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Things don’t always go the way you plan. Our plan for Church View was well known, a vibrant hub for culture, creativity and the community in an iconic building in central Doncaster. Today, our plan requires a radical rethink. After almost a year of uncertainty, we can confirm that the European funding needed to complete ...
Looking for a job is always a frightening experience, especially in the current climate. At this difficult time, the modern Jobcentre Plus service is able to provide help and support with a variety of vacancies available.
Last year saw an increasing number of closures and potential redundancies. However, in 2010 the job market is improving with ...
2nd November 2010, 6:00pm – 8:30pm, Trades and Labour Club, 19 South Mall, Frenchgate Centre
Join us for our next NDC/ DCDT community debate brought to you by the Community Engagement Task Group.
Doncaster NDC explains how to get a head start in the job hunting race and make sure your CV is up to scratch. Your CV is the single most important weapon in your armoury when it comes to job hunting.
Aprospective employer will often make a snap judgement the second they read it and even the ...
Chief Superintendent Bob Sanderson has worked for South Yorkshire Police since he was a cadet at the age of 16. Working his way through the ranks, Bob gained a degree in Law, and also dedicates his time to teaching football to youngsters across South Yorkshire.
There seems to be more fear of crime than actual crime, ...
A number of houses in Doncaster have been given an environmentally friendly makeover and the owners are now looking for ‘green’ tenants.
The 31 properties, owned by Doncaster Central Development Trust (DCDT) include a range of energy efficiency boosting features designed to reduce their energy consumption, which in turn will reduce the home’s carbon footprints and running costs.