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Local Election Result – Darnall Ward

Name Description Votes Lea, Mary Labour Party  2432 Mohammed, Sohail Shaffaq ...

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Local Election Result – Ecclesall Ward

Name Description Votes Leman, Jason Green Party  1935 Lowcock, John Douglas ...

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Local Election Result – Beauchief and Greenhill Ward

Name Description Votes Gledhill, Julie Labour Party 1271 Lord, Claire The Co ...

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Local Election Result – Stocksbridge and Upper Don Ward

Name Description Votes Crossland, Kurtis Jenson Liberal Democrats  557 Grocu ...

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Local Election Result – Nether Edge & Sharrow Ward

Name Description Votes Busby, Joe The Conservative Party Candidate  198 Garb ...

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Persons nominated in Sheffield Local Elections 2019

Notice is hereby given of the persons that have been and stand validly nominated ...

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Don't forget to register to vote

You must have registered by 11:59pm on 12th April to be able to vote.If you live ...

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Fire deaths prompt new fire safety campaign

As part of the effort, South Yorkshire Fire & Rescue is asking people to fin ...

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Preventing rough sleeping and helping people recover from homelessness

Sheffield City Council has been given £412,000 to prevent rough sleeping and ass ...

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A ‘Safe Place’ for the night

A new approach to ending rough sleeping and preventing the risk of people rough ...

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Residents warned after wannabe builder prosecuted

The warning comes after a trader who scammed a Sheffield couple out of £4,500 wa ...

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‘The freeman with the pram’

The man with the pram, John Burkhill, is being awarded Sheffield’s highest honou ...

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Good-looking Sheffield scoops six best building nominations

Sheffielders have always known we’re a good-looking bunch.And now architects are ...

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Call to fit and fund sprinkler systems in high-rise buildings

Councils across the country, including Sheffield, have written to the Secretary ...

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Busy ring road verge gets needed face lift

The surrounding area of one of the city’s busiest ring roads is receiving a much ...

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Hundreds of students inspired at apprenticeship recruitment fair

Employers from across the UK were in attendance at the Apprenticeships: Be Inspi ...

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Universal credit and health and wellbeing in Sheffield

Sheffield's Health and Wellbeing Board chairs have written to The Secretary of S ...

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Sheffield school nominated for RICS award

A local Sheffield school has been nominated for a globally recognised award. RIC ...

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We built the biggest Children's University in the country

Katie Hamshaw, Senior Project Officer at Sheffield Children’s University, won th ...

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Leah's Yard - tour inside

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WATCH: Leah's Yard reveals its secrets

WATCH: Leah's Yard reveals its secrets

Leah’s Yard, one of the last surviving Little Mesters buildings in Sheffield, ha ...

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FAQ on diseased street trees

1. What is Phytophthora? Phytophthora is a genus of fungi-like microscopic organ ...

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Diseased street trees to be removed in coming weeks

Twenty lime trees on Whitley Wood Road were recently tested by Amey after displa ...

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Introduction of relationships and health education in schools

Councillor Jayne Dunn, Cabinet Member for Education and Skills at Sheffield City ...

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Community bowled over by new cricket facilities

Last year Sheffield was selected as a pilot city, receiving £145,000 from the En ...

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Journey to have cleanest buses takes massive step forward

Sheffield’s buses will soon be among the cleanest in the country as the city dri ...

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Leah's Yard - in pictures

The Leah's Yard team at work in the 1950s including Jack Drury, front, and John ...

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Council reacts to food allergy incidents

On average there are 10 food allergy deaths per year in the UK, with those in th ...

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Placefirst secures planning for £16.5m Build to Rent community

Under the proposals approved by the council’s planning committee, Placefirst pla ...

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Mausoleum of the Giants exhibition opens in Sheffield

The acclaimed artist's new sculptural installation at the former cutlery factory ...

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Attercliffe Waterside site brought to the market

A 22-acre urban regeneration site, next to the Sheffield and Tinsley Canal, and ...

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Waste not, want not

Maintaining and cleaning Sheffield’s 1,180 miles of roads and pavements makes fo ...

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More than 50,000 illegal cigarettes seized from local garage

Trading standards work with the police and public health partners to identify, i ...

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Second wave of Tramlines acts announced

The latest additions include Johnny Marr, Annie Mac, Tom Grennan, Drenge, The Fu ...

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Unique office building given new lease of life

Sheffield City Council has announced it is looking for a new co-working or busin ...

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There are all sorts of opportunities if people put their minds to it

How would you feel if a property developer arrived in your local park wondering ...

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Safer Sleep Week messages vital as Sudden Infant Death Syndrome rises

Latest figures, published in August last year, reveal that for the first time in ...

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Lorries off several streets in Sheffield

New £200,000 environmental weight restrictions will be introduced across several ...

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Next blocks of Sheffield's Heart Of The City II get green light

As phase one of Sheffield's Heart of the City II moves towards completion, the n ...

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Keeping Sheffield people well

The city’s shared aspiration is to improve health outcomes and reduce health ine ...

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Want to play at Tramlines?

