Shef News on Air : All the news in our 1pm bulletin.

The laws on Legal Highs are set to change next month.

The Psychoactive Substances Act will make it illegal to sell, supply, import or export the substances.

We spoke to the University of Sheffield Student Welfare Officer, Gabi Binnie, who is critical of the law change in its approach to the issue.

Listen below.

Sheffield City Council are scouting for volunteers to help plant trees in the Burbage Valley as part of a restoration project.

A number of trees were removed in March 2015, and the project aims to restore the area back to luscious woodland.

The Sheffield Family Holiday Fund will be celebrating its 40th Birthday in May.

It sends families in need on well-deserved holidays. Below, former committee member Erica Jerimiah tells us why she thinks the fund has been so successful.

The Sheffield Arena have confirmed that 7000 tickets have already been sold for the Sheffield Steeler’s final home game of the season against the Nottingham Panthers.

Winning their remaining 2 matches would see the Steelers retain the Elite Ice Hockey League title, making them the team with the most league titles in the competition’s history.

And the Free University of Sheffield group caused controversy last week when they camped inside the Richard Roberts building.

Listen to our report here.

 

Come back at 4pm for our full programme.

 

 

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