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A Suzuki to set sales soaring

SMALL car specialist motor manufacturer Suzuki who enjoyed record UK sales last year is set to do even better in 2017 with new models such as the Ignis which is certain to provide a boost to their booming business in this country.

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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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NOSTALGIA: The changing face of Wincobank Hall

NOSTALGIA: The changing face of Wincobank Hall

When archaeologists excavated the site of Wincobank Hall in 2004, prior to the building of the Amaranthus development they recovered numerous diamond shaped fragments of glass from the leaded windows, now on display in Weston Park Museum.

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Matt Topping with dinky pies

Doncaster pies are in demand

Topping pies are going down under, to give new Zealanders a taste of Yorkshire cooking.

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South Yorkshire charity which provides lifeline for sexual and domestic abuse survivors wins Lottery backing

A Rotherham charity which provides a lifeline for hundreds of survivors of sexual and domestic abuse has won financial backing from the Big Lottery Fund.

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Managing director of Indian restaurant Neelagiree, Rex Oustine Jose

New Indian is part of town’s regeneration

Discerning diners in Rotherham have a brand new Indian restaurant to tickle their tastebuds.

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Food review at Pie-Eyed pop up cafe at Co-Working on Union Street. Pictured is Jack Norman from Pie-Eyed.

Food Review: Popping up with an eye for a good lunchtime pie in Sheffield

Pie really is a sought-after thing. At just shy of 2pm Jack Norman has only a single variety of his pastry creations left to sell.

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Doncaster flying ace inspired generations

It was in this month, in 1910, that a hero pilot of World War Two was born in London. But from the age of 13 Sir Douglas Bader grew up in Doncaster and so he has long been associated with the town.

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Painted Dog at Yorkshire Wildlife Park

Visit rare Painted Dogs at Yorkshire Wildlife Park

An adorable litter of endangered Painted Dogs will be thrilling visitors at Yorkshire Wildlife Park this February half term.

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New C4 Picasso Flair BlueHDi 120

New C4 Flair BlueHDi 120- a Picasso that Pablo would have been proud of

THE great Citroen renaissance continues apace with the new C4 Picasso MPV being the latest model to enter the expanding range of cars from the French firm that are reflecting the flair and styling of some earlier legendary Citroens.

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Britpop favourites Shed Seven and Cast team up for Sheffield concert date

Britpop favourites Shed Seven and Cast will join forces for a concert in Sheffield this winter.

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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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Charmain Gaud still has vivid memories of the Balby train disaster

Memories of Doncaster rail crash horror

A woman has told of her vivid memories of the horrific Balby Bridge rail disaster at Doncaster.

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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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Flipping fine way to win 200

Flipping pan-tastic way to win £200 in South Yorkshire

If you're simply the best, batter than all the rest, South Yorkshire kitchenware stores are place for you.
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Can you resist sweet treats during March DECHOX charity campaign?

Our daily diet is shockingly choc-a-bloc with sweet treats

Startling statistics show a third of us daily devour chocolate for breakfast, lunch AND dinner!
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