Sheffield will remember the 96 fans who died in the Hillsborough disaster today, exactly thirty years after the disaster.
Ninety-six Liverpool fans died in the crush at Hillsborough during an FA Cup semi-final between Liverpool and Nottingham Forest in 1989.
The service will be held at the memorial outside the stadium.
A moment of silence will be observed at 3.06pm, the moment the FA Cup semi-final was stopped.
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A barge set sail from Leeds today on an historic journey across the Pennines.
The Kennet ,a restored working boat which is used as a floating museum , left Granary Wharf for the 127 mile journey along the length of the Leeds and Liverpool Canal.
The trip is to mark the 200th anniversary of the opening of England's longest canal.
This month marks 200 years since the completion of the Leeds Liverpool canal and to celebrate the occasion hundreds of events are planned along its route, a third of which - around 40 miles - is in Yorkshire.
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The coroner of the Hillsborough inquests will begin summing up today.
Lord Justice Goldring will summarsie the case to the jury after 260 days of evidence into the deaths of 96 Liverpool supporters at the 1989 FA Cup semi-final. The jury heard its last evidence earlier this month.
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Ecologists will be clearing pats of the waterway and analysing the fauna over the next few years
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Hull must alter their defence once again for Sunday's visit of Liverpool after Paul McShane tore a hamstring against Crystal Palace last weekend.
Fellow centre-half Curtis Davies took a knock to the shin in that match but is expected to start, with Alex Bruce likely to partner him in McShane's absence.
Midfielder Stephen Quinn (hamstring) and forward Sone Aluko (Achilles) are out but defender James Chester should be fit enough for the bench after two months on the sidelines.