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  • 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.

  • 'Amazing' response for marathon man Ray

    'Amazing' response for marathon man Ray

    By Sam Cooper on Fri 07 Oct 2016

    SPORTS stars and celebrities from across the world have given their backing to our campaign to get inspirational marathon man Ray Matthews knighted.

  • This Week's Sneak Peek - October 7, 2016

    This Week's Sneak Peek - October 7, 2016

    By Dave Doyle on Thu 06 Oct 2016

    On this week's Sneak Peek: Get the latest headlines from Rotherham and the Dearne Valley.

  • Letter:  Taxis should have CCTV

    Letter: Taxis should have CCTV

    By READER: Mrs Mary Bergin on Tue 04 Oct 2016

    SO the taxi drivers are to be given swab kits by the police, why bother when they don’t want to have CCTV cameras installed in their taxis? Don’t they realise that the cameras are for their own safety as well as the customers?

  • Letter: Disgusted with council cuts plan

    Letter: Disgusted with council cuts plan

    By READER: Kevin Davis on Tue 04 Oct 2016

    AS A COUNCIL taxpayer, I am really disgusted with Rotherham Borough Council.
    On page one of the Advertiser (September 30), the council are asking the frontline workers to take a pay cut to save £1 million pounds.

  • Letter: Bus route change no benefit

    Letter: Bus route change no benefit

    By READER: Peter Castledine on Mon 03 Oct 2016

    I would like to speak to the person responsible for altering the No 14 Dovedale Road bus route.

  • Arise Sir Ray campaign gathers pace

    Arise Sir Ray campaign gathers pace

    By Sam Cooper on Fri 30 Sep 2016

    CALLS for inspirational pensioner and marathon runner Ray Matthews to be knighted are being made far and wide across the borough.

  • This Week's Sneak Peek: September 30, 2016

    This Week's Sneak Peek: September 30, 2016

    By Dave Doyle on Fri 30 Sep 2016

    On this week's Sneak Peek, get a (slightly late) look at today's Rotherham Advertiser and Dearne Edition.

  • Letter: Brownshirts of the left

    Letter: Brownshirts of the left

    By READER: Martin Fletcher on Wed 28 Sep 2016

    SO, at last the result everyone already knew.

  • Letter: Dripping with loveliness

    Letter: Dripping with loveliness

    By READER: Richard Billups on Wed 28 Sep 2016

    IT was around 1948 that I was trusted to do a very important job for a large family, ours.

  • Letter: Scargill never told a lie

    Letter: Scargill never told a lie

    By READER: Mr DJ Brennan on Mon 26 Sep 2016

    I FIND I must respond to the rantings of M Harris of no fixed abode in last week’s Advertiser (Friday September 23). I’m writing as someone who has spent the best part of 50 years corresponding with my local paper and other national papers.

  • CAMPAIGN: Arise, Sir Ray!

    CAMPAIGN: Arise, Sir Ray!

    By Sam Cooper on Fri 23 Sep 2016

    IF anyone deserves a knighthood, surely it’s a 75-year-old who has completed 75 marathons in 75 days in an attempt to raise £75,000 for charity.

  • This Week's Sneak Peek: September 23, 2016

    This Week's Sneak Peek: September 23, 2016

    By Dave Doyle on Thu 22 Sep 2016

    On this week's Sneak Peek: Take a look at the latest headlines in the Advertiser and Dearne Edition, including Rotherham's very first carnival!

  • Letter: Time to emigrate, George

    Letter: Time to emigrate, George

    By READER: Richard Billups on Thu 22 Sep 2016

    GEORGE Osborne is to chair the Northern Powerhouse project to improve investment in the region.

  • Internet giant Amazon's £1,000 boost to marathon man Ray's appeal

    Internet giant Amazon's £1,000 boost to marathon man Ray's appeal

    By Michael Upton on Tue 20 Sep 2016

    SUPER fund-raiser Ray Matthews’ bid to provide a £75,000 windfall to a Rotherham special school has been handed a four-figure boost by shopping giant Amazon.