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Main stage act pulls out of Tramlines festival after posting picture from hospital bed

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Darren Morton.

Sheffield man jailed for having 'loaded shotgun with ammunition sewn into curtains'

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Rain in Sheffield

Thunderstorms and heavy rain to BATTER England but there's good news for Sheffield

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Jodie Whittaker is the new Doctor Who.

VIDEO: New Doctor Who trailer gives fans first glimpse of Sheffield-filmed sci-fi hit

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PICTURES AND VIDEO: Man left fighting for life after crash near Sheffield city centre

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Tributes paid to dad-of-two killed in car crash in Sheffield

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VIDEO: Watch dramatic moment police smash into Sheffield property during raid

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South Yorkshire children risking their lives on the railway

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Do you know these men?

Two men wanted over sexual assault onboard Sheffield train

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#FlyDSA CAMPAIGN: Leaders pledge to support Doncaster Sheffield Airport

Sheffield Heeley MP Louise Haigh

Criminal gangs preying on excluded children, warns Sheffield MP

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Shocking statistics reveal robberies on the rise in Sheffield

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Drop in police officers in South Yorkshire

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Have you seen this man?

Man with links to Barnsley wanted by police in London

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Two men charged with attempted murder of South Yorkshire boxer

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South Yorkshire family left distressed after burglars stole priceless engagement rings in daylight raid

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Sheffield mum sentenced to community order for allowing cannabis to be grown at family home

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Sheffield man kept loaded shotgun in living room and rounds of ammunition stashed in curtains, court hears

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Sheffield Heeley MP Louise Haigh

Criminal gangs preying on excluded children, warns Sheffield MP

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Archie Bamforth, aged 11, with headteacher at Brunswick Community Primary Neil Frankland.

School's pride as Sheffield pupil never has day off in seven years

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Year six pupils at Woodhouse West Primary School at the premiere at the Showroom Cinema. Pictures: Andrew Roe

Glitzy film premiere for Sheffield schoolchildren

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A litter pick was held around the grounds of Firth Park Academy, in Shiregreen

Social action day improves grounds around Sheffield school

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All Creatures Great and Small, L-R: Robert Hardy, Christopher Timothy and Peter Davison

Students’ career choices often influenced by what they watch on TV

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Only 1 in 10 parents in Doncaster could pass a SATs quiz - could you? Take our test

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From L-R Patrick Johnston from Place 2 Be, Deana Puccio from RAP Project, Maz Udall from Self Esteem Team and Cathy Walker, Director of Sixth Form and organiser of the conference. Picture: Andy Brown

Mental health day at Sheffield school gives pupils the tools they need to survive Year 11

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Recruitment agency backs fair funding campaign for Sheffield schools

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Sheffield's newest school celebrates positive Ofsted inspection report

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Former education secretary demands reversal to 'deeply unwelcoming' cuts to Sheffield school funding

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Sheffield infant school prepares for expansion into primary to cope with demand on places

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The part of Bank Street, Sheffield where William Jackson had his first doctor's surgery

Story of Sheffielder who survived a shipwreck and went on to pioneer healthcare in city

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Drivers warned of ‘white van tan’ dangers as UK continues to heat up

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Members of the stroke team and patients

Sheffield stroke survivors to benefit from new recovery service

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Doncaster Royal Infirmary

Hundreds of days a month lost to bed blocking at Doncaster hospitals

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Doncaster hospital A&E secure under new regional health plan but changes possible in maternity and child medicine

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Aspiring nurse, age 10, welcomed to Sheffield university

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Football tournament to honour Doncaster mum’s life

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Warning over 'slime toys' available on Amazon containing high levels of chemical that could cause harm to unborn babies

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An artist's impression of how the new development will look.

Development planned for former steelworks site

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First £35,000 shipping container homes in Sheffield close to becoming reality

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Tinted windows in taxis are getting darker.

Council to consider changing rules on tinted glass in taxis

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The council said the new cladding will be up as soon as possible

Councillor calls out government for 'scandalously' not paying the bill for safe cladding on Tower Block

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Then Lord Mayor councillor Marjorie Barker cuts the ribbon at the official reopening of Birley Spa Bath House in 2002

Heritage Lottery Fund and conservationists speak out about neglected Victorian spa

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Peter Stringfellow

Petition launched after council snubs calls for Stringfellow memorial

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Barbara Greatorex, Ernest Brewin and Caroline Dewar of the Friends of Graves Park

Friends of Graves Park take Sheffield council to high court after decades of battling to save it

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Developer ups social housing offer for student flats complex

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Calls for city to honour club tycoon Peter Stringfellow

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Which way is the right way for these Sheffield seats?

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Second chance for Sheffield Sharks with arena plans

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Troy and Tito Brealey (photo submitted).

Brother pays tribute to 'kind, caring and fearless' Sheffield dad-of-two who died in horror crash

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The car was written off following the collision at Stainforth level crossing near Doncaster (pic: British Transport Police)

Horror smash at level crossing in South Yorkshire leads to safety recommendations

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Troy Brearley was killed in a collision in Sheffield on Tuesday afternoon

Man killed in head-on smash in Sheffield named

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Oliver Butcher, aged nine, has been hooked on photography since he was seven

Budding photographer, aged 9, invited to take Sheffield couple's wedding pictures

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Ray and Barbara Wragg.

Pair’s pleasure from giving money away

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Transport Secretary Chris Grayling

Austerity must still apply, but not in south

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Home Office reverse decision after rejecting visa for Sheffield woman's boyfriend in time to fly home for Christmas

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Fly-tipping mess on Grange Mill Lane

'It's getting out out hand now' - Call for action as callous fly-tippers dump 'dangerous' materials on Sheffield road

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Robert Wall in front of the fly-tipping mess he had to spend all weekend clearing up.

Sheffield business owners hit by persistent fly-tipping hell call for more council help

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Sue Winger has been calling on the council for the past 22 years to sort out Tofts Lane.Picture: Andrew Roe/The Star

Sheffield woman's 22-year call to the council for action on narrow 'death trap' road

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