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Sheffield rocker returns to TV's Take Me Out in bid to land celebrity date

A self-described wild rocker and womaniser from Sheffield is set to return to TV dating show Take Me Out this weekend in a bid to bag himself a celebrity date.
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Column: Spring is in the air . . . so put it in your step!

Column: Spring is in the air . . . so put it in your step!

I started writing this whilst out on my walk with the dog this morning. The sun was shining in a clear blue sky. It was still and peaceful and I started to notice that nature was working really hard, all around me.

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Scales of Justice

Column: ‘Minorities do not get fair deal in justice’

The last two defendants in the Rotherham 12 case walked free on February 13 from Sheffield Crown Court.

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In the Saddle: A reason to smile

In the Saddle: A reason to smile

It's been time for the dentist this weekend at our house. Not for us but for the horses and no we don't take them to the dentist - the dentist comes to them.

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Latest league tables out today.

Column: We’ve all got a role to play in improving social mobility

I watched Generation Gifted BBC2’s recent exploration of social mobility which asked the question ‘can disadvantaged children succeed in the same way as their more affluent peers?’ with interest.

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And the ‘Teddy Bear’ was born

And the ‘Teddy Bear’ was born

America has always laid claim to being the birthplace of the “Teddy Bear”.

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Column: If you miss, others will miss out too

Column: If you miss, others will miss out too

A recent study has found that, every year, the number of people who miss a local hospital appointment would fill Doncaster Rovers’ Keepmoat Stadium to capacity more than three times over.

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Redundancy: its not the end of the world!

Column: Redundancy: it’s not the end of the world!

Last year I was made redundant for the third time in four years.
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Your loving ways could win you a fabulous prize in a Doncaster hotel

Your loving ways could win you a fabulous prize in a Doncaster hotel

It’s the most romantic time of the year - and we want to treat one special Valentine couple to some relaxing time together.

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

Column: Swish apartment with roof top cinema 100 minutes from central London - is this the millennials’ dream?

Swish town centre apartment in iconic listed building with roof top cinema just 200 metres from the railway station...the ad was certainly eye-catching.

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Jodie Prenger and Andrew Flintoff in Fat Friends.

Review: Former cricket legend Andrew Flintoff a big smash hit in Fat Friends in Sheffield

Thirteen years ago, cricketer Andrew "Freddie" Flintoff cemented himself as a national sporting treasure as he helped guide England to the Ashes.

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Column: ‘It is only light can drive out the darkness’

Column: ‘It is only light can drive out the darkness’

We’ve all heard the term “hate breeds hate” and when Darren Osbourne was convicted for 43 years for driving a van into a crowd of worshippers near a London mosque this phrase was confirmed. I followed his trial closely as I wanted to understand this man’s reasoning.

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Nile Rodgers.

Nile Rodgers and Chic announce huge Yorkshire outdoor summer show

Disco and dance legends Nile Rodgers and Chic have announced a huge summer outdoor show in Yorkshire.

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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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Review: Lilypad livens up breakfasts and brunches

Review: Lilypad livens up breakfasts and brunches

Breakfasting out is a relatively new trend for the British, but it seems to have caught on in a big way, if a trip to The Lilypad is anything to judge by.

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Fearless cyclists are gearing up to take part in a new race, that will see competitors face seven of Sheffield's toughest hills. Picture: The Outdoor City

Fearless cyclists gearing up to take part in new race that will see competitors tackle Sheffield's seven toughest hills

Fearless cyclists are gearing up to take part in a new race, that will see competitors face seven of Sheffield's toughest hills.
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Head chef Michele Magnotta at Proove with a magherita pizza. Picture: Andrew Roe

Sheffield’s Proove works hard for the homeless

A city pizza restaurant is prooving itself a real community force, by its staunch support for a scheme to help the homeless.

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Property feature. Home Farm, Burghwallis. Paddington Bear

End of Paddington Bear production in Doncaster

It is 20 years since the only British factory to make Paddington Bear soft toys closed its doors, but the character on which its business was based lives on, delighting children and adults alike.

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In the Saddle: Putting in the groundwork

In the Saddle: Putting in the groundwork

I've been doing some groundwork with my young horse, Sully, this week. He's still a yearling at the moment so I've been working on more desensitisation work.

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