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By Jenny Cork

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  1. Sheffield sink hole: Investigations begin

    BBC Look North, Yorkshire

    Investigations have started into what caused a large sink hole to open up in a road in Sheffield. 

    The hole appeared yesterday in the Millhouses area of the city, on Hutcliffe Wood Road, near Archer Road. 

    Businesses in the area are open as usual. 

    More on BBC Look North on BBC1 at 13:30  

    Hutcliffe Wood Road area
  2. Watch: British Home Stores goes into administration

    Andy Kershaw

    BBC Radio Sheffield News

    One of Britain's staples of the High Street, BHS is to file for administration

    Here's my report from the store on Sheffield's The Moor:

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    Video caption: News of administration of BHS comes to the store on Sheffield's Moor
  3. Headlines: 'Majority verdict' to be accepted at Hillsborough inquest and Rotherham Didcot workers to be recovered in controlled explosion

    Mick Lunney

    BBC Local Live, Sheffield

    • The coroner at the new inquests into the Hillsborough disaster has told the jury this morning that he will accept a majority verdict on whether the 96 victims were unlawfully killed 
    • There's to be a controlled explosion at Didcot power station before the bodies of three missing men are removed. Two of the men are from Rotherham
    • Sheffield is to host another Sky Ride event in July. This will be the third time the streets of the city centre will be closed to traffic for the British Cycling event
  4. Hillsborough verdict expected tomorrow morning

    Jenny Cork

    BBC Sheffield news

    The forewoman of the jury at the Hillsborough inquests says at least seven of them have reached a conclusion on whether the 96 victims were unlawfully killed or not. 

    The conclusions will be formally returned tomorrow at 11:00. 

  5. Joe Root to return to Sheffield as cricket ambassador

    BBC Sport

    He's back!

    England cricketer Joe Root is returning to the place where it all started for him today. 

    The batsman will be at Sheffield Collegiate Cricket Club this morning as Root becomes the latest ambassador for the Yorkshire Cricket Foundation.

    Joe Root
  6. Planned controlled explosion at Didcot to recover bodies of South Yorkshire workers

    Jenny Cork

    BBC Sheffield news

    The owners of Didcot power station have confirmed the remaining part of the boiler house will be demolished as part of the effort to recover three missing workers buried under the rubble.  

    The families of those who are missing have been told that this is now the plan.

    Ken Cresswell, 57, and John Shaw, 61, both from Rotherham, and Christopher Huxtable, 34, from Swansea are still missing in the rubble.

    RWE Npower has insisted work to recover the bodies of the missing workmen at Didcot power station is continuing seven days a week.   

    Didcot power station
    Quote Message: We also understand that any potential work involving further explosive demolition on site causes distress for the families. Having explored other manual options, our experts have made it clear that the quickest and safest way to bring the building down is by controlled explosive demolition, using a methodology such that it ensures the remaining structure falls away from the current debris pile." from RWE Npower
    RWE Npower
  7. Sheffield sink hole: Excavations begin

    Phil Bodmer

    Journalist, BBC Look North

    Excavators have been brought in to examine what caused sink hole to open up on Huntcliffe Wood Road, Millhouses, Sheffield.

    Excavators at Sheffield sink hole
  8. Doncaster shoplifting: Do you know this person?

    Jenny Cork

    BBC Sheffield news

    CCTV of shoplifter

    This person is wanted for shoplifting in the Armthorpe area. Know who they are? Call 101. 

  9. Hillsborough Inquests: Majority decision explained

    Ben Schofield

    Hillsborough reporter, BBC Radio Merseyside

    The coroner at the Hillsborough Inquests has told the jury he will accept a majority decision on the question of whether the 96 who died in the disaster were unlawfully killed. 

    Images of the 96 victims of Hillsborough disaster

    Sir John Goldring said he would accept a decision in which at least seven agree and no more than two of the jury disagree.

    The jury has been deliberating for nine full days since retiring on 6 April

    The jurors are filling in a 14-section questionnaire, which asks if various factors contributed to the disaster on 15 April 1989. 

    They have reached unanimous conclusions for 13 of the questions but have not been able to decide on an answer to question six, which asks if the 96 were unlawfully killed.

  10. BHS: Staff updated on future of high street chain

    Andy Kershaw

    BBC Radio Sheffield News

    I'm at British Home Stores in Sheffield, where staff are being told officially that it's going into administration

    John Hannett, general secretary of the shopworkers' union Usdaw, says the apparent demise of BHS is "devastating" for staff.  

    BHS Sheffield
  11. BreakingHillsborough: Majority decision will be accepted

    Jenny Cork

    BBC Sheffield news

    The coroner at the Hillsborough inquests tells the jury he'll accept a majority decision on the question of whether the 96 victims were unlawfully killed. 

