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7 hrs ago | News Max
The Hillsborough tragedy, in which 96 British soccer fans died due to stadium overcrowding on April 15, 1989, was remembered Tuesday at Anfield stadium, where some 26,000 people marked the 25-year anniversary of the catastrophe.
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15 hrs ago | Sheffield Star
Another man is to appear before city magistrates after a cannabis set-up was discovered in a house on Everingham Road, Longley.
Hundreds were injured. A coverup involving the police and the government followed, denying the victims and their families justice.
Brown was most recently associate general counsel in the office of general counsel at the U.S. Department of Defense.
Shoppers in Sheffield are set to benefit from changes to a city bus service which is being re-routed to serve the new The Moor Market.
Coun Helen Mirfin-Boukouris visited New Hope food bank on Rotherham Close, Killamarsh, with Sarah Cullen, chair of the South East Sheffield constituency.
Two men who kidnapped a teenage boy from Sheffield and threatened to decapitate him if his father did not pay a 40,000 ransom have had their sentences reduced on appeal.
A man accused of paying a female 'pimp' for sex with a 14-year-old girl has denied the offence and said he was playing on his Xbox all night.
Architects have been appointed to design more than 500 new homes which will be built in the second phase of a housing development in Sheffield.
Council cabinet member Harry Harpham digs in to mark the start of an extension to Sheaf Valley Park, above Sheffield railway station.
Kiera Sampson, aged 11, and her five-year-old sister Libbi were lining up on the start line when the tannoys announced that the event was cancelled due to lack of water.
Twenty-five litter louts have appeared in court in Sheffield this month alone after failing to pay fixed penalty fines.