Shef News On Air: News and sport at 4pm with Josh Shreeve and Sheena Sidhu

joshyRecent figures show that the number of students using university counselling services has increased significantly in the last three years.

It has been claimed the climb is linked to the rise in tuition fees.

Doc Fest 2016 is set to be the best yet, as big names have joined the line-up.

TV star Joanna Lumley and Oscar-winning documentary director Michael Moore will take part this June.

Tickets for the event go on sale to the general public from tomorrow.

A massive two hundred and twenty foot carousel has popped up in Sheffield City Centre.

The Star Flyer is Britain’s tallest carousel ride and will be on Fargate until the 5th of June.

Sheffield’s reputation as a fun and safe city for a night out has been cemented after receiving two awards in quick succession.

The city has been given Purple Flag status, which is bestowed on places with an excellent night life.

Dog owners have been warned about chews with suspicious blue pellets pushed inside them.

Yesterday evening it was reported that four of these chews were thrown into a garden at Hartley Brook Road in Shiregreen.

South Yorkshire Police believe the pellets could be poisonous.

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sheenaAnd in sport, A 2.5 million pound project has been approved by the council to build a new complex where the Don Valley Stadium used to be.

The Olympic Legacy Park will start to take shape this Autumn and is set to take up 35 acres of land.






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