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Last month, 84-year old daredevil Mary Brooksbank, of Crowle, took a sky-dive from 15,000 feet and raised over £800 for a local charity.
Developments that are planned for Crowle Market Place will eventually improve the town considerably, a meeting heard.
The clock rolled back for a day at one Isle primary school, when pupils experienced Viking times for themselves.
Police have issued a CCTV image of a man they would like to speak to about an alleged theft from a Doncaster supermarket.1 comment
A Doncaster couple have been left distraught after thieves stole two litters of pedigree puppies from their home.1 comment
Big-hearted families have come to the aid of children across Doncaster with a record-breaking number of adoptions in the town.
A fencing club has moved its headquarters after more than a decade at Hall Cross Lower School.
Megan Wilson’s 76th minute match-winner brought the North East Regional League Cup to Doncaster Belles Women.
Dons coach Tony Miller is not losing any sleep about the league table ahead of his side’s trip to Workington Town tomorrow.
Veteran Plant Works coach Ken Blood is tipping Jamie McDonnell to inspire a generation of young Doncaster boxers, writes Steve Hossack.
Paul Dickov is unlikely to make many friends on the touchline at the Keepmoat.
The Sheffield and Hallamshire Girls County League Annual presentation nights saw plenty of awards handed out to Doncaster teams.
Mayor Ros Jones was on hand to help a protest against the FA’s relegation of Doncaster Rovers Belles - after one league game.
Gourmet food, an A-list international film festival and the opportunity to dangle from one of the world’s tallest buildings confirm Toronto’s status as the entertainment capital of Canada. Celia Paul recommends where to go and what to see.
Gardening writer Hannah Stephenson asks TV gardener Diarmuid Gavin for his top tips on how to make the most of your garden in the ever-changing weather.
Spring’s weather may not be going according to plan with only occasional bursts of sunshine, but there’s no need to put up with dull, drab rooms.
More than 13,000 treasures collected by Ivanhoe novelist Sir Walter Scott are set to go on show at his historic family home after a major refurbishment.
If there’s a worse way to spend a Friday night than stuck in an airport departure lounge waiting to fly home, I’ve yet to encounter it.
Jayne Torvill and Christopher Dean are to return to Motorpoint Arena, Sheffield, from April 15 to 17 next year as part of the last Dancing on Ice tour.
A renowned Yorkshire poet, playwright and broadcaster gave Doncaster College students an entertaining insight into his methods at an event to celebrate World Book Night.
Shop owners from Bowers Fold will be holding a charity raffle at the shopping precinct on Saturday May 25 from 10am-3pm to raise money for Hope4Mae
Mexborough School pupils took to the stage at St George’s Hall, Bradford, to take part in a major dance event.
A charity 5km run organised by a Doncaster car dealer proved to be a wheely great success for sick youngsters.
A charity quiz night with pie’n’peas takes place on May 23 at Denaby.
Volunteers are needed to be dining companions for patients who need help during meal times at Montagu Hospital.
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Sunday 26 May 2013
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