Sheffield's Taylor&Emmet LLP is joining forces with the city's museums and galleries to stage the first retrospective in 30 years focusing on local artist, Stanley Royle.
The Ministry of Justice has today released the latest statistics for the number of employment tribunals between April and June 2014.
Richard Wright, Executive Director, Sheffield Chamber of Commerce and Industry has congratulated the UTC Sheffield on its first birthday hailing it the best example of employer engagement he has ever seen.
Sheffield's family taxi company, Mercury Taxis, have once again committed to support Whirlow Hall Farm's through '480 Club', which enables children from some of Sheffield's most disadvantaged areas to visit the farm this year.
Commenting on the allocation of European Commission roles, and the news that the UK commissioner-designate has been allocated the Financial Stability, Financial Services and Capital Markets portfolio, John Longworth, Director General of the British Chambers of Commerce, said: "Businesses will be pleased to see a British commissioner in an important economic role overseeing the financial services sector.
TDC from Sheffield has been certified as a pre-qualified supplier by Constructionline, the UK's largest pre-qualification certification scheme, owned by the government.
Julie Robinson, the Managing Director of Sheffield based Footprints Accountancy, has become a certified Intuit QuickBooks trainer, joining a global elite of only 200 certified trainers, nine of which are based in the UK.
MUM-of-two Jody Jezusek was in training to take part in the Great Yorkshire Run to raise funds for Macmillan Cancer Support when she discovered she was to become a mum-of-three! Jody, 36, of Bracken Hill, Chapeltown, wanted to raise money for the charity in memory of her mum Joy Crofts who died from cancer at the age of 62, just ten weeks after being diagnosed but six weeks ago Jody found out she was expecting another baby in early February, which put paid to her running plans.