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History-making Liam's off to the NHL!

History-making Liam's off to the NHL!

Mon 25 Jun 2018

MALTBY'S Liam Kirk has made history by becoming the first player born and trained in England to be picked in the National Hockey League draft after being selected by Arizona Coyotes.

  • Reluctant tenants on the rise as demand outstrips supply

    Reluctant tenants on the rise as demand outstrips supply

    By Adrian Davis on Thu 11 Mar 2010

    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).

  • Fill your house with summer

    Fill your house with summer

    By Adrian Davis on Thu 11 Mar 2010

    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.

  • Rotherham civil servants strike in redundancy cuts row

    Rotherham civil servants strike in redundancy cuts row

    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.

  • Home sale network survey reports buyer enquiries and sales agreed to continue to increase in 2010

    Home sale network survey reports buyer enquiries and sales agreed to continue to increase in 2010

    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

  • Hundreds pay tribute to truck accident teenager

    Hundreds pay tribute to truck accident teenager

    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

  • Millers back in the race, says jubilant Ronnie

    Millers back in the race, says jubilant Ronnie

    By Admin on Sun 07 Mar 2010

    MILLERS boss Ronnie Moore reckons his side have put themselves in a great position in the League Two promotion race after victory at Lincoln City on Saturday.Rotherham took advantage of the early dismissal of Imps defender Moses Swaibu to win 2-1 courtesy

  • Fly-away mixed bag

    Fly-away mixed bag

    By Michael Upton on Wed 03 Mar 2010

    You may have noticed Film Chat’s absence for the last few weeks while I had a well-earned break.

  • Razzle Dazzle

    Razzle Dazzle

    By Michael Upton on Wed 03 Mar 2010

    IT would be easy to mock Sandra Bullock. Let’s not forget she made her name with the exciting-but-brainless Speed, ruined it with the farcical Speed 2: Cruise Control and rehabilitated herself with a series of ordinary but profitable rom-coms such as Force

  • Sienna’s the worst

    Sienna’s the worst

    By Michael Upton on Wed 03 Mar 2010

    Back with the Razzies, there was a rare award for Sienna Miller, who landed worst supporting actress for GI Joe, while all three Jonas Brothers shared the worst actor award for Jonas Brothers: The 3D Concert Experience.

  • The brown stuff

    The brown stuff

    By Amy Parkes on Tue 02 Mar 2010

    My stress levels are soaring at the moment, what with the wedding and moving house, and what do I normally do when I’m stressed?….EAT CHOCOLATE.

  • Titans in battle for Championship survival

    Titans in battle for Championship survival

    By Paul Rickett on Mon 22 Feb 2010

    TITANS tomorrow begin their battle to avoid a disasterous drop into rugby’s third tier.

  • Moore: Keep up the good work

    Moore: Keep up the good work

    By Michael Upton on Mon 22 Feb 2010

    DELIGHTED Rotherham United manager Ronnie Moore hailed his side’s determination after Josh Walker’s late goal sank Bury—but urged them not to rest on their laurels.

  • Masborough car spare shop to close

    Masborough car spare shop to close

    By Naumaan Farooq on Mon 22 Feb 2010

    THE owner of a Rotherham car accessories shop is finally calling it a day 30 years on.
    Christine Wright (60), the proprietor of Masbro Spares, is shutting the shop when she retires at the end of the month.

  • Curtis in big-fight war of words

    Curtis in big-fight war of words

    By on Mon 15 Feb 2010

    THE Curtis Woodhouse camp have accused big-hitter Jay Morris of talking rubbish ahead on this month’s big fight at Magna.Woodhouse will gun for the light welterweight British Masters crown against the only man to have beaten him in 14 pro fights when

  • Family's double cancer tragedy

    Family's double cancer tragedy

    By Admin on Fri 12 Feb 2010

    A DISTRAUGHT family have been torn apart after cancer killed a young mum and her grandmother within 24 hours.Mum of two Katie Walker (20) lost her two year battle with bone and lung cancer just a day after Janice Barrington (60), died from cervical cancer