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Sheffcare Home Care service awarded new end of life care contract

SHEFFCARE, the not for profit organisation that operates a chain of eleven residential care homes across Sheffield and a full range of services for people living independently, has been awarded a major new contract with Sheffield Clinical Commissioning Group.
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More new names on the Crystal Peaks shopping list


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Santa brings Christmas magic to Emmaus Sheffield

SANTA is taking a break from his Festive preparations as he makes a special visit to city charity Emmaus Sheffield.
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SheffAid Christmas single supports young city homeless

SOME of Sheffield’s most popular rising musical talent is joining forces to release a Christmas single in support of city young people’s homeless charity Roundabout.
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Creative project strikes a chord for people living with dementia

South Yorkshire-based charity Lost Chord has teamed up with Derbyshire orchestra Sinfonia Viva to work on an innovative project supporting people living with dementia at a Sheffield care home.
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Simon Webbe adds Strictly sparkle to Christmas at Crystal Peaks

STRICTLY sparkle will add extra glitter and glamour to the Festive Season at Crystal Peaks as Simon Webbe switches on the award winning shopping mall’s Christmas lights!
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Coda submits plans for major Devonshire Quarter development

PLANS have been submitted to Sheffield Council for the major redevelopment of a site in the city centre’s Devonshire Quarter.
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Allen Design Team help Ward CNC develop a new brand identity

ONE of the great names in Sheffield’s industrial story is moving firmly into the 21st century with the support of city centre design, digital and marketing agency Allen Design Team.
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Gary's night of dance and drama speaks up for diversity

DANCE, theatre, film, drag and cabaret… it's all part of an evening celebrating issues of sexuality, identity, gender and relationships with acclaimed Barnsley dancer and choreographer Gary Clarke.
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Fall in insolvencies shows signs of recovery says expert

AWARD winning South Yorkshire insolvency expert Paul Moorhead says a fall in the number of businesses facing failure shows the economy is finally starting to show signs of recovery.
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Coda Studios named one of Britain's top three

SHEFFIELD company Coda Studios has been named one of Britain's top three architectural practices.
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Coda Studios celebrates 10th anniversary with new HQ move

AWARD winning Sheffield architectural practice Coda Studios has celebrated its tenth anniversary with a move to new headquarters.
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A taste of autumn at The Devonshire Arms Middle Handley

THERE'S a genuine taste of autumn in the new menu at the award-winning Devonshire Arms at Middle Handley.
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Lost Chord launches new website at Barnsley College event

BARNSLEY Central MP Dan Jarvis will be the guest of honour at a special evening at Barnsley College on September 20 to celebrate the launch of a new website for leading dementia charity Lost Chord.
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Emmaus Sheffield launches £1.7 million campaign

HOMELESS charity Emmaus Sheffield is launching a £1.7 million campaign to extend its services, and help save a major city industrial heritage site for future generations.
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New housing for Grenoside as project gets green ligh

NEW luxury housing is coming to Grenoside in a scheme developed by award winning Sheffield architectural practice Coda Studios.
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Don't let money worries spoil your family's big day!

IT'S doubtful that the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge will be tightening their belts following the arrival of the world's most famous baby.
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Top international line-up for 17th Bradfield Festival of Music

INTERNATIONALLY acclaimed cellist Julian Lloyd Webber heads the line-up at the Bradfield Festival of Music 2013.
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Environment scheme for Crystal Peaks 25th anniversary

CRYSTAL Peaks shopping centre has joined forces with city organisation the Riverside Stewardship Company to restore a neglected waterway close to the award-winning mall.
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New student music festival supports top children's charity

A NEW music festival organised by members of the University of Sheffield Students' Union will raise money for leading children's charity Safe@Last.
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WENDY HOUSTOUN IS BACK - WITH 50 ACTS!

