Rebecca Harling, family law solicitor at Irwin Mitchell, said: -Although there have been some improvements, the adoption process in the UK is still long and complicated and this often leads to vulnerable children spending too much time in care.
Broadband connectivity is an important issue for business success, according to the Quarterly Economic Survey run in quarter one by the Sheffield City Region's four Chambers of Commerce and Local Enterprise Partnership and sponsored by RBS South Yorkshire and North Derbyshire.
The number of UK firms reporting an increase in export orders and confidence rose at the start of 2016, following a drop in growth at the end of 2015, the latest Quarterly International Trade Outlook (QITO) from the British Chambers of Commerce (BCC) and DHL has shown.
A seminar not to be missed Will Holman, from the Bank of England's Agency for Yorkshire & the Humber, will be covering the Bank's latest forecasts for inflation and growth, in a free seminar hosted by Hawsons.
Russell Richardson, Sheffield's document management and recycling experts are expanding their archiving division to a second site in the city.
With less than 3 weeks to go to Weston Park Cancer Charity's very first race evening at Doncaster Racecourse, racegoers are been encouraged to put on their best purple outfits this June in support of the charity.
Sheffield Theatres has increased its commitment to D/deaf and disabled people with the appointment of Ali Briggs as Agent For Change, a role designed to support the theatres in putting D/deaf and disabled artists and audiences at the heart of their work.
A new company has been formed to bring next generation assistive and companion robots to market by combining University-developed robotics research with the best of British design.