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Doncaster's pioneering role in World War One air warfare revealed

A new exhibition in Doncaster reveals South Yorkshire’s pivotal role in the First World War battle for the skies.

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Doncaster rail services affected due to engineering works

There are a number of train services affected at Doncaster Railway Station today.

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Severe disruption on M18 at Doncaster after vehicle sheds its load

Motorists are experiencing severe disruption on the M18 this afternoon.

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Doncaster law firm scoops top award for ‘investing in staff’

Doncaster law firm scoops top award for ‘investing in staff’

A Doncaster-based law firm has scooped a top award for ‘investing in staff development’.

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Up, up and away...Redbrick aims to raise 10,000 this weekend for the Yorkshire Air Ambulance

VIDEO: Put your feet up to help raise £10,000 for Yorkshire Air Ambulance with Redbrick

Forget sponsored runs for charity...this weekend you can help raise £10,000 for the Yorkshire Air Ambulance by putting your feet up or getting a good night's sleep!
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Jeremy Scott, of Head of Regulatory at Lupton Fawcett.

Column: Know the risks of term time holidays

Column by Jeremy Scott, head of regulatory at Lupton Fawcett.

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Brazilian wandering spider aka Banana spider or Armed spider

ERECT-NID! World’s deadliest spiders, causing four-hour erection before death, found in ASDA bananas

Dozens of the world's worst spiders were found crawling out of a bunch of supermarket bananas.

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LEGO Friends Party Shop

LEGO building up to be Christmas top toy

It may be 90-some days to Santa's sack but festive toys wish list is already becoming as clear as a penny whistle ... which won't appear in any 21st century kid's stocking alongside bygone whip and top with two tangerines.

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Doncaster Mayor Ros Jones at the opening of the Great Yorkshire Way, FARRRS. Picture: Andrew Roe

Final link in Doncaster’s FARRRS project

Work is set to get under way on the final phase of a multi-million pound link road – after councillors approved plans for its construction.

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Aldi

Has your home got the Aldi effect?

Is your nearest supermarket an Aldi? It could be doing more than just saving you money on your groceries...
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energy theft

Hotline set up for energy theft whistleblowers

A hotline has been launched to encourage landlords and tenants to report energy theft.

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Star wars models

VIDEO: New special effects app brings Star Wars toys to life

Anyone who has ever owned a Star Wars toy will have spent countless hours acting out their favourites scenes from the films and coming up with their own adventures.

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Richard Hannigan

Council invests £36m in construction and highways projects

Since 2015 North Lincolnshire Council has invested £36m in construction and highways projects and helped provide employment opportunities across the area through its nationally recognised procurement framework.

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Herd of Sheffield packs its trunk and heads to Meadowhall

Meadowhall is set to host the spectacular Herd of Sheffield Farewell Weekend next month as The Children’s Hospital Charity says a final goodbye to its much-loved elephants who are heading to pastures new.

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Password care required

WARNING: if your online password's here, change it quick!

Hacking and data breaches are, sadly, an everyday fact of life in the 21st century but some people really aren’t helping matters by using simple, easy-to-break passwords.
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South Yorkshire nurse celebrates 50 years at the NHS

South Yorkshire nurse celebrates 50 years at the NHS

A Yorkshire nurse and education specialist is marking 50 years in the NHS this month.

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The Great British Breakaway

BREADXIT: What happens when beloved shows and stars leave BBC

The Great British Bake Off making the move from BBC to Channel 4 retreads a path often taken by stars and shows in search of pastures (and payslips) new.
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Late great David Bowie: Radio Dead playlist staple

RADIO DEAD: new station plays only RIP artists

Dead air - that moment when the music unexpectedly stops - is the greatest fear of the radio DJ.
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MP Rosie congratulates Doncaster pub manager

MP Rosie congratulates Doncaster pub manager

Dame Rosie Winterton DBE, MP for Doncaster Central attended the Stonegate Pub Company Celebration in Parliament this month.

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HM Revenue & Customs

US company stripped of contract to spot tax credit cheats

A giant US company accused of wrongly removing tax credits from thousands of vulnerable claimants has been stripped of its contract to root out benefit fraud.

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