08:41EXCLUSIVE: Sheffield bids to bring Channel 4 headquarters to the city
13:59Sheffield terror arrests: No link to London attacks, say police
19:54WIN: Tickets to see Kings Of Leon and The Sherlocks at Sheffield Arena this Saturday
16:40Vandalism blamed for 30mph and 40mph signs at SAME place on Doncaster road
13:10WATCH: Dramatic moment armed police swoop on taxi near Meadowhall
09:26Sheffield dementia researchers open their doors to the public
09:00BREAKING NEWS: Huge Â£50m expansion plan for Doncaster's Yorkshire Wildlife Park set to create 300 new jobs and bring more animals
15:45"Happy ending" as Ed Miliband returns to Doncaster voter whose lawn he cut - and gets her to pose with Vote Labour poster
09:09Sheffield United: Return to 'my club' Blades is a dream, says striker Ched Evans
15:00BREAKING: Armed police brandishing guns seen in Sheffield city centre
12:03Doncaster driver sets up car share group on Facebook in bid to cut congestion on M62
15:08Female nursery worker slashed by three women chanting "Allah"
11:23VIDEO: Raglan '˜forever grateful' to Spireites as he seals permanent Oxford move
11:43Stay Safe in the (unpredictable) British Summer Even if you are not travelling abroad, it is important to take care of your skin when you are out and about this summer. You can burn in the UK, even when it's cloudy.Sunburn can be very painful and potentially dangerous, it can also increase your chance of getting skin cancer so it is important you take steps to protect yourself and your family, especially young children and babies whose skin is very sensitive and delicate. Spend time in the shade when the rays of the sun are at their strongest. In the UK, this is between 11am and 3pm from March to October. Remember, it does not have to be bright sunshine and you can still burn on cloudy days. To stay safe, make sure you: spend time in the shade between 11am and 3pmmake sure you never burncover up with suitable clothing and sunglassestake extra care with childrenuse sunscreen of at least factor 15 Remember, a suntan does not protect your skin and there are similar health risks associated with sunbeds and other UV tanning equipment.The Teenage Cancer Trust recently discovered that worryingly nearly 2/3 (61%) of young people aged 13-24 have avoided using sunscreen in order to get a better tan. Dr Robert Jaggs-Fowler, Medical Director at NHS North Lincolnshire Clinical Commissioning Group, said while everyone should take care in the sun, it is especially important for young people, children and babies.'It's the damage done to your skin when you're young that could lead to skin cancer developing in later life, so it's vital to understand the dangers and protect yourself from the sun's rays which can be dangerous even when it's cloudy.' If you do get burned:Â· Sponge sore skin with cool water, then apply soothing aftersun or calamine lotion.Â· Painkillers, such as paracetamol or ibuprofen, will ease the pain by helping to reduce inflammation caused by sunburn.Â· Seek medical help if you feel unwell or the skin swells badly or blisters. Stay out of the sun until all signs of redness have gone. For more advice on avoiding sunburn and staying safe in the sun speak to a pharmacist or visit http://www.nhs.uk/livewell/skin/pages/sunsafe.aspx.
19:29Wings Of Eagles' Derby win: shock, fluke or fine performance?
10:29Pensioner jailed for rape and sex attacks on young girl in Doncaster in 1970s
10:36RUMOUR MILL: Liverpool challenge Man Utd for Real Madrid ace, Mourinho '˜fed up', Arsenal set to splash the cash while look who's about to return to Stamford Bridge...
09:38South Yorkshire UKIP candidate's 'keep Islam out' message condemned on Twitter
10:06Â£50m lorry depot near J34 in Sheffield '˜needs no environment study'
07:00Dons have '˜top two budget' - Gavin Baldwin
13:22READER'S VERDICT: Majority in support of bid to bring Channel 4 headquarters to Sheffield
07:00Doncaster Rovers: Darren Ferguson pledges more opportunities for club's youngsters
11:32NATIONAL NEWS: BREAKING - Body found in Thames after London terror attack
09:10Fish set to scale new heights across South Yorkshire
16:56Rotherham United: Millers in frame as Darren Potter pursuit approaches end-game while they also want David Ball
15:51TICKET GIVEAWAY: World's biggest inflatable obstacle course coming to Doncaster this weekend - and we have 10 pairs of tickets to win
10:20Strong winds smash children's play house into cars at Doncaster railway station
12:27Family heartbroken at burglary three weeks after bereavement
13:26Doncaster RLFC confirm Matt Nicholson exit
10:09'˜This Girl Can Sheffield' a resounding success
07:56Boxing: English title shot looms for Rotherham's Lee Appleyard, in Doncaster
16:53BREAKING NEWS: Accident causes disruption on one of Doncaster's busiest roads
22:45Simply no let up: Why Sheffield United are ALWAYS at full tilt
16:02VIDEO: Armed police arrest man carrying BB gun in Sheffield city centre
15:51Daily Debate: What should Sheffield Wednesday do with George Hirst next season?
15:51Have children in Sheffield predicted the outcome of the general election?
13:43VIDEO: '˜Amazing' help and love for Sheffield teenage cancer sufferer
13:51How late Wallace and Gromit and Last of The Summer Wine star Peter Sallis began his career in Sheffield
12:54Man arrested by armed officers near Meadowhall remains in custody
12:45Dave Simms Column: Say hello to Sheffield Steelers' next generation
11:38New Scarcity Index identifies most valuable Â£2 coins
11:38Warning to elderly over fraudsters claiming to be from HMRC
11:27Budget supermarket Lidl teams up with supermodel Heidi Klum to launch '˜high end' fashion line
10:59Motorists issued with tickets at beauty spot close to Sheffield
09:46Wild owl rehabilitated and released at the Tropical Butterfly House
09:45Do you know Spireites' best young supporter?
09:37COLUMN: Caldwell's Spireites are not a League Two tortoise, they're a duck
23:56Speedway: Josh plans to continue rich vein of form for Sheffield Tigers
10:01Porn star's brothel on wheels returns to our region
08:12Brothel and sauna workers in Sheffield denied access to passports, say police
06:00Sheffield United: Captain thanks his team mates for an unforgettable season
00:00Sheffield United: Youngster earns top marks
07:00EXCLUSIVE: Sheffield bids to bring Channel 4 headquarters to the city