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Why didn’t they let their feelings be known?

I read with interest the letter from Charles Bradwell, S10 re: Planning application to turn the Plough pub at Sandygate into a local supermarket being turned down.

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Save the trees campaign on Rustlings Road in Sheffield

Let debate continue

Well done Councillor Peter Price for speaking up for thecouncil on the tree replacement situation (Star Letters, January 13).

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Very human response

Very human response

I would like to congratulate lorry driver Dave Duncan for his prompt action and success in collecting all that money for the murdered Polish lorry driver’s family.

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The benefits of boxing

The benefits of boxing

On September 7, 1892, in New Orleans, James J Corbett defeated John L Sullivan in 21 rounds.

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EU

We voted, you lost

Dear Carol, I was fascinated with your letter in regards to Brexit and Paul Bloomfield’s decision to back the trigger of Article 50 and I would like to add to some of your views.

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Sad sight

Who will foot the bill?

I woke up to this sad sight today. Even if they get replaced it saddens me that it will be taxpayers’ money (that could have been better spent elsewhere) rather than Amey’s profit margin which will foot the bill.

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Save the trees campaign on Rustlings Road in Sheffield

We couldn’t exist without the trees

I am becoming increasingly angry with people such as P Lenny, (Letters January 11), who in their ignorance say there are far more important things to worry about than “a few trees”.

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NHS under pressure

NHS under pressure

I am writing to you in relation to the crisis in the NHS at the moment.

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Jeremy Corbyn

NHS now in crisis

It is claimed that the NHS is now in crisis. This is not the fault of front line staff or underfunding.

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Save the trees campaign on Rustlings Road in Sheffield

Distortions and untruths

Hardly a week goes by without more letters appearing in The Star regarding the City’s Highway tree replacement policy, particularly on Rustlings Road.

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Jeremy Corbyn

No more immigration

If Labour’s buffoon of a leader Jeremy Corbyn doesn’t take care, his shift on immigration policy will take him to an even worse place than he and they are in already.

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A new Zest for life

A new Zest for life

Post Christmas and New Year and Sunday in Upperthorpe and the quiet desperation of your life after 31 years – finally culminating in rewriting the Idiot’s Guide to what to do in case of fire – kicks in with the equally gloomy weather.

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Left-handed people

Left-handed people

What is it about left-handed people? They seem so perceptive. Take the three Bronte sisters, in their day all successful novelists, with Anne and Emily being left-handed.

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Young Voices 2017

Young Voices 2017

Congratulations to everyone involved in Young Voices at the Sheffield Arena this year particularly the performance on Monday.

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Work it out yourself

Work it out yourself

I note on the inside of the front page in todays Star, (January 10), there is an item headed ‘Five ways to boost bank balance’.

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The Plough pub at Sandygate

Stop this nonsense and move forward

I was very sorry to read that Sheffield City Council had opposed giving planning permission for The Plough pub at Sandygate to be turned into a Sainsbury’s local.

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Save the trees campaign on Rustlings Road in Sheffield

From grey to green

I read the two contrasting letters about the tree campaign printed January 7, 2017, one from Steve J and one from Mr Paul Colkand. Let me say that I’m in the Steve J camp and feel the council and Amey could have handled the tree element of the Streets Ahead project better and I too wonder what was in the contract?

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A law unto themselves

A law unto themselves

I travel to town nearly every day on the 56 Herdings to Wybourn bus and from the terminus at Herdings Park to town via Leighton Road, Gleadless Road and roads that lead to Havelock Bridge.

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Gangster’ shot by police

Gangster’ shot by police

Another ‘lovely boy’ and suspected drug baron and gangster Yassar Yaqub, 28, died after police surrounded his Audi during a pre-planned operation on a slip road near Huddersfield, West Yorkshire 0n Monday evening.

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Walking in the winter

Walking in the winter

Boffins advise, to avoid falling on the ice this winter we should walk like a penguin and not like an Egyptian.

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