Author

Women have been standing up and campaigning for 100 years, and now female activists are being sought to share their stories.
Retro
Sheffield Heritage Fair in the Millennium Gallery.

Heritage enthusiasts, including members of The Star’s Retro team, are preparing to meet the public at a heritage fair this weekend.
Retro
Iconic comedy duo Laurel and Hardy witn a bride at the former Sheffield Grand Hotel in March 1954.

This is the moment world famous comedy duo Laurel and Hardy surprised a bride on her wedding day in Sheffield in the 1950s.
Retro
Phyllis Clifford, who will turn 102 in February 2019, with Blades legend Tony Currie.

A life-long Sheffield United fan has celebrated a milestone birthday by meeting one of the club’s most famous players.
News
Safari the cat, who needs a new home after being cared for by staff at RSPCA Sheffield.

This ‘gorgeous’ lady Safari is looking for her new forever home and a family to love after recovering from illness.
News
Anti-nuclear demonstration on Shude Hill car park Sheffield, December 18, 1981.

Women have been standing up and campaigning for 100 years, and now female activists are being sought to share their stories.
Retro
Food at All Siam Thai, Ecclesall Road, Sheffield.

Exotic flavours, perfect presentation, inviting aromas and elegant decor – All Siam Thai restaurant is an experience for all the senses.
Food and Drink
Sarah Shooter, owner, pictured with staff member Sannah Timmis. Picture: NSST-21-12-18-Baked-9

Baked, a vegan cafe, was opened almost by accident by mum Sarah Shooter, but her vegan and gluten free bakes, including cookies, doughnuts and luxurious cakes, are just too good to not be shared.
Food and Drink
Philip Cowley, aged 33, took part in a 26.2 mile marathon, a 10k run and a 13.1 mile half marathon raise funds for Sheffield Hospitals Charity.over two days, after his auntie, Sue Crookes, age 66, fell down the stairs at home and dislocating her neck and severely damagedher spinal cord. Phil and Sue are pictured.

The nephew of a woman who suffered life changing injuries after a freak fall has taken on a 45 mile running challenge to raise funds for Sheffield Hospitals Charity.
Health
The Real Junk Food Campaign's crowdfunder raised over 45,000 for it to have a permanent base which will allow it to save more junk food from the bin, feed more hungry people and to tackle climate change. Pictured is Jo Hercberg. Picture: Chris Etchells

The director of a campaign which aims to stamp out food waste in Sheffield said she is ‘stunned’ that people helped to raise almost £7,000 towards the cause in one day.
Food and Drink
Gavin Douglas with artwork by his mother Alison, which he will sell at The Under The Bed Sale at Sheffield Hillsborough's Cupola Gallery. Picture Scott Merrylees.

Ali Douglas will be remembered for her art. Not only did she love creating pieces herself, but she shared her skills with students in her classroom. 
Lifestyle
Women are being encouraged to give ruby a try.

Women are being encouraged to release their inner warrior and give rugby a try at a free training session specifically for women.
News
Susanne Marie Skelton is a Sheffield-based professional self image advisor who has predicted the 2019 spring/summer trends. Picture Scott Merrylees

With a new year comes new trends – and also a chance for you to update your look and perhaps try a different style.
Lifestyle
Load more
Get daily updates Sign Up X