Partners from across Doncaster and South Yorkshire, including the Mayors of Doncaster and South Yorkshire and local MPs, have today welcomed Rail Minister Wendy Morton MP to the city as part of the national competition to be the home of Great British Railways.
The latest news from Doncaster Metropolitan Borough Council
Pop-up exhibition hosted by Danum Gallery, Library and Museum highlights the need for improved care and research around secondary (metastatic) breast cancer
The Darker Side of Pink’ is a physical interactive experience which highlights the seriousness of Metastatic Breast Cancer - the biggest killer of women under the age of 50 with cancer in the UK
City of Doncaster or Doncaster City? Which one do you prefer?
Statement from Doncaster Council Mayor Ros Jones and South Yorkshire Mayoral Combined Authority Mayor Oliver Coppard.
Members of the Well Doncaster team will be at Pride tomorrow (Saturday 6 August) in Elmfield Park so please come along and have a chat.
There's plenty going on to keep the family entertained this summer
Doncaster Council are hosting a public consultation about the usage and experiences of the borough’s Household Waste Recycling Centres (HWRCs) by residents and businesses alike.
The Council’s move to zero emissions vehicles continues, with the latest fully electric vehicles being delivered to community hubs.
Doncaster Council are proud to confirm that we have received two more Green Flag Awards for the quality of parks and open spaces in the borough, taking the total number of Green Flag Parks in Doncaster to seven.
Twenty new purpose built affordable homes are under construction in Bentley, Doncaster as the council continues its commitment to providing quality new homes which meet local housing need by increasing housing choice and enabling older people to maintain their independence for longer.
Cabinet Members have today approved a place-based investment plan outlining key investment priorities for the council over the next year.
A Doncaster resident has been found guilty of two counts of fly-tipping asbestos and sentenced to 8 months in custody, suspended for 2 years.
Every little helps when it comes to saving the environment as Rosemary Russell from Doncaster is keen to prove!
Doncaster has made it to the six-strong shortlist to become the headquarters of Great British Railways. Following strong applications from 42 local authorities across Britain, the city of Doncaster is now one of just a handful remaining before a public vote.
Cabinet members at Doncaster Council have today approved plans to build an additional 125 new homes across seven existing sites.
Doncaster residents will now be able to receive up-to-date information on air quality across the Borough, thanks to the launch of a new air quality information service.
Building on previous Masterplan consultation exercises, residents in Doncaster are being asked to give feedback on two bid proposals which are being prepared to be submitted to Central Government.
Tens of people attended a new play facility in Sandall Beat Woods, near Armthorpe, Doncaster, to mark the official opening of a new play area after the previous facility was burned to the ground.
Doncaster Council have issued five fines to Landlords for breaching licensing conditions under the selective licensing scheme in Edlington, over the past few weeks.
Doncaster Council have been presented with a regional Platinum Award – one of 14 local authorities to be given such a title – for its presentation and accuracy of highways and street information.
A Doncaster resident has been found guilty of a statutory noise nuisance which led to a fine of almost £1,100 and the confiscation of several high tech electronic items.
A grant scheme that could help Doncaster Businesses reach their net-zero aspirations in line with the UK Government targets and the Climate Emergency declared by Mayor, Ros Jones.
Public Urged to "Back the Bid" to Bring Great British Railways HQ to South Yorkshire.
The latest phase of the Council’s new build programme for affordable rented homes has begun, with three new housing developments across the borough.
The Highway Code is changing. These advisory changes have been implemented to improve safety for people walking, cycling and horse riding.