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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.

  • Video: Rotherham company developing waterless washing machine

    Video: Rotherham company developing waterless washing machine

    By on Fri 12 Feb 2010

    AN AMBITIOUS Rotherham company is aiming to be as big as vacuum giants Dyson after developing a waterless washing machine. Xeros has developed the environmentally friendly breakthrough, which reduce the carbon footprint of laundry and save billions of litr

  • Real Ale festival need volunteer pint pullers

    Real Ale festival need volunteer pint pullers

    By on Fri 12 Feb 2010

    ORGANISERS of the Oakwood Real Ale and Music Festival are on the hunt for volunteers to help get the ale flowing at the popular annual event. There will be over 200 hand-pulled beers and 20 ciders available at the giant ale festival, which is set to o

  • Questions over £1m Maltby quarry restoration

    Questions over £1m Maltby quarry restoration

    By on Fri 12 Feb 2010

    PRESSURE is mounting on council chiefs to come clean about the total cost to the taxpayer of their ill-fated legal battle over the unfinished restoration of a quarry. Rotherham Borough Council confirmed two weeks ago that the row with Ibstock Brick ov

  • Brinsworth Manor Junior rated 'outstanding'

    Brinsworth Manor Junior rated 'outstanding'

    By on Fri 12 Feb 2010

    AN OUTSTANDING junior school has been honoured in a special awards event to recognise education's top achievers. Brinsworth Manor Junior School was honoured by OFSTED at the event in Manchester, which was hosted by Christine Gilbert, Her Majesty's Chi

  • Broom Valley Community School 'inadequate'

    Broom Valley Community School 'inadequate'

    By on Fri 12 Feb 2010

    A STRUGGLING school has been placed in special measures after going from being rated “good” to “inadequate” in two years. Broom Valley Community School has been criticised by Ofsted inspectors for failing to provide an acc

  • Eco-plant defeat could cost Rotherham Council £40,000: VOTE

    Eco-plant defeat could cost Rotherham Council £40,000: VOTE

    By on Fri 12 Feb 2010

    ROTHERHAM ratepayers face footing a bill for costs of up to £40,000 after permission for a pioneering power plant was granted on appeal.  The borough council’s planning board doused applicant Bioflame’s hopes for the eco-friendly woo

  • Hunt for jewellery thieves

    Hunt for jewellery thieves

    By on Thu 11 Feb 2010

    THIEVES have smashed their way into a high street jewellers and made of with £1,000 worth of stock.Police issued an appeal information following the theft from Herbert Brown Jewellers on High Street, Mexborough, was discovered by staff shortly after

  • Jordan eyes bike big time

    Jordan eyes bike big time

    By on Thu 11 Feb 2010

    TEENAGE talent Jordan Watling is going full throttle to reach the bike racing big league in 2010.The 18-year-old enters this year's Thundersport 600 Championship as the series favourite after an encouraging 2009.Jordan finished sixth in the Thundersport 50

  • Thousands at Magna for disabled fair: PICTURE GALLERY

    Thousands at Magna for disabled fair: PICTURE GALLERY

    By Michael Upton on Thu 11 Feb 2010

    SUMO wrestlers, football stars, magicians, musicians and circus performers were all on hand to put on a spectacular show this week at an event with a difference.

  • Murder suspect cell death: inquest opens

    Murder suspect cell death: inquest opens

    By on Thu 11 Feb 2010

    POLICE investigating after a man charged with the murder of a Rotherham bakery worker was found hanged in his prison cell said yesterday that there were no suspicious circumstances.Hossein Abdollahzadeh, of Maple Road, Mexborough, was found unconscious in

  • Players are behind me, declares Millers' boss

    Players are behind me, declares Millers' boss

    By on Thu 11 Feb 2010

    MILLERS boss Ronnie Moore has rubbished claims he doesn't have the support of his players—and urged his critics to stop sniping and get behind the team.There have been suggestions that Moore, in charge for only four months, has "lost the dressin

  • We've let boss down, says Harrison

    We've let boss down, says Harrison

    By on Thu 11 Feb 2010

    RONNIE Moore shouldn't be left to shoulder the blame when things go wrong for the Millers, insists midfielder Danny Harrison.Despite the morale-boosting win over Dagenham, the 27-year-old admits that the players have let the boss down in recent matches by

  • Road debris protest at Rotherham council meeting: GIVE YOUR VIEWS

    Road debris protest at Rotherham council meeting: GIVE YOUR VIEWS

    By on Thu 11 Feb 2010

    AN angry councillor arrived with a surprise delivery at a full council meeting—debris from a road repair.Conservative councillor Tony Mannion hit out at the ruling Labour group as he handed over the package from the damaged road outside his Rotherham

  • Rotherham councillor urges more British-born Imams: VOTE

    Rotherham councillor urges more British-born Imams: VOTE

    By on Thu 11 Feb 2010

    A ROTHERHAM councillor this week expressed fears that out-of-touch leaders in Britain’s mosques could be fostering young extremists.Cllr Mahroof Hussain has called for more British-born Imams in Rotherham’s mosques in a bid to understand the pr

  • In pictures: Act for Rotherham business awards

    In pictures: Act for Rotherham business awards

    By on Thu 11 Feb 2010

    TOWN centre traders enjoyed a celebration of excellent customer service at the first Act for Rotherham Business Awards. Following a short-listing process, 62 businesses went head-to-head in 13 categories and the winners were announced at the event at