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South Yorkshire MPs told neighbourhood policing "not working"

South Yorkshire Police and Crime Commissioner Dr Alan Billings has warned Doncaster and Rotherham members of "lack of visible policing and loss of local intelligence". Accompanied by Chief Constable Stephen Watson and Doncaster Commander,...

yesterday, 17:22 in Yorkshire & Humber

More love than hate? Marmite sales rocket after ‘Brexit’ row

Marmite sales reportedly rose by 61 per cent during the price rise row between Unilever and Tesco earlier this month. Panic-buyers grabbed an extra £350,000-worth of the love-or-hate spread in the week up to October 15, according to trade magazine The Gr

yesterday, 15:43 in Yorkshire & Humber

QUIZ: Cracking questions to test your Halowe'en and Bonfire Night law knowledge

South Yorkshire Police have set seasonal posers in a bid to beat anti-social behaviour surrounding topical events across the area. Officers' Dark Nights strategy spotlights what you can do to protect your family while reporting any autumnal issues. Full

yesterday, 15:08 in Yorkshire & Humber

Sheffield to host Tour de Yorkshire 2017

Sheffield has been announced as host city for the 2017 Tour de Yorkshire. Sheffield has been announced as host city for the 2017 Tour de Yorkshire. Racing for the third edition, which runs from April 28-30, could begin and end in Fox Valley, Sheffield, o

yesterday, 15:08 in Yorkshire & Humber

Man charged with alleged Sheffield burglary

City police have charged a 34-year-old man with burglary after a reported incident in Crookes area. Andrew Cross, of Addy Close, Upperthorpe, appeared before Sheffield Magistrates’ Court today (Tuesday October 25) charged with burglary. He has been reman

yesterday, 14:53 in Yorkshire & Humber

New post office puts Heron at the heart of South Yorkshire community

Dinnington Post Office has been officially re-opened at leading discount food retailer, Heron Foods. The store opening was marked by a special community ceremony with Councillor Jeanette Mallinder, cutting the ceremonial ribbon. Also in attendance was tr

yesterday, 14:53 in Yorkshire & Humber

The Star reveals mystery locations of new Sheffield street art

The streets of Sheffield are being turned into an open air art gallery this week as the city plays host to renowned artists who will share their work on huge murals. The line up includes five artists from Sheffield, five from elsewhere in the UK, and fiv

yesterday, 14:53 in Yorkshire & Humber

Biker relives horrifying moment he fell head-first on rocks and broke neck in Sheffield woods

A mountain biker who broke his neck in a horror accident has got back in the saddle to help raise money for the emergency medics who rescued him. Father-of-two Rob Hobson was riding in Wharncliffe Woods, near Sheffield, when he was thrown over the handle

yesterday, 12:58 in Yorkshire & Humber

VIDEO - Check out the world’s first airbag for cyclists

A Swedish firm has designed the world’s first airbag for cyclists. The Hövding airbag is designed to revolutionise head protection and videos of the invention online have attracted more than 150 million views as cyclists get excited about the inflatable

yesterday, 12:35 in Yorkshire & Humber

Resident claims Page Hall is still a ghetto - despite reports Sheffield suburb is on the up

A Page Hall resident has hit back at reports life in the area has improved - insisting the 'ghetto' is still a ticking time bomb of racial tensions. Last month The Star reported that life in Page Hall had improved in the three years since David Blunkett,

yesterday, 12:13 in Yorkshire & Humber

Sheffield leading the way in new technologies and cutting edge design

Sheffield is a city well-known for making and manufacture. But today it’s also home to a wealth of digital innovators leading the way in making which combines new technologies and cutting edge design. One such business celebrated in the current Made in S

yesterday, 12:04 in Yorkshire & Humber

Two arrested after South Yorkshire crash

South Yorkshire Police seek information about an accident near Barnsley last night (Monday October 24). At around 7.30pm it is reported a man and woman were walking along Barrowfield Road, Thurnscoe, where around 200 yards from a vehicle scrap yard it is

yesterday, 11:50 in Yorkshire & Humber

Give a child in need a loving new home

Caring Sheffield people are being urged to consider adopting a child in need of a loving family. Since March this year, 24 city children have been matched up with loving parents but Sheffield Council has said more are still in need of an adoptive family.

yesterday, 11:47 in Yorkshire & Humber

Bid to protect Derbyshire’s bumblebees

Members of the public are urged to support a campaign aimed at protecting bumblebees and wild pollinators in Derbyshire. The Bumblebee Conservation Trust has launched the Pollinating the Peak project. The scheme is shortlisted to win £25,000 in the Aviva

yesterday, 11:37 in Yorkshire & Humber

WARNING: Fireworks alert after South Yorkshire shed torched

South Yorkshire Fire and Rescue chiefs have renewed their public appeal to take care with fireworks after a shed was completely destroyed. A rocket from a family firework display ignited the building on Verelst Avenue, Aston, Rotherham, at around 8pm on

yesterday, 11:25 in Yorkshire & Humber

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