ONE remarkable woman, one extraordinary piece of theatre...Wendy Houstoun is back on stage with 50 Acts!
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Dump the diets and find a healthier lifestyle with Get Physical

DUMP the diets! Ditch the scales! Drop the inches! It sounds like a weight loss regime that's too good to be true.
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Hype Dance receives £25,000 funding for community work

SHEFFIELD'S Hype Dance has been awarded £25,000 of Arts Council funding to develop young dancers and dance projects across the region.
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Love is all around at Crystal Peaks

LOVE is all around with a chance to win some truly romantic prizes in the great free Crystal Peaks Valentine's Day competition.
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Clegg uncovers a political scandal...in Dore!

THE Deputy Prime Minister embroiled in a scandal with the Lord Chancellor and a Fairy?
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My Management Accountant opens new Huddersfield office

HUDDERSFIELD company My Management Accountant has moved to new offices in the town.
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Magical support for St Luke's Hospice

FAIRIES, peers and members of Parliament...everybody wants to support St Luke's Hospice!
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Sheffield on the menu at the Devonshire Arms Middle Handley

IT'S a true taste of Sheffield...and a chance to see your family's favourite dessert join the menu at one of the region's most popular pub restaurants.
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Celebrate National Dignity Action Day with Sheffcare

SHEFFCARE is celebrating National Dignity Action Day with special events at its residential homes in the city.
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Bollywood beat boosts Lost Chord

BOLLYWOOD glamour came to Rotherham...and raised £2,000 for dementia charity Lost Chord.
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Visitor figures on the up as Crystal Peaks celebrates 25 years

CRYSTAL Peaks shopping mall is celebrating a record-breaking year as it begins celebrations for its 25th anniversary.
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Ask4 delivers superfast broadband to Westbrook Court

SUPERFAST broadband is coming to one of Sheffield's most prestigious business developments thanks to Ask4.
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Henderson's take on Worcester in the Battle of the Relishes!

IT'S the battle of the condiments...two meal time giants battling it out for the title of top tastebud tickler!
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Crystal Peaks celebrates 25 years with major new charity project

CRYSTAL Peaks is to celebrate 25 years of great shopping by launching 25 special charity projects.
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Three Kings bring Christmas magic to Crystal Peaks

THE Three Wise Men may have set off in search of Bethlehem...but they'll still find time to call in at Crystal Peaks!
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SheffCare celebrates with a Cathedral Christmas

SHEFFCARE celebrates Christmas with a traditional carol service at Sheffield Cathedral on Thursday, December 13.
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From Hollywood to Homotopia for dance star Gary Clarke

HE'S worked with Brad Pitt, he won rave reviews at the Edinburgh Festival...and now contemporary dance star Gary Clarke is set to take Liverpool gay arts festival Homotopia by storm!
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Bangers add an extra sizzle to the Devonshire Arms menu

THE humble banger becomes the star of the show as The Devonshire Arms at Middle Handley celebrates British Sausage Week.
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Gervase Phinn fundraising event cancelled

AN evening with acclaimed raconteur Gervase Phinn in support of top dementia charity Lost Chord has been cancelled.
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Gervase Phinn fundraising event cancelled

AN evening with acclaimed raconteur Gervase Phinn in support of top dementia charity Lost Chord has been cancelled.
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New plans for Ecclesfield Trinity Methodist Church

AWARD winning architectural consultancy Coda Studios has received permission from Sheffield City Council for the conversion of the historic Ecclesfield Trinity Methodist Church into eight apartments.
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Pick up an electrical bargain at Emmaus Sheffield

HOMELESS charity Emmaus Sheffield is now selling electrical goods at its popular city second hand shop.
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Westbourne pupils hit the heights on Kilimanjaro challenge

AS school trips go it has to be one of the most adventurous and challenging...an attempt to reach the summit of the highest peak in Africa!
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Sheffield law firm first to sign up as partner for new Rocket Lawyer UK service

FAST growing and innovative Sheffield law firm Simpson Sissons & Brooke is becoming part of a pioneering new on line approach to legal assistance.
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ASK4 provides Gold service for Canadian Olympic team

CANADA's Olympic team was able to keep in touch with home...thanks to Sheffield expertise!
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Accent on cooperation and support at Emmaus

