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Driver (60) killed in collision near Mexborough

Driver (60) killed in collision near Mexborough

Fri 22 Jun 2018

A MOTORIST has died after his pick-up truck collided with a tree yesterday afternoon (Thursday).

  • 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.

  • Rotherham Race for Life: PICTURES

    Rotherham Race for Life: PICTURES

    By Admin on Mon 19 Jul 2010

    THOUSANDS of women took part in the Race for Life at Herringthorpe Playing Fields this weekend.

  • Cha Cha Slide-ers take steps for SAFE@LAST: PICTURES

    Cha Cha Slide-ers take steps for SAFE@LAST: PICTURES

    By Amy Parkes on Mon 19 Jul 2010

    ROTHERHAM was alive with the sound of music as hundreds donned their dance shoes to hit the floor for the sponsored Big Bop.

  • Plea for more carriages as train numbers soar

    Plea for more carriages as train numbers soar

    By Michael Upton on Mon 19 Jul 2010

    ROTHERHAM train passengers need more carriages to help them travel in comfort, according to rail bosses.

  • WATH: Exhibition recalls 200 years of Wath family

    WATH: Exhibition recalls 200 years of Wath family

    By Phil Turner on Mon 19 Jul 2010

    COMMUNITY historians are staging an exhibition on a famous Wath family dating back 200 years.

  • Where there's muck, there's pellets

    Where there's muck, there's pellets

    By Gareth Dennison on Mon 19 Jul 2010

    A ROTHERHAM company has been putting to good use the 25 tonnes of manure left in the wake of the annual Great Yorkshire Show.

  • Three months' disruption in road closure

    Three months' disruption in road closure

    By Gareth Dennison on Mon 19 Jul 2010

    A BUSY route through Rotherham will shut for three months for “vital” pedestrian safety improvements.

  • Family fun at Silverstone Classic

    Family fun at Silverstone Classic

    By Admin on Mon 19 Jul 2010

    WITH the British Grand Prix complete for another year, Silverstone is now gearing up for it's second major event of the month as final preparations are made for the fabulous Silverstone Classic on 23-25 July.

  • Silverstone gears up for Superbikes

    Silverstone gears up for Superbikes

    By Admin on Mon 19 Jul 2010

    AFTER a highly-successful MotoGP weekend in June and a record-equalling crowd at last weekend’s Formula One British Grand Prix, Silverstone is now gearing up to welcome the FIM Superbike World Championship.

  • Illegal immigrants disappear

    Illegal immigrants disappear

    By Gareth Dennison on Mon 19 Jul 2010

    THREE suspected illegal immigrants caught yards from the Advertiser offices have absconded after being freed on immigration bail.

  • Doubts over Mexborough 'super surgery'

    Doubts over Mexborough 'super surgery'

    By Gareth Dennison on Mon 19 Jul 2010

    A MULTI-million pound “super surgery” could be scrapped as the Government continues to press for savings.

  • Fans' day at Don Valley

    Fans' day at Don Valley

    By David Beddows on Mon 19 Jul 2010

    ROTHERHAM United throw open the doors at Don Valley Stadium on Sunday for their annual open day.

  • Tonight's the night for cricket rivals

    Tonight's the night for cricket rivals

    By David Beddows on Mon 19 Jul 2010

    THE first silverware of the local cricket season will be handed out tonight when Tickhill take on Metro in the final of the Advertiser Cup.

  • 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.