A woman whose body was found in a Sheffield river has been named today by police.
27-year-old Idman Farah was found on Wednesday April 29, in the River Don, close to Warren Street in Attercliffe.
Detectives investigating her death are appealing for help to trace her last known movements. Extensive enquiries have been conducted to find out where she was in the days leading up to her death. She was last seen on Wednesay April 1, when she was seen by her family in the Firth Park area of Sheffield.
At this time, we are treating Idman's death as unexplained and we retain an open mind as to how her body came to be in the river.
There is clearly a gap in our timeline between the family's last sighting of Idman and the discovery of her body in April, so if anybody recognises Idman from the photo and is able to help piece together her movements please do get in touch.
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A campaign is underway to try and preserve the headgear and winding wheel at Hatfield Colliery in South Yorkshire.
The pit ceased production last week with the loss of over 300 jobs.
There will be a March on July 25 to the pit by those trying to save the headgear as a monument to almost 100 years of production.
Ultimately the decision will rest with the Coal Authority.
Thousands of schoolchildren across Yorkshire are being coached in Gaelic Football.
The sport originates in Ireland and has mostly been played in England by those who crossed the Irish Sea for work.
Now clubs across the country are trying to get children in their areas involved at an early age.
Ten years on from London being awarded the 2012 Olympics - developers are showing off new details of how Sheffield will build on the Games' legacy.
A new indoor arena and sports pitch are being built on the site of the old Don Valley Stadium along with a new research centre.
Developers say it will help elite athletes improve their skills.
Condolence books have been placed in Nottinghamshire County Council locations, so tributes can be left for John Stollery.
The 58-year-old social worker was killed in the Tunisia terror attack.
It is hard to summarise what kind of person John was, he was a dedicated social worker and was known to fight hard for the children and young people he supported.
"Many of his young people recognised how hard he worked for them and knew that they could rely and depend upon him at any time.
He was my social worker and the best one around. John made me realise that my dreams could become reality. For that, I am truly grateful.
John had worked at Nottinghamshire County Council for the past 33 years and for the last 16 years, was dedicated to working with children in care.
A man was taken to hospital to be treated for burns and smoke inhalation after a fire in a flat in Rotherham. Firefighters were called to the ground floor flat at Munsdale last night. Investigators are looking into the cause of the fire.
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Hundreds turned out to attend a special charity day held in honour of soldier Liam Riley from Sheffield, the 21 year old was killed in action and was described as 'a legend' by Prince Harry. The event was also kicked off by another well-known legend from the city as Sarah Clark reports.
The English Defence League has staged a march through Sheffield. Around 300 of its members waved flags and chanted anti-Islamic slogans. Police from 10 forces were there but there were no arrests. James Webster reports: