This Typhoon Eurofighter produces a cloud at the Cleethorpes Airshow at the weekend
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A 21-year-old man is in hospital after being assaulted in a Sheffield sandwich shop. Police were called to the shop in Herries Road at around 1.10pm on Saturday July 26 after reports a man had been attacked by another man. The victim is believed to have been stabbed and was taken to hospital. The suspect fled the scene with two other men.
Leeds Grand Theatre has become the first venue to put on Shrek the Musical following its acclaimed West End run. The musical version of the film series, which is Directed by former Eastender Nigel Harman, has just launched its nationwide tour in Leeds, before heading around the country including Sheffield next year. Daniel Harris reports.
A 70-year-old Sheffield man is to stand trial in connection with historic sexual offences. Terrance O'Donnell, of Mawfa Walk in Gleadless is due at Sheffield Crown Court charged with attempted rape of a child, six counts of indecent assault against a child and gross indecency. The charges relate to allegations dating back to the 70s.
Organisers of this year's Tramlines Festival in Sheffield say it has been one of the most successful ever.
Thousands of festival goers took to the city's streets over the weekend to enjoy with a huge mix of performances, street theatre and music.
Tim Sayer from East Midlands Trains has been talking to Calendar about efforts being made to minimise disruption to commuters as rail workers strike in pay dispute.
The East Midlands train service is reassuring passengers that the majority of services will continue to run despite strike action.
Train maintenance staff in the Unite union have walked out from Sunday until Thursday.
The service has warned though that some trains may have fewer carriages and others will be replaced by buses.
- A full train service will run to/from Skegness, Boston, Sleaford, Grantham and Nottingham.
- The majority of train services will run as normal between Derby, Uttoxeter, Stoke on Trent and Crewe.
- Trains between Liverpool Lime Street, Manchester and Nottingham will run as normal.
Buses will replace trains on the following routes:
- Nottingham - Mansfield / Worksop
- Doncaster - Lincoln
- Nottingham - Newark North Gate - Cleethorpes via Lincoln
- Derby - Matlock
- Leicester - Lincoln
Engineering and maintenance staff working for East Midlands Trains will strike again today in a dispute over pay and conditions. It will affect services between Doncaster and Lincoln, Nottingham to Newark and Leicester to Lincoln. They will be replaced by buses.
Sheffield Wednesday says planned takeover of the club by Hafiz Mammadow has been delayed. It's apparently due to other business interests of Mr Mammadow. However, the club says it hopes it will soon be in a position to complete the regulatory requirements set by the Football League.
Milan Mandaric and Hafiz Mammadov met in London on Friday evening to discuss the takeover process and say they want to complete the sale as soon as possible.
– Milan Mandaric
I fully appreciate the frustration of our supporters, we all want to see a quick completion so we are in the best shape possible for the start of the new season. Despite the delay, I am still committed to fully supporting Stuart Gray in his preparations and this has been demonstrated by the permanent signings of Keiren Westwood and Sam Hutchinson along with the contract extensions agreed with Chris Kirkland, Glenn Loovens and Jose Semedo. I have been kept fully informed by Mr Mammadov’s advisors during the process and Friday’s meeting was very constructive. I continue to believe that he will be a wonderful custodian for this great club and I am very excited at his plans for the future.”
There are cancellations on some East Midlands Trains today as train maintenance staff who are members of Unite the union go on strike. The industrial action is set to last most of the week and is due to a row over pay.
The Tramlines festival continues today - with thousands expected to watch acts across Sheffield, from the Peace Gardens and Weston Park to the Folk Forest.
Although the festival has previously been free, some venues will be limited to ticket-holders only.
These are: Devonshire Green, Leadmill, Foundry/Fusion, Octagon, o2 Academy, Hope Works, The Harley, Queens Social Club, City Hall, Cathedral, Yellow Arch, The Night Kitchen, Millennium Galleries, Corporation and Fez.
Today's acts include The Cribs, The Spiils, Bloodsport and Awesome Tapes from Africa.