Representatives of Sheffield Olympic Legacy Park are celebrating the 'great team effort' which has resulted in a number of successful developments in 2017, and are now looking ahead to build Sheffield's reputation as 'the only city in the world delivering Olympic legacy'.
Staff and alumni from the University of Sheffield have been recognised by Her Majesty The Queen in the New Year Honours.
A Sheffield Hallam University student has been shortlisted for the Pregnacare® Student Midwife of the Year award as part of the Royal College of Midwifery's (RCM) annual awards ceremony, which recognises outstanding achievements in midwifery.
A flurry of snowmen, a bunch of glowing Christmas trees, more elves than Santa's workshop and even the cast of a nativity scene A merry band of 500 runners donned Christmas finery - and a liberal dash of neon - to bring a cheery glow to The Children's Hospital Charity's first ever Glow Run, a night-time fun run through Endcliffe Park on December 19.
Sheffield's Taylor&Emmet LLP is calling for cohabitees to be recognised in law, after 67% of its Twitter followers thought they should have the same rights as married couples.
New study shows men were more than twice as likely to develop serious heart condition, infective endocarditis, as women IE is a serious heart infection that kills around a third of those who develop it within the first year The new study allows prevention measures to be targeted at those individuals most at risk of developing IE A team of international researchers, led by the University of Sheffield, have measured the risk of developing or dying from the life-threatening heart condition infective endocarditis (IE), for people with predisposed heart conditions.
Sheffield Hallam University's unique partnership with Grand Heritage Hotels has been shortlisted for a national award.
hlw Keeble Hawson has wrapped up its tenacious charity drive for 2017 by boosting the goals of local charities to the tune of almost £11k.
A future UK-EU trade deal must minimise barriers to trade says the British Chambers of Commerce, as it releases the results of its survey, in partnership with DHL, which finds UK businesses regard Europe as their primary trading partner for the coming years.