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WARNING! Tarantulas the size of dinner plates are on the loose

Giant bird-eating tarantulas from Brazil are be on the loose in an northern village.

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Forget the heatwave, this is when we will get our wettest summer day

We’ve had quite the run of good luck: blue skies, scorching sunshine, and what adds up to one of the best summers the UK’s had for years.

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Doncaster parks amongst the UK’s very best green spaces

Four parks in Doncaster have been recognised by the Green Flag Award Scheme as some of the very best in the world.

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Start your summer holidays with a family camping festival all for charity

Schools out for summer!

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PICTURES: Rescue Day 2018

Thousands flocked to 7 Lakes Country Park in Crowle, near Scunthorpe last Saturday (7 July) for Rescue Day 2018.

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Pictures of over 100 naked runners at Doncaster park

It was the perfect weather for a naked run and dozens took advantage of the blazing sunshine to take part in the annual Polar Bear charity run at Yorkshire Wildlife Park.
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Magic Mike

Lots of naked fun when Magic Mike comes to Doncaster

This is one for the ladies!
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Union suspends strike pending talks in driver-only trains row

A planned strike in the long-running dispute over the role of guards on trains has been called off.

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Doncaster shop owner's plea to "scum" who attempted a break in

A Doncaster mobile phone shop owner took to Facebook to plead with unsuccessful thieves.

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Fourth man arrested in murder enquiry

Last night a 36-year-old man has been arrested in connection with the murder of 51-year-old Raymond Ward in Scunthorpe.

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Fancy waking up and having a dip in your own pool

This five bedroom detached bungalow is for sale in Harlington at £650,000 through Purple Bricks.

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Only Fools and Horses tops list of 50 TV shows Brits watch on repeat

Only Fools and Horses, Friends and Blue Planet are among the TV shows Brits are most likely to watch on repeat, a study has found.

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Amy Frost

Giant eye balls around Doncaster

Have you seen the giant eye balls around the town?

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This is the heart-warming moment children who have beaten cancer mark the end of their treatment

These are the heart-warming moments brave children who have beaten cancer mark the end of their life-saving treatment – by ringing a bell as they leave hospital for the final time.

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VIDEO: 60 new police officers leave training school

VIDEO: 60 new police officers leave training school

The latest group of 60 new police officers leave training school and took part in a passing-out parade at Humberside Police’s training ground in Courtland Road in Hull recently.

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Successful DoE Awards students

Record breaking numbers complete Duke of Edinburgh expedition

Over 100 North Lindsey College students have completed the Duke of Edinburgh expedition (DofE).

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Ralph Ogg

New cabinet member promises to get tough on dog fouling

Councillor Ralph Ogg, in his new role as cabinet member for Safer, Greener, Cleaner Places at North Lincolnshire Council, is promising tough action on those who fail to clean up after their dog. Increasing the cost of on-the-spot fines is also being considered in a bid to clamp down.

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Volunteers needed to make dream Florida holiday come true for disabled children

Caudwell Children, the national charity that provides practical and emotional support to disabled children and their families, is looking for volunteers aged 18 and over, to make the holiday dreams of 25 disabled children come true.

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Schools in Doncaster are excluding more children with autism

The number of autistic children being excluded from schools in Doncaster has shot up, amid warnings that vulnerable students are being "failed" by the education system across England.
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