Commenting on the start of the new tax year, Suren Thiru, Head of Economics at the British Chambers of Commerce (BCC), said: -We enter a new tax year with a raft of changes adding to the upfront cost of doing business.
Consumer spending on golf in the Republic of Ireland alone is now worth â‚¬379 million annually, according to a new report by Sheffield Hallam University.
Analysis of Glasgow property market finds religious mix of neighbourhoods just as important to buyers as house type and size Study identified 'hidden' social boundaries that can exist between communities Develops a practical method for distinguishing empirically between 'mix' and 'integration' The new method could be used to measure levels of social integration in cities across the world Connections in house price changes across neighbourhoods have been used for the first time to identify the level of religious integration in Glasgow, revealing that the religious mix of a neighbourhood is as important to homebuyers as house type and size.
People from across South Yorkshire are being invited to play a part in the future of children's healthcare by nominating themselves as governors at Sheffield Children's NHS Foundation Trust.
Imoves, a digital teaching platform to help schools become more active, has overcome tough competition from some of the nation's hottest new start-ups, to be named winner of UKActive's innovation accelerator programme, ActiveLab.
Commenting on the triggering of Article 50 by the Prime Minister, Theresa May, Adam Marshall, Director General of the British Chambers of Commerce (BCC), said: "Now that Brexit negotiations are set to begin, businesses across the UK and their trading partners in Europe want answers to practical questions, not political posturing.
WHEN it comes to great fundraising ideas, the children at Sheffield's Manor Lodge Community Primary School and Pathways Academy are top of the class! The talented young entrepreneurs of the future are the joint winners of Biz Kids 2017, the annual children's business challenge that raises money for St Luke's Hospice.
Sheffield and Manchester are the joint worst cities in Britain to be a female entrepreneur, according to a new survey.