My Painful Choice

Dec 16, 2020

Libby Smith  After years of living with an immobilising disability I am given the chance to have a life-changing procedure but there is a cost, I could risk my life and now I’m left with an agonising decision. As told to Olivia Schofield. What do I choose? The thought...

Remote Working as a Measure Against COVID-19

Mar 12, 2020

More people would like to start working remotely after COVID-19 was characterized as a pandemic by the World Health Organisation. Employers are advising their staff to work from home if possible as this is one of the measures to prevent fuelling the outbreak, however,...

Sheffield leads way in monitoring air quality

Feb 28, 2019

An environmental campaigner is leading the way in monitoring pollution in Sheffield. Graham Turnbull, 51, a Telecommunications Consultant who lives in the city, has produced a device that allows for measuring of pollution levels in real-time. This is a device he’d...

Sheffield dementia project gains £50k for Animal therapy

May 9, 2018

Animal therapy for Dementia sufferers will be given a boost thanks to £50k cash injection at Heeley City Farm. The funding from the People's Project award, will be used to enable people with dementia and their families to visit the farm regularly. The manager of the...

£1,000 raised for St Luke’s Hospice

Apr 26, 2018

A local gym has raised over £1,000 for St Luke’s Hospice. PureGym, in City Centre South Sheffield, took part in a ‘spinathon’ for two hours to raise the money. St Luke’s Hospice care for around 1,700 people each year through their ‘In Patient Centre’ as well as...