Month: May 2019

Changes made after teen’s death

May 16, 2019

Changes are being made to mental health services in Sheffield after the death of a 15-year-old boy. Noah Lomax, of Crookes, was found dead due to multiple injuries to the head caused by a high fall. He was found by the police in Conisborough, Doncaster on 2 August...

Meet your Sheffield European election candidates

May 16, 2019

With the European elections looming, candidates from across the political spectrum are hoping to win over voters, with Brexit being the hottest topic. ShefNews has spoken to various candidates to provide an overview of what each party stands for. Liberal Democrats...

Uncovering Sheffield’s hidden rivers

May 16, 2019

A new trust is trying to recruit members of the public to help uncover previously hidden waterways that run through Sheffield's city centre. The Sheaf and Porter Rivers Trust was launched yesterday at the Showroom Cinema along with a screening of Lost Rivers, a...

Sheffield proposes a commercial plan to improve city centre

May 16, 2019

Sheffield city council has proposed a new scheme in hopes of creating a more vibrant and employment-friendly city. Heart of the City II has been built on the success of City I by introducing a greater amount of office and residential space to attract well paid jobs...

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