Tue 16 Jan 2018
A MAN has gone on trial charged with 20 sexual offences, including rape.
By Michael Upton on Fri 03 Sep 2010
Intrepid cyclist Andrew Fitzgerald is out to raise thousands for charity by cycling home from Gibraltar to Rotherham.
By Gareth Dennison on Fri 03 Sep 2010
The head of Rotherham’s children’s services proudly revealed this week that the authority has just a handful of social worker vacancies—down from almost 50 less than a year ago.
By Admin on Wed 01 Sep 2010
ROTHERHAM'S women drivers are being invited to take up a charity driving challenge.
By Amy Parkes on Tue 31 Aug 2010
BRAVE fighters Farah Bycroft and Ellie Greenwood have both overcome life-threatening liver conditions to compete in this year’s British Transplant Games.
By Gareth Dennison on Tue 31 Aug 2010
LOWERING the winter fuel allowance will leave older people choosing between eating and heating, Rotherham Pensioners’ Action Group has warned.
By Gareth Dennison on Fri 27 Aug 2010
YOUR council needs YOU—that was the call to residents this week to help decide where £11 million of public spending cuts will come from.
By Phil Turner on Fri 13 Aug 2010
OUTRAGED union officials have won an apology from Rotherham’s Borough Council’s chief executive after he described opponents of budget cuts as “terrorists.”
By Admin on Fri 13 Aug 2010
THE LEADER of the Rotherham Conservative Councillors Group has resigned following “a breakdown in personal and political relations with other councillors.”
COUNCIL chiefs have attacked claims that up to 1,000 jobs could go as a result of budget cuts—but admitted that 100 council workers could go.
By Naumaan Farooq on Fri 13 Aug 2010
A YOUNG mum took a giant leap for charity after battling a string of health problems.
By Gareth Dennison on Thu 12 Aug 2010
SCRAP metal firm CF Booth hope to use Millmoor’s car park to store up to 45 tube trains, according to new planning documents.
By Gareth Dennison on Tue 10 Aug 2010
PLANNED transport improvements have been scaled down and delayed after Government cuts of more than £1 million in Rotherham.
SOUTH Yorkshire Police organised a day to remember for Bluebell Wood youngsters and their families, co-inciding with training the force’s newest canine recruits.
By Admin on Mon 09 Aug 2010
A CHARITY that provides interactive musical experiences for dementia sufferers is humming a sweeter tune following a £500 boost from the Rotary Club of Mexborough.
By Gareth Dennison on Fri 06 Aug 2010
ULLEY Country Park is to open to the public—three long years after flooding threatened to close it for good.