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REVIEW: Runderwear to the rescue for sportswomen

If, like me, you struggle to find the perfect pants to exercise in, then look no further.

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The comfortable seating in the Premium Lounge

REVIEW: Start your holiday in style at Doncaster Sheffield Airport's Premium Lounge

Jetting off on a foreign holiday is always an exciting event but even more so when you can start your trip in style.

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Chance to win fantastic Yorkshire Day prizes

Chance to win fantastic Yorkshire Day prizes

In celebration of Yorkshire Day, which takes place annually on August 1, businesses in the market town of Bawtry have put together a fantastic competition prize worth over £400.

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Review: New lantern is a must for campers

For fans of all things camping there is a fabulous new accessory on the market which is a must buy.

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A 1970s living room

VIDEO: A glimpse of British homes through the decades

Despite our lives and homes having dramatically changed over the last 40 years, new research released today finds that Brits are finding it hard to part with some of their decades-old house features.

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Top Ten Things To Do w/c July 27

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FOOD: Sheffield craft chocolate company wins international award

FOOD: Sheffield craft chocolate company wins international award

The Academy of Chocolate celebrated the winners of its 2017 Awards at a truly glittering party in London’s legendary Claridge’s on Wednesday 19th July, bringing together the crème de la crème chocolate world.

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New menu at the Common Room on Division Street

Food review: Simple menu a step forward for Common Room

The huge and varied menus offered by a lot of food pubs these days can often bewilder, with choice turning into a burden for the indecisive customer.

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Column: Financial and emotional cost of cancer

Column: Financial and emotional cost of cancer

Cancer care is something I’m very involved with, both at a strategic level in helping develop new services, but also as a local GP caring for patients.

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The Britain First Party stage a march through the streets of Rotherham. Police escort and guide the march

Column: Nobody is born to hate - they are taught

Hate crime is on the increase, particularly where it is recorded properly and authorities have the confidence of people.

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Antiques Column

Antiques Column

Dresden does not refer to a particular maker, but rather a combination of at least forty porcelain workshops in and around the city of Dresden in Germany, which became a major centre for the production of porcelain.

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Column: That’s a wheelie, wheelie smart move

Column: That’s a wheelie, wheelie smart move

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Danny Jaques

Favourite Things: So many little treasures across retail and leisure

Danny Jaques is a 38 year old radio dispatcher who also works as a retail volunteer at city homeless charity Emmaus Sheffield, the working community with quality, self-contained accommodation, training facilities and a workspace for previously homeless men and women aged 18 years and over.

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REVIEW: Our perfect escape to tranquil haven of 315 Bar and Restaurant...

I’ve literally never been this relaxed in my entire life.

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Thomas Howes during 'What the Dickens Returns' in 2011

Downton Abbey star Thomas Howes talks about his favourite things about his home town Doncaster

Born in Woodlands, Thomas Howes began his career at the Doncaster Little Theatre, but he is now a Screen Actor’s Guild Award-winning actor of stage and screen. He has also launched his own theatre company.

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The concert will help benefit Boobs and Brass.

Doncaster brass band fans set to be treated to all-star concert this weekend

A string of stars from the world of brass band music will descend on Doncaster this weekend for a fundraising spectacular.

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Win tickets to see Ocean Colour Scene rock races

Win tickets to see Ocean Colour Scene rock races

It could be the day you caught the band ... as well as the train

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Angling isn't quite the catch it used to be for youngsters.

FAMILY COLUMN: Getting the kids hooked on the joys of fishing

In this day of smartphones, tablets, PCs, games consoles and big tellies, they reckon traditional pastimes will soon be a thing of the past.

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Amur Tigers spent the day doing what they do best, enjoying their pools and lakes at the Yorkshire Wildlife Park. Picture: David Roberts

A chance to go wild at top South Yorkshire Wildlife Park

A really wild experience can be enjoyed by all the family if they visit the Yorkshire Wildlife Park this summer.

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Dower House spicy selection

Dower power: currying favour for quarter of a century

Bangladeshi cooking doesn't come much better than at a long established Bawtry eatery.

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