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Sheffielder plucked from choir for new TV show

Three years ago Gerard Thompson conquered his nerves about singing in front of others, to join a Sheffield choir.

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Kirton Lane level crossing.

Bus smashes into Doncaster level crossing

A bus has smashed into a Doncaster level crossing this afternoon.

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VIDEO: Evil spirits, possessions and black magic - welcome to the Sheffield mosque providing Islamic exorcisms

A woman writhes around in uncontrollable pain on the floor while screaming for an evil spirit to leave her soul.

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The 1927 copy of the Radio Times with the numbered grid which many believe inspired the phrase "back to square one."

On This Day: 1927 - Sheffield United feature in world's first live football commentary

Exactly 91 years ago today, Sheffield United secured a unique place in football history.

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There's no substitute for Henderson's Relish - and most certainly not Lea and Perrins.

Sheffield shopper's fury as Henderson's Relish substituted with Worcestershire sauce by Morrisons

A Sheffield shopper has blasted supermarket chain Morrisons - after it sent him a bottle of Worcestershire sauce instead of legendary Sheffield brew Henderson's Relish in his weekly shop.

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Doncaster beat Leeds at Wembley in 2008.

Fans' upset as Doncaster Rovers host event celebrating rivals Leeds United

Upset Doncaster Rovers fans have blasted an event at the club's Keepmoat Stadium - celebrating Yorkshire rivals Leeds United.
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Patrick Cryne

Barnsley: Club announce death of former owner Patrick Cryne

Former Barnsley FC owner Patrick Cryne has died at the age of 66, the club has announced.

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Freemasons award £2,534 to Bluebell Wood Children’s Hospice

The Freemasons have awarded Bluebell Wood Children’s Hospice a grant of £2,534.

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Time to talk about mental health in Doncaster

A Doncaster town centre shop is encouraging local people to take time to talk about mental health as part of Time to Talk day on February 1.

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Doncaster socialist campaigner Mary Jackson.

Leading Doncaster socialist campaigner and former mayoral candidate dies

A leading Doncaster socialist who stood to become the town's mayor has died at the age of 68 after a cancer battle.

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Norton Park Road, Sheffield. Picture: Google

More than 100 Sheffield homes hit by power cut

More than 100 homes have been hit by a power cut in part of Sheffield today.

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Sheffield music star Paul Jones.

Tributes following death of popular Sheffield music star

Tributes have been paid following the death of a well-known star of the Sheffield music scene.

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Could you give Chloe a new home?

Could you give big, beautiful Chloe a new home?

Big, beautiful and cheeky Alapaha Blue Blood Bulldog Chloe is looking for a new home.

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Yorkshire Pie House owner Andy Milner.

Doncaster pie restaurant in talks with potential new owners in bid to stay open

A Doncaster town centre pie restaurant which announced its closure earlier this month is in talks with potential new owners in a bid to stay open.

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A member of the EDL at Saturday's march in Doncaster.

No arrests as Doncaster EDL march passes off peacefully

Police have said no arrests were made as members of the far-right English Defence League and anti-fascist protesters clashed in Doncaster at the weekend.
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Georgina Mullis on the Dixon Road, Thompson Avenue

Major Doncaster housing projects could start by March

Work to restore a Doncaster estate finally looks set to start more than 10 years after it was demolished.

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Business.

Job vacancies and salaries on rise in Sheffield

Job vacancies and salaries are both on the rise in Sheffield, according to figures.

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The panel at our round table at The Dome on activities for youngsters

30 new youth clubs on the way for Doncaster and more to follow

Doncaster has got 30 new youth clubs on the way under a new scheme - and more to follow.

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Players after the match.

Sheffield United boss Chris Wilder speaks publicly for first time about sexist chants directed at female relatives

Sheffield United manager Chris Wilder has spoken for the first time about alleged sexist chants directed at his female relatives during the Steel City derby.

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The EDL protest in Hexthorpe in 2014.

Police call for peace as English Defence League set to descend on Doncaster for demo

Police have called for peaceful demonstrations as members of the English Defence League and anti-fascist protesters prepare to clash in Doncaster tomorrow.

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