Hunt to find giant set of Sheffield-made scissors continues

A Sheffield cutlery firm is still on the lookout for a giant set of scissors that have vanished into thin air.

An artist's impression giving an aerial view of the complete Heart of the City II masterplan in Sheffield.

Developers wait in the wings to take on Heart of the City II flats in Sheffield

Private investors have expressed interest in bringing forward at least some of Sheffield's £500 million Heart of the City II project - giving hope the council will not have to act as the scheme's sole developer.
John Lewis in Barker's Pool, Sheffield.

John Lewis revamp up for discussion in Sheffield

Talks will be held to determine how extensively the branch of John Lewis in Sheffield city centre can be overhauled to complement a £500 million development scheme.
Jarvis Cocker is appearing at Peak Cavern in Castleton.

Sheffield's Jarvis Cocker to play two gigs in Peak District cavern

Sheffield singer, songwriter and musician Jarvis Cocker is to play two gigs in a Peak District cave.
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An artist's impression giving an aerial view of Leah's Yard and the block featuring a new high-end food hall in Sheffield's Heart of the City II scheme

Bringing 'Little Mesters' back to Sheffield city centre as part of £500 million scheme

The renovation of historic Leah's Yard in Sheffield - and the new block featuring a trendy food hall that will be created next door - is one of the most innovative ideas in the council's new Heart of the City II plan.
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Tara and Stefan Tobler, of And Other Stories. Picture: Dean Atkins

Star Interview: Publishing's male-dominated world is soundly challenged in Sheffield

From an inconspicuous office room tucked away at the end of a corridor at the Central Library in Sheffield, publishing’s status quo is being firmly challenged.
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An artist's impression giving an aerial view of the complete Heart of the City 2 masterplan in Sheffield

These are the huge changes you can expect as part of the next stage of Sheffield's £500 million Heart of the City II scheme

The future shape of Sheffield city centre has today been mapped out as the council presses ahead with a £500 million redevelopment scheme.
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Debenhams on The Moor. Picture: Andrew Roe

Debenhams in Sheffield city centre earmarked for redesign

The Sheffield city centre branch of Debenhams on The Moor is to undergo a revamp - bringing it in line with the shopping street's wider overhaul.
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New Look is trying to avoid going into administration.

Fashion retailer New Look's move to The Moor in Sheffield 'unharmed' by store closures announcement

Fashion retailer New Look's move from Fargate to The Moor in Sheffield city centre is believed to be unaffected by the firm's plans to shut 60 of its UK stores to stave off going into administration.
Happy Hour, by Kid Acne, depicts local pubs

Charity sale's pub pictures have a personal meaning for Sheffield artist Kid Acne

The pubs of Sheffield have struck a chord with a city illustrator, street artist and musician who is selling new works to raise money for people recovering from drink problems.
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Tom Coulston

Actor Tom Coulston's journey from Sheffield gym to the silver screen

Tom Coulston's acting CV reads like a roll call of the most acclaimed British films and television series of recent years - Bond movie Skyfall, Alan Bennett's The Lady In The Van and BBC sitcom Motherland among them.
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How the easyHotel will look with commercial units below and a tower of flats on the left.

22-storey tower of flats on the way for Sheffield city centre along with boost from shops, restaurants and leisure venues

More shops, restaurants and exciting things to do are on the horizon in Sheffield city centre - promising a vibrant future as schemes come to fruition.
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Riding the Edge, by Mike Newman

Sheffield Photographic Society brings its finest work into focus

Members of one of the country's oldest camera clubs are putting the world in the frame at their annual exhibition.
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Star Interview: Sheffield Beer Week director brings women to the fore to celebrate change in industry

Five ale experts are peering into a steaming drum of brewing beer that is filling the air with a mellow, fruited aroma.
Richard Hawley

Sheffield musician Richard Hawley to tell Park Hill's story in song at the Crucible theatre in new stage production

The history of Sheffield's Park Hill estate will be told through song at the Crucible theatre in the debut stage production by city musician Richard Hawley.
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Alistair McLean with specimens of rocks and minerals at the Museums Sheffield store. Picture: Chris Etchells

The natural science to understanding Sheffield through its rocks, plants and animals

Alistair McLean is holding a stuffed animal which, he says, is a 'microcosm' of Sheffield's natural history collection.
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The Central Library and Graves Art Gallery in Sheffield, earmarked for a new 'cultural hub'. Picture: Dean Atkins

Café in Sheffield art gallery closes to make way for 'cultural hub' plan

The café in Sheffield's Graves Art Gallery has shut for good and will instead be used to develop plans to turn the building and its library into a new 'cultural hub'.

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Engineer Keith Wall with the 1908 Sheffield-Simplex car at Kelham Island Museum. Picture: Andrew Roe

Four weeks left to keep rare Sheffield-made car at city museum

Time is running out to keep a rare Sheffield-made car on display in the city where it was built 110 years ago - as a call for help has not yet attracted any donations.
How ‘people’s mountain’ tells a very human story

How ‘people’s mountain’ tells a very human story

Kinder Scout in the Peak District holds a place in the popular imagination, says Ed Douglas. The mass trespass held there in 1932 was a near-mythological event in the fight for access to Britain’s uplands, making it ‘undoubtedly the people’s mountain, a focus for radicalism and liberty, rightly celebrated’.

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Pesto baked salmon. Picture: Dean Atkins

Grounds for quality at Sheffield café as Kelham Island expands

Kelham Island’s population is getting bigger. Building work on 131 apartments is poised to get under way towards Neepsend, and plans are in for a further 92 flats under the same scheme.

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