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VIDEO AND PHOTO GALLERY: Smoke billows from scene of Dalton blaze

VIDEO AND PHOTO GALLERY: Smoke billows from scene of Dalton blaze

Fri 17 Nov 2017

THIS was the dramatic scene as a huge fire lit up the night sky in Dalton.

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  • Dispute over Town Hall disabled access

    Dispute over Town Hall disabled access

    By Gareth Dennison on Fri 08 Oct 2010

    A £3 million Town Hall revamp has left disabled visitors without access to the council's public gallery, with bosses blaming a lack of space and money.

  • Row brews over farmhouse conversion plan

    Row brews over farmhouse conversion plan

    By Gareth Dennison on Thu 07 Oct 2010

    A CONTROVERSIAL proposal to convert an 18th century farmhouse into flats will go before planners next week.

  • Call centre jobs at risk

    Call centre jobs at risk

    By Michael Upton on Wed 06 Oct 2010

    Ikea has confirmed that jobs are at risk at its call centre near Wath.

  • Mike takes the reins at Rotherham Hospice

    Mike takes the reins at Rotherham Hospice

    By Amy Westby on Tue 05 Oct 2010

    A ROTHERHAM charity has announced the arrival of its first chief executive.

  • Social worker struck off for misconduct

    Social worker struck off for misconduct

    By Amy Westby on Tue 05 Oct 2010

    A SOCIAL worker who acted dishonestly and did not protect the rights of children has been struck off for misconduct.

  • Rotherham charities' £7,000 share-out

    Rotherham charities' £7,000 share-out

    By Amy Westby on Mon 04 Oct 2010

    FIVE charities have been presented with a share of almost £7,000 thanks to the grit and determination of a Rotherham relay team.

  • Cashless pay-as-you-go car parks get go-ahead

    Cashless pay-as-you-go car parks get go-ahead

    By Gareth Dennison on Mon 04 Oct 2010

    A PROPOSAL for cashless pay-as-you-parking in town centre car parks has been approved.

  • Students help out at Bluebell Wood

    Students help out at Bluebell Wood

    By Gareth Dennison on Mon 04 Oct 2010

    COLLEGE trainees have been at Bluebell Wood Children’s Hospice adding a lick of paint to the rooms as well as experience to their CVs.

  • Council and NHS pledge to save Jamie's Ministry

    Council and NHS pledge to save Jamie's Ministry

    By Tom Sharpe on Thu 30 Sep 2010

    COUNCIL and NHS bosses have pledged to back Rotherham’s Ministry of Food amid fears of stringent cuts in government funding.

  • Blunkett slates police cuts

    Blunkett slates police cuts

    By Michael Upton on Mon 27 Sep 2010

    FORMER Home Secretary David Blunkett MP has questioned how South Yorkshire Police can cope with a 20 per cent reduction in its budget.

  • Nicola takes the plunge for heroes

    Nicola takes the plunge for heroes

    By Naumaan Farooq on Mon 27 Sep 2010

    A SELFLESS fund-raiser has proved herself a double hit after raising thousands of pounds for armed forces with two sterling efforts in three days.

  • Surgery closure blow

    Surgery closure blow

    By Naumaan Farooq on Mon 27 Sep 2010

    ELDERLY patients could find the impending closure of their local surgery a bitter pill hard to swallow, it was predicted this week.

  • Hospital staff 'shattered' by job losses

    Hospital staff 'shattered' by job losses

    By Tom Sharpe on Fri 24 Sep 2010

    UNION bosses battling to save jobs at Rotherham General Hospital claim that staff have been left “shattered” by the news that 58 jobs could go.

  • Kids urged to join mini-pots scheme

    Kids urged to join mini-pots scheme

    By Tom Sharpe on Fri 24 Sep 2010

    CARING kids are being urged to use their nurturing skills to grow pots of cash for a national cancer charity.

  • Matthew facing 219-mile trek

    Matthew facing 219-mile trek

    By Amy Westby on Fri 24 Sep 2010

    AN EX-Royal Marine is preparing to walk the entire length of the Trans Pennine Trail for charity-a challenge prompted by the death of his grandfather.