Sweaty Vamps put on a night of fun

“We’re just four sweaty boys who like to play music.”

Young and old are set to enjoy the Big Ride

Sheffield Space for Cycling Big Ride set for another success

The 2018 Big Ride on Saturday 28th April will see hundreds of people get on their bikes and take to the streets to call for Space for Cycling in Sheffield.

Steve Shergold with the couple's daughter Esmee

Mum and wife speaks out about the devastation of bowel cancer

April is Bowel Cancer Awareness Month; as the month draws to a close, Team Verrico’s Head of Social Media, Gina Shergold, shared her personal experience of the disease.

King & Miller

Sheffield pub sold to award-winning family brewery

Licensed and leisure property specialists Everard Cole is delighted announce the sale of the King & Miller in Deepcar, near Sheffield.

Homes proving popular with buyers

Doncaster development is so popular that even more houses are planned

Homes at Gleeson’s Hilton Park development in Askern are proving so popular with local buyers, that Doncaster MBC has approved plans submitted by the South Yorkshire based housebuilder to extend the development with a further 15 homes.

One of Barratt Developments new homes

New build homes can save Doncaster homeowners £629 per year on energy bills

February was named the ‘deep freeze’ month; with below average temperatures and snow blanketing much of the UK, households across the country felt the chill.

Campaigning councillor Paul McCartan outside North Lincolnshire Council offices urging council to fix potholes

Campaigning for urgent road repairs in North Lincolnshire

Campaigning councillor Paul McCartan is urging the local authority to clean up its act and repair potholes he says are “unsafe” and “blighting” the region’s roads.

Column: Amnesty now for Windrush children victims

Column: Amnesty now for Windrush children victims

I strongly condemn the civil rights abuses that commonwealth citizens who have lived in Britain for decades are currently being subject to by this Tory Government. The children of Windrush and others from the Commonwealth that arrived between 1948 and 1971 are currently being made destitute and stateless due to the Government’s hostile immigration policies, and this needs to stop.

Charlie Savage, 16, of Chestnut Court, Bentley, aims to clean up Doncaster

Doncaster teenager’s tidy campaign for Borneo funds

A teenager on a mission to clean up Doncaster has launched her bid to rid the town of plastic waste with support from a TV legend.


A ramblers walk to Walkington.

Having met by Skidby Mill (originally built in 1821, then extended to five stories in 1870, this windmill was powered by four sails, 11 metres in length, and in commercial use till 1966, but is now a museum) Doncaster Ramblers set off west on a foot path passing Gallows Hill, (where sheep rustlers were said to have been hung during the reign of Charles II, - luckily we have supermarkets).

The LaFontaines.

LaFontaines excited by Sheffield return

Scottish rockers The LaFontaines admit it is hard to pin down their sound.

Beautiful whippet Camelia

VIDEO: Whippet needs a forever home after cruelty

Beautiful Camelia ended up in the care of the Sheffield branch of the RSPCA after a cruelty investigation case.

Curtis with dad Stephen

Fundraising kidney patient to take on assault course challenge alongside donor dad

A new father who lost the function of both his kidneys only to have his life saved by his own donor dad, is taking on a military assault course to raise cash for Sheffield Hospitals Charity.

Ian Prowse.

Celebrate the Sport of Kings with Ian

Fans can expect fireworks when Ian Prowse and his Merseyside six-piece pop-rock band Amsterdam return to Sheffield.


Doncaster’s socially isolated group receive £8,000

B:Friend, the Doncaster based charity that reaches out to socially isolated members of the local community, has received over £8,000 in funding thanks to the Coalfields Community Investment Programme, delivered by the Coalfields Regeneration Trust, the only organisation dedicated to supporting former mining town and villages.

Tax the Heat.

Tempaerature rising for Tax the Heat’s new tour which kicks off in Sheffield

Blues-rockers Tax the Heat head out on on tour this week to celebrate the launch of their second album – and kick it all off in Sheffield.

Billy Bibby.

Billy Bibby sets sights on success ahead of Sheffield show

Billy Bibby and his band, the Wry Smiles, have recently undergone a line-up change – but everything is “starting to come together”.

Keith Duffy, left, and Brian McFadden are Boyzlife.

Boyzone and Westlife stars to unite in Sheffield

Boyzlife brings together members of two of the biggest boybands in history, Boyzone and Westlife, to perform a host of their biggest chart hits in Sheffield.

A fifth of English farms have disappeared in the past 10 years

COLUMNIST: Farming industry’s unstoppable sea of change

Many of you, I expect, will have caught sight of the more than slightly alarming report on the state of England’s smaller farms.


Walk Right Back and see tribute to The Everley Brothers

A tribute to The Everley brothers comes to The Baths Hall in Scunthorpe next week.

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