    The jury has now retired again. 

  12. Sheffield sink hole: Road to be closed for 'some time'

    Phil Bodmer

    Journalist, BBC Look North

    I'm at Hutcliffe Wood Road in Sheffield, where investigators have told me the road in Millhouses will be closed for some time as investigations continue.

    The sink hole is thought to be up to 6 metres deep.

    Sinkhole

    Contractors are on site and people living in the area have been telling me they suspect old mine workings could be to blame.  

    Hutcliffe Wood Road
  13. Headlines: Sheffield Shoppers react to BHS woes and contractors attempt to fix sink hole

    Everard Davy

    BBC Radio Sheffield News

    • Sheffield shoppers say they're shocked British Home Stores is going into administration. Representatives from BHS have told the BBC the company will be placed into administration today
    • Council contractors in Sheffield are trying to work out how to fix a huge hole that's opened up in Hutcliffe Wood Road
    • Sheffield based charity The Long Well Walk is challenging the public to drink only water for one week in their Help Hydrate challenge
  14. Skyride in Yorkshire this summer

    Clare Frisby

    BBC Look North, presenter

    Four Yorkshire cities are to host Sky Ride cycle events this summer. 

    Roads around Sheffield,  Bradford, Leeds and York city centres will be closed for several hours as people of all ages cycle on a traffic-free route. 

    Sheffield's will take place on Sunday 3rd July.

    Skyride
    Skyride

    Thousands of people take part in the British Cycling events, which also include music and entertainment  

  15. Watch: The beginning of the end for another High Street favourite?

    Andy Kershaw

    BBC Radio Sheffield News

    I'm at British Home Stores on the Moor in Sheffield, where another High Street retailer  is expected to bite the dust. 

    BHS will announce it's going into administration at 11:00 today. The move puts 11,000 jobs at risk across the country. 

    We'll have more coverage this morning on BBC Radio Sheffield

    BHS on the Moor

    So what's gone wrong with BHS? And would shoppers miss it? 

    This is what shoppers on one high street have had to say...

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    Video caption: Would high street shoppers miss BHS?
  16. Listen: The Great Big Donco at Le Tour in Doncaster

    Kevin Larkin

    Doncaster Reporter, BBC Radio Sheffield

    What has the head of a duck, the leg of a horse and the tail of a fox? 

    It's 15ft tall and it's called The Big Donco - a creature being built in honour of Doncaster which will go on display at the Tour de Yorkshire this weekend. 

    Artist Dan Jones from Right Up Our Street came up with the idea:

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    Video caption: Artist Dan Jones from Right Up Our Street
  17. Weather: A bit more like winter than spring

    BBC Weather

    Snow showers for some today. 

    Not all that bad for others with sunny spells:

    Weather graphic

    But feeling more like winter than spring:  

    Weather graphic
  18. Hutcliffe Wood Road hole: Traffic problems in the area

    Jenny Cork

    BBC Sheffield news

    The hole in the road is causing delays to traffic in the Abbeydale Road area of Sheffield this morning.

    Here's a round up of some of the issues:

    Hutcliffe Wood Road Closed
    Hutcliffe Wood Road
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  19. Watch: Hutcliffe Wood Road hole

    Kat Cowan

    Reporter, BBC Radio Sheffield

    I'm reporting from Hutcliffe Wood Road this morning, where a massive hole has closed the road to traffic.

    Contractors are here and assessing the problem.

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    Video caption: A hole 15ft vdeep has opened up on a road in Sheffield

    You've been leaving your comments on our Facebook page:

    Quote Message: Archer Road and Hutcliffe Wood Road are THE worst roads in Sheffield, easy!! Council need to pull their fingers out and instead of patching the things up every time a pothole appears, get it resurfaced, the road surface is horrendous on both of these roads!!" from Chloe Elizabeth Hill
    Chloe Elizabeth Hill
    Quote Message: Don't think the council have a sensible plan in repairing roads, I mean why redo Fraser Road and leave archer road out, a case of throwing darts at a map and seeing what road to do next based on where the dart lands." from Andrew Cupitt
    Andrew Cupitt
    Quote Message: You could see it starting to appear last Saturday and it's got worse and worse since then, the council should have paid attention then instead of just spraying a line round it and leaving it until it's collapsed. Will be a nightmare in the morning with Monday traffic." from Laura Andrews
    Laura Andrews
  20. Weather: A cloudy start, rain later

    Kay Crewdson

    Weather presenter, BBC Look North

    After a mostly dry, though rather cloudy start we should see some bright spells before cloud increases and a band of showers arrives from the north towards midday

    Feeling cold with a high of 11C.

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    Video caption: Kay Crewdson has the forecast for the region