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Many parents in the North believe their child is ‘too smart’ to become an apprentice, says study

MANY parents in the North of England have an outdated view of apprenticeships, according to a survey.

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Council’s Chengdu business centre plan

Entrepreneurs will be able to develop their ambitions in the Far East when a Sheffield trade and business incubator is set up in the Chinese city of Chengdu.

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Nuclear site wins £2.5m funding

The Nuclear AMRC has received almost £2.5m for two new research projects to address challenges in nuclear manufacturing.

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Electrician wins huge hotel deals

Electrical contractor Mech FS has secured two multi-million pound hotel deals with two of the industry’s biggest names.

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Action from the Cliffhanger festival in Sheffield city centre

Sheffield awarded £500,000 to attract more outdoor sports fans from Europe

Sheffield has secured £500,000 to help attract more young thrill-seekers from Europe.

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Fracking protest, Bramleymoor Lane at Marsh Lane

Public inquiry to determine key Derbyshire fracking application

A public inquiry will rule on a planning application to explore shale gas reserves on a site in north east Derbyshire, it has been revealed.

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Facebook is said to be leaving users "vacant and empty".

Former Facebook exec says platform is 'ripping apart' society

Facebook says it is a different company to the one described by a former executive as ripping apart society.

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John Cridland ,John Mothersole, Dr Louise Brooke-Smith, Daniel Atzari and CMS Partner Martin McKervey at the Infrastructure Index 2017 launch at CMS in Sheffield. Picture Scott Merrylees.

Only elected mayors have ‘oomph’ to get cash for Transport for the North

A partnership of ‘metro mayors’ is critical to obtaining transport funding from government, the head of Transport for the North told an infrastructure event in Sheffield.

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Kevin Hollinrake MP for Thirsk and Malton Picture: Anna Gowthorpe

Small firms need tribunal to protect them from big banks, say MPs

A GROUP of MPs is calling on the Government to create a powerful tribunal to protect small firms that have been mistreated by the banks.

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Sheffield Chamber president John Hayward.

DEVOLUTION: ‘The danger is that we lose everything’ warns new Sheffield Chamber president

The new president of Sheffield Chamber has warned South Yorkshire risks losing it all and becoming an irrelevance if it fails to agree its devolution deal.

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Sir Keith Burnett.

Sir Keith Burnett: The pace of change in Sheffield City Region is too slow

Sir Keith Burnett, vice chancellor of Sheffield University, explains why he believes Sheffield should take the chance to work with China.

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Sir Steve Houghton

Misinformation row over South Yorkshire devolution poll

Barnsley and Doncaster councils have been accused of sending ‘misinformation’ about devolution to residents.

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Dean Turner UK economist at UBS Wealth Management

Brexit breakthrough should partially lift cloud of uncertainty, says economist

THERESA May’s breakthrough in the Brexit negotiations should partially lift a cloud of uncertainty hanging over the UK, according to a leading economist.

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Phil Meekin

Father Christmas and the Windfall Profit

If young children are a part of your family or working life, then you will realise that we are well into the silly season.

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Passengers are experiencing delays on the yellow and blue routes this evening

Weather and traffic causing delays on Sheffield tram routes

'Weather, traffic and passenger delays' are causing delays on two of Sheffield's tram routes this evening.

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One lane is currently closed on a South Yorkshire stretch of motorway, to allow for emergency work to be carried out to repair a carriageway defect.

Lane closed on South Yorkshire stretch of motorway due to carriageway defect

One lane is currently closed on a South Yorkshire stretch of motorway, to allow for emergency work to be carried out to repair a carriageway defect.

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Hanover tower block on Exeter Drive, Broomhall

Installation of sprinklers in Sheffield's 24 tower blocks could take up to two years

Installing sprinklers in all of Sheffield's tower blocks could take up to two years and will only begin once the Grenfell Tower interim report has been published, the council confirmed.

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Passengers using a number of routes across South Yorkshire are facing disruption after rail workers began a 48-hour strike in a dispute over rosters and Sunday working.

South Yorkshire passengers facing disruption as rail staff begin 48-hour strike

Passengers using a number of routes across South Yorkshire are facing disruption after rail workers began a 48-hour strike in a dispute over rosters and Sunday working.

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Kim Streets

'I'm keen we get it right': Sheffield museums boss says library and gallery building could become 'vital and vibrant cultural destination'

Turning Sheffield's Central Library and Graves Gallery building into a landmark arts centre rather than a five-star hotel could create a 'vital and vibrant cultural destination', a city museums boss has said.

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Moor Markets Pop up Arts stall
Lizzie Maskery with her jewellery on the stall

City Buzz: Be charmed by Lizzie’s jewellery

Like magpies, Lizzie Maskery loves shiny things. She loves jewellery the most, and that is why she decided to set up her own business.

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