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Author whose Isle life shapd her writing skills set to launch new book

Time spent as a child in the Isle shaped the writing skills of an author who launches her new book next month.

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TRAVEL ALERT: Delays at Doncaster Railway Station due to power failure

Train passengers are being advised of service disruption at Doncaster Railway Station this morning.

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Appeal to trace South Yorkshire owner of stolen rose gold iPhone 6

The rightful owner of a rose gold iPhone 6 is being urged to come forward after it was suspected to have been stolen.

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Town ward Councillors Dave Shaw, John McHale and Sue Knowles, pictured by the alleyway between Beechfield Road and Apley Road, in Hyde Park, which has recently been fitted with gates. Picture: Marie Caley

Council aims to cut crime in Doncaster with new alley gates

Doncaster Council plans to install more gates on the end of alleyways in an attempt to cut crime and fly-tipping.
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Motorists are being advised that all lanes between junction 3 and junction 2 southbound of the M18, near Doncaster,are closed as a result of the accident.

BREAKING: All lanes closed on Doncaster motorway due to accident

All lanes are currently closed on a Doncaster stretch of motorway due to a road traffic collision that took place earlier this afternoon.
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PLANNING: See what’s happening on your street...

Here are the latest planning applications received by North Lincolnshire Council.

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Charlie Ryde, aged 8, of Doncaster, with his mum Debbie Ryde and dad Neil Walmsley. Charlie has autism and is learning to be a racing car driver.

Doncaster youngster Charlie is set for life in the fast lane as a racing car driver

An autistic boy who has a life-long passion for Formula One racing has been given an award for his own driving skills.

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Arthur the cat, who was found with a head injury in 2016 and been given a second chance at life after being treated by RSPCA staff at the RSPCA South Yorkshire Animal Centre at Bawtry, Doncaster.

Cat’s second chance at life in Doncaster

A cat who was found with a head injury has been given a second chance at life after being treated by RSPCA staff.

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Squash is a ‘great’ sport to teach, say Doncaster brothers

Two Doncaster brothers with a life-long passion for squash are set to coach the next generation of players of the sport.

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Paddy Mellon, general manager at the Frenchgate Shopping Centre, Doncaster.

Enjoy art and poetry while you shop at Doncaster Frenchgate centre

Doncaster talent will be in the frame at Frenchgate as the shopping centre opens up a new exhibition space later this month.

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Doncaster healthcare worker steps up to beat cancer

A maternity support worker at Doncaster Royal Infirmary is undertaking Cancer Research UK’s 10,000 steps a day challenge to raise funds to help in the fight against the disease.

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Could you join the line up? Firefighter recruitment opens

Could you join the line up? Firefighter recruitment opens

The waiting is almost over. Thousands of people are expected to jump online on Monday 27 March when the two week recruitment window opens at noon for the next full-time firefighter training course.

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College celebrates apprentices at awards ceremony

North Lindsey College has celebrated the success of apprentices at an annual awards ceremony for their fantastic achievements with local employers in the community.

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International recognition for Doncaster cardiac service

International recognition for Doncaster cardiac service

A cardiac service at Doncaster and Bassetlaw Teaching Hospitals has been awarded an internationally recognised accreditation, which it will hold for the next five years.

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Doncaster’s Street Beat Elite perform at Yorkshire annual showcase

On Saturday April 1, Leeds’ West Yorkshire Playhouse will be bursting with talented teenagers as over 300 of Yorkshire’s young choreographers and dancers come together to perform.

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Green-fingered Doncaster gardener creates little oasis of tranquillity

Green-fingered Doncaster gardener creates little oasis of tranquillity

A green fingered gardener has created a little oasis of tranquillity at a Swallownest unit for people with mental health needs, thanks to a programme of vocational support for patients.

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Can Doncaster & District Guide Dogs count on you?

Can Doncaster & District Guide Dogs count on you?

A well-established group of fundraisers are searching for volunteers to help them raise money for Guide Dogs for the Blind.

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Easter fun with Nutty Norman at Isle monthly market

A special Easter Crowle market takes place on Saturday, April 8, between 9am and 1pm in the Market Square.

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Police are urging Doncaster residents to secure their properties as a crime wave sweeps across the town

Lock up, police say, as cars stolen across Doncaster

Opportunistic thieves are taking advantage of lax security in homes in a crime wave sweeping through Doncaster.
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Humberside’s chief fire officer to retire this year

Dene Sanders, Chief Fire Officer and Chief Executive of Humberside Fire and Rescue Service, is to retire later this year.

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