Entrants hoping to bag a career-changing slot at the 30,000 capacity festival wh ...

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Watch Towards The Megatron

They've been featured in a wakeboarding film, referenced by Jarvis Cocker in Pul ...

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Wheelchair rugby for all at season launch in Sheffield

Sheffield will host both Wheelchair Rugby League World Cup semi-finals in 2021, ...

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Legend status and Walk of Fame plaque for Tony Foulds

This is in recognition of his long years of service to the Mi Amigo memorial in ...

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Roadworks planned around Sheffield and Mosborough Parkways

Essential maintenance works will be carried out on Sheffield and Mosborough park ...

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Unicef recognise Sheffield for outstanding baby friendly services

Sheffield Family Centres and Sheffield Children’s NHS Foundation Trust 0-19 Heal ...

Statement: Parkwood travellers site

Statement: Parkwood travellers site

Today, His Honour Judge Robinson has found in favour of Sheffield City Council o ...

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Sheffield embraces LGBT adopters

From 4 -11 March it is LGBT Adoption and Fostering week and to help highlight th ...

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Holly trees planted on park border set to flourish

100 holly trees were planted on the border of Millhouses Park last weekend follo ...

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Sheffield receives huge investment towards local jobs

Sheffield has been awarded £715,000 to lead the challenge of tackling the skills ...

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Let's make Fargate a force to be reckoned with

A team of business leaders have declared a shared mission to rejuvenate Fargate ...

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Sign up now for garden waste collections

Veolia working in partnership with Sheffield City Council, is again pleased to o ...

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Council updates parking prices with good news for green vehicles and carers

People who drive a low-polluting “green” vehicle or are a residential carer in S ...

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Festival of the Outdoors Programme Announced

...including new underground adventure exclusiveSheffield’s outdoor season is se ...

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SCC amongst top in country for LGBT employer and education

Sheffield City Council ranks 6th on LGBT charity Stonewall’s annual education eq ...

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Tony got a flypast

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Sheffield to remain host of BUCS Nationals until 2022

The partnership between Sheffield City Trust, BUCS, Sheffield City Council, the ...

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SCC statement on Cobnar Cottage

Legal proceedings were brought to the High Court on Tuesday 12 February on behal ...

Flagpole and memorial tree planted as part of Mi Amigo celebrations

Flagpole and memorial tree planted as part of Mi Amigo celebrations

Tony Foulds, BBC presenter Dan Walker and Councillor Mary Lea were all in attend ...

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In pictures - Tony got a flagpole (and a tree)!

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New future for Eyewitness Works

Plans by CAPITAL&CENTRIC to create a new community at a former cutlery works ...

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Football legend Gordon Banks to be honoured in Sheffield

Goalkeeping star Banks was awarded Sheffield Legend status with the first ever s ...

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Fly-tippers pay the price as council clean up

Fly-tipping is national problem, with high levels of waste being dumped across t ...

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Recognition for Sheffield’s night time safety scheme

Best Bar None’ celebrated 10 years of its night-time scheme last night at a loca ...

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STI tests up by 18% in Sexual Health month

STI tests up by 18% in ‘Sexual Health month’   Getting our sexual health checked ...

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Ultra low taxi charge points to be installed in city centre

A bid to the Office for Low Emission Vehicles (OLEV) for nearly £500,000 to deli ...

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Further details of next Friday's unique US flypast

It’s less than two weeks until Sheffield looks to the skies to see a unique flyo ...

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New 30 year lease for community run leisure centre

The current lease, which started in 2015 is for 25 years but if the decision to ...

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£380,000 pretty green for parks

More than 800 parks and green spaces across the city are maintained by Sheffield ...

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Sheffield celebrates proud LGBT+ history

As people across the country celebrate LGBT History Month, Sheffield takes a loo ...

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Urbo and Peveril Securities work with Sheffield City Council to drive forward regeneration

Urbo (West Bar) Ltd, a joint venture between Urbo and Peveril Securities, the de ...

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Landlord prosecuted and fined for evicting tenant

A private landlord who illegally evicted his tenant has been ordered by the cour ...

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Thousands of young people join Sheffield Children's University

Sheffield Children’s University (CU) gained 3,000 new students last year as over ...

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How Baby Shark brought a foster family together at Christmas

“Shark!” cries foster toddler, and off we go with the actions for the world’s mo ...

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Sheffield celebrates city’s great outdoors with month long festival

Sheffield will showcase the strength and breadth of its outdoor communities with ...

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Fundraiser secures life-saving equipment at Streets Ahead

A heart-warming moment involving a Streets Ahead employee has led to the install ...

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Tramlines Festival reveals phase 1 line up

Sheffield’s biggest ever part, Tramlines Festival, has announced the first wave ...

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Big changes in Sheffield as £10m schemes get under way 

People walking through the Castlegate and Fitzalan Square areas of Sheffield wil ...

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Sheffield leading the way on LGBT+ Domestic Abuse services

Sheffield is one of only six cities in the country that is creating better suppo ...

Council tackles ninth austerity budget

Council tackles ninth austerity budget

The authority has identified another £30 million worth of savings to be made ove ...

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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 ...