A Staffordshire Bull Terrier was seized by police
Sophie Heawood was amazed when the Yorkshire comprehensive she attended in the 1990s made it on to Tatler's latest list of Britain’s best state schools. And it got her looking back
There are over twice as many people involved as last year and it's only getting busier
The Steel City provides students with many an opportunity to get Instagram-happy
The 18-year-old was last seen at the city's Corporation nightclub at about 2.30am on Sunday
Contractors are assessing 36,000 roadside trees to decide which must be felled for a £2bn road improvement scheme
So far there are UK events planned in Brighton, Leeds, London, Nottingham, Sheffield and Totnes and all have Facebook pages giving details
This lecture is far from the usual analysis
One person visited accident and emergency 234 times in a single year
The twenty-year-old also urinated on the Premier Inn floor and racially abused a staff member. He told the judge: “I really am truly ashamed of myself”
A DJ who murdered his girlfriend's "outgoing, chatty" three-year-old daughter when he was supposed to be looking after her was sentenced to life imprisonment with a minimum term of 20 years today.
Manchester, Glasgow and Liverpool to join list of company's 4G-enabled locations
Three of the last remaining Remploy factories are to close, threatening 160 disabled workers with redundancy, the company has announced.
Q. I'm currently perusing holidays suitable for a family of five in mid-September: two adults, twins aged two and an eight-month-old baby. We are looking to travel independently to somewhere quiet and picturesque. A nice little beach is most important to us with safe accommodation close by. We went to Scarborough and loved it, but there is no guarantee we will get good weather. We want a flight no more than two hours with a short transfer. Name withheld, Sheffield
The Students’ Green Fund is the largest amount of funding received by NUS to date and will be distributed between 25 student unions
There is a stunning performance at the heart of this theatrical adaptation of Alexander Masters' award-winning biography. Fraser Ayres plays Stuart Shorter, a chaotic, garrulous homeless man who has spent his life fighting - abuse, muscular dystrophy, drug addiction, poverty.