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Good spuds are our nation's fave veg

Spuds are good according to vegetable poll that puts celery bottom of the pile.

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Salmon's Return.

Would you leap at the chance to try Sheffield brewery's new 'salmon beer'?

A Sheffield brewery has created a unique beer to celebrate the progress of an ambitious project that aims to bring salmon back to the River Don.

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Party popper or pooper?

QUIZ: Are you Christmas party popper or pooper?

As health experts recommend festive office parties be scrapped for booze-free bonding, we ask what type of party animal are you?

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Michael Ball and Alfie Boe.

LIVE REVIEW: Michael Ball and Alfie Boe are sparkling double diamonds at South Yorkshire show

So, two polar opposites of musical styles and voices collide on the Michael Ball and Alfie Boe tour Together, which rolled into Sheffield City Hall last weekend.

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Success on a plate

FOOD REVIEW: Magnificent 7 eatery adds up to flavoursome fine fusion

It's a case of yo ho ho and a booty of rum as an ‘elegant and exceptional’ venue aims to spice up your life.
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Emma Swann as Jack and Chris Hogben as Tracy.

PANTO REVIEW: Doncaster Cast's Jack and The Beanstalk is a giant success!

It's panto time again - oh yes it is!
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Cake ... and eat it?

QUIZ: Sweeter side of 'have cake and eat it'

If you're finding 'have cake and eat it' Brexit war of words too heavy to stomach, here's light relief in dessert shape of our tasty topical quiz.
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My View, Dr David Crichton: Doncaster becoming more dementia friendly

My View, Dr David Crichton: Doncaster becoming more dementia friendly

Doncaster continues its progress to be a Dementia Friendly borough and many individuals, organisations and businesses are playing their part in making it happen.

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Doncaster Branch of Wellbeing of Women helping to fundraise

Big hearted ladies from Doncaster raise a cup for charity

Big hearted ladies from Doncaster raised a cup for charity when they generated funds to find new and better health cures for women.

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In the Saddle: Competing is very sociable

In the Saddle: Competing is very sociable

We had a lovely time a few weeks ago when we competed in showjumping at a local venue in Sykehouse. It's always good to get my horse out as usually I focus everything on my daughter and her pony.

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Beautiful view: Cityscape skyline

No fuss way to taste Düsseldorf

It was the best of times, it was the wurst of times.
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Food review at Parthenonas on London Road in Sheffield. Pictured is Maria Marmaridou.

Review: Get five-star value at a Greek classic

I hope you’re paying attention because we’re going to be doing this review in reverse order. Normally I’d tell you about the restaurant, owners and food and then at the very end I’d say for three courses and wine we paid £**.

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Flying Scotsman

On This Day 1934: The day loco broke a record

It was 82 years ago next week that a Doncaster-built locomotive roared into the record books and arguably cemented herself as the most famous steam engine of all time.

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Representatives from all the partner organisations taking part in the Safe Haven project

Safe haven for weekend revellers in Doncaster

A safe haven for drinkers and party goers in Doncaster who hurt themselves in the run up to Christmas will be launched in the next two weeks.

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The Sherlocks

Yorkshire Radio 1 stars The Sherlocks in tune with top DJ

Yorkshire indie stars The Sherlocks affirmed their Radio 1 status with a show in London with one of its top DJs.
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Vauxhall Mokka X

Vauxhall Mokka X now has even more sales potential.

VAUXHALL has launched an updated Mokka which has been named Mokka X being the first model to introduce the "X" segment identifier for future Vauxhall SUV and crossover vehicles with prices starting at £17,590.

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Star Retro wants your 1974 memories

1974: We want YOUR memories

We welcome all our audience's recollections from 42 autumns ago.

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Her Majesty The Queen.

Column: Royals should pay their own repair bill

Thousands of people have signed an online petition calling for the Royal family to pay for the £369 million repairs to Buckingham Palace themselves. At risk of being thrown in the tower along with the 120,000 others who have signed it, I say hear, hear.

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Mike Fraine of Froneri presents ther award to Chris Winter (centre) and Nina Rogers of Yorkshire Sculture Park

Yorkshire Sculpture Park is country’s top attraction in UK’s biggest tourism awards

A record-breaking year has earned a top Yorkshire attraction outstanding recognition in the White Rose Awards.

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