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Laing O’Rourke apprentice Callum wins T3 Training and Development first Apprentice of the Year award

Laing O’Rourke apprentice Callum wins T3 Training and Development first Apprentice of the Year award

STUDENT Callum Savage has celebrated his success as Apprentice of the Year with a special visit to the House of Commons.

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.

Demorilo Property Agency in Cyprus being Investigated

Demorilo Property Agency in Cyprus being Investigated

A Cyprus property agency is being investigated after an apartment owned by a UK family was occupied without their permission.

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.

Arriva Rail Could Be Wound Up Before Christmas

Arriva Rail Could Be Wound Up Before Christmas

The future of Arriva Rail is in doubt after one of their train companies, Northern Rail, failed to respond to a Court Order demanding they settle an award for damages.

World's First JCB Hydrogen Hybrid Cleans Up Down On The Farm

World's First JCB Hydrogen Hybrid Cleans Up Down On The Farm

With exhaust emissions being targeted by Government, one Farmer in Scotland has found a way to keep the air fresh on his farm!!

Bulgarian Cosmetics Company Launches in UK Despite Brexit

Bulgarian Cosmetics Company Launches in UK Despite Brexit

Bulgaria's leading cosmetics company has signed a deal to launch in the UK despite Brexit, it has been revealed.

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

Sex, drama, wartime intrigue. Lives Apart: A World War 2 Chronicle

Sex, drama, wartime intrigue. Lives Apart: A World War 2 Chronicle

A sizzling action packed, page turning drama set throughout World War 2. Inspired by a true story. 5 books under £5 !!! http://www.amazon.co.uk/Separation-Lives-Apart-World-Chronicle-ebook/dp/B00WXL7IHC/ref=asap_bc?ie=UTF8

T3 Training and Development celebrates a year of growth and success

T3 Training and Development celebrates a year of growth and success

SOUTH Yorkshire based national apprenticeship provider T3 Training & Development is celebrating its first anniversary…and some outstanding results!

Sex, drama and obsession. 5 books you can't put down.

Sex, drama and obsession. 5 books you can't put down.

Obsession - An exciting new five part saga set in Germany, Poland, England and Spain in the 1930s and 1940s. All 5 books now published and available for under £9! Inspired by the sinister rumours about the fate of thousands of

Sheffield Girls’ creativity secures shortlist in national awards

Sheffield Girls’ creativity secures shortlist in national awards

Sheffield High School for Girls’ creative ways in the classroom has secured a shortlisting in the prestigious national TES (Times Educational Supplement) Independent School Awards 2018.

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.

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.

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.

Atlantic Pumps announce new overseas office

Atlantic Pumps announce new overseas office

Sheffield-based dewatering solutions experts Atlantic Pumps are delighted to announce that they will be opening an overseas office in Ireland.

New partnership helps PK Education improve complete supply teacher experience

New partnership helps PK Education improve complete supply teacher experience

Putting performance ahead of profit, PK Education and Supply Clouds have teamed up to help revolutionise the way that schools access supply teachers.

Sheffield lawyers help charity’s southern superstore expansion

Sheffield lawyers help charity’s southern superstore expansion

Commercial property lawyers from Sheffield-based Wake Smith Solicitors have worked with a national charity to open two new fundraising stores – one being its biggest ever opened.

Wake Smith reinforces commitment to Sheffield amateur sport

Wake Smith reinforces commitment to Sheffield amateur sport

Sheffield-based solicitors Wake Smith has renewed its official shirt sponsorship of the men’s and ladies’ elite squads at the Sheffield University Bankers Hockey Club (SUBHC).

Vibrant Shiregreen community hub looking for volunteers

Vibrant Shiregreen community hub looking for volunteers

A much-loved community hub in Shiregreen is appealing for volunteers and showcasing its range of services to mark International Volunteer Day on 5 December.

Students get airtime with award winning writer Sally

Students get airtime with award winning writer Sally

Sixth formers from Sheffield High School for Girls recorded material with award winning comedian and writer Sally Cancello for the launch of a brand new national radio station.

Don’t let Brexit and business fears make it a Black Christmas!

Don’t let Brexit and business fears make it a Black Christmas!

FEARS over Brexit and months of continued financial uncertainty mean that for many businesses Christmas might not be so merry as in previous years.

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!

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.

Sheffield administrators save Lancashire mail firm

Sheffield administrators save Lancashire mail firm

Sheffield administrators have helped safeguard all 8 jobs at a Manchester mail delivery firm after it was sold in a pre-pack deal to existing management.

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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