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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).

  • Rotherham Children's festival programme

    Rotherham Children's festival programme

    By Michael Upton on Fri 18 Jun 2010

    ROTHERHAM’S youngsters will be centre stage when a two-week event aimed at showing off their talents kicks off on Monday.

  • Feast of fun at Rotherham Children's Book Festival

    Feast of fun at Rotherham Children's Book Festival

    By Michael Upton on Fri 18 Jun 2010

    GERVASE Phinn and Ian McMillan are among the famous names set to bring books to life for Rotherham youngsters in the town’s annual Children’s Book Festival over the next week.

  • Manvers waste plant 'first of many'

    Manvers waste plant 'first of many'

    By Tom Sharpe on Fri 18 Jun 2010

    A CONTROVERSIAL waste recycling plant which could incinerate hundreds of thousands of tonnes of household waste every year might form a blueprint for more facilities of its kind in the area.

  • Town date for David Haye

    Town date for David Haye

    By Paul Rickett on Fri 18 Jun 2010

    WORLD Champion David Haye is in Rotherham next Wednesday

  • Louise aims to beat pain barrier

    Louise aims to beat pain barrier

    By Paul Rickett on Fri 18 Jun 2010

    ROTHERHAM sprinter Louise Bloor is willing to run through the pain barrier in a bid to book her place in the Great Britain squad for the European Championships.

  • Virgin gun for cash windfall

    Virgin gun for cash windfall

    By Paul Rickett on Fri 18 Jun 2010

    VIRGIN Racing are aiming to finish top of the new Formula One teams with their sights set on a multi-million windfall—but they will have to pull their socks up in the second half of the season.

  • Tough start for Titans

    Tough start for Titans

    By Paul Rickett on Fri 18 Jun 2010

    TITANS have been given the toughest of starts in the Rugby Union Championship—but head coach Andre Bester says his new-look side will rise to the challenge.

  • 3,000 bikers flock to Rotherham from Bikesafe Show

    3,000 bikers flock to Rotherham from Bikesafe Show

    By Tom Sharpe on Thu 17 Jun 2010

    Bikers flock to borough as part of Bikesafe Show

  • Town gears up for weekend of festival fun

    Town gears up for weekend of festival fun

    By Michael Upton on Thu 17 Jun 2010

    ALL the fun of the fair will be on offer for visitors to two villages’ summer events this weekend.

  • WORLD CUP BLOG: Tears of pride for England

    WORLD CUP BLOG: Tears of pride for England

    By Hayley Roach on Thu 17 Jun 2010

    Part two of Hayley Roach's World Cup blog from the heart of the action in Rustenburg.

  • Classic cars ready for Silverstone Classic Retrorun

    Classic cars ready for Silverstone Classic Retrorun

    By Admin on Thu 17 Jun 2010

    AROUND 200 cherished classic cars will arrive in style at this year's Silverstone Classic as they take part in the Silverstone Classic RetroRun on Saturday 24 July.

  • Military to march through town

    Military to march through town

    By Michael Upton on Thu 17 Jun 2010

    THE Yorkshire Regiment will be exercising its right to the Freedom of Rotherham with a march through the town centre.

  • Medium in town for charity night

    Medium in town for charity night

    By Amy Parkes on Thu 17 Jun 2010

    A CLAIRAUDIENT medium who describes himself as "a telephone exchange between this world and the next" is coming to Rotherham.

  • Imps opener for Millers

    Imps opener for Millers

    By David Beddows on Thu 17 Jun 2010

    ROTHERHAM United start their season at home to Lincoln City on August 7.

  • Community projects set for share of police cash

    Community projects set for share of police cash

    By Gareth Dennison on Thu 17 Jun 2010

    TWENTY-four community projects in Rotherham will share a windfall £39,000 from South Yorkshire Police Authority.