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Man arrested after Sheffield city centre stabbing

A man has been arrested following a reported stabbing in Sheffield city centre this morning.

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Police at the scene.

Part of Sheffield city centre sealed off after reported stabbing

Part of Sheffield city centre has been cordoned off today after a reported stabbing.
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The Hillsborough disaster unfolds

No charges over allegations Hillsborough officer invented cigarette attack on horse by fans

No charges will be brought against a mounted police officer at the Hillsborough disaster accused of falsely claiming that Liverpool supporters had burnt his horse with cigarettes, the Crown Prosecution Service has said.

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Sheffield's tree-felling programme continues to cause controversy.

YP Letters: Last trees in polluted city centre are now facing the axe

From: Graham Wroe, Glencoe Road, Sheffield.

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RETURNING SOON: Zack Fitzgerald may be back for Tuesday's Challenge Cup quarter-final second leg against Dundee Stars. Picture: Dean Woolley.

Video: Fitzgerald targets return to ice for Sheffield Steelers in time to face Dundee Stars

SHEFFIELD STEELERS’ head coach Paul Thompson has pencilled in defenceman Zack Fitzgerald for a return to action next Tuesday.

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Sheffield Steelers' Jonathan Phillips and team-mate Davey Phillips battle hard for the puck at Dundee on Wednesday night. Picture: Derek Black/EIHL.

Highlights - Dundee Stars 2 Sheffield Steelers 7: Semi-final spot within Steelers’ grasp

SHEFFIELD STEELERS have one foot in the semi-finals of the Elite League’s Challenge Cup after continuing their domination of Dundee Stars.

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Sheffield Forgemasters wins multi-million pound contract in Gulf of Mexico

Sheffield Forgemasters has announced a multi-million pound contract with oil giant Shell to provide offshore castings for use in the Gulf of Mexico.

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Cries of 'shame' over felling of Sheffield memorial trees

MORE than 40 war memorial trees in Sheffield will be felled and replaced, after council chiefs voted not to spend an estimated £500,000 saving them.

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Business links with China are crucial to the region's future, argues Professor Sir Keith Burnett.

Sir Keith Burnett: Why Sheffield’s future is interwoven with China’s ambitions

IT was one of those moments when the past meets the future. I was standing in the Composites Centre of our university’s Advanced Manufacturing Research Centre looking at an astonishing piece of machinery.

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CENTRAL LIBRARY: Plans to turn it into a luxury hotel have been scrapped.

Sheffield Council spent £30,000 on China trips related to failed hotel project

Sheffield Council spent more than £30,000 on overseas trips to China connected to an investment deal with a construction firm whose plans to turn the city’s central library into a five-star hotel have collapsed, The Yorkshire Post can reveal.

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Maverick railway engineers from Yorkshire hoping to stop HS2 in its tracks

Two railway engineers from Yorkshire believe they have come up with an alternative to HS2 which could save £20bn. Chris Burn reports on their fight to convince the Government.

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Plans to turn Sheffield Central Library into a hotel were central to Sheffield Council's investment partnership with a Chinese construction firm but the idea has now been ruled out as not being commercially viable.

Sheffield Council spent £30,000 on trips to China connected to failed luxury hotel plan

Sheffield Council spent more than £30,000 on overseas trips to China connected to an investment deal with a construction firm whose plans to turn the city’s central library into a five-star hotel have collapsed, The Yorkshire Post can reveal.

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A Sheffield teenager has been jailed for preying on, and robbing, a man trying to make his way home from the city centre after his birthday night out.

Teen targeted and robbed man on his way home from birthday night out in Sheffield

A Sheffield teenager has been jailed for preying on, and robbing, a man trying to make his way home from the city centre after his birthday night out.

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Mohammed Awan will be sentenced for three terrorism offences next week

First picture of Sheffield dentistry student found guilty of terrorism offences

This is the Sheffield student who was this afternoon found guilty of three terrorism offences including engaging in the preparation of an act of terrorism.
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Joint managing directors, Mark Lythe and Debbie Harrison, celebrate a record-breaking year for the second-generation family business

Pricecheck reveals aim to double workforce by 2020

Sheffield wholesaler Pricecheck is on track to double its workforce to 200 staff in less than five years, thanks to the rapid international growth.

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A South Yorkshire man, who admitted to downloading thousands of images involving bestiality and child abuse involving kids as young as six, has been given a suspended prison sentence.

South Yorkshire man found with thousands of bestiality and child abuse images given suspended sentence

A South Yorkshire man, who admitted to possessing thousands of images involving bestiality and child abuse involving kids as young as six, has been given a suspended prison sentence.

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The bottle found at Sheffield Cathedral.

Mystery of 'asylum bottle' found inside Sheffield Cathedral roof

Church leaders have been left baffled by the discovery of a medicine bottle from an old asylum lodged inside the roof of Sheffield Cathedral.

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Recorder David Preston sentenced 19-year-old Mustafa Hussainto 27-months in prison during a hearing at Sheffield Crown Court yesterday for one count of causing serious injury by dangerous driving during a collision in Firth Park Road, Firth Park on March 24 this year.

Sheffield student fled scene after ploughing into pedestrians over fears he would be mistaken for a terrorist in wake of Westminster attack

A promising student has been jailed for causing multiple injuries to two Sheffield pedestrians that were struck by his speeding vehicle after he lost control on a speed bump and careered into the pavement.

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Sheffield's tree-felling policy continues to be opposed and criticised.

YP Letters: Stop this farce and save city’s trees

From: Rosemary Thompson, Colne, Lancashire.

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STOP THERE: Jonathan Phillips gets up close and personal with Belfast Giants' Kevin Raine in Sunday night's 3-2 defeat for the hosts at Sheffield Arena. Picture: Dean Woolley.

Belfast Giants proving too hot for Sheffield Steelers

FOR Cardiff Devils, read Belfast Giants.

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