Tuesday 22 July at 08:38

Photography students from Communication Specialist College Doncaster found the focus on them after their work went on show at a town centre gallery.

Striking images by four college students have gone on display at the Mac Gallery, after the exhibition was opened by the Mayor of Doncaster Ros Jones.

Pathway tutor Caroline Bostwick said, “This year Communication

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A Birmingham-based sign language provider has been named the most forward-thinking business in the West Midlands after receiving a prestigious award in the Innovator category at the Business Masters Awards 2014.

As Britain’s first dedicated Sign Language interpreter, Sign Solutions has been providing translation services across the UK since 1998 but was awarded the accolade

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