Friday May 17
Retro To Go
The week at WowHaus: Retro properties for sale you might have missed
While not every house on WowHaus is a retro home, we've found quite a lot of 20th century properties in the last week or so - too many to flag up here.
Wed May 15, 2013
National Public Radio
Bringing Back Butterscotch
Butterscotch is going through something of a revival. So much so, that two Kitchen Window regular contributors wanted to write about it.
Sat May 11, 2013
Jackson Heights News
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Doncaster, romance and heading south | Alexandra Jones
I understand the urge to leave one's home town - but I think you can do that without deriding it publicly, as Janice Turner did Doncaster: where more romantic fiction is read than anywhere else in Britain.
Fri May 10, 2013
Wilts and Gloucestershire Standard
Police appeal to trace man in connection with serious sexual assault
Kamaron Behboubina, 26, has been living in the Doncaster area of South Yorkshire and police want to speak to him after a 21-year-old woman was sexually assaulted on Thursday, April 18.
Thu May 09, 2013
Ceja Petitions IBF For Neutral Referee Versus McDonnell
Handlers for bantamweight contender Julio Ceja followed through on their mid-week promise to protest the IBF-appointed officials selection for this weekend's vacant title fight with Jamie McDonnell.
Wed May 08, 2013
Ceja Camp Files Protest Over Officials For McDonnell Fight
Julio Ceja had no problem conceding hometown advantage to Jamie McDonnell, so long as their fight this Saturday in Doncaster, England would take place on an otherwise level playing field.
Sat May 04, 2013
2013 elections: the alienation of Freelander man
The local election results in England and Wales are now in. They are somewhere between a protest vote with little relevance to the next Westminster elections and a complete sea change in British politics.
This Is Scunthorpe
Scunthorpe Telegraph published Double amputee who kicked woman with his false leg convicted in...
Geoffrey Harrison, 57, of Grange Lane North, Scunthorpe, was convicted of assaulting Janet Van-Gelder by using his prosthetic leg following an altercation in Ashby.
Fri May 03, 2013
Labour wins Doncaster mayoral vote
Ms Jones secured 25,364 votes to see off the challenge of current mayor Peter Davies, standing as an independent, in a tight contest.
Thu May 02, 2013
South Yorkshire Times
Six drivers in Doncaster using phones are caught out
Police are warning of the dangers of using mobile phones to make calls while driving after officers in Doncaster issued fixed penalty tickets to six motorists in the space of a couple of hours.
Unbeaten Dawn Approach Set for Guineas Test
Dawn Approach, the 5-4 favorite, won all six starts of 2012. He secured the Cartier Award as Europe's top juvenile male with back-to-back wins in the Goffs Vincent O'Brien National Stakes Sept.
Where are today's local elections?
The UK is holding 35 council elections in England and Wales, two mayoral races, and a parliamentary by-election in South Shields.
Tue Apr 30, 2013
Doncaster's maverick mayor seeks second term
Peter Davies won in 2009 as an English Democrat, hit the headlines for cutting his salary, and is now an independent On Thursday Doncaster will decide whether to keep its maverick mayor, 70-year-old Peter Davies, who hit the headlines upon election four years ago by immediately slashing his own salary from A 73,000 to A 30,000 and announcing plans ... (more)
This Is Scunthorpe
Nigel_F published Steam excursion postponed due to Scunthorpe line landslip
A nostalgic train excursion - hauled by a survivor of the steam age - cannot go ahead this month because of the blockage of the line between Scunthorpe and Doncaster caused by a landslip in the Stainforth and Hatfield area.
Fri Apr 26, 2013
Labour poised for gains in local elections
More than 300 losses would be bad for the Conservatives, while for Labour the goal should be around 350 gains Next week's council elections will refresh local democracy and provide clear signals about the evolution of domestic politics.
Family's rail work misery
Adwick-le-Street resident Simon Young dons ear plugs to lessen the noise of the pile driver, which is being used as part of the bridge widening in Church Lane.
Wed Apr 24, 2013
By George! 450 staff given day off
Patriotic bosses at one of Doncaster's biggest employers gave staff the day off - at a cost of more than 250,000. Workers at Doncaster's One Call Insurance were told to take yesterday off to mark St George's Day, the annual day to mark the patron saint of England.
Tue Apr 23, 2013
'One in 10' English Democrats ex-BNP
Up to one in 10 members of the English Democrats have converted from the British National Party, their leader has told the BBC.
Police launch investigation after machinery stolen from the line at Snaith
Detectives from British Transport Police are investigating an incident where a forklift truck was stolen and then later abandoned on Monday April 8. The machinery was stolen from Lynwith Lane, Carlton near Snaith and was found near Flashley Carr Lane, Sykehouse, Doncaster the following day.