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Man (22) admits malicious sending of sexual images

Man (22) admits malicious sending of sexual images

Thu 21 Jun 2018

A MAN has admitted disclosing private sexual images of a woman to cause her distress.

  • 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

  • Bid to ban council first-class travel halted: VOTE

    Bid to ban council first-class travel halted: VOTE

    By on Thu 04 Feb 2010

    A CALL to scrap first class travel for Rotherham councillors was this week derailed by the borough council’s ruling Labour group.Independent councillor Peter Thirlwall this week proposed a motion that the practice should be outlawed by the borough co

  • Tributes to crash victim Robert

    Tributes to crash victim Robert

    By on Thu 04 Feb 2010

    MORE than 60 close friends gathered to raise a glass in memory of a popular young man hours after he was killed in a road accident.The impromptu tribute at a pub in Rawmarsh followed the death of 23-year-old Robert Crook.He was returning from a night out i

  • Pub shut down over violence fears

    Pub shut down over violence fears

    By on Thu 04 Feb 2010

    A ROWDY Rotherham pub with a history of serious crime and disorder has had its licence suspended and could be closed for good.The Wetherby, on Park Hill, Swallownest, has been forced to stop pulling pints after South Yorkshire Police requested a fast-track

  • Clergywoman steps in after pervert rector jailed

    Clergywoman steps in after pervert rector jailed

    By on Thu 04 Feb 2010

    ONE of Britain’s first female clergy has been brought in to “heal the wounds” left by pervert rector Adrian Fereday.Canon Judith Trickett, currently vicar at St Cuthbert’s Church, Herringthorpe, is set to take the reins in the rural

  • Rotherham mum kicks cigarette habit with help of son (4)

    Rotherham mum kicks cigarette habit with help of son (4)

    By on Thu 04 Feb 2010

    A MUM who smoked 20 cigarettes a day has kicked the habit and not smoked for two years using her four-year-old son as motivation.Nicole Shackley (26), of Sivilla Road, Mexborough, had smoked for nine years but decided enough was enough after fearing that s

  • I Love Rotherham Day just one week away

    I Love Rotherham Day just one week away

    By on Thu 04 Feb 2010

    A GROUND-BREAKING initiative in Rotherham has been given a major boost with more of the town’s major players backing the scheme.The South Yorkshire Community Foundation’s I Love Rotherham campaign is encouraging people to show their love for th

  • Bullying probe teacher sacked

    Bullying probe teacher sacked

    By on Thu 04 Feb 2010

    A DEPUTY head teacher sacked for bullying a bulimic colleague who later died now faces being struck off.Moira Ogilvie (39), was dismissed from Rotherham’s High Greave Junior School after bullying allegations were raised at an inquest on eating disord

  • Salute to Rotherham's police heroes: PICTURES

    Salute to Rotherham's police heroes: PICTURES

    By on Thu 04 Feb 2010

    CONSISTENT high standards and outstanding instances of bravery were rewarded at the third Rotherham District Police Awards.Eight awards were handed out and a dozen commendations presented at the Hellaby Hall Hotel ceremony last Wednesday.Supt Andrew Parker

  • Rotherham Giants in charity link

    Rotherham Giants in charity link

    By on Thu 04 Feb 2010

    PROMOTED Rotherham Giants are aiming to do their bit for charity as well as setting their sights on a National League place this summer.Giants have been elevated to the Yorkshire League following a minor restructuring, just one tier below the prestigious N