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Team Katalyst closes following ex-director’s child abuse images conviction

Team Katalyst closes following ex-director’s child abuse images conviction

Thu 18 Jan 2018

THE youth centre co-founded by a man convicted of possessing child abuse images has closed while it works with the council’s safeguarding board.

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  • LETTER: Quality of Labour councillors leaves lot to be desired

    LETTER: Quality of Labour councillors leaves lot to be desired

    By READER on Wed 17 Jan 2018

    SOME of the residents at Windy Lodge at Aughton would like to thank the UKIP councillor for the Holderness ward Mick Elliot, who was made aware of the problem of paths that needed gritting in order for residents to access the centre and to be able to get to the Post Office for their pensions etc.

  • LETTER: Lack of common sense

    LETTER: Lack of common sense

    By READER on Wed 17 Jan 2018

    THE other week when visiting Aston Leisure Centre my wife slipped slightly in the car park.

  • LETTER: Why do we need SYPTE?

    LETTER: Why do we need SYPTE?

    By READER on Wed 17 Jan 2018

    THERE were no buses on Boxing Day in Rotherham, except for the X1.

  • LETTER:  Lack of common sense

    LETTER: Lack of common sense

    By READER on Tue 09 Jan 2018

    THE other week when visiting Aston Leisure Centre my wife slipped slightly in the car park.

  • LETTER: No consistency on parking

    LETTER: No consistency on parking

    By READER on Thu 28 Dec 2017

    I WAS saddened to read that a poppy seller had been fined for parking for a few minutes on the pavement near the Chapel on the Bridge and think in this case the fine should be waived.

  • LETTER: Time to stamp it out

    LETTER: Time to stamp it out

    By READER on Thu 28 Dec 2017

    I WONDER how many people notice whether their post has been officially franked or the stamps crossed out with a Biro or felt pen?

  • LETTER: A carol for Rotherham

    LETTER: A carol for Rotherham

    By READER on Wed 20 Dec 2017

    THE Rotherham Story has been created to change perceptions about Rotherham as a place to invest, do business, work, live and enjoy.

  • LETTER: How did they survive without allowances?

    LETTER: How did they survive without allowances?

    By READER on Wed 20 Dec 2017

    GREAT tidings of joy I bring to all those who voted for this current crop of Labour councillors.

  • LETTER: Thanks to paper boy Hamson

    LETTER: Thanks to paper boy Hamson

    By READER on Wed 20 Dec 2017

    I WOULD like to thank the paperboy that delivers the Record to Grange Road, Broom for his kind gesture of a hand written Christmas card delivered with issue 2357.

  • LETTER: Ask the workers what they would do

    LETTER: Ask the workers what they would do

    By READER on Wed 20 Dec 2017

    RE “Consultation on Household Waste Collection Service”.

  • LETTER: Big boys don’t cry

    LETTER: Big boys don’t cry

    By READER on Wed 06 Dec 2017

    WELL it wasn’t late December back in ‘63 but the Sheffield City Hall audience could be forgiven for thinking it was as the East Coast Boys went through a huge amount of the Four Seasons’ hits as part of their Big Boys Don’t Cry tour.

  • LETTER: People must have a say on devolution

    LETTER: People must have a say on devolution

    By READER on Wed 06 Dec 2017

    IN a few weeks’ time, our neighbours in Barnsley and Doncaster will have their say in borough-wide referendums on whether they prefer their councils to enter into a Yorkshire Region or a Sheffield City Region devolution deal.

  • LETTER:  Help protect wonderful scenery

    LETTER: Help protect wonderful scenery

    By READER on Tue 05 Dec 2017

    ‘MUST Britain’s beauty be despoiled’ is the insistent cry from those who love our countryside.

  • LETTER: The dregs come first

    LETTER: The dregs come first

    By READER on Tue 05 Dec 2017

    SOME more interesting letters this week.

  • LETTER: Reject green waste charge

    LETTER: Reject green waste charge

    By READER on Mon 27 Nov 2017

    CAN the Rotherham Advertiser ask RMBC to confirm they have proposals to charge £40 per year for a year-round green waste collection.