A truly festive day was had by all at Terminus Road, Millhouses, on Saturday 14th December, as local businesses brought some Yuletide cheer to the residents with its first Christmas market.
It's that time of year when visitors to London's West End are not only there for the shops, but for the fantastic feel of Christmas and nothing gives a better feel than the amazing lighting that fills St Christopher's Place just a stone's throw away from Oxford Street.
A cancer survivor has thanked the hospital that treated her, by adding a message to a unique book of support as part of a special Christmas appeal.
Rotherham businesswoman Lisa Pogson is so committed to seeing the bronze statue of the wartime -Women of Steel raised in Barker's Pool, scene of the main Blitz raid on Sheffield, that she helped fellow Women In Business at Barnsley Rotherham Chamber organise -Sparkle and Steel, a Christmas networking lunch fundraiser with four of those very women at Rotherham's Carlton Park Hotel last week.
Commenting on the consultation on zero hours contracts launched by the government today (Thursday), John Wastnage, Head of Employment at the British Chambers of Commerce (BCC), said: -Zero hours contracts are valued by many workers and employers, but there isn't a clear definition of what they are or how they should work.
A Sheffield based manufacturer of machine knives and industrial blades has, through a local partnership, increased its international trade by 15 per cent and saved thousands of pounds in the process.