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Spring-time Family Fun - As The Easter Adventure Returns For An Action Packed Holiday Season At Stockeld Park


Fresh air and Spring-time family fun awaits at Stockeld Park's Easter Adventure. Beautifully crafted GIANT hand painted eggs, gambling 'Live Lambs', hopping Bunnies, Little Bo Peep, and an…

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Sun 25th Jan, 2015 | 8:55pm

World's Green Vision shared with Leeds

Lessons from the world's greenest buildings - photo by Wonderlane
Lessons from the world's greenest buildings - photo by Wonderlane
Lessons learnt by architects having worked on the greenest building in the world were shared with property and construction professionals in Leeds and worldwide. The event was organised by Green…

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Mon 2nd Apr, 2012 | 5:19pm

Yorkshire MP ashamed of Britain's arms sales to Arab counties

Photo by Al Jazeera English
Photo by Al Jazeera English
Rotherham MP Denis MacShane has said that it is hypocritical for Britain to condemn Russia for selling arms to Syria while seeking to increase weapons sales to Arab countries where human rights…

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Tue 27th Mar, 2012 | 5:55pm

Brazil ambassador hails Sheffield's collaborative approach

l-r Prof Steve Haake, Brazilian Ambassador His Excellency Roberto Jaguaribe, VC Prof Philip Jones
l-r Prof Steve Haake, Brazilian Ambassador His Excellency Roberto Jaguaribe, VC Prof Philip Jones
The Brazilian ambassador has praised the work of Sheffield Hallam University's research centres, and commended the collaboration between Sheffield's businesses and researchers.

During a tour of…

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Tue 20th Mar, 2012 | 12:37pm

Lessons from Europe's Greenest City

Freiburg, Germany Photo by Jayjay P
Freiburg, Germany Photo by Jayjay P
A public lecture at Sheffield Hallam University will examine how Sheffield can learn lessons from Europe's 'greenest city'.

The free lecture will look at the record of Freiburg in Germany on…

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Mon 12th Mar, 2012 | 1:08pm

Cameron confirms troops' combat role in Afghanistan to end in 2014

Photo by The Prime Minister's Office
Photo by The Prime Minister's Office
Former soldier and Keighley and Ilkley MP Kris Hopkins has received an assurance from David Cameron that the involvement of British troops in combat operations in Afghanistan will cease by the end…

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Wed 7th Mar, 2012 | 4:42pm

UK gets the Hump

UK's Eurovision Engelbert Humperdinck
UK's Eurovision Engelbert Humperdinck
Engelbert Humperdinck will represent the UK at the Eurovision Song Contest 2012.

The 75-year-old crooner - whose last top 20 hit in the UK came in 1972 with 'Too Beautiful to Last' - has been…

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Fri 2nd Mar, 2012 | 7:54am

David Beckham backs famine appeal

David Beckham Goodwill Ambassador
David Beckham Goodwill Ambassador
David Beckham has voiced his support for a famine appeal in East Africa.

The 36-year-old soccer superstar - who has three sons, Brooklyn, 12, Romeo, nine, and six-year-old Cruz, and…

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Tue 21st Feb, 2012 | 10:43am

Prince Harry likely to be sent back to Afghanistan

Prince Harry completes Apache training
Prince Harry completes Apache training
Britain's Prince Harry has become a fully operational Apache Attack Helicopter Pilot.

The 27-year-old royal has successfully completed 18 months of intensive training and was awarded the prize for…

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Thu 9th Feb, 2012 | 9:16pm

Learning from human rights defenders


Human rights defenders from around the world will share their experiences and discuss the challenges they face in a series of public lectures at the University of York.

Organised by the…

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Tue 31st Jan, 2012 | 11:39am

Best mates?

Yang Guang. Photo credit David Fu
Yang Guang. Photo credit David Fu
Two pandas at Britain's Edinburgh Zoo have been put together in an attempt to get them to mate.

Female Tian Tian and male Yang Guang have been given just a 36-hour window to do the business and…

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Tue 3rd Apr, 2012 | 6:09pm

UK's ONLY DEDICATED TEENAGE REHAB UNIT OPENS IN LONDON

A new early intervention clinic for troubled teenagers has opened this week
in London, which aims to address the lack of specialist care available
specifically for young people in the UK. Since the…

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Fri 30th Mar, 2012 | 1:45pm

Marmite Panic


Residents of New Zealand are panic buying Marmite.

The craze, which has been dubbed Marmageddon, to purchase the food spread has grown after it was realised the country is running low on supplies…

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Thu 22nd Mar, 2012 | 10:49am

Malaysian students choose Yorkshire University

Photo by Vanessa Chettleburgh
Photo by Vanessa Chettleburgh
According to the latest UK higher education statistics, Sheffield Hallam is the most popular UK University for Malaysian students, with the University recruiting 1,209 students from Malaysia to…

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Thu 15th Mar, 2012 | 10:58pm

Independent Pilots Association releases film on Pilot Fatigue


In response to ongoing proposed European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) plans to change Flight Time Limitations (FTLs), the UK pilot union, the Independent Pilots Association (IPA) has this week…

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Sat 10th Mar, 2012 | 1:40pm

EUROPEAN SUCCESS FOR ARCHITECTURE GRADUATE

Jacob Szikoras
Jacob Szikoras
An architecture graduate from Sheffield has gained international recognition for his idea for a coconut growing facility in the city.

Jacob Szikora, who graduated last year in architecture and…

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Tue 6th Mar, 2012 | 4:49pm

Prince Charles to make Scandinavian trip

Prince Charles and Duchess Camilla
Prince Charles and Duchess Camilla
Prince Charles and Duchess Camilla are to visit Scandinavia.

The couple will pay a trip to Norway, Sweden and Denmark from March 20 to 27, to celebrate Queen Elizabeth's 60th year on the British…

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Tue 21st Feb, 2012 | 1:31pm

Police Chief Attack on Bahraini Opposition "Unacceptable"

Bahraini opposition protesters march on Riffa
Bahraini opposition protesters march on Riffa
Rotherham MP Denis MacShane, a former Foreign Office Minister, has today criticised remarks attacking the Bahraini pro-democracy opposition by former Scotland Yard chief, John Yates, who is now…

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Wed 15th Feb, 2012 | 5:03pm

ROTHERHAM MP WELCOMES BRAZIL'S DECISION NOT TO SUPPORT FALKLANDS BLOCKADE


The Foreign Office in London has said that Brazil is not supporting Argentina's efforts to persuade South American countries to join its blockade of shipping from the Falkland Islands.

In a…

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Wed 8th Feb, 2012 | 9:51am

Seeking benefits, avoiding conflicts

A new report on Uganda's emerging oil and gas industry says companies can improve their corporate social responsibility (CSR) to give fairer employment, compensation and land deals to communities.


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Mon 16th Jan, 2012 | 9:42am

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