A 70-year-old woman from Chesterfield is raising money for the hospital which saved her - by doing her second sky dive.
Nick Clegg has come under fire for taking a holiday as benefit reforms kick in leaving struggling households facing shrinking incomes.
Politicians and celebrities, including Melanie C, will join runners over finish line of 96 mile charity run between Hillsborough and Anfield
Manufacturing at an historic Sheffield industrial site is set to end after the owners of Oughtibridge Paper Mill announced its closure.
Over 160 jobs could go when the business owned by Swedish firm SCA shuts in 2015. Paper production at the mill dates back to Victorian times. Martin Fisher reports.
A Sheffield supermarket has been subjected to an elaborate fraud.
On 19 May, it is reported that the supermarket in Parson Cross, Sheffield, received a phone call from someone saying they were a cash in transit security guard, who would be arriving at the store shortly to collect the takings.
A man driving a blue Mercedes Vito van and wearing a blue uniform arrived. He gave identification and the store’s takings were allegedly put into the van.
Concerns were raised after a receipt was not handed over, who then rang the security company to be told that he was not one of their staff.
The blue Mercedes van was later found burnt out locally. A silver Mini Cooper was reported to be seen leaving the scene. However, it is believed that it was also found burnt out.
Both the blue van and silver Mini are reported to have been taken in recent two-in-one burglaries in the city recently.
Manufacturing at a historic Sheffield industrial site is set to end after the owners of Oughtibridge Paper Mill announced its closure.
Over 160 jobs could go when the business owned by Swedish firm SCA shuts in 2015. The company makes toilet rolls and paper hand towels for industrial use. They've said expansion of the Oughtibridge site is not economically viable and will move operations to other sites.
Paper production at the mill dates back to Victorian times.
Jayne Torvill, Christopher Dean and ITV have announced that Dancing on Ice will end next year and this will be followed by the last ever Dancing on Ice tour, starting in March 2014.
Torvill & Dean’s Dancing On Ice – The Final Tour will stop off at the Motorpoint Arena, Sheffield one last time from Tuesday 15th – Thursday 17th April 2014.
This will be the 7th time that the tour has been to the Motorpoint Arena and having previously performed in front of over 160,000 fans here in Sheffield, tickets are sure to be in high demand.
A former Sheffield University student who was told she might never talk or walk again wowed judges on Britain's Got Talent this weekend. Aliki Chrysochou got a standing ovation for her version of Evanescence's Wake Me Up Inside.
She was studying music when she was diagnosed with encephalitis - or inflammation of the brain. But she began singing, and eventually speaking again, before returning to her studies in South Yorkshire.
Engineering work will start on Sheffield's tram tracks next month as part of a thirty-two million pound project. Over the next five years, work will be done to replace worn out sections of the network with harder-wearing steel which should last for the next thirty years.
The first phase between the Spring Lane and Park Grange Croft tram stops is expected to last twelve weeks. Replacement bus services will be available in the meantime.
Olympic Gold medallist Jessica Ennis has married her long-term partner Andy Hill at St. Michael and All Angels Church in Hathersage, Derbyshire.
Around 100 guests are thought to have attended the hour-long wedding service before heading off to a reception at an undisclosed location.
Remploy has announced that it has plans to sell its Sheffield factory, with a preferred bidder already being considered. The site at Huddersfield is also to close on 8 August.
A protest is taking place in Sheffield today against the so-called "Bedroom Tax".
Tenants will join the protest outside the Town Hall at 11 am on Saturday where there will be Trade union and tenants speaking, along with the Sheffield Anti-Cuts Alliance.
– Michael Forster, financial analyst
We want to get it across to people in Sheffield in this situation that we are building a campaign to support people who cant pay and cant move and that they should not feel alone with the problem. We will defend and support any tenant faced with eviction. The best antidote to fear and anger is to join with neighbours and the thousands across the city who are in the same boat.
For more on the "Bedroom Tax" and how it could affect you click here.