THE accent's on friendship and cooperation between nations as Sheffield charity Emmaus welcomes three special summer volunteers.
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Keep the spotlight on asbestos related illnesses says expert

LEADING Sheffield lawyer Jeremy Brooke is warning that there is a danger the recent spotlight on the terrible effects caused by exposure to asbestos could go out.
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Gary Clarke brings his Beautiful Hell to Edinburgh

AWARD winning Barnsley choreographer Gary Clarke brings his latest work, A Beautiful Hell, to The Edinburgh Festival this summer.
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Ask4 provides exclusive service for Liberty Living

ASK4, the UK's leading supplier of fibre-optic broadband to student accommodation, has signed a major new deal with leading nationwide student accommodation provider Liberty Living.
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Inspiring Women share their business success stories

SOME of the region's most inspiring business women will be sharing the secrets of their success at the next meeting of the Sheffield Chamber Inspiring Women Forum.
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Shopping boom at Crystal Peaks

CRYSTAL Peaks Shopping Mall enjoyed a recession beating Easter.
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Join Gary Clarke in a Ménage à Trois!

AWARD winning choreographer Gary Clarke invites you to join him for a Ménage à Trois...a tantalising and lip smacking triple bill of striking contemporary dance works.
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New Head of Support Services for Ask4

SHEFFIELD company Ask4, the UK's leading supplier of fibre optic broadband to student accommodation, has appointed a new Head of Support Services.
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Making yourself the star of the show!

ACTRESS, businesswoman and leading communication coach Julia Goodman takes centre stage at Sheffield's Lyceum on April 24.
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New plans for historic Middlewood Hospital Chapel

PLANS for the long awaited restoration and redevelopment of the historic Middlewood Hospital chapel have been submitted to Sheffield City Council.
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International Women's Day movie screening for Sheffield

THE University of Sheffield Students' Union will celebrate International Women's Day this Thursday with what is expected to be the city's largest gathering of women for a screening of Oscar winning new film The Help.
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Welcome to the world of Assured Fire and Security

LEADING fire safety and security company Assured Fire and Security has launched a new-look website.
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TV finance favourite Justin guest at Inspiring Women event

LEADING financial expert and media commentator Justin Urquhart Stewart will be the guest speaker at the Sheffield Chamber Inspiring Women Forum in February.
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Battle on the ice as Winter Varsity returns

WINTER Varsity is back...and this year it promises to be even more competitive than ever!
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Death of the News of the World...the inside story

IT was one of the most famous and notorious titles in British journalism...and it's sudden demise in the summer of 2011 sent shock waves through the industry.
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Sheffield becoming the marketing centre for UK insurance

SHEFFIELD is being hailed as the national marketing centre for the insurance market after finding its VOICE in a competitive industry.
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Crystal Peaks enjoys a record-breaking 2011

CRYSTAL Peaks Shopping Mall has beaten the recession with a record-breaking year
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Assured strengthens Fire Industry Association role

ASSURED Fire and Security has strengthened its position within the national Fire Industry Association with a new appointment.
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Crisis helpline tackles Christmas debt problems

THE average British person is set to spend £378 on presents for immediate family this year, with 18 per cent of people admitting they will be spending more than £400 by the time they've done the Festive shopping.
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Cooke Fuels develops new forecourt brand

THERE'S a new name on Lancashire's petrol forecourts...and it's one that represents great value for money and more than a century of service.
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Taylor Oliver Partnership on target for Archer Project

SHEFFIELD'S Archer Project has received a cash boost from leading financial planners The Taylor Oliver Partnership.
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Assured strengthens Midlands business links

TWO important new contracts are strengthening Assured Fire and Security's growth in the Midlands.
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Football legend is Westbourne Sports Dinner guest

FOOTBALL legend Howard Wilkinson will be the guest speaker at the Westbourne School Sports Dinner on November 25.
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SheffCare provides new standards in dementia care

SHEFFIELD'S leading provider of residential care homes and day care for the elderly has launched a new service for people living with dementia.
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Assured awarded new £30,000 Nigerian contract

ASSURED Fire and Security is strengthening its international business links with a second contract in the African country of Nigeria.
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Lost Chord presents the sound of Christmas

The Sound of Christmas comes to Sheffield Cathedral on December 1 as dementia charity Lost Chord presents its popular annual festive concert.
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Student community volunteers receive Royal seal of approval

COMMUNITY conscious students at the University of Sheffield have been given the Royal seal of approval.
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Rolling back the years for Viva Tequila's birthday!

