Sheffield Eagles' move back to the city faces further delays

Sheffield Eagles' return to the city has been hit by further delays as they await a decision on their potential new home.
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The Central Library and Graves Gallery in Sheffield

Sheffield gallery café still shut as negotiations continue on five-star hotel plan

The café in Sheffield’s Central Library and Graves Gallery is still shut months after being forced to close because of a leak - as talks continue about the prospect of turning the building into a five-star hotel.
Sheffield MP brands rail decision a "betrayal"

Sheffield MP brands rail decision a "betrayal"

THE planned upgrade of the main line connecting Sheffield to London was scrapped today.
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21 of the 54 Western Road memorial trees are due to be felled.

Councillors conclude Sheffield war memorial trees 'should be treated differently'

Sheffield's war memorial trees should be treated differently than others growing along city streets when it comes to felling.
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Sheffield Town Hall.

Government confusion creates further financial challenges for Sheffield, council claims

National uncertainty over local authority funding is putting Sheffield's future finances at risk, according to council bosses.
Sheffield Council is to get 24m over three years to help with adult social care

Sheffield Council reveals where £24m of government money will go to help adult social care

Carers are set for a pay rise after Sheffield Council outlined how it will spend a government handout to ease the crisis in adult social care.

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Meetings like this one in Sheffield Town Hall could be streamed via video in the future

Call for live video streams for all Sheffield Council meetings

A call has been made to live stream all meetings at Sheffield Council to 'clear up ambiguities' and improve local democracy.


'Sheffield could not afford to miss out on HS2'

Sheffield could not afford miss out on an city centre HS2 link, it was claimed after ministers confirmed the rail link will stop in the city.

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Child safety zones around the city of Sheffield
Darnall area signs and roads
Road markings telling drivers they are entering a 20mph zone

New 20mph speed limit set for more than 300 streets in Sheffield city centre

A 20mph speed limit is set to be rolled out on hundreds of streets in Sheffield city centre in a bid to reduce the number of crashes and make roads safer.

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Cobnar Cottage.

Cash from sale of historic cottage put back into Sheffield park

Money from the sale of a derelict cottage is now being used to improve a Sheffield park, according to the city council.
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How a Channel 4 HQ in Sheaf Square could look

Why it makes perfect sense for Channel 4, a creative risk-taker, to move to Sheffield

As yet there’s no way of checking precisely how many of us in Sheffield responded to the Government’s consultation into potentially moving Channel 4 outside of London. But I was one of them, and near the top of my list of reasons to consider our city as the broadcaster’s new home was the strength of the city’s cultural scene.

Nick Bax, left, with Tom Law at Park Hill

‘Fight the fear of leaving London and embrace Sheffield’s talented workforce’, city tells Channel 4

Channel 4 needs to fight the fear of moving from London and embrace Sheffield’s talented workforce, its ideal location and spirit of innovation – leading figures in culture, technology and design have urged.
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Coun Alison Teal

Sheffield politician to fight her own council in court as tree felling dispute intensifies

Sheffield Council will fight one of its own elected members in court in an attempt to stop 'unlawful' protests against tree felling.
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Sadacca secretary Olivier Tsemo and chairman Rob Cotterell.

Sheffield social club allowed to host event during Tramlines despite concern over recent stabbing

A Sheffield social club linked to a double stabbing will be able to host an event during Tramlines despite police concerns.

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The shelter in Whirlowbrook Park which is to be converted into a caf

Sheffield park café's long-awaited return gets the go-ahead

Plans to open a new café in Sheffield's Whirlowbrook Park five years after its predecessor closed controversially have taken a step forward.
Sadacca on the Wicker.

Sheffield community club's Tramlines event in doubt as police raise concerns after double stabbing

Police hope to prevent a Sheffield social club outside which two men were recently stabbed from hosting an event during Tramlines.
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David Topham outside 3 St Paul's Place

Top firms set their sights on £20 million Sheffield office building

Two new occupiers are poised to move into a £20 million office block in Sheffield city centre - after the developer was granted extra time to fill the mostly empty building.
The old UCAR site pictured in 2006

Exciting plans to be unveiled for former Sheffield works site

Sheffield Council is working with a number of landowners on regeneration plans for a site which has been derelict for more then 20 years.

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3 St. Pauls Place, Sheffield. Picture: Marie Caley NSTB 3 St Pauls MC 6

Eight-month deadline set to fill mostly empty £20 million Sheffield office tower

A developer has been given eight months to find more occupiers to fill a mostly empty £20 million office tower in Sheffield city centre - amid fears the council may have to buy the building.

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A timber hoarding covers the former men's toilets next to Sheffield Town Hall as work gets under way on a new bar. Picture: Richard Eyre/Twitter

Work starts on new bar in former Sheffield Town Hall toilets

Work has begun on turning the former men’s toilets next to Sheffield Town Hall into a new bar.

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