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Huge student development up for approval at Sheffield Council

A huge student complex on a former car showroom site could be granted planning permission next week.

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The site in Manor.

Councillors to decide on new Sheffield housing state

The final stage of a Sheffield estate could soon be built if councillors vote in favour of a developer’s plans next week.

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KH Oriental will be the first business tenant of New Era Square.

New era beckons as 40-year-old Sheffield firm prepares for move to £65 million 'Chinatown'

A 40-year-old Sheffield business has revealed its new look as it prepares to be the first to move into the £65 million 'Chinatown' development.

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Bailey of Sheffield stainless steel bracelets have hit department stores

Bailey of Sheffield stainless steel bracelets now all the fashion in department stores

Bailey of Sheffield are celebrating today after a leading fashion company announced it would sell their crowdfunded stainless steel bracelets in department stores.

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Wood Lane crosses the old Tinsley marshalling yards and connects Europa Link in Sheffield with Brinsworth Road in Rotherham. Image: Google.

Restricted road upgrade could cut M1 jams in Sheffield

A little-known road between Sheffield and Rotherham could be upgraded to cut congestion on the M1.

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Lee Bhandal, left, and Greg Parkinson of Elevation Recruitment Group

SHEFFIELD BUSINESS AWARDS: Why we’re headline sponsor of Business Awards for eighth year

One company knows better than most what winning a Sheffield Business Award means to entrants and the region - Elevation Recruitment Group, which has been headline sponsor for eight years in a row.

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A busy Moor during the classic car show.

Firms look ahead to new additions after 'fantastic' few months on The Moor

New retailers and restaurants on The Moor say they have enjoyed a 'fantastic' few months since opening.

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Jones Bootmaker, on Pinstone Street, has closed

Sheffield city centre shoe shop closes after half a century

A shoe shop with 50 years of trading history in Sheffield has closed its doors for the last time.
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Hannah Duraid

Third Great Escape venue brings 20 jobs

A young ‘escape game’ entrepreneur is set to open her third venue, creating 20 jobs in Sheffield.

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Business bosses have called for a devolution resolution. Picture: Chris Etchells

150 bosses plead for devolution in Sheffield City Region

One hundred and fifty business leaders are pleading with council leaders to sign Sheffield City Region’s £900m devolution deal.

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Team captain Mike Tuck

Sheffield Sharks hand new opportunity to Mike Tuck

DBL Sheffield Sharks have extended the contract of team captain Mike Tuck back for the 2017/18 season - and given him extra responsibilities.
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VIDEO: Speedy SIV sales is just the ticket to boost Sheffield economy

A speedy new tickets sales system to help people buy easier and faster at SIV venues - including Sheffield Arena - was outlined today as part of major plans to increase business and boost the city's economy.
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In the 1970s the UK economy was nearly crippled by high rates of inflation

COLUMN: Why we can never ignore inflation

Price stability in an economy is healthy. It gives confidence to people and businesses to save and invest. The Bank of England is charged with the responsibility of maintaining price stability - in other words controlling inflation.
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Coun Olivia Blake, deputy leader of Sheffield City Council.

Digital boost as Sheffield City Council joins industry body as fee paying regional member

Sheffield City Council has joined industry body Sheffield Digital in a move that aims to boost the economy, skills, diversity and inclusion.

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Amec Foster Wheeler has offered to sell a number of assets

Amec offers to sell assets amid competition concerns over takeover

Amec Foster Wheeler has offered to sell off a number of assets as part of attempts to allay competition concerns over its proposed £2.2 billion takeover by Wood Group.

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Hartley Brook Road in Shiregreen

Buses rerouted due to yobs hurling stones in Sheffield

Yobs throwing stones at buses in Sheffield have led to two services being rerouted.
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Loraine Tonner

'Bold and adventurous' Sheffield mum's death caused by derailment of speeding train, rules coroner

A 'bold and adventurous' Sheffield mum lost her life when the narrow-gauge train she was travelling on in Northern India derailed as it was being driven more than 15km over the speed limit, a coroner has ruled.
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Hi-tech manufacturing at Doncasters Bramah in Halfway. Picture: Chris Etchells

MADE IN SHEFFIELD: 239-year-old manufacturer says ‘no second chances in aerospace’

“I’m comfortable when I’m on a plane because I know who made a number of parts in the engine.”

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Chesterfield Special Cylinders, Martin Nicholls test and inspection manager

MADE IN SHEFFIELD: High-pressure cylinder firm in good shape for global market

Rarely is it said in polite circles, but business is war.

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The Wilko store on Haymarket, in Sheffield city centre

Thousands of jobs under threat in major shake-up at Wilko

Thousands of jobs are under threat at discount chain Wilko.

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