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Sheffield Retail Quarter is ‘UK’s biggest opportunity’

Sheffield is the largest under-developed city left in the UK – and the biggest opportunity, according to the company hired to develop the Retail Quarter.

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The 2017 NMSY Apprenticeship Awards judges, from left, Heather Smith, Zena Wardle, Frances Bishop, Charles Ricketts, David Higham, Steve Cressey

Apprenticeship Awards: First ever finalists announced

The finalists in the first NMSY Apprenticeship Awards have been announced.

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Konrad Kempka, pictured at JF. Kempka & Son Butchers, on Abbeydale Road, Sheffield

Butchers shop famous for its pork pies is to close after 60 years in Sheffield

A thriving family-run business which has carved out a reputation as one of the best butchers around is to close its doors after six decades.
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Doncaster Chamber of Commerce CEO Dan Fell

Doncaster’s fury at ‘business snub’

The Government has been criticised for its treatment of the business community in Doncaster.

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Junction 34 at Meadowhall which is to be improved to ease congestion

Bid to end misery on M1 in Sheffield

A £1.4m plan aims to tackle one of Sheffield’s biggest problems – congestion at Junctions 33 and 34 of the M1.

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South Yorkshire workplace chaplaincy and listening service launched

South Yorkshire workplace chaplaincy and listening service launched

A new chaplaincy and listening service for businesses across the South Yorkshire region has been launched by leading industrialists.

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Interior design and fit-out specialist relocates to Sheffield’s historic Victoria Quays

Award winning Sheffield commercial interior design and fit-out specialist Ovo Spaces is coming to Sheffield city centre with a major relocation to historic Victoria Quays.

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Volume of Sheffield office deals multiplies

Three times as many office deals were completed in the first quarter of the year than the previous quarter, according to The Sheffield Office Market Pulse, the latest research from national commercial property consultancy Lambert Smith Hampton (LSH).

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Yorkshire’s biggest makeover and photoshoot studio open in Sheffield

Yorkshire’s biggest makeover and photoshoot studio has opened its first base in South Yorkshire – bringing its third premises to the region as part of ambitious expansion plans.

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Vintage markets return to the antiques quarter in Sheffield

A vintage market is set to return to Sheffield’s Antique Quarter on Sunday, April 30, between 11am-5pm.

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Stunt pilot Lauren Richardson is set to wow youngsters at the event.

Stunt pilot thrills at South Yorkshire careers showcase

Stunt pilot Lauren Richardson has got GUTS.

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Janet Cooper

Queen honours law firm

A small Sheffield law firm has won a Queen’s Award for Enterprise after overseas sales grew 40 per cent a year.

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Mark Nichols, chief executive of Xeros,

BREAKTHROUGH: South Yorkshire firm makes ‘waterless’ laundry mainstream

A South Yorkshire company has unveiled equipment that can make almost any washing machine ‘waterless’ - opening the door to a revolution in laundry.

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Councillor Jackie Drayton, Cabinet Member for Children, Young People and Families at Sheffield City Council

Special needs travel charge ‘down to cuts’

Families of children with special educational needs will have to pay to get to Sheffield schools from September.

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city centre buses

Opinion: Teenagers deserve a fare deal on transport prices

How inconsistencies still remain around the status of young people when booking holidays, buying train tickets and travelling on buses - and why the situation needs to be tackled without delay.

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Sheffield Eagles v London: Pic by Simon Hall

Meaningful talks yet to start over new Sheffield Eagles stadium

Sheffield Eagles director Mark Aston has confirmed that dialogue has resumed with the council over plans for their return to the city, but progress remains minimal.

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Nigel Brewster

Northern Lights: Why city has more reasons to be cheerful than anywhere else in UK

These are undoubtedly some uncertain times for many of us residents of Sheffield and the wider region and, indeed, as business owners.

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