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Get ready for the headline tomorrow " Tower Block Burns In London" three days after the event, up to date newspaper? I think not.

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Get ready for the headline tomorrow " Tower Block Burns In London" three days after the event, up to date newspaper? I think not.

...and "No Sheffielders hurt in fire"!

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This is now the most popular news headline in the Star. Everyday they use it. If this carries on much longer it will no longer be news - because it's becoming a permanent thing. They will have to wait for an opportunity to print, "A road is not cordoned off in Sheffield" perhaps?

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Does anyone buy the star. Saw online yesterday a report about the closure of a pub on west street. The pub closed over 3 weeks ago

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Several times I have seen "Breaking News" on the site when you click on it, it was days earlier.

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The website does lag behind.

 

The print version has improved a lot under Nancy fielder who has done a great job so far.

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The website does lag behind.

 

The print version has improved a lot under Nancy fielder who has done a great job so far.

 

I'd expect web site to be ahead of the printed version ,still a rubbish paper though

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I'd expect web site to be ahead of the printed version ,still a rubbish paper though

 

what dont you like about the current paper? when did you last read it?

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what dont you like about the current paper? when did you last read it?

 

Read it last sat and still think it's poor for money

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A Sheffield Star seller was sitting in his little box in the City Centre selling the papers, yelling, "Read all about it, 50 people lied to, 50 people lied to...

 

Curious, a man walked over, bought a paper, and checked the front page.

Finding nothing, the man said, "There's nothing in here about 50 people being lied to" ?

 

The Sheffield Star seller ignored him and went on, calling out, "Read all about it, 51 people lied to....

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