Artist looking for 12 more miners' faces to go down in history on Doncaster pits memorial

The hunt is on to find a dozen former Doncaster miners - with the aim of handing them a place in the town's history which will last down the ages.
Gables resident Paul Foley, is one of a group of residents concerned about the parking arrangements. Picture:  Marie Caley

Anger over parking ban outside residents homes on flagship Doncaster town centre estate

Furious residents are embroiled in a row with developers - after on street parking was banned outside their homes on a high profile Doncaster housing development.

Ron Curry MBE, pictured with the Frieze that was on th former Gaumont Cinema. Picture: NDFP Frieze MC 5

Doncaster cinema frieze is on show at museum at last and set for restoration

This is a piece of Doncaster's cinematic heritage, back on public view for the first time in years - and now set for a major clean-up.

Doncaster hospital A&E secure under new regional health plan but changes possible in maternity and child medicine

The future of Doncaster's A&E department under is secure under a regional hospital services review - but changes remain possible in other services.

Carl Hall, Dean Wiffen and Lorna Reeve raised awareness of Doncaster's big for games at the Rugby League World Cup at the Great Yorkshire Show

Doncaster team gets up close to the World Cup

This was the moment campaigners fighting to bring the world cup to Doncaster got up close to the prize.


New action to help town centre criminals away from crime

Police are drawing up a list of Doncaster's most prolific shoplifters as part of a wider scheme to curb crime and antisocial behaviour in the town centre.


Fake phone alert after Doncaster town centre scam reported

A Doncaster town centre trickster has conned a shopper out of £100 with a fake mobile smartphone that does not work.

Conservation volunteer David Carroll, pictured at Potteric Carr.Picture: NDFP Carroll MC 2

Royal invite for Doncaster nature lover saved by heart op

David Carroll had a tough time at school.


Opening of £1.5m Doncaster training centre keeps mechanics up to speed with computer age technology

Times are changing in the car industry - and that is keeping the staff busy in a unit on a Doncaster industrial estate.

Doncaster NHS Round Table event 'Byline:  DEAN ATKINS

'Less pressure on A&E and quicker GP appointments' hope for Doncaster

Plans to bring in new out-of-hours doctors appointments at local hubs across Doncaster could ease pressure on A&E and allow patients to see doctors more quickly, say experts.


Rail firm bidding to bring back traditional skills to famous Doncaster site

With around 1,400 staff, it is Doncaster's biggest private sector employer.

The opening of the Empress Rooms in Mexborough. Submitted picture

Doncaster dance hall dating back to 20s gets new lease of life

It was once the place to go for young men and women looking for a dance.

Ridgewood School Executive Leaders, pictured. Picture: Marie Caley NDFP SchoolFocus-Ridgewood MC 3

Ridgewood School, Doncaster, set to expand as it marks 50 years teaching

The final stretch of the M1 motorway between Rotherham and Leeds had just been completed. Protests again the Vietman war were taking place, and just a couple of months earlier, the last steam train service had been ended by British Railways.

XP school pupils L-r Caitlin Lofthouse, 14, Courtney Holdridge, 11 and Ashley Czerwionka, 12, pictured with their posters. Picture: Marie Caley NDFP Rugby Posters MC 2

Youngsters join bid to bring World Cup to Doncaster

World Cup? Bring it to Doncaster!


Doncaster artists' exhibition dreams come true

Nearly 60 years ago, Barry Millington had high hopes of becoming an artist.

'Significant concerns' over emergency care at DRI raised by inspectors

Government inspectors say they have some 'significant concerns' over emergency care at Doncaster Royal Infirmary.


Look at the the planned £130,000 memorial to Doncaster's miners

This is how a £130,000 memorial to Doncaster's proud mining industry will look - if the cash can be raised.

Staff at The Point Arts Centre in Doncaster

Major artist exhibition coming to Doncaster under deal with Tate and National Galleries of Scotland

Bosses at a Doncaster arts centre have confirmed a deal with two of Britain's biggest art galleries which will bring a major exhibition to the borough.

Michelle Cook and her husband Paul, pictured beside the grave of her parents and her brother at Redhouse Cemetery. Picture: Marie Caley NDFP Cook MC 2

Look why a Doncaster family was furious over 'damage' to a loved one's grave

All grieving Doncaster daughter Michelle Cook wanted to do was pay her Fathers' Day respects to the dad she lost two years ago.

Residents' concerns over plans to develop flats and restaurants on five acres of land next to the water at Doncaster Lakeside

Plans have been drawn up to develop flats and restaurants on five acres of land next to the water at Doncaster Lakeside, causing concern for residents.

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