Thu 22 Feb 2018
A MAN has died after falling 800ft down Mt Snowdon on Saturday.
By Gareth Dennison on Mon 05 Feb 2018
SOUTH Yorkshire’s police precept will increase by the maximum allowed this year, the region’s commissioner has confirmed.
By Antony Clay on Thu 21 Dec 2017
MORE people are in work across the Rotherham borough, according to the latest government figures.
By Admin on Wed 06 Dec 2017
A RADIO debate about Yorkshire Devolution will feature council leaders and representatives of the media from across the region.
By Antony Clay on Wed 15 Nov 2017
THE number of people out of work in the Rotherham district has fallen, according to the latest government figures.
By Antony Clay on Thu 02 Nov 2017
THE GOVERNMENT has announced which companies can bid to create the trains that will run on the controversial HS2 high-speed rail line.
By Antony Clay on Wed 25 Oct 2017
A VACANCY has arisen on a town council and a search is on to fill the post.
By Antony Clay on Wed 04 Oct 2017
RESIDENTS in a Rotherham community had their say on a plan to determine priorities for individual council wards.
By Antony Clay on Fri 29 Sep 2017
AN ANGRY dad claims he has been threatened with deportation - even though he and his parents were born and bred in the UK.
By Admin on Tue 18 Jul 2017
AN OPPOSITION councillor’s amendment to an NHS motion from Labour won the ruling party’s support.
By Antony Clay on Wed 12 Jul 2017
UNEMPLOYMENT in Rotherham has fallen, according to new government figures — but the number of young people out of work has gone up.
By Gareth Dennison on Wed 12 Jul 2017
ROTHERHAM MP Sarah Champion called for new measures to prevent discrimination against trans people.
By Sam Cooper on Mon 26 Jun 2017
THE CONSERVATIVES have reached an agreement with the Democratic Unionist Party, which will see them support Theresa May’s minority government.
By Antony Clay on Fri 23 Jun 2017
A STATUE in tribute to Ted Hughes is to be unveiled this evening in the town where the poet spent most of his early life.
By Sam Cooper on Wed 21 Jun 2017
PRIME Minister Theresa May will set out the Conservatives’ legislative programme in the Queen’s Speech later — despite still not agreeing a minority government deal.
By Michael Upton on Tue 20 Jun 2017
MORE than 50 people attended a coffee and cake morning aimed at bringing people together and tackling loneliness.