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Bank raid enquiry still open after ‘man number one’ jailed

Bank raid enquiry still open after ‘man number one’ jailed

Thu 21 Jun 2018

THE LEAD detective in the Stag bank robbery investigation has paid tribute to the witnesses who provided “exceptional testimony” against Michael Dunphy.

  • Ronnie furious as Millers flop again

    Ronnie furious as Millers flop again

    By on Mon 08 Feb 2010

    ANGRY Ronnie Moore is demanding big improvements after seeing Rotherham United embarrassed by bottom-of-the-table Darlington for the second time in three weeks on Saturday.A goal in each half from Tadhg Purcell and Gareth Waite completed a 2-0 win at the D

  • Booth wins Underground trains scrap contract

    Booth wins Underground trains scrap contract

    By on Mon 08 Feb 2010

    SCRAP metal giant C.F. Booth is steeling itself to the task of dismantling dozens of decommissioned London Underground trains in the run up to the 2012 Olympics.The one-time owner of the Rotherham United’s home football ground, has sealed a deal to s

  • New affordable homes for Rawmarsh

    New affordable homes for Rawmarsh

    By on Mon 08 Feb 2010

    BUILDING work has begun on seven homes in Rawmarsh—which will replace outdated bungalows which were demolished last year.The seven two- and four-bedroom homes on Mahon Avenue will be available for rent later this year.Cllr Shaun Wright, ward member f

  • Safety patrols on streets

    Safety patrols on streets

    By on Mon 08 Feb 2010

    SPEEDING motorists will be targeted by mobile speed cameras as part of an on-going effort to stamp out dangerous driving.Officers from the South Yorkshire Safety Camera Partnership will patrolling nine of the borough’s busiest routes with the roadsid

  • Anger at state of Rotherham's roads

    Anger at state of Rotherham's roads

    By on Mon 08 Feb 2010

    COUNCIL bosses have come under fire over the state of Rotherham’s roads during one of the chilliest winters for years.Conservative councillor Martyn Parker accused the ruling Labour group of not being quick enough in repairing the weather-damaged roa

  • Fire crews called to cabin blaze

    Fire crews called to cabin blaze

    By on Fri 05 Feb 2010

    FIRE crews were called to a temporary building in Thornhill last night after it went up in flames.Firefighters from Rotherham fire station received the call at about 7.45pm yesterday (Thursday) to put out the blaze which was believed to have been down

  • Announcement on waste plant delayed

    Announcement on waste plant delayed

    By on Fri 05 Feb 2010

    Residents waiting to find out who could be building a new waste plant on their doorstep will have to wait a bit longer after an announcement on possible candidates was delayedAn announcement of the final shortlist for the Barnsley, Doncaster and Rothe

  • Exes to come face to face again at the Oscars

    Exes to come face to face again at the Oscars

    By Michael Upton on Fri 05 Feb 2010

    Turning inevitably to this week’s Oscar nominations announcement, I can’t comment on many of the choices as the panel always seems to pick films that haven’t been released in the UK yet but much of the shortlist is filled with familiar and predictable nam

  • Site highlights

    Site highlights

    By on Fri 05 Feb 2010

    Today's site highlights. A bid to stop Rotherham councillors travelling first class has been derailed. Click here to find out why and give your views.Rotherham chairman Tony Stewart says there are two many obstacles in the way of a Millers return to M

  • Volunteer's town centre collection for Haiti

    Volunteer's town centre collection for Haiti

    By on Fri 05 Feb 2010

    Volunteers with the international relief organisation Muslim Hands will be out and about this weekend raising money for the Haiti earthquake appeal.Taukir Iqbal and others will be collecting on Howard Street and Bridgegate in Rotherham town centre on

  • Razzies list is the usual mix of the bad and the really bad

    Razzies list is the usual mix of the bad and the really bad

    By Michael Upton on Fri 05 Feb 2010

    It’s one of the biggest weeks of the cinematic year so how could I overlook the event that has had everyone talking? Yes, the nominations are out for the Razzies.

  • MacShane faces expenses probe

    MacShane faces expenses probe

    By on Thu 04 Feb 2010

    ROTHERHAM MP Denis MacShane is under investigation by the Parliamentary Commissioner for Standards over his expenses claims, it emerged this week.It is understood that the investigation is in relation to the payment he gave his poet brother, Edmund Matyjaz

  • Popular doctor retires

    Popular doctor retires

    By on Thu 04 Feb 2010

    A GP has left the surgery where he has worked for nearly four decades—but popular Dr Bhal Thakkar is not hanging up his stethoscope completely.Dr Thakkar, who has been based at the Rawmarsh Health Centre on Barbers Avenue, will continue with locum wo

  • Two-wheel Tom hits the road: SLIDESHOW

    Two-wheel Tom hits the road: SLIDESHOW

    By on Thu 04 Feb 2010

    Over the next few weeks, motoring writer Tom Sharpe will be undergoing training towards gaining his full motorcycle licence. Here, he sets out on his first lesson. PEERING out of the window at the frosty roads on Sunday morning it was with a shiver th

  • Ulley dam repair work on schedule: SLIDESHOW

    Ulley dam repair work on schedule: SLIDESHOW

    By on Thu 04 Feb 2010

    MULTI-MILLION pound flood repairs at one of Rotherham’s best-loved parks are halfway there—and still on budget.The recent big freeze caused a three-week delay, but Rotherham Borough Council said this week that the major rehabilitation works at