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Police were called out to deal with an incident close to Sheffield city centre this evening. A passerby said he saw part of Savile Street cordoned off and four police cars were in attendance at about 7.30pm. Calls have been put into South Yorkshire Polic
The South Yorkshire branch of the Islamic Society of Britain has condemned today's terror attack in London. The organisation's president Abdul Kadir said: "We are shocked and saddened by the incident at Westminster. "We condemn this attack...
London terror attack: South Yorkshire's police and crime commissioner pays tribute to killed officer
South Yorkshire's police and crime commissioner has paid tribute to the police officer killed in today's terror attack in London. Dr Alan Billings posted a statement on Twitter after an armed police officer was stabbed by an attacker while serving in the
Children and staff from a South Yorkshire school have been caught up in today's terror attack in London. A group of pupils from Herringthorpe Junior School in Rotherham had reportedly gone on a trip to Westminister today where a number of people were kil
A man armed with an air pistol has been arrested in Sheffield city centre. Armed police rushed to the scene at 3pm today and handcuffed a 20-year-old man who had an air pistol and a quantity of drugs concealed on his person. The Sheffield Central Local P
A vulnerable 15-year-old girl, who was taken into foster care following her mother's death, was pimped out to 50 men in three months by Sheffield sex gang leader Amanda Spencer. 26-year-old Spencer was convicted of four counts of arranging child prostitu
One woman has died and a number of others have suffered 'catastrophic injuries' in the London terror attack today, a doctor has said. The update after the terror incident near Parliament came from a junior doctor at nearby St Thomas' Hospital. Westminste
Law firm Irwin Mitchell and pupils from Chaucer School in Sheffield have organised a Mother’s Day tea dance for the elderly at Parsons Cross Community Development Forum. The dance takes place on Monday 27 March, the day after Mothering Sunday, and will s
Here is what we know so far about the terror attack in London today. Parliament is in lockdown after an attacker stabbed a police officer before being shot by armed police in Westminster. The knife attack and shooting came shortly after about a dozen peo
Managers from North Lindsey College went ‘back to the floor’ in celebration of National Apprenticeship Week. Four managers from the college went back to their roots at various business locations in Scunthorpe to work alongside existing apprentices in a ‘
Shocked South Yorkshire MPs have described a scene of chaos after a terror attack outside the Palace of Westminister. Witnesses described seeing a car crash into the perimeter fence on Westminster Bridge, hitting pedestrians, before the driver ran toward
Two people have reportedly been shot outside the Houses of Parliament this afternoon. Witnesses tweeted hearing 'a loud crash' and added that two people were shot after allegedly attacking police officers with a gun or knife. Rotherham MP Sarah Champion
A Brexit inspired piano concert will get it's world premiere with a free public performance in Yorkshire - but we are giving you an exclusive preview on Facebook Live. We want your Brexit views, via comments, during a special Question Time-style debate w
Andrew Gatecliff and his wife Leanne have bought out John Wolverson from the Limes Dental Practice in Epworth Doncaster, in a deal funded by the Royal Bank of Scotland. The Limes was opened 33 years ago by Dr Wolverson as an additional branch to his exis
A Sheffield apprentice was invited to 10 Downing Street for a special event to celebrate the value of on-the-job training. Kairon Flowers, who works for Sheffield-based Interserve Learning and Employment, joined nine other apprentices at the Prime Minist
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