Fri 15 Dec 2017
ROTHERHAM United brought presents, Christmas cheer and even snow to Bluebell Wood.
By Michael Upton on Mon 04 Apr 2011
THE first new council houses built in Rotherham for 30 years were welcoming their new residents this week.
By Michael Upton on Thu 31 Mar 2011
THE Forestry Commission has unveiled a new grant scheme to encourage landowners in Rotherham to plant trees and help reduce flood risk.
By Michael Upton on Thu 24 Mar 2011
A NEW £10 million children’s activity centre on the site of a disused eco-theme park will provide “learning in action” for kids.
A NEW campaign has been launched across Rotherham to raise awareness of the impacts of domestic wood burning.
By Amy Westby on Wed 23 Mar 2011
UP TO 200 jobs are being promised in the redevelopment of the ill-fated Earth Centre site.
By Michael Upton on Wed 23 Mar 2011
COUNCIL bosses have picked the company they want to run a massive waste plant to deal with Rotherham’s rubbish—but the winning bidder can not yet be named.
By Gareth Dennison on Fri 18 Mar 2011
ROTHERHAM Borough Council is awaiting the final go-ahead for a seven-figure revamp breathing new life into an historic attraction.
By Gareth Dennison on Tue 15 Mar 2011
A £7,826 boost will help give the Fitzwilliam Canal in Rotherham a makeover and make it easier for visitors to learn about its wildlife.
By Gareth Dennison on Tue 08 Mar 2011
OBJECTORS are fighting plans for two 18m high wind turbines on a farm in Bramley.
A NEW community park will be built to spruce up a route into a former pit town.
By Tom Sharpe on Mon 07 Mar 2011
A COMMUNITY project which wants to restore an old orchard in Wath has been given a £1,000 boost.
By Gareth Dennison on Thu 03 Mar 2011
A FOURTH wind turbine will be added at the Advanced Manufacturing Park at Catcliffe—after planners accepted amended proposals for slightly bigger blades.
By Gareth Dennison on Wed 02 Mar 2011
A CLOSED pub will be converted into half a dozen flats, under plans passed by Rotherham Borough Council.
By Admin on Tue 01 Mar 2011
ROTHERHAM'S older folk are the best when it comes to recycling valuable cooking oil, according to a new survey.
By Amy Westby on Thu 24 Feb 2011
CONTRACTORS and council housing bosses have teamed up to give a homes an eco-friendly £150,000 makeover.