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Shop staff threatened with knife in Rawmarsh

Shop staff threatened with knife in Rawmarsh

Thu 14 Dec 2017

A MAN threatened convenience store staff with a knife before fleeing empty-handed.

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  • ELECTION 2015: Sarah Champion re-elected as Rotherham MP

    ELECTION 2015: Sarah Champion re-elected as Rotherham MP

    By Admin on Fri 08 May 2015

    Sarah Champion has been re-elected as the Labour MP for Rotherham.

  • ELECTION 2015: UKIP's Jane Collins 'admits defeat'

    ELECTION 2015: UKIP's Jane Collins 'admits defeat'

    By Admin on Fri 08 May 2015

    UKIP's Jane Collins has practically admitted she will not win the Rotherham parliamentary seat, saying coming "a strong second" would be a good result for her.

  • ELECTION 2015: Updates and reaction

    ELECTION 2015: Updates and reaction

    By Admin on Fri 08 May 2015

    Counting is underway at Magna as Rotherham voters and candidates await the results of the general election.

  • Healey digs deep for votes

    Healey digs deep for votes

    By Tom Sharpe on Wed 06 May 2015

    PLANT-loving parliamentary candidate John Healey dug deep for votes when he paid a visit to a community vegetable garden.

  • Pets back Labour

    Pets back Labour

    By Gareth Dennison on Wed 06 May 2015

    PETS in rosettes are rearing their heads online to highlight Labour’s animal welfare pledges.

  • Balls in Maltby

    Balls in Maltby

    By Gareth Dennison on Wed 06 May 2015

    ED BALLS stopped off in Maltby to back Labour’s election campaign.

  • ROTHERHAM CONSTITUENCY

    ROTHERHAM CONSTITUENCY

    By Gareth Dennison on Tue 05 May 2015

    Sarah Champion (Labour) - Jane Collins (UKIP) - Sebastian Lowe (Conservatives) - Janice Middleton (Liberal Democrats) - Pat McLaughlin (Trade Unionists and Socialist Coalition) - Adam Walker (BNP) - Dean Walker (English Democrats)

  • Candidates to be quizzed at Maltby hustings

    Candidates to be quizzed at Maltby hustings

    By Michael Upton on Fri 24 Apr 2015

    ELECTION candidates will be given five minutes to sell themselves to voters tonight before being put on the spot at an open hustings event.

  • Balloons represent cuts in Rotherham

    Balloons represent cuts in Rotherham

    By Gareth Dennison on Wed 22 Apr 2015

    ANTI-cuts candidate Pat McLaughlin will release 120 balloons in Rotherham town centre — each representing £1 billion of unpaid UK corporate tax.

  • UKIP manifesto launched

    UKIP manifesto launched

    By Michael Upton on Thu 16 Apr 2015

    UKIP’S parliamentary candidate for Wentworth and Dearne, Mike Hookem, has today launched his local manifesto and pledged to bring more jobs and investment.

  • ELECTION 2015: Candidates take social media test

    ELECTION 2015: Candidates take social media test

    By Adele Forrest on Thu 16 Apr 2015

    The Advertiser put election candidates Mike Hookem and John Healey on the spot with ten social media terms - will you fare better than they did?

  • ELECTION 2015: Candidates for Rotherham Council announced

    ELECTION 2015: Candidates for Rotherham Council announced

    By Michael Upton on Tue 14 Apr 2015

    ALL EYES will be on Magna next month as Rotherham’s political scene is due to another shake-up - and here are the candidates vying for election.

  • ELECTION 2015: Rotherham candidates announced

    ELECTION 2015: Rotherham candidates announced

    By Michael Upton on Thu 09 Apr 2015

    AND they’re off — two days before the Grand National, the runners and riders in Rotherham’s general and council election contests have been announced.

  • ELECTION 2015: UKIP candidate apologises over election leaflet gaffe

    ELECTION 2015: UKIP candidate apologises over election leaflet gaffe

    By Admin on Thu 09 Apr 2015

    UKIP candidate Jane Collins has apologised for several errors in a residents’ survey sent out as part of her election campaign.

  • OAPs to quiz election candidates

    OAPs to quiz election candidates

    By Michael Upton on Wed 08 Apr 2015

    ELECTION candidates will be grilled by Rotherham’s older generation next week at a meeting organised to ask how they aim to help create an “age-friendly society”.