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Sheffield will host Rugby League World Cup in 2021 

Following a successful bid from Sheffield City Council and partners, Sheffield h ...

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Candlelit vigil held for Holocaust Memorial Day

This year Holocaust Memorial Day commemorations focus on the theme 'Torn From Ho ...

Moving interviews recall Mi Amigo crash

Moving interviews recall Mi Amigo crash

Sheffield City Council has released moving interviews with two fresh eye witness ...

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Sheffield celebrates Rugby League World Cup 2021 host city status

Eco-aware school children say no to litter

Eco-aware school children say no to litter

 Young, budding environmentalists have been picking up litter from around t ...

Working together for improved outcomes for special needs children

Working together for improved outcomes for special needs children

This follows the recent Local Area Special Educational Needs and Disabilities (S ...

Major US Investor chooses Heart of the City II for significant UK residential

Major US Investor chooses Heart of the City II for significant UK residential

The mixed-use Heart of the City II development, designed to transform Sheffield ...

Hanover Tower residents welcome their new cladding

Hanover Tower residents welcome their new cladding

 Hanover Tower residents are now seeing the first sheets of new, safe repla ...

Sheffield to host the Team UK Invictus Games Trials

Sheffield to host the Team UK Invictus Games Trials

The first ever national games for wounded, injured and sick veterans and personn ...

Football facilities in Darnall saved from closure

Football facilities in Darnall saved from closure

Football facilities in Darnall have been saved from the threat of closure, as th ...

Purple patch continues for city’s night out credentials

Purple patch continues for city’s night out credentials

Purple Flag, first given to Sheffield in 2012, is a town and city centre award w ...

Bin and gone – the secret life of Sheffield’s litter

Bin and gone – the secret life of Sheffield’s litter

We all have dreams of a litter-free city.It remains an alarming fact that every ...

"You’re still exercising, but it flattens the hills"

"You’re still exercising, but it flattens the hills"

Cycling in Sheffield? “Not until the day you get rid of these hills,” was what m ...

Two more Sheffield youngsters join Streets Ahead on award-winning scheme

Two more Sheffield youngsters join Streets Ahead on award-winning scheme

An award-winning training programme which supports young people with additional ...

Best Bar None celebrates ten year anniversary

Best Bar None celebrates ten year anniversary

People on a night out will be asked to #LoveSheffieldNights in celebration of 10 ...

Landlords held to account over licence applications

Landlords held to account over licence applications

Landlords that haven’t applied for a licence to rent out their properties are no ...

Under The Stars present All Our Bands

Under The Stars present All Our Bands

‘All Our Bands’ will showcase original musical performances from up to 50 artist ...

Parkrun total almost at 2,000

Parkrun total almost at 2,000

One of the UK’s largest parkruns broke its attendance record on Saturday when 86 ...

School children plant hundreds of new trees in Sheffield

School children plant hundreds of new trees in Sheffield

Sheffield’s new 15-year trees and woodlands strategy was approved last November, ...

Sheffield Council slams government clean air strategy

Sheffield Council slams government clean air strategy

The Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs has launched its much-del ...

Prince's Trust programme starting in Sheffield

Prince's Trust programme starting in Sheffield

South Yorkshire Fire & Rescue and South Yorkshire Police have teamed up with ...

Inspection work gets under way to retain Sheffield’s street trees

Inspection work gets under way to retain Sheffield’s street trees

 Work to retain dozens of street trees in Sheffield, which were previously ...

Sheffield's Festive footfall reaches three year high

Sheffield's Festive footfall reaches three year high

With experts predicting the steepest decline in December’s high street footfall ...

Investment plans for Sheffield neighbourhoods

Investment plans for Sheffield neighbourhoods

Plans have been published as part of the council’s annual review of the Housing ...

Fraudster local gardener weeded out in court

Fraudster local gardener weeded out in court

A local gardener and handyman has been sentenced to 20 months in jail, suspended ...

Graves Health & Sports Centre storm Yorkshire LTA Awards

Graves Health & Sports Centre storm Yorkshire LTA Awards

Graves Health & Sports Centre, managed by Places Leisure on behalf of Sheffi ...

Happy 80th Birthday John Burkhill

Happy 80th Birthday John Burkhill

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Profits and health must go hand in hand for economic success

Profits and health must go hand in hand for economic success

Greg Fell says there is a close relationship between a healthy population and a ...

Happy 80th birthday to the man with the pram

Happy 80th birthday to the man with the pram

John is one of Sheffield's most famous local heroes - known throughout the city ...

Let’s work together to get historic heritage buildings off our list

Let’s work together to get historic heritage buildings off our list

“Let’s work together to get these listed buildings off our buildings at risk lis ...

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A new approach to Sheffield's street trees

Following further talks between Sheffield City Council, Amey and representatives ...

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100,000 trees to be planted as part of trees and woodlands strategy

Sheffield is one of the greenest and most wooded cities in Europe and the greene ...