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Company advertises job for a £28,000 a year sex toy tester - with unlimited holidays

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13 people have died after the attack on Las Ramblas in Barcelona.

Police kill five terrorists wearing suicide belts in second attack in Spain

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Nick Chambers, the managing director of LACE Housing.

Dozens of new retirement homes to be built for the elderly

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13 people were killed and a further 100 injured in Barcelona. Photo - SWNS

Spain terror attacks: Everything we know so far

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PICTURES: Team Verrico hosts festival-style camp-out at Clampit Creek

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There will be a solar eclipse on Monday: what are your chances of seeing it?

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PICTURES: Disabled teen climbs Ben Nevis in 18 hours

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Fracking in Worksop? Equipment scattered across the town prompts concerns

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A Level results day at Outwood Post 16 Centre

‘OUTSTANDING’: Worksop students celebrate after surpassing last year’s A-level results

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REVEALED: Five top jobs you don't need a degree for

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Traffic jams costing UK economy £203 million a week

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Complaints about parkingcharges more than doubled in the last year according to the figures.

Complaints about parking charges more than doubled in the last year

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WARNING: Mobile speed cameras in place

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Police incident.

Motorcyclist dies after collision at Hemswell Cliff

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Richard Hannigan

Council supports plans for new railway services

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Police kill five terrorists wearing suicide belts in second attack in Spain

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13 people were killed and a further 100 injured in Barcelona. Photo - SWNS

Spain terror attacks: Everything we know so far

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Left to right, top: Bridget Rooney, Gerard Rooney, John Rooney '64, John Rooney '85. Middle: Lawrence Rooney, Martin Rooney '82, Martin Rooney Snr, Martin Rooney. Bottom: Patrick Rooney '63, Patrick Rooney '85, Peter Doran.

Saxilby family who lived ‘lavish’ lifestyle convicted of modern slavery and fraud offences

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Child arrests in Humberside fall by 76 per cent in six years

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REVEALED: Five top jobs you don't need a degree for

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A level results are released tomorrow.

COLUMN: Let's look out for those who don't get the A level grades they want

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Rob Waltham

Council leader welcomes additional schools funding

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Primary academy officially opens its new digging pit

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College welcomes students to start apprenticeship journey

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Dozens of new retirement homes to be built for the elderly

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Tesco is recalling the sauce because of allergy fears.

Tesco recalls cooking sauce after allergy fears

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How do you pronounce the name of this well-known high street chain?

Primark reveals how to pronounce shop name

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VIDEO: Speedy SIV sales is just the ticket to boost regional economy, says new entertainment and events boss

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Only weeks left to claim 30 hours free childcare for September

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PLANNING: Find out what’s happening in your street

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Rob Waltham

Council leader welcomes additional schools funding

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Competitions launched for best decorated for Tour of Britain

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Stay safe this summer around open water

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PICTURE: Cute little kestrel chicks are laid at Conisbrough Castle

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Owlet Wood, which is now a hoot to visit for wheelchair-users, thanks to WREN funding.

Improvements to make Owlet Wood more welcoming to all

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The site at Springs Road, Misson, which is one of two within Bassetlaw where shale gas drilling has been given the go-ahead.

Anti-fracking activists blast go-ahead for shale gas drilling

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Council introduce dog fouling fines for public spaces

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HEALTH: Diabetics are not lazy sloth-like people

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New endoscopy unit opening at Scunthorpe General Hospital

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Top marks for student midwife after raising bereavement suite cash

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People in Yorkshire and the Humber among the worst fruit and vegetable consumers in the UK

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Ward staff refresh day room for patients in Doncaster

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