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Teen girl gang facing crackdown by police over anti-social behaviour in Doncaster town centre

A crackdown on gangs of nuisance teenagers causing havoc in Doncaster town centre is underway after complaints from the public.
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Richard Young

US tourists boom ahead as Doncaster looks to cash in on Mayflower links

Better get ready - the Americans could be on their way to Doncaster in large numbers.

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Adwick Road, Mexborough

Action call over 'dangerous' parking on busy Doncaster road

Residents are calling for action over 'dangerous' parking on one of Mexborough's main roads.

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Expedition to Kilimanjaro to raise money for the Eve Merton Trust'Back row: l-r John Rotherham, Mick Shaw, Colin Smith, John McCormack, John Bramley. Front: Kev Roberts, Sean Davies

Climbing Kilimanjaro for teenager who died after leukaemia battle

Seven Doncaster pals are set to scale the tallest mountain in Africa in memory of a teenager who died after battling leukaemia.
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Expedition to Kilimanjaro to raise money for the Eve Merton Trust'Back row: l-r John Rotherham, Mick Shaw, Colin Smith, John McCormack, John Bramley. Front: Kev Roberts, Sean Davies

Climbing Kilimanjaro for teenager who died after leukaemia battle

Seven Doncaster pals are set to scale the tallest mountain in Africa in memory of a teenager who died after battling leukaemia.
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The launch of the Doncaster bid to host a Rugby League World Cup match in 2021

Doncaster bids to host games at 2021 Rugby League World Cup

Doncaster is set to bid to be a host town for the 2021 Rugby League World Cup.

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The planned library and museum at Waterdale, Doncaster

Backing for £349m investment plan, but Doncaster Council tax set to rise

Plans to invest nearly £349 million into high profile capital projects over the next three years have been approved by Doncaster Council's cabinet.

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Barnburgh and Harlington against HS2 Action Group held a day of action with helium balloons in place to show the height and width of the HS2 embankment when it goes through Barnburgh, Doncaster.

Campaigners meet with Doncaster mayor over HS2

Residents in a Doncaster village who fear they could have their peace shattered by HS2 have held a meeting with the mayor of Doncaster.

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L to r - Paul Trigg, Lidl Area Manager, Craig Stewart,  Lidl Head of Sales, Amy Johnson, Lidl Mexborough Store Manager and Sean Gibbons, MD of Food Aware

Lidl boost for our foodbank campaign

Supermarket chain Lidl has set up a deal to help hungry families in Doncaster.

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£3 million to toughen up our Doncaster children

Nearly £3 million is to be spent on toughening up Doncaster youngsters so they bounce back from adversity.

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Sylvia Robinson, of Auckley, Ian Ogley, of Wheatley Hills, Christopher Sanders, of Barnsley, Chris Ogley, of Wheatley Hills, andf Shirley Donnelly, of Bessacarr, have seen a busy period as volunteers at Doncaster Foodbank

Demand soars at Doncaster foodbank

Bosses at Doncaster Foodbank say demand has soared for food parcels since the start of the year.

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Mae Fox with her operation anniversary cake

Mae Fox marks fourth anniversary of operation to help her to walk

It's been a tough year  - but Doncaster youngster Mae Fox's family have celebrated the fourth anniversary of an operation that has helped her to walk.

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Silver Street, Doncaster town centre

Hallgate and Silver Street set to be transformed in major Doncaster re-development

Plans are being drawn up which could transform two of Doncaster's main night-time party streets.

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Police attend an address in Thorne to execute a warrant as part of Operation Sceptre. Picture: NDFP OpSceptre MC 1

Here are the terrifying weapons seized by police in Doncaster this week

Over 50 weapons have been seized by police so far in a crackdown on knife crime across Doncaster.

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Andrew Taylor, vice chairman, Tickhill Juniors, David Brookfield, land owner and farmer, Jeff Lockhart, chairman, Tickhill Juniors

Football pitches scheme to go ahead in town near Doncaster

A Doncaster community organisation has won its battle to create new football pitches in their home town.
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Mick Glynn, pictured by a Pot Hole on Hatfield High Street. Picture: Marie Caley Pot Holes MC 3

Hundreds of potholes must be filled in Doncaster's roads for Tour de Yorkshire

Hundreds of potholes have been put on a list to be filled across Doncaster to bring the roads up to standard for the Tour de Yorkshire later this year.

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Chris Geeson has become interim clerk at Thorne Moorends Town Council

Doncaster playground plan delayed after investigation

Bosses at a Doncaster town council have delayed plans for a major children's playground project - after questions were asked over contract tendering arrangements.

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Polskie Smaki, on Beckett Road, Doncaster

Shop selling cigarettes in Doncaster for £3.50 a pack has licence revoked

A Doncaster store has had its premises licence revoked after being caught selling illegal cigarettes.

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Left to right are market traders who have recently relocated to Doncaster Corn Exchange, Gail Goodwin, Joanne Carline, Derek Blacklaws, and Greta Deinton

Doncaster Corn exchange 'fullest it's been for years'

It's been surrounded by scaffolding for over a year - but inside it is fuller than it has been for a long time.

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Paul Maynard

Fears raised that HS2 minister change could delay compensation agreements in Doncaster

Community leaders fear a Government reshuffle could delay efforts to sort out compensation over HS2 in Doncaster.

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