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The education of children across the Yorkshire and Humber region is dogged by "poverty of expectation and poverty of aspiration", an Ofsted chief says.
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The Nescafe Azera Coffee should have sold in a supermarket for 3.29 , but a manufacturing error meant instead of the advertised 60g its contents weighed in at 59g.
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Revolutionary 'social supermarket' opens with branded goods 70% cheaper than the likes of Tesco and Asda... but only people on benefits can shop there With its shelves piled high with groceries and signs heralding super low prices this new community supermarket looks like any other major food retailer - but shoppers have to prove they are on ... (more)
More than 20 early career scientists are in New Zealand this week to develop new perspectives across multiple disciplines on the ways people interpret and respond to environmental risk.
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A fire crew from Royston was called to the home on Whitecroft Road at 9.52am, to find the chimney and hearth were up in a blaze.
Caroline will be calling into Carlson Davies for coffee and chocolates at 10.30am this morning to meet Nikki Davies and other members of the Tickhill Business Association.
Bakery boss John-Stuart Birkinshaw, of L Birkinshaw and Sons in Darton, and two employees, brothers Mick and Matthew Dolan, bought a ticket after forming the syndicate 'The Baker Boys'.
Gusts of upto 90mph in some places wreaked havoc causing major traffic tailbacks, overturning vehicles, knocking down trees and damaging property.
The branch on Laughton Road will close from 5.30pm on Thursday 2nd January and reopen again from 1pm on Monday 13th January.
A debt help charity in Barnsley has had to set on another worker to combat waiting lists of up to three months.
Gusts with speeds of 74 mph were recorded at 8am and power at the hospital went off at about 10.45am, with people being told only to come in if it was an emergency.The power came back on at about 12.30pm.