Mon 19 Feb 2018
A DANCE student has died in hospital ten days after being involved in a road traffic collision.
By Barrie Tucker on Fri 12 Mar 2010
BARRIE TUCKER of The Dearne Valley Ramblers takes us on the second of his tea shop walks while also reminding us of shocking local disaster
BARRIE TUCKER of The Dearne Valley Ramblers takes us on a scenic walk through picturesque villages in the east of the borough
By Admin on Fri 12 Mar 2010
THE owner of a building which was transformed into a £1 million cannabis factory has had been ordered to pay back £10,000 under proceeds of crime laws.
But there have been claims that not enough was done to publicise the day care provision—or consult on the changes.
COMMUNITY groups are urged to come forward and take part in this year's Dearne Carnival.
SCHOOLS in Rotherham are being asked to join the fight against climate change and save money at the same time.
By Gareth Dennison on Fri 12 Mar 2010
IT has provided hours of fun for hundreds of people over the years but Maltby Sports Centre was finally consigned to history when it was reduced to rubble this week.
A ROTHERHAM firm has netted a hat-trick of prestigious trade prizes.
By Adrian Davis on Thu 11 Mar 2010
After 10 years in Treeton, Jones Homes (Northern) Ltd is thrilled to announce plans for another new development in the rural South Yorkshire village.
At present it seems like its all doom and gloom in the housing market, is this really the same for lettings as well?
The UK housing market is experiencing a trend of ‘reluctant tenants’, after a shift in supply and demand for properties, according to the Association of Residential Letting Agents (ARLA).
With a fresh, summery feel the new home collection from House of Fraser is lighter, brighter and more colourful than ever. From sugared pastels through to bold brights, colour plays a pivatol role in setting the mood for the season.
By Phil Turner on Wed 10 Mar 2010
HUNDREDS of civil servants in Rotherham have staged a two-day strike this week over plans to cut redundancy compensation terms.
By Adrian Davis on Tue 09 Mar 2010
According to Government statistics the UK officially came out of recession last quarter. With this in mind, Home Sale Network has conducted a survey among its members to identify how the property market has changed since Home Sale Network’s survey in early
By Admin on Sun 07 Mar 2010
HUNDREDS tributes have been paid to a Maltby teenager killed in an accident with a truck.Thomas Playforth (17), was hit by a Scania articulated tractor unit being driven by a 44-year-old man in Muglet Lane on Friday evening.Police said the teena