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Only DNA evidence linking man accused of murdering Sheffield dad found on moveable objects, court told

Only DNA evidence linking man accused of murdering Sheffield dad found on moveable objects, court told

A lack of DNA evidence linking a man accused of murdering a Sheffield dad in his home to the crime scene itself is significant, his defence barrister has claimed. Bradley Onfroy, aged 32, is accused of killing 21-year-old Jordan Hill by stabbing him...

Friday, 19:07 in Yorkshire & Humber
 
Funeral with tributes, laughter and songs celebrates legacy of a Woman of Steel

Funeral with tributes, laughter and songs celebrates legacy of a Woman of Steel

The lasting legacy and achievements of Ruby Gascoigne - one of Sheffield's famous Women of Steel who died aged 95 - were saluted at a funeral that was far from a solemn occasion. There were some tears but also plenty of laughter during this...

Friday, 16:35 in Yorkshire & Humber
 

Disabled Sheffield woman died after being fed yoghurt while sat in 'relaxation' chair, court told

A 30-year-old Sheffield woman with cerebral palsy died after a support worker at a day care centre fed her yoghurt while she was sat in a 'relaxation' chair a medic warned should not have been used for feeding, an inquest heard. Sheffield Coroners'...

Friday, 13:58 in Yorkshire & Humber
 
LISTED: Nearly 400 crimes reported to South Yorkshire Police daily - including rise in violent attacks

LISTED: Nearly 400 crimes reported to South Yorkshire Police daily - including rise in violent attacks

Nearly 400 crimes were reported to South Yorkshire Police every day in the last year - and there has been a sharp rise in violent attacks, stalking and robbery. Figures released by the Office of National Statistics revealed there had been 131, 045...

Friday, 13:50 in Yorkshire & Humber
 
Telegraph Voices: How should our city’s parks be preserved for future generations?

Telegraph Voices: How should our city’s parks be preserved for future generations?

‘Parks are the lifeblood of neighbourhoods and so crucial to mental and physical health’ Jeni Harvey, mum-of-two When you’re a parent of small children, you invariably find yourself spending a lot of time in parks. Not only do they provide safe places...

Friday, 12:52 in Yorkshire & Humber
 
VIDEO: We’re watching you - fly tippers risk being caught and fined up to £50,000

VIDEO: We’re watching you - fly tippers risk being caught and fined up to £50,000

Barnsley Council is warning fly tippers that they risk being caught on CCTV and prosecuted and fined up to £50,000 for disposing of waste and unwanted items illegally. As part of their #EverybodyThink campaign to tackle fly tipping, the council is...

Friday, 12:27 in Yorkshire & Humber
 
Telegraph View: Time to rethink park funding

Telegraph View: Time to rethink park funding

There is serious food for thought in the park figures we bring you today. The ‘city of two halves’ accusation is not one of my favourites. It is often used - but I haven’t heard it applied to parks before. It isn’t difficult to see that those who live...

Friday, 12:27 in Yorkshire & Humber
 
Spate of FIVE burglaries in 24 hours across Sheffield suburb

Spate of FIVE burglaries in 24 hours across Sheffield suburb

Burglars targeted five homes and vehicles in the space of 24 hours in a suburb of Sheffield. All of the incidents took place between 7am yesterday and 7am today in the south western part of the city. Burglars broke into a home in Neill Road, Hunters...

Friday, 11:37 in Yorkshire & Humber
 
Laptop stolen in Sheffield house burglary

Laptop stolen in Sheffield house burglary

Burglars stole a laptop after breaking into a Sheffield home. They gained entry through an open window in School Road, Crookes, sometime between 7am yesterday and 7am this morning. Elsewhere, thieves also broke into a vehicle in nearby Palm Street,...

Friday, 11:16 in Yorkshire & Humber
 
Made in Sheffield software firm helps the world find a job

Made in Sheffield software firm helps the world find a job

One million people apply for a job with Tesco every year - and all their details are held by a Sheffield company. They are among a staggering 35 million CVs stored by TribePad, which handles job applications for clients including Subway, Ford, KFC,...

Friday, 10:35 in Yorkshire & Humber
 
South Yorkshire trio in court over burglary and vehicle theft

South Yorkshire trio in court over burglary and vehicle theft

Two men and a woman are due in court today charged with a number of crimes, including burglary and stealing a vehicle. Martin Hoyland, aged 46, and Sara Layton, aged 37, both of Reynolds Close, Rotherham, and Barry Crosby, aged 38, of Flanderwell...

Friday, 10:01 in Yorkshire & Humber
 
Approval for affordable homes for single people and couples in Peak District

Approval for affordable homes for single people and couples in Peak District

The Peak District National Park Authority has approved plans for new affordable homes to be built in Winster. Four flats – each with two bedrooms – will be built on land off Florence Gladwin Close and managed by Peak District Rural Housing...

Friday, 10:01 in Yorkshire & Humber
 
Motorists warned of long delays as concrete block causes havoc on Yorkshire motorway

Motorists warned of long delays as concrete block causes havoc on Yorkshire motorway

The Highways Agency has closed off one lane of the A1 this morning after a large concrete block caused major chaos. Keep up to date with the latest news here...

Friday, 09:05 in Yorkshire & Humber
 
EXCLUSIVE: Senior South Yorkshire Police officer cleared over HIV test comments

EXCLUSIVE: Senior South Yorkshire Police officer cleared over HIV test comments

A senior police officer has been cleared of any wrongdoing over comments she made about colleagues undergoing HIV tests. The controversy centered on comments made by Zuleika Payne, chair of the South Yorkshire branch of the Police Federation, during...

Friday, 08:50 in Yorkshire & Humber
 
Police reviewing CCTV after Doncaster pub theft

Police reviewing CCTV after Doncaster pub theft

Police are reviewing CCTV at a Doncaster pub after sneaky pool players pocketed money from a table during a game. The two men played their game of pool at The Holly Bush in Edenthorpe - while sneakily bashing the side of the table that contained cash...

Friday, 08:04 in Yorkshire & Humber
 


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