Wed 21 Feb 2018
A FORMER groundsman has been jailed for 17 years after he admitted sexually assaulting a 12-year-old pupil at a boarding school in Devon.
By Admin on Mon 19 Apr 2010
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.
By Admin on Mon 12 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 Amy Parkes on Fri 09 Apr 2010
HOUSING minister John Healey has announced a £10 million boost for council housing across the county, including cash for dozens of homes in Mexborough.
By Tom Sharpe on Fri 09 Apr 2010
A RUGBY team want to help a disabled youngster take his first steps by completing a sponsored walk from several top rugby league grounds.
By Gareth Dennison on Thu 08 Apr 2010
The General Election called by Prime Minister Gordon Brown yesterday is already over for voters in Rotherham, whose MPs have some of the safest seats in the country, according to the Electoral Reform Society. The society is calling for a shake-up in the vo
By Michael Upton on Fri 02 Apr 2010
PAY RISES given to Rotherham’s top-earning council officials at the height of the recession have been condemned by campaigners.
By Amy Parkes on Wed 31 Mar 2010
THE race for seats on Rotherham Borough Council officially got under way today.