridge Action Group have scooped an award for the work they have undertaken transforming Kettlebridge Doorstep Green on Myton Road. They won the national Green Pennant Award for...
Pirate events for children
Children in the Mosborough and Handsworth areas are currently taking part in National Year of Reading, and they have decided to celebrate in unique style; by hosting a number of pirate themed events...
South Yorkshire pension funds in Icelandic banks
It has recently been revealed that South Yorkshire's council, police and fire service staff had over £18 million invested in Icelandic banks. The furore over the freezing of assets in many...
Lib Dem leader to visit homeless in Sheffield
Nick Clegg, leader of the Liberal Democrats will be taking a tour around the areas of Sheffield frequented by the homeless and rough sleepers. Nick Cleff is MP for Sheffield Hallam and he will be...
South Yorkshire jobs at risk
It has been revealed that a large number of jobs are at risk at a window manufacturer in South Yorkshire. Speed Frame PVCu windows, based at Highgate Lane Industrial Estate, Goldthorpe made the...
One in five Sheffield children overweight
Shock figures have revealed that almost one in five Sheffield children are obese or overweight by the time they commence school. A government initiative has weighed and measured thousands of 5 and 10...
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