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Lord Mayor of Sheffield Cllr Peter Rippon , Mayoress of Sheffield Susan Rippon, Nathan Brough, regional operations manager Keepmoat, and Tim Wray, Project Manager - Sanctuary Group.
12 hrs ago | Mirror.co.uk
Liverpool fan Alison Willis told the Hillsborough inquests how officers ordered that she return to the packed Leppings Lane terrace where 96 supporters were killed A policeman stopped one woman trying to escape the crushes at the 1989 Hillsborough tragedy by yelling at her, 'Get back in, you f***ing Scouse b*****d', an inquest heard today.
15 hrs ago | Reuters
Swapping cigarettes and chewing gum, the teenage girls outside Rotherham's Centenary Indoor Market are not engrossed in the conversations students should be having on the first day of term.
The best mathematics exhibit I've seen is Charles and Ray Eames' Mathematica , sponsored by IBM.
Sheffield's first 'free school' will open its doors next Friday - with staff insisting it will offer a genuine educational alternative for its community's teenagers.
More than 140 Sheffield roads are due to be gritted after all this winter after public pressure - but 80 have not been added to the list, and 14 have been removed.
An allotment plot belonging on Marsh Lane belonging to Jeff Walker has been subject to tobbery and an arson attack.
Sheffield's Women Of Steel will attend a fundraising lunch at the city's El Paso Mexican and Italian restaurant and bar to help boost an appeal for a 150,000 statue.
Smashed glass, cobwebs in the receiver and moss growing outside - this is the state of a little-used phone box in Sheffield.
It's never too late to pursue your dreams in life, as one of the Sheffield-born stars of a new version of Kes on stage in Doncaster can testify.
He fought through a world war, rose through the ranks of policing, and even survived deadly Spanish flu as a child... The great-grandfather-of-seven's extraordinary century has included brushes with death not just during World War Two - when he encountered victims of the Belsen concentration camp - but also as a little boy.
Paul Gallagher is a reporter for the Independent and Independent on Sunday having joined the group in 2012.
Nothing's new under the sun, as they say, and that's certainly the case with Sheffield's long love affair with its trees.
Graduate students and faculty from The University of Southern Mississippi attended the 2014 Conference of the International Sports Engineering Association , hosted by The Center for Sports Engineering Research at the City Campus of Sheffield Hallam University in Sheffield, England.
Updated: Tue Sep 02, 2014 04:21 pm
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