Tue 19 Jun 2018
A MAN has been convicted for his part in a failed operation to take £500,000 from a bank by kidnapping staff and forcing them to open a safe.
By Gareth Dennison on Mon 26 Feb 2018
TATA Steel has submitted plans to convert its renowned research base in Rotherham into an estate of 127 homes.
By Gareth Dennison on Fri 23 Feb 2018
FIVE apprentices are on the right road for training with Rotherham Borough Council’s highways department.
A FRACKING awareness session will be hosted next week by an animal centre about a mile from a proposed drilling site.
YOUNGSTERS called for bin bags to be dumped from carrying their possessions between foster homes — saying: “Don’t treat us like rubbish.”
By Gareth Dennison on Thu 22 Feb 2018
UNISON has secured a council debate on the future of two adult day centres after collecting 6,569 names on a petition.
By Gareth Dennison on Fri 16 Feb 2018
MAYOR and abuse survivor Eve Rose Keenan told of her pride at becoming a patron of Rotherham Abuse Counselling Service.
A ROW is brewing over plans to expand two village bars - with residents saying the night-time scene is a "victim of its own success".
By Antony Clay on Thu 15 Feb 2018
DELAYS in legal proceedings in Canada have forced a coroner to once again adjourn the inquest into a former Radiohead roadie more than five years after his death.
By Gareth Dennison on Sat 10 Feb 2018
A RELIGIOUS group’s plan for a church and football centre on green belt land have been recommended for refusal.
By Gareth Dennison on Fri 09 Feb 2018
COUNCIL bosses pledged to prioritise adult and children’s social care as £15 million budget savings were published.
By Adele Forrest on Thu 08 Feb 2018
LABOUR is taking UKIP to court today after its MEP Jane Collins was successfully sued for libel over comments she made about Rotherham’s three Labour MPs.
By Gareth Dennison on Wed 07 Feb 2018
KERBSIDE collections of plastic waste have been added to RMBC’s budget plans — but council tax will rise by nearly six per cent.
By Gareth Dennison on Tue 06 Feb 2018
A BURGER King and Starbucks development bringing 66 jobs has been waved through by planners.
By Gareth Dennison on Fri 02 Feb 2018
WORKING families on council tax support face an average £170 bill increase after council bosses agreed cuts to save £536,000.
A THIRD of secondary school pupils are supping two or more high sugar drinks every day, a survey has revealed.