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Leighton Vans Ltd, specialists in Volkswagen T5 & T6 van conversions, has bought a new 11,800 sq ft company headquarters and showroom in Rotherham as part of ambitious expansion plans.

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Network Rail is asking the Sheffield city region (SCR) to put up £5m for a rail improvement project 70 miles away in Market Harborough.

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A Rotherham-based HR specialist is going the extra mile for Rotherham Hospice by hosting a special charity walk to celebrate ten years of trading in the town.

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Tesco has submitted a planning application that will provide the permission needed to make changes to the parking restrictions at its Rotherham town centre store - if approved by the local council.

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Rotherham-based retailer, Fishing Republic is expecting its revenue figures to show an increase of approximately 40% year-on-year.

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Bluebell Wood Children's Hospice in Rotherham is encouraging local and national organisations to make 2017 count by joining their 365 Business Club for just £1 a day.

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A rollercoaster of a journey in the redevelopment of the Pit House West site in Rotherham is the closest it has ever been to becoming a reality with the approval of detailed, deliverable, plans for a £37m leisure resort from an established company with its own finances already in place.

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Problems with an investment in a new press led to the administration of Rotherham print group, Garnett Dickinson, documents reveal.

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Innovative Rotherham company, Xeros, has appointed an expert in brand development and marketing to its board as it commercialises the patented polymer technology behind the first real revolution in laundry in 60 years.

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Union members at Tata Steel sites in the UK, including in South Yorkshire, have voted to accept a proposal to close the British Steel Pension Scheme to future accrual.
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