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50 South Yorkshire homes hit by power cut

Around 50 South Yorkshire homes have been hit by a power cut today. Properties in Goldthorpe were plunged into darkness at 11am this morning and the power is not expected to be back on until after 6pm tonight. Staff from the Northern Powergird are on sit

yesterday, 17:46 in Yorkshire & Humber
 

Cheeky thieves cut soft top and steal phone from car in Sheffield

Cheeky thieves cut through the soft top of a vehicle and stole a mobile phone from inside. The incident happened sometime overnight between late Thursday and the early hours of this morning in Baslow Road, Totley. In the same night thieves also stole a s

yesterday, 12:42 in Yorkshire & Humber
 

Tools and generator stolen from Sheffield shed

Burglars broke into a shed before stealing tools and a generator. The Sheffield South East Local Policing Team said the incident happened at a property in Hayfield Drive, Birley, sometime between last Saturday and Thursday. Call police on 101.

yesterday, 12:12 in Yorkshire & Humber
 

TRAFFIC AND TRAVEL: Major delays on South Yorkshire's rail network this evening

Signalling problems are causing delays on South Yorkshire's rail network this evening. An earlier electric fault near Doncaster had caused problems but was later fixed. The area was then hit by signalling problems near Fitzwilliam. Although lines are now

yesterday, 10:16 in Yorkshire & Humber
 

BREAKING: First picture of young Sheffield dad stabbed to death

A community is in a state of shock after a 'well liked' young dad was stabbed to death close to his home. Police have launched a murder probe after the victim, named locally as 21-year-old dad Jordan Hill, was attacked in Southey Avenue, Longley, at 9.45

yesterday, 10:16 in Yorkshire & Humber
 

Grant will help Sheffield river see daylight for first time 'in a century'

The Environment Agency has given Sheffield Council £50,000 to help uncover a city centre river. The authority wants to remove the culvert on top of the River Sheaf in Castlegate, where the old Castle Market stood, and create a park for residents to enjoy

Friday, 16:35 in Yorkshire & Humber
 

Business Secretary attends 381st Cutlers’ Feast in Sheffield

Business Secretary Greg Clark will be the principal speaker at the Cutlers’ Feast in Sheffield - one of the most important business dinners in the North. The Secretary of State for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy will attend the 381st Feast afte

Friday, 15:35 in Yorkshire & Humber
 

Sheffield students take part in robotics competition

UTC Sheffield computing students are getting ready to put their high level technical skills to the test by taking part in a national robotics competition. Two teams of Year 10 and Year 12 students will attend the event on May 10th at Silverstone UTC in N

Friday, 15:26 in Yorkshire & Humber
 

Community in focus: Big developments are the talking point in historic Norton and bustling Meadowhead

It’s an area brimming with history which has taken a big leap into the 21st century with brand new developments making it the envy of Sheffield. Norton has gone from an historic sleepy village known for its idyllic Grade II listed church to a bustling re

Friday, 14:49 in Yorkshire & Humber
 

Sheffield mum’s journey from school cook to chef for Marco Pierre White

A single mother from a Yorkshire council estate tells Chris Burn how she went from school cook to chef for Marco Pierre White. It is the type of job that takes over your life “100 per cent”. Gruelling hours, massive pressure and a constant need to delive

Friday, 12:57 in Yorkshire & Humber
 

BREAKING: Loud bangs heard after police find ‘suspicious package’ yards from scene of Westminster terror...

Police have this evening been called out to reports of a 'suspicious package' yards from the scene of the Westminster terror attack. Witnesses reported on social media accounts that they heard loud bangs near Parliament Square this evening. Officers have

Friday, 11:52 in Yorkshire & Humber
 

Sheffield mum hails ‘brilliant’ sport and fitness accessibility scheme

A Sheffield mum-of-two has heaped praise on a health and fitness scheme which enables people with physical and learning disabilities, as well as mental health conditions, to take a family member, carer or friend to Sheffield sports venues as support for

Friday, 11:01 in Yorkshire & Humber
 

Sheffield Waterstones hosts an evening with bestselling author of The Bone Season trilogy

Samantha Shannon, bestselling author of the fantasy novels known as The Bone Season series will be discussing her work and signing copies of her new book The Song Rising (Bloomsbury £12.99) at a special event in store on Friday March 31 from 7pm. Samanth

Friday, 10:54 in Yorkshire & Humber
 

Sheffield’s The Botanist bubbling for children’s hospital charity

Since opening in October 2016, The Botanist in Leopold Square (Sheffield) has raised almost £2,000 for The Children’s Hospital Charity with the donation of a percentage from children’s meals and limited edition cocktails. The restaurant and bar chain bra

Friday, 10:44 in Yorkshire & Humber
 

TRAVEL ALERT: Delays at Doncaster Railway Station due to power failure

Train passengers are being advised of service disruption at Doncaster Railway Station this morning. A failure of the electricity supply at the Doncaster power signal box means trains in the Doncaster and Grantham area are being disrupted. There are delay

Friday, 10:21 in Yorkshire & Humber
 


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