Column: It’s now time to right this historic wrong

“My freedom is connected to yours”- incredibly profound words from a refugee that I met in Brussels, who now spends his life campaigning for the human protections and rights of others.

National Black Cat Day

National Black Cat Day celebrates misunderstood monochrome moggies

Forget blondes, when it comes to felines most people think gingers and tabbies are most fun.

Staff at Frenchgate Shopping Centre outside of one dementia friendly store, Lush

Frenchgate Shopping Centre helps dementia sufferers in Doncaster

A dementia friendly environment is the aim of staff at Frenchgate Shopping Centre determined to make it a more welcoming destination.

Antiques Column with Michael Dowse: From stylish copies to classic designs

Antiques Column with Michael Dowse: From stylish copies to classic designs

The Loetz company was established in 1840 by Johann Loetz in the Czech Republic and after his heirs sold it on.

Dr Asem Ali with

Dedicated stroke team at Scunthorpe Hospital aiming to educate on stroke prevention

World Stroke day was held last Saturday and with this in mind Dr Asem Ali at Scunthorpe Hospital is urging people to be aware of the signs of a stroke.

halloween at Farmer's Farm Shop in Westwoodside

Spooktacular frightfest of family entertainment at Farmer’s Farm Shop in Westwoodside

A spooktastic event with a frightfest of family entertainment will be taking place at Farmer’s Farm Shop in Westwoodside on Saturday, October 29.

Signature crab dish

REVIEW: Crabsolutely fabulous surf 'n' turf fine dining

Surf 'n' turf is order of the day at an award-winning South Yorkshire eatery.

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Pumpkin Day: good gourd

Thank gourd ... it's Pumpkin Day!

Nothing represents October better than the orange squash that, within coming days, will transform into ghoulish Hallowe'en jack-o-lanterns (carving tips here).

Paul Moffat, Doncaster Childrens Services Trusts CEO, with Mrs Michelle Walton (Principal at Hillside Academy) with pupils

Doncaster pupils tackle domestic abuse issues

Primary pupils from across the district have been learning how to protect themselves from domestic abuse in a new education programme from Doncaster Children’s Services Trust.

My View, David Crichton: Jab could prevent life-threatening illness

My View, David Crichton: Jab could prevent life-threatening illness

It’s that time of year again to roll up a sleeve and have the annual flu vaccination if you are one of those people who is at increased risk of getting the disease. As you can see, I’ve had mine expertly given by my practice health care assistant Emma Deere.

Football facts and figures quiz

QUIZ: Sheffield, South Yorkshire and further afield football facts and figures

All our regional clubs feature - one unveiling new boss - in weekly posers pertaining to the beautiful game with spotlight also shone on Champions and Premier leagues, latter showcased by record goal spree footage as clue to one of 11 topical questions.

Triple killer Arthur Hutchinson (top) with his victims, from left, Basil, Avril and Richard Laitner.

The Dore Murders: Anniversary of Sheffield's most shocking crime - three killed and woman raped in family wedding day massacre

It was the most brutal and shocking crime in Sheffield's history - and this weekend marks the 33rd anniversary of when unimaginable horror came to the city's most exclusive suburbs.

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The aftermath of the flood outside The Stag Inn and Turner Wheel, Malin Bridge

Truth revealed at last in 150-year-old Sheffield flood victims mystery

The identities of two victims of the 1864 Sheffield Flood have finally been confirmed after more than 150 years.

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Ross Jarvie, partner at Fine & Country and Sarah White, proprietor of Bawtry Eye Academy

Bawtry Retail Association’s new recruits

A new chairman and vice-chairman have been chosen for the Bawtry Retail Association (BRA).

Head chef Ben Atkinson holds his Pumpkin pie dish at Spencer Arms, Cawthorne. Picture: Andrew Roe

Food Review: The Spencer Arms, Cawthorne, Barnsley

Would-be chefs given great insight as top professional takes them under his wing.

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Senior nurses at the August open days

Recruitment drive for experienced nurses with Northern Lincolnshire and Goole NHS Foundation Trust

Recruiment days to hire experienced nurses has been planned by Northern Lincolnshire and Goole NHS Foundation Trust.


Shiregreen gardening competition winners revealed

Shiregreen residents have celebrated their green success in Sanctuary Housing’s Gardening Competition.

Burts reaction to Fireworks

Doggy Tails: Fireworks anxiety tips

A lot of your dog’s misery can be avoided, or at least reduced if you prepare ahead before your dog turns into a quivering wreck on Bonfire Night.

Claire Algar, strategy and planning coordinator, in what will be the new endoscopy and lower GI unit

New patient unit at Scunthorpe Hospital

An exciting new £1.6 million project will see a dedicated endoscopy unit built at Scunthorpe Hospital.

Butcher Works, Arundel Street, Sheffield

Reveal picture - Stone trough just right of the chimney

Retro: The brothers who profited from horrors of Civil War

Hello campers!

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