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Free cinema evening at Tinsley Picture Palace

Tinsley Picture Palace is hosting a free cinema evening on Thursday, April 27, 6.30-8.30pm.

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Panoramic view of Sheffield city from the amphitheatre

Go back in time at Sheffield’s Amphichill

Chill out and go back in time at AmphiChill, Sheffield’s first Big Vintage Brunch.

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In the Saddle: For the love of an Appaloosa

In the Saddle: For the love of an Appaloosa

Since getting my baby Appaloosa foal last year, I've joined the British Appaloosa Society, with whom my spotty boy is registered with and it appears I'm not the only one dotty over my spotty.

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Column: Thinking about buying a dog?

Column: Thinking about buying a dog?

Puppies are cute bundles of fluff and once you’ve seen that cute ‘pick me’ look there’s no going home without one. It’s easy to fall in love with a dog. They bring us joy, companionship and stress relief, although they bring stress too.

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Before every bank holiday we try and raise local awareness of the health services that are available in Doncaster if you need help at short notice. These are called unplanned care services.

Column: Bank holiday health services on offer

Before every bank holiday we try and raise local awareness of the health services that are available in Doncaster if you need help at short notice.

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Column: Millennials need to get to grips with basics

Column: Millennials need to get to grips with basics

A survey has revealed that a shocking one in five people don’t know how to boil an egg. A poll of over 2,000 adults revealed that many struggle with basic tasks, including how to change a light bulb.

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RETRO: New project puts spotlight on Sheffield’s tradition of protest

In 2017 barely a day goes by without news of a protest occurring somewhere across the world.

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RETRO: Sheffield bowling club still together after 50 years

RETRO: Sheffield bowling club still together after 50 years

It all started in 1967.

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Antiques Column: The Georgians loved their desserts

Antiques Column: The Georgians loved their desserts

Within the field of glass collecting, drinking glasses have always commanded the greatest interest from enthusiasts, but there is a whole sphere of glass production which is equally as exciting and readily available to the collector.

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Christine Walkden. Picture: HOWARD WALKER � IPC MEDIA

Get your green fingers ready for the Garden Lovers Fayre in South Yorkshire

Rotherham town centre will host an inspirational and informative gardening experience this spring.

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Sheffield band High Hazels.

Sheffield band celebrate Record Store Day

Sheffield favourites High Hazels will mark Record Store Day with a special set.

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American soul singer Tommy Hunt.

Sheffield show for soul star Tommy Hunt

Veteran soul star Tommy Hunt is preparing for a special Sheffield show.

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Scots Pine's inviting exterior (Photo: Sally's Cottages, Jo Crompton)

TRAVEL: Speaking volumes about Lakes break

As with local wordsmith William Wordsworth's famous daffodils, there's "host" of reasons why Lake District remains superior stay-cation destination.
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Iron Hague in ring

Retro: Day that Doncaster boxer became national champion

It was in this month, 1909, that a young boxer from Mexborough reached the pinnacle of his career, to become the Heavyweight Champion of England.

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New mobile 'interactive walking trail' app launched

Walk through Doncaster’s wartime history with new app

Step back in time and explore the hidden history of First World War Doncaster and its surrounding towns and villages, on new interactive walking trails.

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This photograph, taken in 1910 by Luke Bagshaw and Son, shows Doncaster's North Bridge.

RETRO: The changing face of Doncaster high street

This week we have delved into our archives to bring you some fabulous pictures of Doncaster in days gone by.

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Join in the Easter fun

Easter activities

Chatsworth: Spring animals, egg hunts and an Eggspress trailer ride

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Award winning Yorkshire Wildlife Park's animals were keeping their cool  on the hottest day of the year so far.

Animals at Yorkshire Wildlife Park keep their cool in the spring sun

Yorkshire Wildlife Park’s animals were keeping their cool on Sunday on the hottest day of the year so far.

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Dominic Beck

Competition to inspire South Yorkshire tenants and leaseholders to show off their gardens

Rotherham Council has launched its annual gardening competition in the run up to National Gardening Week, inviting council tenants and leaseholders to enter the popular contest.

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Patients are being asked to choose their care wisely

Column: Questions you need to ask your doctor

It’s important that you take as much responsibility for your health as possible, so this week I’m launching a new Doncaster-wide campaign to encourage you to ask these five questions when you discuss a health problem with your GP.

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