Hull-based NLG Health has donated two labrador puppies and £16,000 to Support Dogs, the Sheffield charity which helps people with autism, epilepsy and disabilities.
Harriett, a black, and Honey, a golden labrador, have begun their basic training with Support Dogs as part of the charity’s work with families across the country, including in Sheffield and wider Yorkshire.
An inaugural report released, Future: Department Stores¹ analysing the use of department store properties across the UK and Ireland has found over three-quarters are now currently occupied or have planning applications pending – revealing a more positive side to the tide of closures which have dogged the retail industry.
It may seem unlikely, but quietly Yorkshire has been a hotbed of golfing talent for quite some time now. Danny Willett, of Sheffield, has won numerous titles on the European Tour, and he secured his place in the folklore of the sport forever when he won The Masters back in 2016.
HTA launches Taxi and Private Hire driver training courses into South and West Yorkshire as councils ramp-up driver requirements
Humberside Training Associates (HTA) has launched its Taxi and Private Hire Driver BTEC and functional skills courses into South and West Yorkshire as councils across the country ramp-up requirements on new and existing driver qualifications.
The absence of Andy Murray from the Australian Open will once again leave British hopes of winning a tennis tournament in doubt, to say the least.
Kyle Edmund has shown promise in the past in the men’s draw, reaching the semi-finals of the competition in 2018. However, Edmund’s form has declined over the last two years, and it would be a surprise to see him make an appearance in the second week of the competition; with current odds of 150/1 to succeed in the Australian Open.
Co-op Insurance and Neighbourhood Watch have officially opened up nominations for their Neighbour of the Year Award 2019, to find the UK’s best neighbours.
Following on from the success of last year’s inaugural award, Co-op and Neighbourhood Watch are looking once again for people to nominate their neighbours who go above and beyond to help their neighbourhood and surrounding community, to find the overall UK Neighbour of the Year 2019 alongside regional winners.