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Move down the carriage: 3.7million squeeze through Doncaster station

Doncaster train station has been named as the fifth busiest in the county, after it received more than 3.7million visitors this year.

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The winners and runners up at the Doncaster Business Awards 2016.

Doncaster Business Awards 2016: Meet the winners

The winners of the 18th annual Doncaster Business Awards 2016, sponsored by Origin Broadband, were announced at a glittering ceremony last night.

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Coca Cola truck's Doncaster visit. Photo: Ben Harrison

Holidays are coming ... and so are your South Yorkshire Coca Cola truck photos

iconic Coca Cola truck drew an estimated 20,000 fans from across South Yorkshire.

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New police officers are being recruited in South Yorkshire

Police officer recruitment drive launched in South Yorkshire

A recruitment drive has been launched for a new wave of police officers in South Yorkshire.
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From Monday rail passengers in Doncaster will be able to use platform zero, located at the end of the train station near to the Frenchgate shopping centre.

Doncaster rail station steams towards opening of new platform

Doncaster’s proud rail history is on track for another landmark moment as it steams towards the opening of a new platform, following a multi-million pound cash injection.

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Crab & Moo owner John Din collected accolade

CRAB FAB: South Yorkshire restaurant scoops latest top award

An award-winning South Yorkshire restaurant has won another coveted accolade.
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Public squares, public art, housing and shops all feature in plans to transform the area around Doncaster Station.

FEATURE: New station will be gateway to Doncaster's future

​Public squares, public art, housing and shops all feature in plans to transform the area around Doncaster Station.

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Bah humbug when it comes to hitting festive bar in South Yorkshire

South Yorkshire's festive party animals have gone soft ... OFFICIAL!

Sheffield is no-show among the county's Christmas hardest partiers.
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Sheffield Futures.

Sheffield firms get creative for charity

Businesses across Sheffield are finding new creative ways to give back to the community this Christmas.

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Sheffield firms roll the dice for charity

Sheffield firms roll the dice for charity

The dice were rolling and the roulette wheel spinning at a fundraising casino night in aid of two charities.

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RETURN of Post Office services to Wirksworth.

Economic development ‘overriding’ protection of National Parks, says report

Short-term economic priorities are overriding long-established protections and allowing inappropriate development in England’s National Parks, according to a new report by Sheffield Hallam University.

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Hannah Duraid, managing director of the Great Escape Game, receives her award for UK Young Entrepreneur of the Year from Griselda Togobo, managing director of leading women's business support organisation Forward Ladies.

Sheffield entrepreneur in triple award win

A young Sheffield entrepreneur is celebrating after scoring an awards hat-trick - picking up three prestigious wins at two business ceremonies in just one day.

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Apprentice James Stringer.

New generation helping to drive forward £60m Meadowhall redevelopment

The next generation of builders are playing a key role in the £60 million refurbishment of Meadowhall Shopping Centre as the number of apprentices working on the project has tripled in the last six months.

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Tata Steel in Stocksbridge

Speciality Steels not part of deal

Steel unions say they have a commitment from Tata to secure the future of jobs and production at Port Talbot and other steelworks across the UK – but the deal does not cover South Yorkshire.

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Police issue advice about winter driving after six cars get smashed up

Police issue advice about winter driving after six cars get smashed up

After yesterday’s chaos on the A180 here is a timely reminder to all drivers of the dangers of driving in the winter and especially fog.

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Residents living on a Doncaster estate which could be demolished to make way for a proposed HS2 line say uncertainty over its future is making them ill.

'HS2 stress is making us ill,' say Doncaster residents

Residents living on a Doncaster estate which could be demolished to make way for a proposed HS2 line say uncertainty over its future is making them ill.

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May the fourth be with you - extra motorway lane opens

LOOK SMART: South Yorkshire drivers try extra motorway lane

Today sees launch of South Yorkshire M1 fourth lane in £15 billion upgrade.
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Workers represented by Unite the Unionat the Doncaster waste transfer station in Sandal Stones Road,Kirk Sandall are set to walk out on Monday, December 12.

Over 130 workers at Doncaster waste transfer station set to walk out on strike

More than 130 workers at a Doncaster waste transfer station are set to go out on a one-day strike in a row over pay and conditions.
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Abbie Plummer

World class research centre showcased at Made in Sheffield exhibition

The Made in Sheffield exhibition at the Millennium Gallery showcases some of the city’s top innovators in industry and manufacture.

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Richard Hannigan

Council set to access more competitive water market

The non-residential water supply market is due to become more competitive in April 2017. North Lincolnshire Council is preparing to access this market by joining forces with other regional authorities.

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