Comment

  • Letter: They didn’t ask to be royals

    Letter: They didn’t ask to be royals

    By READER: Mr E Green on Thu 29 Dec 2016

    FIRST, let me say that I am Yorkshire born and bred, a trade unionist, royalist and a good judge of whisky.

  • Letter: Blu Crew brought Christmas cheer

    Letter: Blu Crew brought Christmas cheer

    By READER: Michelle Tuxford on Thu 29 Dec 2016

    WE write in response to a reader’s letter last week where Penny Ralph, Rotherham, praised the ’staff’ choir for bringing Christmas cheer to the Tesco Extra store in Rotherham on Sunday December 11.

  • Letter: Walking is fastest way to travel

    Letter: Walking is fastest way to travel

    By READER: Richard Billups on Fri 23 Dec 2016

    WHAT’S the use of having a high speed train coming from London and when it gets here all the roads are gridlocked?

  • Letter: Chance to volunteer with disabled

    Letter: Chance to volunteer with disabled

    By READER: Jan Balzanella on Fri 23 Dec 2016

    AS the New Year approaches I am writing to ask if your readers would like to volunteer with Leonard Cheshire. Not only will you be gaining valuable new skills, you will also be supporting disabled people to make the most of their lives.

  • This Week's Sneak Peek - December 23, 2016

    This Week's Sneak Peek - December 23, 2016

    By Dave Doyle on Thu 22 Dec 2016

    On this week's Sneak Peek: Get a free preview of the top headlines in this week's Rotherham Advertiser and Dearne Edition.

  • This Week's Sneak Peek - December 16, 2016

    This Week's Sneak Peek - December 16, 2016

    By Dave Doyle on Thu 15 Dec 2016

    On this week's Sneak Peek: Get tomorrow's Rotherham Advertiser and Dearne Edition headlines right now.

  • This Week's Sneak Peek - December 8, 2016

    This Week's Sneak Peek - December 8, 2016

    By Dave Doyle on Thu 08 Dec 2016

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

  • Murder mystery evening organised by Anston children

    Murder mystery evening organised by Anston children

    By Michael Upton on Tue 06 Dec 2016

    CHILDREN at Anston Greenlands Primary School organised their own marvellous Murder Mystery evening last week.

  • More backing for Arise Sir Ray campaign

    More backing for Arise Sir Ray campaign

    By Sam Cooper on Fri 02 Dec 2016

    SUPPORT is continuing to flood in for our campaign to get marathon man Ray Matthews knighted after the former manager of the gym he trained at backed the call.

  • Letter: Thanks to Marie Curie collectors

    Letter: Thanks to Marie Curie collectors

    By READER: Sue Pearson on Fri 02 Dec 2016

    I WOULD like to thank the volunteers who helped with the Marie Curie House to House (H2H) collections in October, collecting £738.18.

  • Letter: Run for Diabetes UK

    Letter: Run for Diabetes UK

    By READER: Lara Dobson on Fri 02 Dec 2016

    DIABETES UK is urging people who have secured a place in the London Marathon ballot to run for the charity and help raise much-needed funds.

  • 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.