Hundreds of new family homes
Architects have been appointed to design over 500 new homes which will be built in the second phase of development by Sheffield Housing Company.
Pupils to get meals on wheels as schools lack catering facilities
Hot food will have to be delivered to Yorkshire schools when the Government introduces free school meals for infants in September because of a lack of catering facilities.
Spitting tenant evicted
The 26-year-old was given multiple warnings and an abatement notice for the nuisance he caused, with Sheffield City Council finally being granted a warrant to seize his sound equipment, TV and Xbox.
Local councils forced to reject Syrian refugees without more Government funding
Sheffield City Council is willing to accommodate them if funding is secured beyond a year, despite claims by Nick Clegg that it is 'shutting the door on some of the most vulnerable people in the world' Syrian refugees are being rejected by local authorities across England who say the Government is not offering enough money to fund their support.
Hillsborough: New inquests start into 96 Liverpool fan deaths
Fresh inquests into the deaths of 96 Liverpool FC supporters who died in the Hillsborough Stadium disaster of 1989 got underway this morning.
BMJ: Public health service cash cut
A BMJ report found examples of councils reducing funding for a range of public health services including help to stop smoking Cash aimed at improving the nation's health is being diverted to to other areas due to Government funding cuts, research has found.