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Market trader (47) on trial for sex attacks against boys

Market trader (47) on trial for sex attacks against boys

Tue 20 Feb 2018

A MARKET trader has gone on trial accused of raping young boys.

  • Green-fingered Rotherham youngsters create community garden

    Green-fingered Rotherham youngsters create community garden

    By on Wed 14 Oct 2009

    BUDDING gardeners from a Rotherham school have planted the seeds of success by creating an outdoor area for the community.A group of 14 students from Wingfield Business and Enterprise College have spent the last seven months working on the project at Hamps

  • Witness appeal after Bolton crash

    Witness appeal after Bolton crash

    By on Wed 14 Oct 2009

    An elderly pensioner suffered two broken arms when her electric scooter was in collision with a car in Bolton on Dearne.The 83-year-old woman was detained in Barnsley District General Hospital after the incident at 6pm on Monday.Police are appealing for wi

  • Mexborough hero Dennis backs charity walk

    Mexborough hero Dennis backs charity walk

    By on Wed 14 Oct 2009

    Twice-world champion darts player Dennis "The Menace" Priestley joined world heptathlon champion Jessica Ennis to put his weight behind a charity close to both of their hearts. Dennis, from Mexborough, and World Champion athlete Jess joined Westo

  • Dibble boost for Millers

    Dibble boost for Millers

    By on Tue 13 Oct 2009

    ROTHERHAM United manager Ronnie Moore has strengthened his coaching staff with the arrival of a new goalkeeping coach.Andy Dibble arrives from Championship side Peterborough United and Moore admitted that his arrival can only benefit the Millers.He said: &

  • Musical celebration for heart girl Gemma

    Musical celebration for heart girl Gemma

    By on Tue 13 Oct 2009

    MIRACLE mum Gemma Lawrence is teaming up with a friend this weekend to pay a musical tribute to a charity close to her heart.Gemma, who was given just days to live as a teenager when her heart was attacked by a virus, has organised a show called Journey Do

  • Tickhill crash tragedy inqest opens

    Tickhill crash tragedy inqest opens

    By on Tue 13 Oct 2009

    AN inquest has been opened into the death on an elderly woman who died after being airlifted to hospital by the Yorkshire Air Ambulance following a car crash in Tickhill.Janet Murphy (72), a widow from Blyth Road, Maltby, was in the back of a silver Ford F

  • Muslim pilgrims swine flu alert

    Muslim pilgrims swine flu alert

    By on Tue 13 Oct 2009

    LORD Ahmed of Rotherham is urging Muslims preparing to travel on a major pilgrimage to get a swine flu jab.And he has called on health chiefs to make sure pilgrims are properly vaccinated before they set out. Although this year Lord Ahmed will not be joini

  • Meet the Millers!

    Meet the Millers!

    By on Tue 13 Oct 2009

    MILLERS fans will have a chance to meet their heroes at a community event later this month.Returning Rotherham United boss Ronnie Moore is backing the Fairs Fayre event at Magna on Wednesday, October 28, and has agreed to make his whole first team squad av

  • Titans look to recover from battering

    Titans look to recover from battering

    By on Tue 13 Oct 2009

    TITANS coach Craig West has called on his side to bounce straight back from their drubbing at Nottingham.The Clifton Lane side face three tough Championship games in three weeks, starting at home to Bedford on Saturday, as they look to recover from the 46-

  • Accidental death verdict on Rotherham man killed in beam horror

    Accidental death verdict on Rotherham man killed in beam horror

    By on Tue 13 Oct 2009

    The jury at an inquest into the death of a 21-year-old Rotherham man has returned a verdict of accidental death.Richard Foy, of Claremont Street, Holmes, was sitting on a stack of beams at private land off Meadowbank Road when one of them moved a

  • Rotherham man hurt in M1 crash

    Rotherham man hurt in M1 crash

    By on Mon 12 Oct 2009

    Police are appealing for witnesses following a two-vehicle collision on the M1 on Friday evening which left a 28-year-old Rotherham man with serious head and neck injuries.A red Vauxhall was approaching the exit slip road for Junction 33 on the southbound

  • Have your say on planning shake-up

    Have your say on planning shake-up

    By on Mon 12 Oct 2009

    TIME is running out for the public to have their say on possible changes to the way controversial planning applications are advertised.At the moment, councils are required by law to put adverts in newspapers like the Advertiser when certain kinds of plans

  • Rotherham business awards: tickets selling fast

    Rotherham business awards: tickets selling fast

    By on Mon 12 Oct 2009

    LOCAL businesses are being urged to book now to guarantee a place at next week's Rotherham Business Awards.The prestigious ceremony will be hosted by television presenter Harry Gration at the Magna Centre on Friday 23 October and, with around 450 places al

  • Top computer award for Rawmarsh Sandill primary school

    Top computer award for Rawmarsh Sandill primary school

    By on Mon 12 Oct 2009

    YOUNGSTERS at Rawmarsh Sandhill primary school are celebrating winning an award for the way that they use computers.The school has been presented with the British Education Communications and Technology Agency (Becta) award by MP John Healey.The award is a

  • Man badly hurt in M1 crash

    Man badly hurt in M1 crash

    By on Mon 12 Oct 2009

    Police are appealing for witnesses following a two-vehicle collision on the M1 on Friday evening which left a 28-year-old Rotherham man with serious head and neck injuries.A red Vauxhall was approaching the exit slip road for Junction 33 on the southbound