Leading Spanish low cost airline Vueling has announced that it is to commence scheduled services from Leeds Bradford® Airport (LBA) to their major hub in Barcelona in Spring 2016.
UK Steel Enterprise Innovation Centre Tenant Looks To Branch Out A Sheffield law firm specialising in the provision of legal advice and support via a network of remote working experienced lawyers is to branch out in to services specific to ambitious start-up businesses, as part of expansion plans announced today.
London's economy to grow almost twice as fast as the 'Northern Powerhouse' over the next decade (Cebr analysis) Survey finds that business leaders across the North reject large scale infrastructure such as HS2 and want focus on local road investment (YouGov) Government should devolve more powers and consider more radical policies such as regional tax competition, a regional living wage and the establishment of more industry clusters says report â€ŽThe economic gap between London and cities within the so-called 'Northern Powerhouse', including Leeds and Sheffield, is set to widen significantly over the next 10 years says a new report.
The Chancellor George Osborne has announced a historic devolution deal which puts advanced manufacturing and innovation at its heart during a visit to the University of Sheffield's Advanced Manufacturing Research Centre with Boeing (AMRC) today (2 October 2015).
Colleges across Sheffield City Region are working together to provide education and skills training and boost the economic growth of the areas.
Jane Ellison MP, the Parliamentary Under Secretary of State for Public Health, was in Sheffield today to announce Westfield Health as the second major partner for Sheffield Hallam University's Advanced Wellbeing Research Centre (AWRC).
First study to indicate that mummification may have been widely practised throughout Bronze Age Britain Archaeologists use microscopic bone analysis to compare British skeletons with known mummies Research paves the way for discovery of other ancient civilisations that mummified their dead Bronze Age Brits practised exotic, novel and bizarre funerary rituals Ancient Britons may have intentionally mummified some of their dead during the Bronze Age, according to archaeologists at the University of Sheffield.