Unite’s members working for the Yorkshire ambulance service are set to take strike action again next month in the dispute over patient safety.
Three women have been arrested on suspicion of loitering for the purpose of prostitution in Doncaster.
A man had to be persuaded to leave his burning home in Doncaster last night.
Lives could be placed at risk if further cuts to Humberside Fire and Rescue Service are implemented, the Fire Brigades Union has warned.
A family has been left devastated after cancer medication and charity sponsorship money were stolen when their home was burgled.
A milestone target has been reached in a fund-raising mission to send a youngster to America for surgery that could help her walk for the first time.
Epworth’s residents and traders will have the chance to speak out about plans for a new supermarket at an Open Public Meeting next week.
The number of social enterprise start-ups has plummeted in Doncaster in the economic gloom, according to the town’s leading voluntary organisation.1 comment
A charity 5km run organised by a Doncaster car dealer proved to be a wheely great success for sick youngsters.
St Leger winner Encke has been banned from racing after becoming the most high-profile Godolphin stable horse to fail a drugs test.
The proprietor of a Doncaster bar faced the music at London’s High Court after the playing of recorded music at his venue was banned by one of the country’s top judges.1 comment
Tributes have been paid to a soldier who was killed in a car crash as police confirmed his pal has also died from his injuries days after the accident.
A pioneering hospital ward is using simple techniques to improve the care of people with dementia.
Three people have been charged with attempted murder after a man was gunned down.
Labour Euro MPs today voted for strong proposals to tackle tax dodgers, calling for action to stem the 1 trillion Euros (850 billion pounds) lost to public finances due to tax fraud and avoidance.
A South Yorkshire man has died from a suspected heart attack while diving at a wreck off Sardinia.
A 41-year-old Doncaster man is receiving treatment for a fractured skull and a bleed on the brain after being attacked whilst sleeping rough.
More than £7,000 was raised in memory of a young Doncaster teacher on Friday.
Mayor Ros Jones has joined the fight to save women’s football team Doncaster Rovers Belles from a controversial league restructuring plan.1 comment
Doncaster’s iconic Vulcan bomber has roared into the skies once more on its first flight of 2013.1 comment
A grieving son claims his dad should have been on ‘suicide watch’ at a Doncaster hospital after making two attempts on his life when his wife left him following a secret internet romance.2 comments
The price of the paper has gone up but there’s a way to get your Bells for less - with a voucher for popular family restaurant Frankie and Benny’s also forming part of the bargain.
A leading Northern Rail boss has reacted angrily to plans for its the National union of Rail Maritime and Transport Northern employees to strike.
A teenager who spent five years battling a rare liver cancer is jetting off on a once-in-a-lifetime trip to Uganda.
Doncaster College floristry student Sabina Abraham really has got flower power.
Plans to create a dementia-friendly care environment at Doncaster hospitals are being unveiled today.1 comment
The grieving family of a pensioner are demanding answers after claiming a ‘do not resuscitate order’ was put on her file without their consent.1 comment
One of the most prestigious housing development sites in Doncaster has finally been sold after lying derelict for more than six years.
Counterfeit clothing worth £500 has been seized in a raid on a Doncaster house.
Sporting pupils at Bentley High Street Primary were hit for six when their local MP presented them with new equipment.
Two railworkers had a lucky escape this morning when a van drove into a hydraulic platform they were working on at Clay Lane, Doncaster.
Residents raised their mugs at a coffee morning at the Pastures Lodge in Mexborough to support Montagu Hospital’s Aurora Centre.
Members of Crowle Town Council want to see more done to let people know they are in the Isle of Axholme.
Hard working dance school youngsters paid tribute to the memory of a former pupil by raising nearly £10,000 for cancer charities.
North Lincolnshire residents will have the chance to hear about developments in the NHS next week.
A couple’s dream wedding anniversary holiday turned into a nightmare after their plane home caught fire and had to make an emergency landing.1 comment
A group of 53 Nigerian bishops made a recent trip to the Isle to discover more about John and Charles Wesley, who are credited with founding Methodism.
An Isle of Axholme farm has drawn up plans to build an extra hen house.
The health trust which looks after mental healthcare for the Isle holds its next meeting this month.
Two people have come forward with an offer to take on clean-up work around Crowle.
Multi-million selling girl band The Saturdays will live up to their name when they arrive in Doncaster for a huge outdoor concert tonight.1 comment
Music fans can look forward to a feast of fun today as the ever-popular Fake Festival returns to Sandall Park.1 comment
Legendary Last Of The Summer Wine and Open All Hours creator Roy Clarke has written a new chapter in his career.
Two care assistants have been found guilty of mistreating severely disabled patients in their care at a Doncaster hospital.
HUNDREDS lined Derwent Reservoir to remember the heroic Dambusters of World War Two as a Lancaster bomber flyover commemorated the 70th anniversary of the famous RAF raid.
An armed robber has denied murder by stabbing a man in the heart and claimed he only intended to “scare” his victim with the knife, a court heard.
Boy band sensations One Direction - featuring Doncaster’s Louis Tomlinson have announced a huge 2014 world tour.
A former soldier from Doncaster will learn today if he is to be jailed for his part in a sophisticated computer hacking network which stole sensitive data from across the world.1 comment
An MP has called on the Government to take urgent action to tackle long-term unemployment in Barnsley.
Tickhill staged its annual scarecrow festival earlier this month. Our picture shows Connie (left) and Tilly Boyd, of Armthorpe, admiring a scarecrow inspired by Kate, the Duchess of Cambridge.
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Friday 24 May 2013
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