More love than hate? Marmite sales rocket after ‘Brexit’ row

Marmite sales reportedly rose by 61 per cent during the price rise row between Unilever and Tesco earlier this month.


New post office puts Heron at the heart of South Yorkshire community

Dinnington Post Office has been officially re-opened at leading discount food retailer, Heron Foods.

WH Smith on Fargate is currently covered by scaffolding.

Scaffolding extended as closure of WH Smith store in Sheffield continues

Scaffolding has been extended around WH Smith's closed Sheffield city centre store on Fargate - with no details about when the shop will reopen.

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Sheffield leading the way in new technologies and cutting edge design

Sheffield is a city well-known for making and manufacture. But today it’s also home to a wealth of digital innovators leading the way in making which combines new technologies and cutting edge design.

Market Place, Doncaster. Picture: Marie Caley NDFP Doncaster MC 3

Civic leaders hit back as Doncaster is named one of least prosperous places in UK

Doncaster is one of the least prosperous places in the United Kingdom, according to a new report.

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Andy Dodd of PHD, Tony Crane, managing director of Barber, Paul Betts and Wayne Thomas of EV, and James Dow of PHD

Tattoo supplier inks £16m investor sale

The ink has dried on a deal to sell a business founded more than a century ago by Britain’s first celebrity tattooist.

Richard Caborn, Barry Warne of hlw Keeble Hawson, Sir David Richards, Giles Searby of hlw Keeble Hawson and Emanuel Medeiros.

Caborn calls for sports regulation

Richard Caborn, ex-sports minister and Sheffield MP, called for sport to operate under the same regulations as business at a high-profile debate chaired by Sir David Richards – a former chairman of the Premier League and an FA board member.

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Sheffield call centre set to create 150 jobs

A Sheffield call centre is set to create 150 jobs in the next two years following a string of contract wins.

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Sheffield mayor urges city to get onboard with Supertram’s future

Sheffield’s Lord Mayor took to the city’s trams today to urge passengers, residents and businesses to have their say on the future of Supertram.

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Morrisons is launching in store pumpkin carving classes

Morrisons launches in-store pumpkin carving lessons for parents

It’s the time of year when pumpkins are transformed into something ghoulish for Halloween.
Max makes the grade to clinch CPP apprenticeship

Max makes the grade to clinch CPP apprenticeship

Firm CPP, advisors specialising in commercial property, has announced 18 year old Max Pickering from Whirlow has joined the firm as assistant surveyor, the company’s first apprentice appointment.

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Reimagined classic lamp is on sale through

Reimagined classic lamp is on sale through have been selected as one of the few companies to retail the re-release of the iconic Louis Poulson Panthella MINI table lamp.

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Approved Food is launching the #PerfectlyGood campaign

Approved Food cracks down on waste

A staggering 67.6 per cent of people in Sheffield who admit to throwing away food nearing or on its best-before-date do so for fear of getting ill, according to a survey carried out by leading online retailer Approved Food.

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The Botanist recently opened in Leopold Square

Botanist bar boosts coffers 
of kids’ hospital

The Botanist, Sheffield is to donate 25p of every child’s meal sold to the Sheffield Children’s Hospital.

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Beech Hill care home

Beech Hill care home

I just want to say a special thank you to all the staff at Beech Hill care home. My mother was in here last year on the stroke ward and the staff were the best.

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Sheffield Old Town Hall.

Plan to redevelop Sheffield Old Town Hall could soon be revealed by owners

The walls of Sheffield's Old Town Hall contain 200 years of history, from the building's days as a court to its time as the home of city democracy.

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Government must speed up plans for industrial strategy, says EEF

MANUFACTURERS are urging the Government to speed up its plans for a new industrial strategy, otherwise firms’ growth plans could “fall by the wayside”.

Overhead wire problemsbetween Doncaster and Retford mean that the line from Doncaster towards Retford is nowclosed.

Travel chaos on Doncaster trains to continue until 'end of service'

Extensive travel delays on Doncaster train services caused by overhead wire problems are now expected to continue until the 'end of service'.
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Auctions sales of £3.6m prove Sheffield property market is ‘in good health’

The sales of an old people’s home and a public toilet may not be the most obvious signs of a flourishing property market.

Theresa May at the Tory party conference.

UPDATED: Manufacturing is in ‘great peril’

BRITISH manufacturing is in great peril, according to a new report which will make gloomy reading for Prime Minister Theresa May.

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