3 hrs ago
Bulldozers beckon at Sheffield pub
Developer Staghold Ltd has submitted an application to Sheffield Council to knock down the pub and its accompanying manager's flat and build two blocks, each home to two apartments.
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3 hrs ago
South Yorkshire council clerk loses appeal
A criminal who conned her way into a town clerk's job in order to steal almost 300,000 of Barnsley taxpayers' money has failed to get her sentence cut.
7 hrs ago
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PHOTOS: Climbers defy gravity in international competition
MARCH 16: Swiss climber Kevin Hemund takes part in the CWIF international bouldering competition on March 16, 2014 in Sheffield, England.
13 hrs ago
'Resilient' mums stand up against cancer
Sheffield Mums Against Cancer will be officially launched next week - each member having family afflicted by the disease.
16 hrs ago
Travel update: March 16, 4pm - burst water main
CrossCountry Trains will be diverted and not call at Doncaster, passengers should use other train operator services between Sheffield and Doncaster.
Sat Mar 15, 2014
Revised homes scheme is 'still substandard'
Community representatives in Broomhill have condemned revised proposals in the saga of the redevelopment of the site of the former Tapton halls of residence for housing.
S6 top for dog mess
The council received 34 reports from residents of Carnaby Road over the past three years, followed by Morley Street, 28, and Hammerton Road, 22. There were more than 1,100 complaints across Sheffield last year.
Fri Mar 14, 2014
Who accompanies children to a dental hospital appointment?
AIM: To determine who accompanies paediatric dental patients to their appointments, in a teaching hospital setting.
Murder Trial: Teenager 'Taunted' Victim as he Bled to Death
A teenager wielding a knife was 'elated, happy and proud' after chasing a young man, stabbing him in the back, and leaving him to die in Sheffield, a court heard.
Thu Mar 13, 2014
Paul's got a lotta bottle in Sheffield garden
The bottle dug up by Paul Briggs in Woodseats, Sheffield, which is is embossed with 'E Donoghue wine & spirit merchant Division St and Bramall Lane Cricket Ground'.
Wed Mar 12, 2014
Sheffield couple's raid terror ordeal
A four-strong gang brandishing metal bars struck at Jedd Kerrigan's flat moments after he arrived home from celebrating his 21st birthday.
Sheffield residents steaming over dog mess
Lyn Smith, of Beighton, has to avoid a lot of dog mess when she takes her pet, Tilly, for a walk.
Sheffield metal detection fan nets 'find of a lifetime'
A Sheffield man whose hobby is metal detecting has found a unique silver coin which could fetch up to i 1 210,000 at auction.
Community day to help cohesion in Sheffield
The event, to be hosted at the Pakistani Muslim Centre in Sheffield, is aimed at easing tensions when new communities settle in the city.
Tue Mar 11, 2014
Sheffield teenager due in court over murder
The 17-year-old, who cannot be named for legal reasons, is due to appear at Sheffield Crown Court charged with the murder of 23-year-old Joe Walker.
Sheffield's new station plan comes under fire
Hundreds of residents are fighting proposals to build on green belt land close to Bowden Wood - an idea expected to be approved at a planning meeting today.
Mon Mar 10, 2014
Inside Bay Area
SXSW Film 2014: 'Pulp' is a smash
Sure, there is concert footage in the documentary -- and much of it is quite impressive.
Sun Mar 09, 2014
Mittal predicts revival of steel market
Lakshmi Mittal, steel's richest billionaire, is optimistic this year will bring a revival in Europe, his biggest market, he says.
Mums appeal for help to launch their cancer cause
A group of mums from Sheffield are urging people to donate raffle prizes for the launch of their fundraising charity.
Charlotte Gray's 'Massey Murder' gives voice to servant in 1915 crime case
Researching the case of a young female servant who shot and killed a member of Toronto's prominent Massey family after he tried to kiss her in 1915 proved particularly challenging for renowned Canadian non-fiction writer and historian Charlotte Gray.