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Shed Seven: First album in 16 years charts at number 8

Shed Seven release ‘Nothing to Live Down’ which premiered on Chris Moyles’s Radio X Breakfast Show.
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Gary Barlow

BREAKING: Gary Barlow brings his tour to Yorkshire open air venue

Gary Barlow is bringing his solo UK tour to Scarborough Open Air Theatre on Friday June 22, 2018.
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Plea to “better off” Sheffield pensioners to donate fuel payments

Sheffield’s leading older person’s charity is asking better off pensioners to donate fuel payments to those most in need, in a desperate bid to prevent up to 250 people dying prematurely from the cold in the city this winter.

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Sheffield pupils comes face to feather with night owls

The children of High Hazels Academy came face to feather with owls and other birds of prey last week when SMJ Falconry paid a visit to the Sheffield school.

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COLUMNIST: Diabetes costs the NHS £1.5m an hour!

Over four million UK people have diabetes and many more are yet to be diagnosed as they are not aware they have the disease.

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Launch of service for Doncaster families affected by alcohol or drug abuse

Former Public Health Minister, Caroline Flint was on hand this week to launch the Families MOT – a new service for families affected by alcohol or drug misuse.

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A marathon effort in aid of Team Verrico

A marathon effort in aid of Team Verrico

Team Verrico founder Paul Verrico took on his biggest challenge to date to raise nearly £7,000 for the charity which he set up following the tragic death of his wife, Anna, 4 years ago.

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Tim Thurman

Isle man taking 1,000 mile cycle challenge for dementia

An Isle man who took up cycling as therapy to help with his mental health is using his new found hobby to help raise money for dementia research.

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NORTHERN LIGHTS: How can we make the air cleaner in Sheffield?

As I write this column, the city is being visited by Horasis which styles itself as a global conference about China.

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COLUMNIST: Gardens, plants and green landscapes are good for you

COLUMNIST: Gardens, plants and green landscapes are good for you

Gardens, plants and green landscapes are good for you.

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Dr Kate Lovett Dean of the Royal College of  Psychiatrists

COLUMNIST: Sometimes our mental health becomes so impaired we need psychiatric help

We all have mental health. Just as many of us strive to get five a day or make it to 10,000 steps, it’s important that we’re conscious of trying to maintain and improve our mental health day. 

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Best decorated Tour of Britain bikes announced

One hundred and twenty professional cyclists raced around our area on 5 September when North Lincolnshire hosted an entire stage of this year’s OVO Energy Tour of Britain.

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World renowned scientist inspires Doncaster and Isle pupils

Hill House School in Auckley was honoured to welcome Professor Lord Robert Winston to conduct a lecture on Tuesday evening, part of the new high-level speaker programme, named in his honour.

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Help needed to find out who killed John Coe

Can you help discover who killed John Coe?

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More and more people are relying on foodbanks

VIDEO: Bring some festive cheer with Christmas foodbank appeal

Central England Co-operative is urging customers and members to help bring a little festive cheer to those in need by supporting its Christmas Foodbank Appeal.

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Craft group’s ‘bonding hearts’ helping to support mums and babies at Sheffield care unit

Hundreds of fabric hearts which help build bonds between new mums and their premature babies have been generously donated to Sheffield Hospitals Charity by a kind-hearted city craft group.

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A new scholarship is helping hundreds of Brits find career opportunities around the world

Few people realsze that speaking English as your first language is already a huge advantage. Even if you have never considered becoming a full time English teacher, many people around the world will pay you just for being their conversation partner.
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Council beats target for determining planning applications by 41%

North Lincolnshire Council has determined 91 per cent of planning applications submitted between April and September 2017 within the set timescale – 41 per cent ahead of target.

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Dine and dance event aimed at tackling social isolation

Over 120 Ongo Homes tenants, including many from the Isle, attended the annual dine and dance which took place earlier this month.

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Appeal for firearms, knives and offensive weapons to be handed in

Police forces are appealing for people to hand in unwanted guns with a national two week surrender of firearms and ammunition, which started yesterday.

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