Thu 21 Jun 2018
THE LEAD detective in the Stag bank robbery investigation has paid tribute to the witnesses who provided “exceptional testimony” against Michael Dunphy.
By Richard Smith on Tue 01 Feb 2011
MORE litterbugs have been fined after appearing before Rotherham magistrates.
By Michael Upton on Thu 27 Jan 2011
AMBITIOUS plans to turn an ill-fated tourist attraction into a “green” science, technology and engineering park could be given the go-ahead next month.
By Gareth Dennison on Mon 24 Jan 2011
ROTHERHAM Borough Council has cancelled the contract for a colossal leisure project in the Rother Valley.
By Michael Upton on Mon 17 Jan 2011
WENTWORTH MP John Healey has criticised plans to cut funding to a service giving free planning advice to communities and individuals.
COUNCIL bosses have been showing off a mountain of cardboard they hope to turn into cash.
By Gareth Dennison on Tue 11 Jan 2011
HOUSEHOLDERS will face a £30 bill to if they want to replace their wheelie bin in future.
By Phil Turner on Tue 11 Jan 2011
FAMILIES in Rotherham are being urged to cut down on their shower time by just three minutes per person to save cash and water.
By Michael Upton on Tue 04 Jan 2011
A WALK in the woods has brought a forest ranger an audience with the Queen.
By Naumaan Farooq on Thu 23 Dec 2010
A waste plant is due to re-open after undergoing an extensive refurbishment.
By Gareth Dennison on Thu 16 Dec 2010
CONTROVERSIAL plans for six giant wind turbines have been waved through by planners.
By Michael Upton on Mon 06 Dec 2010
A TOWN centre site once earmarked for a eye-catching regeneration project could be put up for sale by council chiefs.
By Tom Sharpe on Fri 03 Dec 2010
RECYCLED paving slabs and bollards could be used to spruce up an area of the town centre surrounding Rotherham’s new arts hub.
By Gareth Dennison on Mon 29 Nov 2010
SOLAR panels will be fitted to eight schools—slashing almost £15,000 from annual electricity bills.
By Michael Upton on Fri 26 Nov 2010
Council chiefs have welcomed Magistrates fining more litterbugs as they continued a crackdown on “enviro-crime.”
By Michael Upton on Thu 11 Nov 2010
DROPPING litter has left three Dearne Valley residents a total of more than £800 worse off.