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Make it a Happy New Year with some proper financial planning says expert

Make it a Happy New Year with some proper financial planning says expert

MAKE it a New Year Resolution to sort out your business finances and prepare yourself for a brighter 2018 says a top South Yorkshire advisor.

BATTERY RECYCLING CAMPAIGN LAUNCHED AS RESEARCH REVEALS THERE ARE 2.2 MILLION USED BATTERIES IN SHEFFIELD HOMES

BATTERY RECYCLING CAMPAIGN LAUNCHED AS RESEARCH REVEALS THERE ARE 2.2 MILLION USED BATTERIES IN SHEFFIELD HOMES

Households in Sheffield are being encouraged to recycle their old batteries in the run up to Christmas as research reveals there are an estimated 2.2 million used batteries in the region’s homes.

Varsity heads to the slopes for Snowsports

Varsity heads to the slopes for Snowsports

VARSITY is back…but you’ll have to travel to the Alps for the first stage of the annual student sporting challenge.

TRIB3 comes to Russia with launch of first Moscow club

TRIB3 comes to Russia with launch of first Moscow club

FITNESS phenomenon TRIB3 has launched its first boutique style gym in Moscow.

Yorkshire advisors save 245 jobs at Welsh commercial cleaning company

Yorkshire advisors save 245 jobs at Welsh commercial cleaning company

Yorkshire administrators have helped safeguard all 245 part time jobs at a Welsh commercial cleaning company after it was sold in a pre-pack deal to existing management.

Libertine advances to Vantage Park

Libertine advances to Vantage Park

Power systems technology firm Libertine FPE Limited is taking the first unit at the second phase of Sheffield's Vantage Park Industrial Estate in a deal brokered by Knight Frank.

Teacher Faye runs up a total of £1,000 for hospice care

Teacher Faye runs up a total of £1,000 for hospice care

PUPILS at Sheffield’s St Marie’s School have to be quick off the mark if they want to keep up with teacher Faye Draper.

Sheffield pub reopened by VIP guests

Sheffield pub reopened by VIP guests

The Sword Dancer in Sheffield threw its doors open this month, showcasing the pub’s brand-new look following a six-figure makeover.

Sheffield pub reopens following six figure investment

 Sheffield pub reopens following six figure investment

The Sherwood in Sheffield threw its doors open this month, showcasing the pub’s brand-new look following a six-figure makeover.

United stars bring Christmas cheer to hospice

United stars bring Christmas cheer to hospice

SHEFFIELD United stars took time out from training to enjoy a special Christmas celebration with patients and staff at St Luke’s Hospice.

Santa adds festive magic to Atkinsons breakfast event

Santa adds festive magic to Atkinsons breakfast event

BACON, sausage, eggs, beans…and a special helping of Santa Claus!

Dreaming of a Green Christmas with Emmaus Sheffield

Dreaming of a Green Christmas with Emmaus Sheffield

THE team at city homeless charity Emmaus Sheffield are dreaming of a Green Christmas as they bring an environmentally friendly approach to their seasons greeting.

Shiregreen residents invited to slow cook a recipe for success

Shiregreen residents invited to slow cook a recipe for success

Shiregreen residents looking to get healthy and find good value ways to cook in 2018 are invited to take part in a brand new slow cooker course.

Sheffield teachers reveal best and worst Christmas gifts

Sheffield teachers reveal best and worst Christmas gifts

Christmas-themed pasta, half of a Curly Wurly, a 6ft inflatable giraffe and a behaviour charter from a class, are just some of the more unusual gifts local teachers claim to have received from their pupils at Christmas.

Demorilo Management Putting UK Property Owners at Risk in Cyprus

Demorilo Management Putting UK Property Owners at Risk in Cyprus

UK property owners are being warned about a rogue Property Management agent, Maria Lazaridou, whose Larnaca-based company gives access to villas and apartments without the owners knowledge and which has even allowed casual 'tenant

It’s the nativity…but not as you know it!

It’s the nativity…but not as you know it!

IT may be the greatest story ever told…but that doesn’t mean you can’t find a new twist on an old favourite!

Gary Numan plays The Foundry this March

Gary Numan plays The Foundry this March

ELECTRO music pioneer Gary Numan has announced a major 2018 tour…with a date at the University of Sheffield’s Foundry on March 21!

Google Digital Bus returns to Crystal Peaks with more free training

Google Digital Bus returns to Crystal Peaks with more free training

THE Google Digital Bus is set to make three further visits to Crystal Peaks this Christmas with special lessons in free digital skills training.

Please give blood in Sheffield this December

Please give blood in Sheffield this December

People in Sheffield are being urged to give blood this December to ensure hospitals can continue to treat patients over the festive season. NHS Blood and Transplant is asking donors in the city to book an appointment to donate be

Vintage bike sale gives boost to Sheffield homeless charity

Vintage bike sale gives boost to Sheffield homeless charity

ON yer bike! One of the most popular items in the Emmaus Sheffield Second Hand Superstore is finally coming up for sale.

Wales Community Theatre Players become registered charity

Wales Community Theatre Players become registered charity

POPULAR South Yorkshire amateur theatre group Wales Community Theatre Players has become a registered charity.

Just a few seats left for Lesley’s Christmas Lost Chord celebration

Just a few seats left for Lesley’s Christmas Lost Chord celebration

THERE are just a few seats still available to see international opera star Lesley Garrett as she leads the Christmas celebrations for leading South Yorkshire dementia charity Lost Chord.

Students Stage Popular Musical For The Festive Season

Students Stage Popular Musical For The Festive Season

Sheffield College performing arts students are staging one of the most popular musicals of all time in the run up to the festive season.

Dan tackles an Irish challenge in support of St Luke’s

Dan tackles an Irish challenge in support of St Luke’s

KEEN walker Dan Payne took on one of his biggest challenges when he walked the length of the Irish border in memory of his dad…and in support of St Luke’s Hospice.

Festive boost for Origin hospice fundraisers

Festive boost for Origin hospice fundraisers

South Yorkshire based internet service provider and network operator Origin Broadband are getting in the festive spirit as they support St Luke’s Hospice.

Yorkshire Windows repairs the damage of burglary hit young people’s charity

Yorkshire Windows repairs the damage of burglary hit young people’s charity

LEADING South Yorkshire home improvement company Yorkshire Windows has stepped in to help a young people’s charity after it was targeted by burglars.

Krynkl offers opportunity for start up businesses

Krynkl offers opportunity for start up businesses

THE search is on for a second start up company to join the businesses at Sheffield’s acclaimed Krynkl development.

Give blood in Sheffield this November and December to keep stocks up for Christmas

Give blood in Sheffield this November and December to keep stocks up for Christmas

NHS Blood and Transplant is urging donors in the Sheffield area to make and keep appointments to give blood and ensure hospitals have the stocks they need to treat patients over the festive period.

Sheffield students Reclaim the Night with major anti violence campaign

Sheffield students Reclaim the Night with major anti violence campaign

THE University of Sheffield Students’ Union’s is adding its voice to an international campaign against gendered violence.

Waldeck cyclists double their money with £2,000 for hospice

Waldeck cyclists double their money with £2,000 for hospice

STAFF from Sheffield technologies and engineering consultancy, Waldeck have raised £2,000 for St Luke’s Hospice after completing a tough cycling challenge.

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