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Court round-up: Latest convictions at Sheffield, Doncaster and Chesterfield

The following were convicted at Doncaster, Chesterfield and Sheffield magistrates’ courts between Monday, November 21, and Thursday December 1. Sheffield All addresses are in Sheffield unless otherwise stated. Mazain Fawed Kaladi: 24, of Lucas Street, po

today, 09:02 in Yorkshire & Humber

SLIDESHOW: Bentley High Street Primary School prepares for Christmas

Staff and pupils at Bentley High Street Primary have been working very hard to dress their school ready for Christmas. A spokesman said: “The theme for this year has been ‘light’ and the displays around school look absolutely amazing.” Parents were invit

today, 07:13 in Yorkshire & Humber

#DISABILITYWORKS: Disabled staff can add drive to a motivated team

It took five years but Jonathan Mawer never gave up – his ambition was too strong. The #DisabilityWorks campaign aims to show the benefits of employing disabled talent, for tailored recruitment support:Click this link Or call 0114 2760039. The 23-year-ol

yesterday, 17:33 in Yorkshire & Humber

Sheffield announced as Tour de Yorkshire destination

The Tour de Yorkshire will come to Sheffield for the first time next year. The full route for next year’s event, due to take place between April 28 and 30, was revealed yesterday. Stage one will run between Bridlington and Scarborough, taking in Whitby,

yesterday, 16:09 in Yorkshire & Humber

Sheffield beats Leeds and Manchester in national heritage table

Sheffield has risen above Leeds and Manchester in a list of the cities with the best heritage assets in the country. It rose 23 places to third in the 'core cities' table of the Heritage Index, which ranks the areas that are best at using heritage to cre

yesterday, 15:05 in Yorkshire & Humber

Sheffield schools trust aims to tackle community problems

A trust that runs three Sheffield schools is reaching out to city neighbourhoods with the creation of a community hub. The Oasis Charitable Trust is starting the project in Darnall and Attercliffe, with the aim of bringing people together and helping to

yesterday, 12:52 in Yorkshire & Humber

Doncaster safe haven for Saturday night revellers who have had too much to drink

Saturday night revellers in Doncaster will soon be able to head to a safe haven in the town centre. The aim of the project is to offer drinkers and party-goers support when they hurt themselves or to keep them safe when they’ve had a little bit too much

yesterday, 12:19 in Yorkshire & Humber

Downpour results in fifth wettest November day ever in Sheffield

Sheffield experienced its coldest November in six years - and the month's fifth wettest day since records began. The weather station at Weston Park Museum recorded the lowest temperature since 2010, at minus 2.3C - although that was some way off the lowe

yesterday, 12:00 in Yorkshire & Humber

Brave Sheffield mum’s plea to help find cure in cancer battle

A mum-of-five from Sheffield battling terminal bone marrow cancer has backed a new drive to find a cure for the disease. Jaqui Copley, aged 56, from Ecclesall, was diagnosed two years ago with myeloma and has spoken of the ‘devastating’ impact on her fam

yesterday, 11:46 in Yorkshire & Humber

WATCH: Check out this amazing and groovy 1970s cinema advert for The Star

This incredible 1970s cinema advert for The Star has surfaced - and with its groovy soundtrack, serves up an amazing trip down memory lane. The eight and a half minute epic shows a host of familiar places and locations across Sheffield and follows the li

yesterday, 11:32 in Yorkshire & Humber

Good causes in Doncaster bag a share of £12.5m raised through selling carriers

Tesco customers have voted in their millions to help good causes in Doncaster bag a share of a £12.5m carrier bag charge fund. The supermarket teamed up with Groundwork to launch the second round of its Bags of Help funding initiative, which sees grants

yesterday, 11:21 in Yorkshire & Humber

THE WINNERS: Sheffield Business Awards

More than 700 people cheered the winners at the best awards in the business last night. A record number of entries turned the tension up to fever pitch ahead of the Sheffield Business Awards at Ponds Forge. The victors were announced at a gala ceremony b

yesterday, 11:21 in Yorkshire & Humber

New accommodation to help South Yorkshire people stay independent for longer

Rotherham Council is pleased to announce the formal opening of four adapted, self-contained apartments in Shaftesbury House that offer short term accommodation for up to six weeks to adults with health and/or care needs under the badge of the ‘short stay

yesterday, 10:23 in Yorkshire & Humber

Doncaster moguls placed on rich list

Three Doncaster businessmen with a combined wealth of £1.15billion have made it into Yorkshire’s Rich List Furniture tycoon Lord Kirkham, and construction entrepreneurs Terry Bramall and Irving Weaver are named among the county’s 50 richest people in a l

yesterday, 09:40 in Yorkshire & Humber

Business calls to plug skills gap

Business leaders have told why they believe Doncaster needs a technical college to bridge the gap between education and work. Education chiefs and local authorities have joined more than 70 local and regional business bosses to back the need for a Univer

Thursday, 17:59 in Yorkshire & Humber

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