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  • This Week's Sneak Peek - December 2, 2016

    This Week's Sneak Peek - December 2, 2016

    By Dave Doyle on Thu 01 Dec 2016

    On this week's Sneak Peek: Get the latest headlines from both the Advertiser and Dearne Edition.

  • Paw Patrol stars at town’s Christmas lights switch-on

    Paw Patrol stars at town’s Christmas lights switch-on

    By Michael Upton on Mon 21 Nov 2016

    THE stars of children’s TV hit Paw Patrol will be the special guests at a town’s Christmas lights switch-on.

  • Letter: Care and compassion at heart of hospice care

    Letter: Care and compassion at heart of hospice care

    By READER: Christopher Duff on Thu 17 Nov 2016

    PATIENTS and families can be totally confident the care they receive at Rotherham Hospice.

  • This Week's Sneak Peek - November 11, 2016

    This Week's Sneak Peek - November 11, 2016

    By Dave Doyle on Thu 10 Nov 2016

    On this week's Sneak Peek: Take a look at the top headlines in this week's Rotherham Advertiser and Dearne Edition.

  • Letter: Searching for Christians who served in Second World War

    Letter: Searching for Christians who served in Second World War

    By READER: John Broom on Tue 01 Nov 2016

    I AM an historian and author specialising in Christianity in wartime, and am seeking to contact any readers you may have who served in the British armed services during the Second World War and who would define themselves as Christians.

  • Letter: Hung parliament on the way

    Letter: Hung parliament on the way

    By READER: Martin Fletcher on Tue 01 Nov 2016

    YOU heard it from me several times weeks ago.

  • Letter: Listen to public opinion on fracking

    Letter: Listen to public opinion on fracking

    By READER: David Burley on Tue 01 Nov 2016

    OUR government’s latest survey of the British public’s opinion on energy has found that support for fracking is at its lowest level ever – 17 per cent - down from 21pc in July, whereas opposition to fracking is at a record high for these surveys at 33pc.

  • This Week's Sneak Peek - October 28, 2016

    This Week's Sneak Peek - October 28, 2016

    By Dave Doyle on Thu 27 Oct 2016

    On this week's Sneak Peek: Check out the latest headlines from the Rotherham Advertiser and Dearne Edition.

  • Marathon man Ray to host dinner to boost appeal

    Marathon man Ray to host dinner to boost appeal

    By Sam Cooper on Fri 21 Oct 2016

    A BLACK tie dinner will boost the coffers of pensioner Ray Matthews’ incredible fundraising marathon challenge.

  • This Week's Sneak Peek - October 21, 2016

    This Week's Sneak Peek - October 21, 2016

    By Dave Doyle on Thu 20 Oct 2016

    On this week's Sneak Peek: Get the lowdown on Friday's Advertiser and Dearne Edition.

  • Letter: Still a marathon chance

    Letter: Still a marathon chance

    By READER: Matthew Reed on Tue 18 Oct 2016

    THIS week many people across Yorkshire and Humber will be finding out that they have sadly missed out on the 2017 London Marathon ballot. Prospective runners who have been looking forward to taking part will be disappointed to find out they haven’t secured

  • Letter:  Apologies for bus problems

    Letter: Apologies for bus problems

    By READER: Alan Riggall on Tue 18 Oct 2016

    ON behalf of First South Yorkshire, I’d like to apologise for the continued delays being experienced by our customers on the X78 service. Despite our best efforts the service is being heavily affected by the increased traffic volumes around Meadowhall. Thi

  • Letter: Back to the radio...

    Letter: Back to the radio...

    By READER: Richard Billups on Tue 18 Oct 2016

    UP to now the panel has been put together by culture secretary John Whitting Dale to review the BBC.

  • Letter: Time for MPs to Brexit

    Letter: Time for MPs to Brexit

    By READER: Martin Fletcher on Fri 14 Oct 2016

    THE people of this country voted overwhelmingly for Brexit.

  • Letter: A wonderful night of music

    Letter: A wonderful night of music

    By READER: Janet Mitchell on Fri 14 Oct 2016

    AFTER returning from Sheffield Lyceum’s performance of Cats on Saturday night, I read the Advertisers review with dismay. “What’s it all about” it was headed.

  • Letter: Speed cameras about revenue, not safety

    Letter: Speed cameras about revenue, not safety

    By READER: Clive Phillips on Fri 14 Oct 2016

    YOU may remember my writing to you re the ridiculously high speeds at which drivers travel past the schools along Roughwood Road.