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VIDEO AND PHOTO GALLERY: Smoke billows from scene of Dalton blaze

VIDEO AND PHOTO GALLERY: Smoke billows from scene of Dalton blaze

Fri 17 Nov 2017

THIS was the dramatic scene as a huge fire lit up the night sky in Dalton.

  • Sunshine at Clifton Park

    Sunshine at Clifton Park

    By on Mon 26 Oct 2009

    A NEW Sunshine Corner has returned to Clifton Park–thanks to big hearted contractors.The refurbished Grade II listed Walker Sun Dial was officially handed over to the Friends of Clifton Park on Friday and unveiled in its new home–the park&rsquo

  • Segway comes to Rotherham. VIDEO AND VOTE

    Segway comes to Rotherham. VIDEO AND VOTE

    By on Mon 26 Oct 2009

    BUSINESSMAN Chris Moulds will introduce his futuristic Segway mobility devices  to Rotherham next week.Chris, of Treeton, is behind a new business aiming to make Rotherham the UK capital for bizarre-looking electric contraptions and he will be gi

  • Mexborough cancer care plea

    Mexborough cancer care plea

    By on Mon 26 Oct 2009

    A CHARITY which helps provides free nursing care in their own homes to cancer patients and those with other terminal illnesses is hoping that organisations will take a collecting box.Marie Curie Cancer Care is calling on people who live or work in Mexborou

  • Frustrated Moore seeks new signings

    Frustrated Moore seeks new signings

    By on Sun 25 Oct 2009

     ROTHERHAM United manager Ronnie Moore has vowed to bring in new signings before next Saturday's home clash with Aldershot Town.Moore was dismayed by the way his side surrendered a 1-0 leat at Bury on Saturday to lose 2-1, leaving the Millers with onl

  • Miner's knee sufferers claim cutbacks

    Miner's knee sufferers claim cutbacks

    By on Thu 22 Oct 2009

    MINERS' knee sufferers in Rotherham say most former pitmen making claims are being turned down.Retired collier Howard Douglas, who has osteoarthritis, is meeting Wentworth MP John Healey today to take up the issue.Angry Mr Douglas (57), said that he was &q

  • Kimberworth benefits cheat drove a Porsche

    Kimberworth benefits cheat drove a Porsche

    By on Thu 22 Oct 2009

    A BENEFITS cheat who fiddled £23,000 while driving a Porsche and buying two houses has been jailed for 14 months.Paul Russell (38), was falsely paid incapacity benefit for nearly six years from 2001 after he claimed that he could not work because of

  • Lager tribute to Freddie Trueman

    Lager tribute to Freddie Trueman

    By on Thu 22 Oct 2009

    SPORTING legend Freddie Trueman would have been bowled over...Maltby’s finest son is to be immortalised by a new ale brewed by a Yorkshire company, which aims to celebrate the iconic cricketer’s life. It will be launched early next year to coin

  • Titans' Farmer switches to fly half

    Titans' Farmer switches to fly half

    By on Thu 22 Oct 2009

    TITAN Matt Farmer will start at fly-half for this Saturday's acid test at Exeter, with coach Craig West saying: “I’m confident we can score some points.”The Australian utility back has impressed since joining the Clifton Lane club and he

  • Second chance for bloodied Miller Andy Nicholas

    Second chance for bloodied Miller Andy Nicholas

    By on Thu 22 Oct 2009

    BLOODIED Andy Nicholas has been promised another chance in the first team.The left-back  got his first start of the season against Notts County but saw it cut short in a clash of heads and went off after 36 minutes.Manager Ronnie Moore said: "And

  • BOXING: Doyle guns for first win

    BOXING: Doyle guns for first win

    By on Thu 22 Oct 2009

    FIGHTER Ray Doyle will look to build on a solid return to the ring when he takes on veteran Karl Taylor next week.Doyle drew with Craig Tomes in Doncaster last month when he returned from an eight-year exile and he’ll be confident of overcoming journ

  • Cowboy builders cause homeowners 8-year nightmare

    Cowboy builders cause homeowners 8-year nightmare

    By on Thu 22 Oct 2009

    THREE couples whose dream homes descended into an eight-year nightmare of "cowboy" builders and costly litigation are due more than £100,000 after an Appeal Court ruling.The couples purchased new houses in Cooper Close, Brampton Brierlow, a

  • Moore considers new faces for Millers

    Moore considers new faces for Millers

    By on Thu 22 Oct 2009

     ROTHERHAM United could soon be dipping into the transfer market to re-ignite their promotion push.The Millers slipped out the top three automatic promotion positions in League Two after last weekend's goalless draw against hot favourites Notts County

  • Memories of Rotherham workhouse

    Memories of Rotherham workhouse

    By on Thu 22 Oct 2009

    IT’S A book of desperate and forgotten souls whose lives were spent in grinding poverty, but who made up part of the colourful history of the town.Now the register of births from the feared Rotherham Workhouse is to go on public display.The register

  • Carol faces 'jail' for Rotherham Hospice

    Carol faces 'jail' for Rotherham Hospice

    By on Thu 22 Oct 2009

    A ROTHERHAM charity is looking for volunteers to get locked-up as part of its fund-raising jail break event.The Rotherham Hospice is appealing for supporters to be thrown into Doncaster High Security Prison, on November 24, with only a mobile phone for com

  • MP Denis MacShane at memorial ceremony for Danny

    MP Denis MacShane at memorial ceremony for Danny

    By on Thu 22 Oct 2009

    ROTHERHAM MP Denis MacShane will today  join family and friends of the late Danny Willoughby  at the town's specialist  BreathingSpace centre  to unveil a bench in his memory.The bench has been paid for by donations made by Danny&r