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'Low expectations' in county schools
The education of children across the Yorkshire and Humber region is dogged by "poverty of expectation and poverty of aspiration", an Ofsted chief says.
Tue Dec 10, 2013
UA2013 updated Nether Green Infant School on Stumperlowe Park Road in ...
Nether Green Infant School on Stumperlowe Park Road in Sheffield has signed up as one of the UK's first public collection points for the Tassimo Brigade to enable the people of Sheffield to recycle their Tassimo coffee machine T-DISCS and outer foil packaging, whilst raising funds for charities chosen by the school.
Spurgeon's General Warning: Christmas No. 1s
Welcome back to Part Two of my attempt to rank every U.K. Christmas No. 1 in order from worst to best.
Sun Dec 08, 2013
Natural risk seminar celebrates early career scientists
More than 20 early career scientists are in New Zealand this week to develop new perspectives across multiple disciplines on the ways people interpret and respond to environmental risk.
Fri Dec 06, 2013
Pledge to sort out problems on road
A 'historical anomaly' has been blamed for leaving a housing estate out of a scheme to improve Sheffield's roads.
Thu Dec 05, 2013
Lynnfield Christmas Ornaments Still Available
Some Lynnfield-themed Christmas ornaments found from a 2011 fundraiser campaign are still available for this year's holiday season.
Tue Dec 03, 2013
Live Tonight: Deck The Hall Ball, Anna Oxygen, Ed Kowalczyk
A product of the early-'00s experimental-pop boomlet in Olympia that also gave us Tracy and the Plastics, Mirah, Mt.
South Yorkshire firefighters tackle series of arson attacks
At 12.10am yesterday, a Transit van was set alight on Rivelin Valley Road, Rivelin, Sheffield - an hour after a Fiat was set alight on Gaunt Road, Gleadless Valley, Sheffield.
Sheffield charities win bank windfall
Thousands of pounds has been dished out to eight organisations in the city as part of a scheme which invited the British public to decide the good causes most worthy of cash grants.
Mon Dec 02, 2013
Sat Nov 30, 2013
Sheffield road is ready to reopen after emergency repairs
It is one of the busiest routes out of Sheffield - but the A57 Manchester Road has been closed for three weeks aftera landslide.
Thu Nov 28, 2013
Lamppost falls on pedestrians in Sheffield
A 29-year-old man and a 25-year-old woman suffered minor injuries after the streetlight in the Highfield area of the city fell on them on Tuesday night.
Objections to Sheffield hall of residence housing scheme
Nearly 60 residents have written to Sheffield Council over plans to build homes on the site of a former university halls of residence - with most objecting to the scheme.
Victory for Sheffield turbine campaign
Sheffield Council's planning committee has refused permission for two 35-and-a-half metre structures to be erected on farmland in the Ewden Valley near Deepcar.
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Singer covers Liverpool anthem as Hillsborough watchdog probes complaint
Irish singer-songwriter Sean Taylor has released a new single whose proceeds will go to the Hillsborough Justice Campaign.
Wed Nov 27, 2013
Five albums in and the Arctic Monkeys are having more fun than ever
The Arctic Monkeys have released their fifth album called AM. They'll hit the Vogue Theatre on Sunday and Monday.
Balloons soar into sky over Sheffield for HIV week
Sheffield Centre for HIV and Sexual Health pictured releasing balloons in Barkers Pool to mark HIV testing week.LtoR.
VIDEO: Sheffield M1 blaze driver's lucky escape
The driver of a car transporter which went up in flames on a South Yorkshire motorway has spoken of his lucky escape.
2,300 Christmas puddings please
Richard Dunk and Alan Barnett organisers of the Percy Pudding 10K race who travelled over 200 miles visiting shops to buy 2000 Christmas Puddings from various retail outlets after being let down by their wholesale supplier 26 November 2013 Image i 1 2 Paul David Drabble www.pauldaviddrabble.co.uk But Richard Dunk has just completed the seasonal ... (more)