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Tributes paid to Maltby car crash victims

Tributes paid to Maltby car crash victims

Mon 16 Oct 2017

DEVOTED relatives and friends have paid touching tributes to two “much-loved” dads who died in a car crash — with pals of one planning a fundraising event to pay for his funeral and to make Christmas a little happier for his five-year-old son.

  • MEMORIES OF WESTGATE

    MEMORIES OF WESTGATE

    By on Thu 08 Oct 2009

    ONCE it was a thriving community in a growing town with its own characters, way of life, sights and sounds.Westgate in the 19th Century was a bustling transportation route and industries were well served by the nearby River Don.Within the area there was a

  • SUPPORT NEEDED IF AGE CONCERN IS TO SURVIVE

    SUPPORT NEEDED IF AGE CONCERN IS TO SURVIVE

    By on Thu 08 Oct 2009

    AGE Concern may not survive unless it raises its profile in the community and broadens its support.That was the stark message to members at the charity’s annual meeting at the Town Hall on Tuesday.It came from chairman John Walton’s in his annu

  • TOP DOCTOR FACES CHILD INDECENCY CHARGES

    TOP DOCTOR FACES CHILD INDECENCY CHARGES

    By on Thu 08 Oct 2009

    A CONSULTANT pathologist facing charges of making indecent images of children has been sacked from his post at Rotherham General Hospital. Dr Terry Marshall,  a 65-year-old consultant histopathologist, had worked at the hospital for just over nine yea

  • Postal workers vote for strike

    Postal workers vote for strike

    By on Thu 08 Oct 2009

    SOUTH Yorkshire's postal services look set to be disrupted after workers voted in favour of a national strike.The Communication Workers' Union (CWU) said 76 per cent of those who took part in the national ballot voted for industrial action in a bitter

  • Young meet old at Blenheim Court

    Young meet old at Blenheim Court

    By on Thu 08 Oct 2009

    IT was a generation game with a difference when elderly residents joined forces with primary school pupils to celebrate Older Peoples Day.Youngsters from Flanderwell Primary School paid a visit to Blenheim Court residential complex where they performed a h

  • Flanderwell woman celebrates 100th birthday

    Flanderwell woman celebrates 100th birthday

    By on Thu 08 Oct 2009

    FISH and chips and enjoying the things you like are just two of the tricks that have helped Jennie Oliver reach the grand old age of 100.Jennie celebrated with two parties and two cakes—the first, a family day out to her birthplace of York, where she

  • Better late than never, Jim!

    Better late than never, Jim!

    By on Thu 08 Oct 2009

    MILLERS no. 2 Jimmy Mullen says he's delighted to be working with Ronnie Moore—even though it's come three months late and at a different club!Mullen was sat in the office at Tranmere Rovers' Prenton Park ground this summer waiting to sign to become

  • Cricket pitch's future in doubt

    Cricket pitch's future in doubt

    By on Thu 08 Oct 2009

    ONE of the best cricket grounds in Rotherham is set to close unless teams come forward to use it.The future of the pitch at the Roundwood complex at Parkgate has been thrown into doubt after Parkgate Cricket Club folded last week.Parkgate Recreational Serv

  • We can upset the odds: Batty

    We can upset the odds: Batty

    By on Thu 08 Oct 2009

    TALENTED hooker Ross Batty reckons Rotherham can go to Meadow Lane tonight and upset the odds.The green and whites, currently hard on Exeter’s heels at the top of the Championship, have won four of the five games so far and will start as hot favourit

  • No place for new boy Craig

    No place for new boy Craig

    By on Thu 08 Oct 2009

    NEW prop Craig Voisey won’t be in the squad for tonight’s toughie in Nottingham despite Titans’ being forced to ring the changes.The front-rower signed last week from cash-wracked Birmingham and Solihull, having played in 30 of the Bees&r

  • Best of Rotherham business shortlist unveiled

    Best of Rotherham business shortlist unveiled

    By on Thu 08 Oct 2009

    MORE than 20 of the top companies in the region are preparing to vie for glory at the 2009 Rotherham Business Awards later this month.The list of shortlisted businesses had been revealed and those firms will compete for honours at the prestigious ceremony,

  • Hunt for gang in street attack

    Hunt for gang in street attack

    By on Thu 08 Oct 2009

    A GANG of youths pounced on two brothers, stabbing one in the leg and leaving them both injured during an unprovoked street attack.The brothers, who have not been named, were with two other family members when they were approached by a group of four men on

  • Man breaks pelvis in crash

    Man breaks pelvis in crash

    By on Wed 07 Oct 2009

    A MAN suffered from a fractured pelvis after he was involved in a two-car collision last night.The 29-year-old Rotherham man was driving a blue BMW 318 from Maltby towards Tickhill, on Tickhill Road, when the car slid sideways and collided with a gold Rove

  • Rotherh Valley Tory slams new planning body

    Rotherh Valley Tory slams new planning body

    By on Wed 07 Oct 2009

    A NEW unelected planning quango will fuel public disillusionment with politics and put democracy on the scrapheap, Cllr Lynda Donaldson Parliamentary Candidate for Rother Valley has warned.It will cost country £10 million a year run and the chairman

  • Caretaker held in school theft probe

    Caretaker held in school theft probe

    By on Wed 07 Oct 2009

    A 32-year-old man working as a part-time school caretaker has been arrested by police on suspicion of theft.The Bolton-on-Dearne man, was arrested after money and electrical equipment was stolen from Heather Garth School, Billingley View, Bolton-upon-Dearn