5.20pm - Sheffield murder accused claims he did not realise Danny Irons had been stabbed
Pictured is deceased father-of-three Daniel Irons, also known as Danny Irons, who lived between homes in Hackenthorpe, Sheffield, and Rotherham, and sadly died aged 32 after he suffered a fatal stab wound to his chest before collapsing on Fretson Green, at Woodthorpe, Sheffield.
One of two Sheffield cousins accused of murder after a confrontation in a park says he did not realise Danny Irons had been stabbed.
3.43pm - £5m for warmer private sector homes as almost 10 per cent of Barnsley homes are in fuel poverty
The council submitted a bid for the cash from the government’s sustainable warmth competition in August, and has been awarded the full £5.3m.
Barnsley Council is set to accept more than £5m in funding to make private sector homes more energy efficient, after government figures found almost 10 per cent of households in Barnsley are living in fuel poverty.
12.47pm - What Arthur's law would mean for child killers like the murderers of Blake and Tristan Barrass in Sheffield
An LED board inside the stadium shows a photo of Arthur Labinjo-Hughes as fans hold a minutes applause in his memory during the Premier League match between Tottenham Hotspur and Norwich City at Tottenham Hotspur Stadium on December 05, 2021 in London, England. (Photo by Mike Hewitt/Getty Images)
Today (December 7) Prime Minister Boris Johnson announced that new laws will mean that people who deliberately kill a child will die in prison.
12.40pm - Boy, 16, arrested over burglaries, robberies and assault in Fulwood and Norfolk Park, Sheffield
A 16-year-old boy has been arrested in connection with a number of robberies and burglaries which reportedly happened in the Folwood and Norfolk Park areas of Sheffield overnight on Thursday, December 2 and Friday, December 3
A boy has been arrested over a mini-crime wave which hit Sheffield’s suburbs overnight.