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Heck launches 'value' Yorkshire Sausage Company
Premium Yorkshire sausage firm Heck has launched a value brand.
York Guildhall to stage 'Business Summit'
Business leaders from across York and North Yorkshire are invited to a ‘Business Summit’ in the city next month to consider devolution and carbon reduction.
Miller Homes launches community fund in York
A HOUSEBUILDER will donate £10,000 to charities, community groups and causes linked to its developments in the Yorkshire Region, including in York.
York Dental Suite comes to Terry's Liquor Store
A hi-tech new dental practice opens its doors this week in an iconic part of York.
Ads watchdog says Brew York tweet 'socially irresponsible'
A YORK brewery has apologised for a tweet after an advertising watchdog concluded that it encouraged and condoned drinking beer at breakfast and was 'socially irresponsible.'
Yorkshire Water seeks permit to take more water from Ouse
YORKSHIRE Water has applied for a drought permit to be allowed to take more water from the River Ouse to help refill its reservoirs elsewhere.
Books For Amnesty prepares to open new store in York
Books For Amnesty prepares to open new store in York
SpaceNK Apothecary closes in Davygate in York
SpaceNK Apothecary has closed in Davygate in York.
Update after Helmsley Post Office closes without notice
A RESPONSE from Post Office following the sudden closure of the Helmsley store has been met with criticism.
Accessorize in Davygate in York city centre has closed
The Accessorize shop in Davygate in York city centre has closed
- Having just passed our third anniversary, we are delighted to welcome two new apprentices to the firm.
- From 6 April 2021, the statutory cap to weekly pay in calculating redundancy rights increases from £538 to £544.
- We can now offer a new service. Following Emily's qualification as a Chartered Legal Executive we can now offer oaths, affirmations, statutory declarations and certified copies. Find out more.
- We are incrediby proud of Emily. Find out why.
- Sadlers doubles in size with the acquisition of Auker Rhodes Accounting.
- We have a new team member. Go to our who we are section to find out who.
- The Corporate Insolvency and Governance Act 2020 became law on 25 June 2020.
- The Corporate Insolvency and Governance Bill is tabled. We stay on top of developments.
- Redundancy pay limits rise again. We have a guide to employees' rights in an insolvency.
- Covid-19. Our response and commitment.
- Entrepeneurs' Relief lifetime limit falls. We have immediately updated our guide to MVLs.
- Our infographic. Take a look at what we do and don't do.
- The "cheap liquidation" myth. Our competitors often talk about the pros and cons of liquidations, but sometimes don't get it quite right.
- A company can Purchase its own Shares. We explain why an MVL is usually more appropriate.
- Working mens' clubs continue to close. We can help.
- It's our birthday. An update on how we work and and a big thank you to our supporters.
- Redundancy pay limits rise. We have a guide to employees' rights in an insolvency.
- Preferential status may be given to HMRC. Learn what it is and how it may impact your business.
- Section 216 of the Insolvency Act 1986 has been clarified. Learn what it is and how it may impact you if you are starting again after a business failure.
- The 2019 Loan Charge is looming. Learn what it is and how it may impact you.
- Sadlers launches two new agricultural service lines. We have helped many rural businesses in the past and want to help more.
- Follow the World Cup 2018 with Sadlers. We hope you enjoy our interactive wallchart.
- Sadlers launches news feed. Bookmark this page and keep up to date with all of our news, plus local and national business stories.
- Sadlers is born. For us, there is only one news story. It's been a long time coming.
Tax cuts are right plan for economy, says Liz Truss
The prime minister insists her plans will boost long-term growth, despite resulting market turmoil.
Dover summer queue warning under new EU border system
Holidaymakers and lorries could face long queues under the changes, the Port of Dover's boss warns.
Nord Stream: Sweden finds new leak in Russian gas pipeline
The EU says the leaks are caused by sabotage and promises the "strongest possible response".
Next warns weaker pound could prolong cost of living pressures
The retailer says many clothing and homeware factories price goods in dollars, so costs are likely to rise.
Government is undercutting UK institutions, says former Bank governor
Former Bank of England governor Mark Carney accuses Downing Street of working at cross-purposes with the Bank.
House of Zana owner hopes Zara trademark win will inspire others
Amber Kotrri says since her victory other businesses said they also received letters from Zara.
Optus: How a massive data breach has exposed Australia
Anger rises after 40% of Australians had details stolen in possibly the nation's worst-ever breach.
Online scam exposed - the cars that don’t exist
A fake car dealership website defrauded victims out of thousands of pounds, BBC investigation finds.
Energy bills: Householders urged to read meters before October price rise
The average annual household energy bill in the UK will rise from £1,971 to £2,500.
Thousands complain to HMRC about tax repayments
The number of people complaining about firms claiming tax repayments on their behalf has tripled, the BBC finds.