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For most of us, buying a home is one of the largest investments we will make.
After many months of red-eyed restlessness, a local mum has finally gotten some well-deserved shut-eye thanks to Doncaster-based sleep clinic, The Children’s Sleep Charity.
A newly launched survey from the CCG is aiming to find out about issues and contributing factors surrounding waste medicines.
Do you think that you have a claim against the estate of someone who has died? If you believe that you should have been included in their will, or received more under their will than you did, then you may be entitled to make a dep
NHS Doncaster Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG) will be celebrating this year’s Armed Forces Day, which takes place on Saturday 27 June, in Sir Nigel Gresley Square. The day’s festivities will include a military parade through th
Following Father’s Day, dads in Doncaster are being urged by public health experts to give their children a gift of their own.
Doting dads are looking forward to being lavished with presents this Sunday, but new research has revealed that children spend almost double on Mother’s Day.
Meet ‘Joe’, the face of our new Dying Matters. Let’s talk about it campaign in Doncaster.
No ticket was required to board the Health Bus as it visited Doncaster’s Conversation Club, a weekly drop-in session for refugee and asylum seekers in the borough.
Staff at NHS Doncaster Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG) have donated £75 worth of goods to the People Focused Group (PFG) Foodbank, using proceeds from the organisation’s tuck shop.
Young people struggle to make decisions about their future career and with this in mind Your Choice, Your Future was created to coach 13-14 year olds through exploring where they want to be in the future.
In May, Salvation Army Trading Company Ltd’s (SATCoL) charity shops in Conisbrough, Swinton and Wath-upon-Dearne played a key part in raising an extra £5,168 of funds from shops across Yorkshire thanks to customers agreeing to Gif
Construction work has started on a new speculative multi-let business park in Doncaster to cope with increasing demand for high quality industrial units.
‘Henry the Explorer’ is a fantasy tale about a little boy who builds his own helicopter and flies off on an adventure with surprising results.
Rounding off our Mental Health Month, Sarah Hartley answers your questions about Powers of Attorney & the Court of Protection
Did you know? Motorcyclists represent only one in a hundred of road users but account for up to 20 per cent of the deaths and serious injuries on the roads.
When a loved one dies, and you are the next of kin, there are legal formalities that must be dealt with. Malcolm C Foy & Co, with offices in Doncaster and Rotherham explains what you should do.
Here Sarah Hartley, Director at Malcolm C Foy & Co Solicitors, gives guidance to people appointed as Attorneys or Deputies on what is expected from them by the Courts.
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If you believe you are not getting paid the same as colleagues of the opposite sex doing the same job or, if you are facing a claim from an employee for equal pay, Taz Singh, Solicitor and Employment Law specialist at Malcolm C Fo
NHS Doncaster Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG) are calling for greater awareness of skin cancer during Skin Cancer Awareness Month, which has now entered it’s final week (25 May).
Local GPs want Doncaster residents to enjoy their bank holiday weekend and are urging those reliant on medication to order repeat prescriptions before the extended break (Monday 25 May).
Smiley faced tots are set to make it better for poorly children like their friend Millie, all in aid of The Children’s Hospital Charity’s Make it Better Day.
The May 2015 edition of the CCG’s InTouch newsletter is now available. Read all about our new iNurse scheme as well as Dr Nick Tupper’s blog on how the organisation spends £428 million on care across Doncaster.