Here’s a run down of the news around South Yorkshire today.
Arsonists wreak havoc across South Yorkshire on Bonfire Night
A firework was pushed through the letter box of a flat and another damaged a car last night, South Yorkshire firefighters have revealed.
The incidents were among dozens crews across the county were alerted to on Bonfire Night - traditionally the busiest night of the year for the county’s fire service.
VIDEO: Watch rarely seen 1933 public information film about Sheffield
British Pathe has released a rarely seen public information film about Sheffield made in 1933.
Entitled ‘Famous Cities of Britain No. 7’ the film features a voiceover from the then Lord Mayor of Sheffield, Alderman Ernest Wilson, and shows a Sheffield a world away from the city we live in today.
Taxi drivers confronted by bailiffs as Sheffield Council incorrectly issues 4,679 bus lane fines
Taxi drivers have been confronted by bailiffs after being incorrectly fined for using bus lanes in a major council blunder.
Shocking new figures show 4,679 bus lane charges were issued to exempt vehicles by Sheffield Council in the last year – many of them to the same drivers.
VIDEO: Watch the new John Lewis Christmas advert
John Lewis has partnered with Age UK for its Christmas ad - fondly regarded as the pinnacle of festive retail - with a reminder to consumers to consider those who will be alone this year.
Road safety devices stolen from Sheffield by thieves
Road safety devices worth thousands of pounds have been stolen from Sheffield streets.
Sir Cliff Richard dines at popular South Yorkshire restaurant
Sir Cliff Richard surprised diners when he visited at a popular Indian restaurant in Barnsley.