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Antiques Column: Marbles – colourful collectors’ items

Marbles, for generations, have been a popular collectors’ item.

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Bentley GP Dr David Crichton

Column: Future of NHS depends on collaboration –

Unless you work with the NHS, your contract with the service is probably with front line workers like doctors and nurses.

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Pit winding wheel alongside Denabys Dearne Valley Leisure Centre

Column: Key to good health is community activity

Living in a safe environment and having opportunities to be involved in local community life can be a big factor in being able to enjoy good health.

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The Wedgwood china.

Antiques Column: Pretty tea sets with a limited value

Alarge percentage of tea servicefrom the nineteenth and twentieth centuries have limited value.

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In the Saddle: Kacey’s ‘back’ in the saddle

In the Saddle: Kacey’s ‘back’ in the saddle

After a shoulder injury I'm now riding my horse, April, again after some time out. Luckily for me though it wasn't serious unlike a friend of mine, Kacey Chapman, who broke her back whilst out competing in cross country.

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Column: Yes sir, I can boogie, but don’t judge me!

Column: Yes sir, I can boogie, but don’t judge me!

Tripping the light fantastic says more about you and your potential partner than you think, according to experts.

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Axholme Tails: Use rewards effectively

Axholme Tails: Use rewards effectively

During training sessions we hear the sounds of praising and rewarding. But its not just about learning in class its what we do out of it that’s as important.

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COLUMNIST: Give it some wellies this half term in Sheffield

February can be a horrible month. The weather is mostly manky, spring can feel a long way off, and no matter where you go you’re either wearing to many layers or not enough.

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Mark Johnson (left) and Raymond Humphreys who both have a learning disability and former Healthwatch Doncaster official, Kay Kirk

Column: Value the learning disability community

People with a learning disability are some of the most valuable members of our society, yet for many years they have, arguably, received a ‘Cinderella’ health service.

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Antiques Column: Changing trend for men’s jewellery

Antiques Column: Changing trend for men’s jewellery

Until the late 18th century men actually wore as much jewellery as women, but during the early 19th century, following the lead of the popular British dandy Beau Brummell, trends moved towards more simple clothing and minimal jewellery which was restricted to tie pins, cufflinks and rings.

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Column: When is a reward not a reward?

Column: When is a reward not a reward?

In dog training its important we understand what a “reward” and what a “punisher” is and when to use them. They have an impact on whether or not a dog repeats a particular behaviour.

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COLUMN: Increasing concern about the cost and quality of home care, say Sheffield health chiefs

Care at home really makes a difference to people - it’s often the difference between staying in your own home and being in residential care.

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Doncaster Royal Infirmary

Column: DRI achieving teaching hospital status

When it comes to improving health care in Doncaster, the addition of a single word to the name of our local hospital trust is set to make a big difference for local patients in many ways.

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Donald Trump

Column: Division in our hearts and minds now real

All my life, without fear or favour, I have stood against all forms of discrimination, racism, anti-semitism, islamophobia, homophobia, sexism; basically, all forms of hate, without compromise, irrespective of the consequences.

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Cheryl Cole performing at Sheffield Arena

Column: The sisters are doing it for themselves

Kylie has one hanging off her arm, and so does Kate Moss. Madonna is the queen of them all, but I’m not talking about designer handbags, I’m talking about toyboys.

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In the Saddle: Little foal to little man

In the Saddle: Little foal to little man

Well, as you might well remember back in November last year I bought my last horse which was also my first foal. He's male and I always knew when the time was right we would be castrating him - turning him from being a baby stallion to a what's known in the horse world as a 'gelding'.

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COLUMNIST: Dyslexic? You are not on your own

I was diagnosed with dyslexia in 2005.

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Richard Conroy

MY FAVOURITE THINGS: Yorkshire building constructor Richard Conroy shares his passions

Yorkshire man born and bred, Richard Conroy grew up in Holmfirth and went to school in Wakefield.

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The falls rapid response team

Column: 2,500 Doncaster residents over 65 were treated after falling

It’s that time of the year when it’s easy to stumble as footpaths are often icy and slippy.

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Column: Train, don’t blame, the dogs

Column: Train, don’t blame, the dogs

It is often suggested when the dog is doing something we don’t want or not doing something we do want then it’s all down to the dog making that decision.

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