Thu 18 Jan 2018
THE youth centre co-founded by a man convicted of possessing child abuse images has closed while it works with the council’s safeguarding board.
By Gareth Dennison on Thu 20 May 2010
LANDSCAPING work is under way to enhance Rotherham’s Minster Yard as a town centre green space.
By Amy Parkes on Thu 20 May 2010
A CONCERT promising a feast of music and entertainment is being held to raise money for two charities in Rotherham.
AN AUSTRALIAN visitor in town to research libraries has described Rotherham’s facilities as “some of the best in Europe.”
By Michael Upton on Tue 18 May 2010
A TRAIL-blazing £350 million leisure complex hailed as “the jewel in Rotherham’s crown” has been given renewed backing after planners gave it the thumbs-up for the second time.
By Michael Upton on Mon 17 May 2010
COUNCILLORS are meeting this afternoon to decide whether a controversial £350 million leisure development should get the go-ahead.
By Gareth Dennison on Mon 10 May 2010
HUNDREDS of people popped in for a cuppa when a Rotherham couple held an MS fund-raiser at Sheffield Town Hall.
By Michael Upton on Thu 06 May 2010
COUNCIL bosses came under fire this week over the lack of parking at one of its new leisure centres.
By Michael Upton on Wed 05 May 2010
ROTHERHAM Borough Council is aiming to slash the number of council homes vacant for more than four months by two-thirds.
By Amy Parkes on Tue 04 May 2010
HIGH flying footballers took time out to support a Rotherham children’s charity.
By Admin on Tue 20 Apr 2010
SOUTH Yorkshire charity Lost Chord is teeing off with a charity golf day at one of the region's most famous championship courses.
By Admin on Mon 19 Apr 2010
Full list of candidates in the May 6 elections for seats on Rotherham Borough Council.
By Richard Smith on Mon 19 Apr 2010
The list of candidates standing for Rotherham Borough Council in next month's election has been announced - and we want to know what YOU think the council's priorities should be.
A FREE seminar to update South Yorkshire charities on management responsibilities, including governance and insurance issues, is being held by the Yorkshire Bank in Rotherham in April.
By Phil Turner on Mon 19 Apr 2010
EDUCATION chiefs took eight months and spent more than £28,000 on sacking a deputy head teacher for bullying tragic teacher Britt Pilton before she died.
By Phil Turner on Fri 16 Apr 2010
PRICES of meals on wheels for OAPs are going up by 30p a time—less than a year after the borough council controversially scrapped its own service, claiming that private companies would offer better value for money.