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Police cordon off Sheffield pub car park due to 'incident'

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The British Geological Survey has confirmed this afternoon's earthquake

Sheffield feels Britain’s biggest earthquake in 10 years

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'RIP fellow Owl' - Tributes paid after fan dies watching Sheffield Wednesday v Swansea at Hillsborough

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KFC on Woodseats is one of the many branches closed

KFC restaurants in Sheffield still CLOSED after they run out of chicken

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Man seriously injured amid reports motorist deliberately drove at him in Sheffield street

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Listed: The LOWEST ranked GP surgeries in Sheffield as rated by you

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Emergency services discover man's body in Sheffield flat

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CCTV: Gunman bursts into Sheffield home demanding money

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Kevin McCabe and Prince Abdullah

Why Sheffield United fans could have cause for concern by Prince Abdullah's takeover bid

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#FlyDSA CAMPAIGN: Leaders pledge to support Doncaster Sheffield Airport

Luke Cannon with mayor Ros Jones in 2009.

Doncaster Council booked disgraced sex offences teacher who opened new fish restaurant for concerts for Mayor and Queen

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Police are warning computer users to be aware of 'romance fraud'.

Elderly woman conned out of £100,000 by Nigerian 'romance fraud' scammer

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District Judge Paul Heeley granted a closure notice at two flats in Eldon Court in Sheffield City Centre during a short hearing held at Sheffield Magistrates' Court this afternoon.

Closure notice granted at Sheffield Spice den after neighbours complained of users 'urinating and defecating' in street

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Luke Cannon leaving Sheffield Crown Court on Monday

Doncaster Council 'not aware' of sex offences committed by disgraced teacher chosen to run their new £21k market stall

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BREAKING NEWS: South Yorkshire teenager to appear in court charged with terrorism related offence

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The real heroines of women’s suffrage

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Prolific Sheffield burglar is jailed for latest stealing spree

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Suspended sentence for Doncaster man found with cannabis stash worth up to £16k

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£3 million to toughen up our Doncaster children

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Sheffield nursery praised after being rated as 'Good' by Government inspectors

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Students at Emmanuel Junior Academy, in Waterthorpe celebrate the Ofsted

Ofsted inspectors praise Sheffield junior school after history of underperformance

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Building work in underway at Handsworth Grange Community Sports College

Building work starts on Sheffield school's new £1.8m extension

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Hollie Pearne-Webb, who netted the winning penalty for the GB Team at the 2016 Olympic Hockey Finals, tookalong her medal to inspire and motivate the Hill House School pupils in Doncaster.

Doncaster school pupils inspired by visit from Olympic gold medalist

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Paul Stockley with a headteacher from one of the schools he visited

Sheffield headteacher calls for lessons to be learnt after finding similar challenges between UK and Japanese schools

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Pupils at St Anns Grove Primary, in Sheffield, with the letter from Nick Gibb

Two Sheffield primary schools rated among best in the country

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Doncaster playground plan delayed after investigation

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New trust takes reins at Doncaster primary school following shock withdrawal of sponsor

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New education partnership launched to expose more Sheffield children to arts and culture

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Speed limit set to be slashed around Sheffield school where boy was seriously injured in collision

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Pride in our NHS: New state-of-the-art operations suite opens at Sheffield hospital

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Sheffield nursery praised after being rated as 'Good' by Government inspectors

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There were fivehandovers that took longer than 60 minutes.

More ambulances are waiting over 30 minutes to handover patients to A&E in Sheffield

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Mae Fox with her operation anniversary cake

Mae Fox marks fourth anniversary of operation to help her to walk

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Marie’s big thank-you to Doncaster hospice

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Sight loss charity calls for help from Doncaster residents

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Mud, sweat, and inspiration at Sheffield charity run

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Exhibition celebrates care at Sheffield maternity wing

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Hope and despair for state of steel

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Simon Marsh was one of the 141 drivers issued a bus lane ticket on Christmas Day. His appeal was rejected by Town Hall bosses. Picture: The Star/Andrew Roe

'Absolutely outrageous!' - Sheffield Council rake in thousands on bus lane tickets issued on Christmas Day

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Let’s work together for Brexit prosperity

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Breaking with the student flats trend in Sheffield

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Mick Glynn, pictured by a Pot Hole on Hatfield High Street. Picture: Marie Caley Pot Holes MC 3

Hundreds of potholes must be filled in Doncaster's roads for Tour de Yorkshire

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VIDEO: Sheffield woman stages protest on neighbour's roof over dispute with council contractors

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Group set up to review church practices after controversy over prospective Sheffield bishop's stance on women priests

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Time running out to have your say on Sheffield Council scheme to clampdown on 'high-risk' flats

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Only one in five people would recommend West Street after 11pm on a weekend, new survey reveals

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Transport for the North claims its 70bn master plan could deliver a 100bn economic boost to the region

Can 'dream' of faster trains from Sheffield become reality? Public have their say on £70bn transport master plan

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Sheffield could still miss out on the benefits of the long-awaited improvements, it has been warned

'Rival bid could yet scupper plans for more fast trains from Sheffield to Manchester'

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The work would boost the number of fast trains each hour from two to three

Work to boost rail connections between Sheffield and Manchester set to begin next year

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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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