The Peace in the Park festival returned to Sheffield for 2017 with the message of reclaiming peace in the world and the power of community action. The arts and music festival is celebrating its fifteenth year since it launched in 2003 and is still run entirely by volunteers. Simon Thake reports for Sheffield Live!
IMAN FM has celebrated one year of its existence this October. The community radio which is based in Attercliffe, broadcast into many different languages including English, Urdu, Punjabi and Bangali. I spoke to Hafiz Anwar Zahidy, to find out more about the radio station since it started in 2014.
Election day is here and Sheffield Live!TV is going to be doing its first every outdoor broadcast live from the count. Sheffield Live! 93.2 FM has been bringing you live coverage since 2007 and tonight it is going to joined by SLTV. Join us from Midnight tonight on Freeview Channel 8, Virgin 159, 93.2 FM and sheffieldlive.org
Ian Walker is standing for the Conservative Party as the Prospective Candidate for Hallam.
Frances O’ Grady, General Secretary of the TUC said that Forgemasters is a classic case of a company that the Government should be backing because it provides decent jobs, greener economy and export opportunities.
An exhibition which is instantly printing out selfies put up on Instagram means that you could be part of the piece without you knowing about it. The Artist is exploring how we publicly display our photographs showing some of our most intimate moments.
Dogs are being trained to support people who have disabilities by helping out with day to day actives. They can also warn someone if they are about to have an epileptic fit so that they can move to a safe place before the fit starts.
Sheffield City Council is targeting high risk roads in order to reduce the number of deaths and injuries. The national scheme is aimed at reducing accidents on rural roads in particular.
Sheffield North Active is going to be a new baths opening in 2016. The facility will offer a swimming pool and gym to people in the North of the City and encourage local people to have a more active life style. The current Chapletown Baths will be closed down.
Members of the Kurdish community took to the streets of Sheffield to condemn the assault by Islamic State forces on the City of Kobani in Northern Syria and to call for international action.