Jon Paul Gilhooley, 10 was the youngest of the 96 Liverpool fans to lose their life. Former Police Officer Phillip Woodward gave evidence in to Jon-Paul’s death and described the scene at Hillsborough as ‘like walking into hell’. The jury heard how the young cousin of Liverpool Captain Steven Gerrard, attended the match with his uncles.
Kerry Needham is appearing on Greek TV in a missing persons show to talk about her son Ben who went missing 24 years ago. Ben Needham was 21 months old when he went missing while he was playing outside his Grandparents farmhouse on the Greek Island of Kos.
Hundreds of people gathered outside the Town Hall today to mark International Workers Memorial Day. People get together throughout the world to remember those who have died either at work or as a result of illnesses they got from their jobs.
A pop up cafe on Union Street is selling coffee that is grown in Sheffields’ twin city Esteli in Nicaragua. The profits will be divided between projects in the two Cities.
Steve Davis and Dennis Taylor talked to Sheffield Live! about the famous black ball final and who they think are the people to look out for this year. They replayed the last shot of the famous black ball final of 1985 where Steve Davis missed the last pot allowing Taylor to walk away with the Championship. Davis potted the black ball 30 years on.
Sheffield celebrated World Autism Awareness Day by wearing blue and holding events to highlight the work that is being done to support people with Autism.
A demonstration to highlight the plight of people trying to migrate to the Europe was held in Sheffield after the UK Government took the decision not to take part in any search and rescue operations in the Mediterranean when ships are in distress.
An event showcasing women artists, enterprises and organisations was held at the Town Hall to celebrate International Women’s Day in Sheffield.
March is women’s history month. An event that celebrated that history was held in Sheffield which enabled visitors to met some of the women from our past and find out more about them.
Over a hundred people took part in a singing flash mob at the Railway station today on their way to the Time to Act march in London. The march is taking place to call on Politicians to act on climate change.