The number of local mums and dads being landed with fines for taking their children out of school, has shot up. Since the new rules came into effect last September, the amount of £60 penalties being issued to families has increased massively.
Around 50 houses evacuated
Residents in Penistone have returned home today, after more than a hundred properties were evacuated on Wednesday afternoon. It follows the discovery of a large number of shells and bullets at a house in Sheffield Road.
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