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Armed police to patrol Sheffield food festival and Doncaster airport

Armed police will be at a number of locations across South Yorkshire, including the Sheffield Food Festival and Doncaster's Robin Hood airport, throughout the day.

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The resources, which also included five police vans and sniffer dogs,were sent to Nether Hall Road in Doncaster town centre at around 7pm last night, after concerned members of the public told them a suitcase had been abandoned outside San Remo restaurant.Picture: Google

BREAKING: Bomb squad called out to Doncaster restaurant over reports of abandoned suitcase

Police and a bomb disposal unit have been called out to a Doncaster street, after officers received reports of an abandoned suitcase being left outside a restaurant.

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Police release CCTV image in hunt for Sheffield flasher

Officers in Sheffield investigating two reports of a man who indecently exposed himself have released a CCTV image of a man they would like to speak to.
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Armed 'nuclear' officers were called out to Surrey Street in the city centre yesterday afternoon, after police received reports from a concerned member of the public. Picture: Google

Armed 'nuclear' police officers called out to Sheffield street

Armed officers from the Civil Nuclear Constabulary have been called out to a Sheffield street, after police received reports of man acting suspiciously from a concerned member of the public.
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Sir Cliff Richard

Sir Cliff to focus legal fight on BBC after winning 'substantial damages' from South Yorkshire Police

Sir Cliff Richard is to centre his attention on a High Court fight with the BBC after winning substantial damages from South Yorkshire Police, lawyers say.
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A programme seller who racially abused a police officer and grabbed his beard during a Sheffield football match has lost his job and been brought before the courts.

Sheffield programme seller sacked by club for racially abusing police officer at football match

A programme seller who racially abused a police officer and grabbed his beard during a Sheffield football match has lost his job and been brought before the courts.

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Hundreds of people gathered this afternoon to release bunches of balloons in memory of Sheffield hero Kelly Brewster, who died in the Manchester terror attack earlier this week.

'She'll always be a hero in everybody's hearts' - Hundreds gather to remember bomb blast victim Kelly Brewster

Hundreds of people gathered this afternoon to release bunches of balloons in memory of Sheffield hero Kelly Brewster, who died in the Manchester terror attack earlier this week.
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A Sheffield dad has been jailed after the 12-year-old girl that he met online, and subsequently attempted to groom, turned out to be an undercover police officer.

Sheffield dad jailed for attempting to groom 12-year-old girl who turned out to be undercover police officer

A Sheffield dad has been jailed after the 12-year-old girl that he met online, and subsequently attempted to groom, turned out to be an undercover police officer.

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A prolific burglar who broke into a Sheffield doctors' surgery in the dead of night has been spared jail.

Prolific burglar who broke into Sheffield doctors' surgery is spared jail

A prolific burglar who broke into a Sheffield doctors' surgery in the dead of night has been spared jail.

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Alexis Jay in York. Picture: James Hardisty

Alexis Jay calls for Yorkshire victims to help with 'once-in-a-lifetime' chance to expose nation's child abuse evils

The woman who brought the scale of the horrifying Rotherham scandal to light is now urging other child abuse victims in Yorkshire to come forward. Chris Burn reports.

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Three men have been charged with numerous sexual offences in Rotherham, as part of an ongoing investigation into child sexual exploitation carried out in the town between 1997-2013.

Three men charged with historical sex offences in Rotherham

Three men have been charged with numerous sexual offences in Rotherham, as part of an ongoing investigation into child sexual exploitation carried out in the town between 1997-2013.

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An 'aggressive' reveller who attacked a bouncer during a night out in Sheffield city centre has been ordered to complete 200 hours of unpaid work.

Aggressive yob headbutted bouncer during Sheffield night out

An 'aggressive' reveller who attacked a bouncer during a night out in Sheffield city centre has been ordered to complete 200 hours of unpaid work.

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Doncaster town centre beggar sent back to jail

A former burglar was sent back to prison after becoming the latest person to be caught in a crackdown on begging in Doncaster town centre.

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Salman Abedi.

Manchester terror attack: Further arrests made this morning

Two men were arrested this morning in connection with Monday's terror attack in Manchester as investigators probed a "network" linked to the suicide bomber.

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Police at the arena.

Manchester terror attack: Minute's silence to be held this morning to remember victims

The country will fall silent this morning to remember the 22 people killed in the Manchester terror attack.

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Facebook detectives help trace Sheffield boxing promoter's stolen car - WITH CCTV

A Sheffield boxing promoter has been reunited with his stolen BMW after his Facebook friends turned amateur detective and helped him to track it down.

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Nicola Rae

MISSING: Police search for woman in latter stages of pregnancy

Can you help police find missing woman Nicole Rae who was last seen yesterday evening?

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Grace Beech and her sister Eliza Phillips before the concert last night

Manchester Terror Attack: Sheffield mum saw 'bodies and blood everywhere' after being just metres away from bomb blast

A Sheffield mum who was just metres away from the bomb blast described the aftermath at Manchester Arena as like a 'horror movie'.
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MANCHESTER TERROR ATTACK: Public safety remains our top priority, say police

Following the tragic events that unfolded in Manchester yesterday, Humberside Police's Assistant Chief Constable Andy McDyer has issued the following statement.

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Swarms of emergency services at Manchesters MEN Arena and Piccadilly Station. Picture SWNS

Manchester Terror Attack: Exam boards say schools can decide if A-levels and GCSEs can go ahead

Exam boards are telling schools that they can re-arrange GCSE and A-level exams in the wake of the terror attack in Manchester.
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