SHEFFIELD restaurant Viva Tequila is celebrating its 13th anniversary by turning back the clock.
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Assured provides added security for internet supplier

ASSURED Fire and Security has been awarded a £65,000 contract by Sheffield company Ask4 Business.
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Assured wins Lafarge Cement Works contract

ASSURED Fire and Security is looking for a firm relationship with its latest client.
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Julia takes centre stage with Inspiring Women

ACTRESS and motivational speaker Julia Goodman takes centre stage at the Crucible Theatre on September 8.
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VOICE speaks out for Britain's insurance services

VOICE Marketing has been awarded a major new contract with one of the country's top insurance companies.
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Health and Safety rules are essential says expert

LEADING Sheffield Health and Safety expert Jeremy Brooke says Britain's increasingly unpopular regulations on safety in the workplace form a vital part of legislation for both employers and employees.
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SheffCare set a standard of excellence on a tight budget

TIGHT budgets are not preventing residents in Sheffield's leading chain of residential care homes from enjoying an outstanding level of service.
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Up and away as Lost Chord reaches for the sky

IT'S up, up and away for Lost Chord volunteer Rachel Maturi as she gets ready for the charity's balloon race lift off!
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A cleaning Solution for Sheffield construction projects

AWARD winning company Solutions 4 Cleaning has been awarded two major contracts in Sheffield.
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Hype bring summer magic to the Winter Garden

SHEFFIELD'S Winter Garden becomes a hot house for new talent as some of Sheffield's most enthusiastic dancers display their skills this June.
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Students get gold award for green initiatives

THE University of Sheffield Students' Union has achieved the gold standard after being named one of the country's top green campuses.
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A blooming great effort delights residents' senses

EVERYTHING in the garden's lovely at the Housteads Residential Care Home...thanks to staff at one of Sheffield's biggest law firms, Sheffield University students and charitable organisation Business in the Community.
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Building a brighter future with VAT Solutions

THE team at Sheffield company VAT Solutions believe that a successful future lies in education...both at home and abroad.
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Finding a VOICE in the global market

ONE of Sheffield's fastest growing companies is making itself heard on a global scale.
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Flying the flag for St George and Lost Chord

Dementia charity Lost Chord has a star lineup for its April concert
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Doctor Debt says 'Don't panic!'

leading South Yorkshire insolvency practitioner Paul Moorhead says debt needn't be a crisis
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Tanker driver Jeremy is employee of the year

BARNSLEY tanker driver Jeremy Cook has been named employee of the year at the Barnsley and Rotherham Business Awards.
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Cathedral classics support Lost Chord

SOME of the region's finest musicians - both professional and amateur - are to bring a touch of Festive sparkle to Sheffield Cathedral in aid of dementia charity Lost Chord.
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New arrivals for Benchmark Recruit!

Keen Whirlow supporters Benchmark Recruit have a couple of new arrivals of their own this year
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Dancers add an extra chill to Fright Night

TALENTED young South Yorkshire dancers will be taking to the streets as Sheffield celebrates Halloween with the return of Fright Night.
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School computer campaign supports Aspire Sheffield

BIRKDALE School is calling on pupils, parents and the wider business community to join them and give unwanted computer equipment to city charity Aspire Sheffield.
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Prince Family Law receives Legal 500 recommendation

PRINCE Family Law is celebrating after becoming the only family law practice in North Derbyshire to be recommended by the prestigious Legal 500.
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New base for Moorhead Savage

