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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, ...
More than 1550 visitors headed to this year’s Unity in the Community event – and enjoyed fun in the sun.
The event, organised by Doncaster Federation of Tenants and Residents Associations and supported by St Leger Homes of Doncaster,
was opened by nine-year-old Blythe Roberts of Cusworth.
The Time Machine and Grass Roots Grants attended the event for ...
LABOUR may have lost some of its majority but it has retained control of all seats in Doncaster during the 2010 General Election. Rosie Winterton polled 16,569 to retain her Doncaster Central seat while Labour’s Ed Miliband held on to his Doncaster North seat, with 19,637 votes and Caroline Flint polled 16,472 to retain her ...
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 ...
Doncaster Central Development Trust (DCDT) has appointed John Hill Associates Ltd as lead consultant for the next phase of its ‘green’ local housing scheme. The Trust has purchased 27 houses in the town to be renovated and updated with environmentally-friendly features. Phase one developed nine of the homes this year.
‘Everything has been said before but since nobody listens we have to keep going back and beginning all over again’ – Andre Gide 1896 – 1951
Between February and May 2010 we asked NDC residents how they felt about becoming more physically active, stopping smoking and achieving educational achievements. This is what they told us. Are You Listening?