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  • PARKES LIFE: I'm not down with the kids anymore...

    PARKES LIFE: I'm not down with the kids anymore...

    By Amy Parkes on Mon 19 Jul 2010

    THERE was a time when I knew every face in every celebrity magazine going.

  • We need reasonable debate on global warming

    We need reasonable debate on global warming

    By Robin Darnell on Fri 16 Jul 2010

    Sir, Blimey – Sceptic, naive, dangerous and inaccurate. Next you’ll be calling me a Sheffield Wed/United fan.

  • Where is Glenn?

    Where is Glenn?

    By Roy Ives on Fri 16 Jul 2010

    Sir-My name is Roy Ives and I am urgently seeking the wherabouts of Glenn Williams, an ex RAF tech who served with 2623 Squadron Royal Auxillary Air Force Regiment in the 1980s.

  • Nationalise utility companies

    Nationalise utility companies

    By Chris Bingham on Tue 13 Jul 2010

    Despite repeated attempt by sceptics to play down anthropogenic climate change, the UK government, nevertheless, is committed to many agreements and has published many papers outlining its own emission reduction targets, recycling targets, renewable energy

  • MP Kevin Barron owes us an apology

    MP Kevin Barron owes us an apology

    By Michael J Conlon on Mon 12 Jul 2010

    Sir— So now it seems that no new schools for Maltby, (see Advertiser, July 9) despite the fact that our local MP and his daughter’s election campaign centered around the fact that these schools were going to be built.

  • Possible end of Maltby Acadmy plans 'excellent news'

    Possible end of Maltby Acadmy plans 'excellent news'

    By Shaun Barratt on Mon 12 Jul 2010

    With regard to the possible axing of the new build for Maltby Academy (see Advertiser July 9), as stupid as it sounds, it’s brilliant news!

  • No reason to strike

    No reason to strike

    By Michael J Conlon on Wed 07 Jul 2010

    Sir, I went to sign on recently to find staff from the employment office outside with placards which read fair pay and conditions say no to cuts.

  • Public ownership would mean better buses

    Public ownership would mean better buses

    By Richard Marriott on Mon 05 Jul 2010

    Sir, An issue that seems to have been forgotten about recently and was brought back to the front of my mind was the bus services in Rotherham.

  • We can't stop climate change

    We can't stop climate change

    By Robin Darnell on Sun 04 Jul 2010

    Sheffield Campaign against Climate change.

  • Phoney war over Europe and eggs

    Phoney war over Europe and eggs

    By Linda McAvan MEP on Thu 01 Jul 2010

    Once more, the very real issues under debate in the European Parliament have been misrepresented to serve the purposes of Euroscepticism.

  • Thank you to good Samaritan

    Thank you to good Samaritan

    By Tracy Hope on Wed 30 Jun 2010

    I would like to say a huge thankyou to the kind lady who bought my daughter home on the June 29 after she was hit on the head by a rock and was covered in blood.

  • Too much competition and not enough banks in Thurcroft

    Too much competition and not enough banks in Thurcroft

    By June Thompson on Tue 29 Jun 2010

    What is happening to Thurcroft?

  • Nothing FAB about England's World Cup campaign

    Nothing FAB about England's World Cup campaign

    By Amy Parkes on Tue 29 Jun 2010

    BEATING the Germans was always going to be a big ask but I didn’t quite expect us to go out of the World Cup in such a tragic fashion.

  • Find a solution and save Rotherham's school football teams

    Find a solution and save Rotherham's school football teams

    By Keith Snowden on Tue 29 Jun 2010

    Sir, It was with dismay and disappointment that I read in the Advertiser that the the Rotherham school football teams are to fold up due to a lack of funds.

  • Think about what we are losing

    Think about what we are losing

    By Paul Hancock on Mon 28 Jun 2010

    Sir-- I read your article l regarding the demise of both representative football teams in Rotherham.

  • Why did pants take preference?

    Why did pants take preference?

    By Rich Wilkes on Sun 27 Jun 2010

    Sir- I was disappointed to see a guy with dodgy pants running through town got a full page article in last week's paper, but a charity walk which hundreds of our townspeople entered didn't get a mention.