Delivering a reduction in fuel consumption is one of the main areas where fleet managers and members of the public alike can help to drive significant savings on vehicle upkeep.
Association between employment and property crime which was strong in 1970s and 1980s fell from 1995 and became non-existent by 2005 Other research to be presented at Centre for Crime and Justice Studies includes changes in domestic property crime in the 1980s and 1990s and changing attitudes to crime and punishment across generations The assumption that rising unemployment means rising crime is challenged by new research by the Universities of Sheffield, Southampton and SciencesPo in Paris.
Taylor&Emmet LLP is welcoming a new head of corporate finance and commercial law to strengthen the advice it provides to organisations across Yorkshire.
Sheffield-based assistance dog charity, Support Dogs is delighted to announce that David Heugh has joined them as the Partnerships' Ambassador for the charity.
A Transport in the North event will be held in South Yorkshire this month to update the business community on plans to help the Sheffield City Region benefit from developments including the Northern Powerhouse and devolution.
Elephants born into stressful situations have fewer offspring and age faster, researchers at the University of Sheffield have found.
The multi-million pound refurbishment of the gym at one of Sheffield's biggest leisure centres is soon set to open its doors to the public.
Two Hawsons partners, Stephen Charles and Scott Sanderson, have been selected to play in an International 'World Cup style' tournament in Antwerp, Belgium.