Leading national figures from the field of education have been announced to speak at the first ever Hallam Festival of Education.
The University of Sheffield has today (Wednesday 20 March 2019) been named one of the 'most international' universities by The Times Higher Education.
A Sheffield brain charity has launched a lifesaving research funding appeal to find better treatment for a deadly form of brain cancer.
Reacting to the latest Brexit developments, Dr Adam Marshall, Director General of the British Chambers of Commerce, said: -Are people and businesses tired and frustrated after three years of constant Brexit drama? Of course.
Commenting on the inflation statistics for February 2019, published today by the Office for National Statistics, Suren Thiru, Head of Economics at the British Chambers of Commerce (BCC), said: -Inflation picked-up for the first time since August 2018, with rising prices across a range of items including food and alcohol, placing the largest upward pressure on price growth in February.
Taylor&Emmet LLP is opening the doors of its new Rotherham office to local residents needing initial advice about family law matters.
Sheffield's first ever doggy cafÃ©, a gin-tasting event and a Monopoly-themed gala dinner are just some of the exciting events being staged by Sheffield Hallam University students - and it's all for charity.
The Royal Academy of Engineering has announced a new Research Chair to be led by University of Sheffield mechanical engineer Professor Roger Lewis.
Did you know that RSPCA Sheffield Branch is a separately registered charity to the National RSPCA and has to generate all its own operating costs in the Sheffield area alone? We receive no national or government funding to operate and all our funds must be raised locally by a team of volunteers, through events and charity shops and via legacies.