INSOLVENCY experts Moorhead Savage are on the move as part of their autumn expansion plan.
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Hofesh finds Freedom in dance

THERE are moments in Political Mother, the dazzling, thunderous new work from acclaimed young Israeli choreographer Hofesh Shechter, when two worlds seem to clash together to create a disturbing, unforgettable image.
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Lesley hits the High Notes for Lost Chord

DONCASTER Diva Lesley Garrett is hitting the high notes as she supports a major new fundraising campaign by one of South Yorkshire's top charities.
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Danceworks UK takes centre stage for Autumn 2010

SOME of the biggest names in contemporary dance come to Sheffield over the next few weeks with the launch of the Danceworks Autumn '10 season, produced and presented in partnership with Sheffield Theatres.
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Warning on South Yorkshire insolvency problems

SOUTH Yorkshire insolvency expert Paul Moorhead has warned that the full impact of the economic downturn in the region has not yet been felt.
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Rolf's Life in Art comes to Sheffield

VETERAN television star Rolf Harris celebrates A Life in Art with an exclusive exhibition at Sheffield's SmartArt Galleries next month.
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Westbourne supports top cancer charity

WESTBOURNE School will strengthen its links with the wider community with a charity coffee morning on July 13.
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Dreams come true with The Taylor Oliver Partnership

THE Audi TT parked in the drive looks like the perfect dream vehicle...but Graham Thompson admits it's a dream that almost didn't come true.
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Avoiding the debt trap with Moorhead Savage

LATEST statistics suggest that more than half of Sheffield families are now in debt, with 17 per cent of people lying to their partners about the amount of money they owe.
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Healthy teeth need more than the Tooth Fairy's magic!

YOU could put your faith in the Tooth Fairy...or you could depend on better dentistry!
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Teeing off for Lost Chord

THE first Golf Day in aid of South Yorkshire dementia charity Lost Chord has already attracted ten teams...but there's still room for plenty more!
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Toilet Tango - flushing away your expectations!

IT takes a certain skill to perform a sizzling Tango while negotiating your way round a bath and toilet.
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It's circus...but not as we know it!

Traces, the new show from Canadian company Les 7 Doigts de la Main, explodes every expectation of circus as we remember it
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Hype Dance workshops explore mental health

SHEFFIELD hip hop dance specialist Anna Olejnicki is working with experts at the University of Derby to create a series of workshops tackling mental health issues.
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A year of growth for CIMA

THE Sheffield branch of The Chartered Institute of Management Accountants (CIMA) is launching a major new membership involvement and public awareness drive for 2010.
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Chips with everything for Gilbert and Sullivan fans

IT'S a gem of Victorian comic operetta...and it comes with a third act serving of fish and chips!
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Taylor Oliver Partnership in the financial top five nationwide

The Taylor Oliver Partnership has been named one of the country's top five financial planning companies.
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Developing the DNA of great design

DOMINO Commercial Interiors has appointed a new director as the award-winning Sheffield company prepares for major expansion in 2010.
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Student Richard supports Sheffield homeless charity

SIXTH former Richard Achahboun is putting his A Level business studies to practical use supporting a Sheffield charity for the homeless.
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Back to school for Broomhill businesses

IT'S back to the classroom for members of Broomhill's business community as they launch a new networking group...at Westbourne School.
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Surviving Christmas debt

SOUTH Yorkshire insolvency experts Moorhead Savage are offering a free emergency helpline to people struggling with debt in the wake of the Christmas festivities.
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Louise proves she's a woman of steel!

SOUTH Yorkshire businesswoman Louise Oliver is proving that South Yorkshire's businesswomen have the steel to make it in a tough economic climate.
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New season of great dance for Sheffield

SOME of the most exciting names in international contemporary dance come to South Yorkshire this spring as Danceworks unveils its first season of 2010.
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Taylor Oliver success supports Rwandan family charity

FINANCIAL planners The Taylor Oliver Partnership are sharing their success as they become involved in a project to help families in the war-ravaged African country of Rwanda.
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