Sheffield barber shop applies to serve customers alcohol

Male grooming in Sheffield could soon step up a notch, after a city centre salon applied to serve alcohol.

A rededication ceremony for war memorial trees in Frecheville in 2014 (photo by Malcolm Billingham)

War memorial trees felled today in Sheffield 'were diseased'

Two war memorial trees which have been felled today in Sheffield were both diseased, according to the council.
Sheffield's Ski Village during its heyday

Sheffield Ski Village homecoming - excitement builds at club which produced golden generation

Members of the exiled Sharks Ski Club have spoken of their growing excitement about a long-awaited homecoming to Sheffield's Ski Village.
Around 18,000 people attended last year's Pride in Sheffield festival, with some 1,200 taking part in the parade along Ecclesall Road

Pride in Sheffield organisers warn they may have to charge for entry

Pride in Sheffield's organisers say they face having to charge revellers for the first time, after launching an urgent appeal for funding.

Work on London Road, at the junction with Broadfield Road, is scheduled to start by March next year

£4.8m revamp for busy Sheffield road gets mixed reaction from businesses

Businesses along Sheffield's busy London Road have given a mixed reaction to plans for a £4.8 million revamp.
Satisfaction levels in Sheffield were higher than for all but one of the five tram networks assessed

REVEALED: What passengers really think of trams in Sheffield

Passenger satisfaction with Sheffield's trams has risen to the second highest level on record, a new report shows.
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The Beer Engine on Cemetery Road in Sheffield

Is this Sheffield's toughest critic? One-star rating prompts witty response from pub owners

Most pubs would be horrified to receive a one-star rating, especially with customer reviews proving so influential these days.

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Stocksbridge Walkers are Welcome has produced a series of handy guides to walks in the area (photo: Stocksbridge Walkers are Welcome)

Sheffield suburb named Britain's second best place for walkers

A Sheffield suburb has narrowly missed out on being crowned the country's best place in which to take a stroll.

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A marketing campaign is planned to cut consumption of sugary drinks

Free water refills and food vouchers - how Sheffield plans to turn tide on rising obesity rates

Junk food adverts could be banned and health food stores offered discounted rates in an attempt to reduce soaring obesity levels in Sheffield.

Crystal Peaks Market

Anger over heating woes at 'forgotten' Sheffield market

Market traders in Crystal Peaks say they feel like the poor relations to their counterparts at The Moor Market, after being left shivering.

Philip Bratley played more than 120 games for Barnsley FC, and also turned out for clubs including Liverpool, Doncaster Rovers and Rotherham United (photo from Jessica Moxon, via

Family's emotional plea after Barnsley FC FA Cup winner's medal and other treasured heirlooms stolen

A family has issued an emotional appeal for the return of an FA Cup winner's medal their ancestor won with Barnsley FC.

The Boardwalk, as the venue was formerly known, on the corner of Snig Hill

Fresh hope for famous Sheffield music venue where The Clash played first gig

The future of a famous Sheffield music venue where The Clash played their first ever gig is looking up after a 'let' sign appeared outside.

Workers outside Sheffield's Old Town Hall yesterday (photo: Craig Skinner)

What is happening at Sheffield's Old Town Hall, after workers are seen entering historic building?

The saga surrounding Sheffield's crumbling Old Town Hall has taken a new twist, after workers were this week seen entering the historic building.
The new bowling alley is expected to have at least 10 lanes (photo: Lane7)

What to expect from new Lane7 bowling alley, bar and restaurant coming to Sheffield city centre

The man bringing a new boutique bowling alley to Sheffield city centre has revealed exciting new details about what to expect.

Def Leppard sold out this year's show at the FlyDSA Arena in days (photo: Glenn Ashley)

Sheffield's FlyDSA Arena on course for one of best years ever

Sheffield's FlyDSA Arena is on course for its busiest year since 2013, say the venue's managers, despite fresh grumbles about it missing out on another big act.
Work to widen Chesterfield Road is due to be completed in June

Major road-widening to speed up buses on busy Sheffield street nears completion

A major road-widening project designed to speed up bus journeys in Sheffield is nearing completion.

Pupils at Emmanuel Junior Academy have been learning about healthy eating at the SHINE after-school club

Schools in Sheffield on the front line of battle to curb child obesity

A group of schoolchildren intently eye up a row of chocolate bars temptingly laid out before them, but all is not as it seems.

The Catholic chapel at City Road Cemetery (photo: Paul Sargeant)

Mourner's 'disgust' at state of Gothic chapel in Sheffield cemetery

Essential repairs could be made to a crumbling Victorian chapel in Sheffield, as council bosses weigh up options for the building's future.
Richard Cooper-Holmes and one of the disappointing dishes he was given

Has hospital food in Doncaster gone downhill since new contract began?

Hospital food in Doncaster has gone downhill since a new provider took over, according to a former restaurateur.

Melton High Street, where the accident happened (pic: Google)

Teenage apprentice injured in nasty fall from scaffolding in South Yorkshire

A teenage apprentice broke a wrist and fractured a cheekbone when he fell from scaffolding while working for a South Yorkshire firm.

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