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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.

  • RONNIE RUES MISSED CHANCES

    RONNIE RUES MISSED CHANCES

    By on Mon 12 Oct 2009

    FRUSTRATED Millers boss Ronnie Moore bemoaned his side's wastefulness after they threw away a winning position against Hereford United at Don Valley Stadium on Saturday.A 90th minute equaliser from Gavin McCallum earned a shock 1-1 draw for the visitors af

  • Manvers waste plant plan - bosses rubbish 'scare stories'

    Manvers waste plant plan - bosses rubbish 'scare stories'

    By on Fri 09 Oct 2009

    WASTE chiefs have hit back at scare stories about their plans for a £77 million pound processing plant—branding them a load of rubbish.Streetpride boss Tom Knight came out fighting this week after campaigners living near the preferred site in M

  • Aston car fires doused

    Aston car fires doused

    By on Fri 09 Oct 2009

    FIREFIGHTERS tackled two car fires on the same street within minutes of each other in the early hours of this morning.Aston Park fire station were caled to the first blaze, on Estone Drive, Aston, at around 3am today. While they were putting out the flames

  • Manvers waste plant: 'myths' rejected

    Manvers waste plant: 'myths' rejected

    By on Fri 09 Oct 2009

    The BDR waste partnership is attempting top explode what is says are some of the “myths” surrounding its plans.The group has presented the following list of statements to allay recent fears. 1 There will  definitely be NO “

  • Manvers waste plant - protesters hit out

    Manvers waste plant - protesters hit out

    By on Fri 09 Oct 2009

    ANTI-incinerator campaigners have accused waste bosses of keeping them in the dark by failing to provide enough information about the rubbish-processing plant earmarked for their doorstep.Concerned residents from Bolton, Adwick, Mexborough and Wath packed

  • Aston Park fire safety event

    Aston Park fire safety event

    By on Thu 08 Oct 2009

    GRANDPARENTS and their grandkids are being invited to an open day at a Rotherham fire station this weekend.Older people are one of the most at risk groups, according to research by the fire service, and are being asked to get behind a major safety drive th

  • Businessman backs bike lessons

    Businessman backs bike lessons

    By on Thu 08 Oct 2009

    A KIND-HEARTED businesseman has put his hand in his pocket to help youngsters at one school learn to ride a bike.Rotherham Borough Council currently grants funding for 36 pupils to take part in the Bikeability Cycle Training Course at Sitwell Junior School

  • Magna TV bungee blooper - watch video

    Magna TV bungee blooper - watch video

    By on Thu 08 Oct 2009

    ROTHERHAM was the setting for a notable TV gaffe this week after red-faced reporter Jonathan Swain was accused of “swearing” during an on-air bungee jump.The roving reporter was visiting Magna on Tuesday to try his hand at the 100ft jump when h

  • Survey of Rotherham life reveals worries about yob culture

    Survey of Rotherham life reveals worries about yob culture

    By on Thu 08 Oct 2009

    ANTI-SOCIAL behaviour has become a major problem in Rotherham as parents let their kids run amok, according to a new survey.A bleak picture of life in a yob-plagued borough is painted by the results of the Place Survey, which has also left police and borou

  • Catcliffe wind turbine broken again - by the wind

    Catcliffe wind turbine broken again - by the wind

    By on Thu 08 Oct 2009

    ECO-friendly university bosses were left red-faced for the second time in 15 months this week after one of their wind turbines was left damaged—by high winds.One of the swishing blades on the 190ft turbine at Catcliffe (pictured) was reduced to a stu

  • American treasure hunters' amazing find in Tickhill field

    American treasure hunters' amazing find in Tickhill field

    By on Thu 08 Oct 2009

    TRANSATLANTIC treasure hunters Russ Helfand and Heidi Bautista had the find of their lives when a few swishes of their metal detectors turned up a buried bounty of coins and jewellery.The couple (pictured), who were on holiday from the USA and had never tr

  • FORCE PARENTS TO CONTROL UNRULY KIDS

    FORCE PARENTS TO CONTROL UNRULY KIDS

    By on Thu 08 Oct 2009

    FEATHER ruffling Tory councillor Tony Mannion says the scourge of yob plagued Rotherham will not go away until the Government and council use the law to force parents to keep their kids in check.And he called for the scrapping of youth shelters–popul

  • INDEPENDENTS GATHERING FORCE

    INDEPENDENTS GATHERING FORCE

    By on Thu 08 Oct 2009

    THE INDEPENDENT movement is gathering pace across Rotherham, threatening to sweep out the “expenses and junket culture” in the town’s politics, according to independent councillor Peter Thirlwall.       

  • 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