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PTSG’s results are set to be in line with board’s expectations

Premier Technical Services Group PLC, (PTSG) the niche specialist services provider, today announced that its results for the year ended December 31 2017 are anticipated to be in line with the board’s expectations.

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A sign at a Carillion construction site in central London Photo: Yui Mok/PA Wire

Engineering firm Van Elle warns over potential Carillion hit

Engineering firm Van Elle has warned over a potential £1.6 million hit if it fails to claw back payments owed by collapsed construction giant Carillion.

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A worker wearing a hi-vis jacket at a Carillion construction site in central London  Photo:  Yui Mok/PA Wire

Carillion is watershed moment that should end ‘rip-off privatisation’ of public services, says Corbyn

Theresa May’s Cabinet was meeting on Tuesday as the fallout from the collapse of building giant Carillion continued to reverberate through the Government.

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Provident Financial is 'engaged in a dialogue' with the FCA

Provident Financial ‘in dialogue’ with FCA in bid to resolve regulatory investigations

PROVIDENT Financial today said it is “engaged in a dialogue” with the Financial Conduct Authority with a view to reaching a resolution of the regulatory investigations at Vanquis Bank and Moneybarn.

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The location of the new Boots store at Fox Valley in Stocksbridge (photo: Dransfield Properties)

New Boots store to complete line-up at Sheffield shopping centre

Sheffield's Fox Valley shopping centre has revealed Boots will open at its last vacant unit in March.

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Carillion and its subsidiaries have gone into liquidation after amassing huge debts (photo: Yui Mok/PA)

Carillion collapse: what to do if you are affected by firm's demise

A dedicated helpline has been set up to help workers, pensioners and sub-contractors affected by the collapse of Carillion, which employed hundreds of staff in Sheffield.

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Drivers heading from Sheffield city centre to Hillsborough have been warned to expect delays

Drivers warned of delays after crash at Sheffield roundabout

Drivers have been warned of possible delays in Sheffield this evening following a crash at a roundabout.

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The Carillion call centre in Sheffield

CARILLION: Axe for 20,000 workers likely and hundreds of suppliers set to go bust

Carillion’s 250 Sheffield call centre staff have been told they will be paid after the firm collapsed - but experts have warned all 20,000 UK workers will probably lose their jobs and hundreds of supply chain firms are set to go bust.

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Yorkshire workers await news as Carillion collapses into liquidation after crunch talks fail

Construction giant Carillion has said it has "no choice but to take steps to enter into compulsory liquidation with immediate effect" after talks failed to find another way to deal with the company's debts.

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PEEL Roleplay is helping to improve the performance of the NHS

Meet the actors who are helping to improve the health service’s bedside manner

A YORKSHIRE-based company is helping to make the NHS more efficient by using actors to improve doctors’ listening skills.

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File photo dated 7/10/2008 of a sign of the cnstruction giant Carillion which has said that it has "no choice but to take steps to enter into compulsory liquidation with immediate effect" after talks failed to find another way to deal with the company's debts.

South Yorkshire workers await news as Carillion collapses into liquidation after crunch talks fail

Construction giant Carillion has said it has "no choice but to take steps to enter into compulsory liquidation with immediate effect" after talks failed to find another way to deal with the company's debts.

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Pictured is Ali Worthy making her own jewellery in a hut at the bottom of her garden in,Sheffield......Pic Steve Ellis

City Buzz: Unique jewellery business is a dream come true for Ali

Inspired by the wondrous world of fairytales, including cute cottages and shooting stars, a mum-of-two has created her own jewellery range.

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Oliver Bryssau, CEO of Origin Broadband

Job losses at Doncaster internet company

Over a dozen people have lost their jobs at a Doncaster internet company, which says it has taken the decision in order to 'create a more agile and sustainable business for future growth'.

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Edward Highfield, director for city growth at Sheffield City Council.

Boeing and McLaren are "gamechangers" for the ongoing development of Sheffield

The arrival of aerospace giant Boeing and supercar manufacturer McLaren to the Advanced Manufacturing Park on the outskirts of Sheffield has led to developers lining up.

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From left: John Phillips, Mark Engelhardt and Mark Turner of SEAMS

French firm buys ‘digital disruptor’

A Sheffield software company has been snapped up by a multi-national French consultancy to bring ‘digital disruption’ into the utilities sector.

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A bus travelling through Stannington.

Appeal to problem parkers over bus route blocking in Sheffield

Problem parkers are causing widespread disruption to bus routes serving thousands of passengers across Sheffield - and this needs to stop.

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Will Clark and Julian Viggars of Mercia, Ken Cooper of BBB, Neil MacDonald of the LEP, and Howard Joseph and Craig Such of Azzure IT.

12 jobs on way after £2m investment in Sheffield IT company Azzure

One of the North’s fastest growing small tech firms has received £2m to expand and create 12 jobs.

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Ryanair is changing its baggage rules

New Ryanair baggage rules: What you need to know about the changes

Ryanair is introducing new baggage rules from Monday.

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An action group is focusing on the best and worst aspects of Sheffield city centre

'Sheffield city centre is making great progress but is being held back'

Sheffield city centre is making great strides - but progress has been hampered by antisocial behaviour, the amount of new student accommodation and controversial traffic measures, a residents' group says.

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