Mon 25 Jun 2018
MALTBY'S Liam Kirk has made history by becoming the first player born and trained in England to be picked in the National Hockey League draft after being selected by Arizona Coyotes.
By READER: Terry Canadine on Tue 28 Jun 2016
WELL here we go again, two weeks after the council announces more possible redundancies in the provision of elderly social care, they’re advertising three new post at a salary of £65,000 each for new management of the social care budget!
By READER: S Lee on Tue 21 Jun 2016
ON June 9 Look North interviewed David Cameron about the area of Eastwood and the immigration saturation by the Slovakian Roma people.
By READER: Valerie Pickering on Mon 20 Jun 2016
I KNOW there’s a ban of smoking to the public, but I see and smell people smoking electronic cigarettes in pubs, in street and as I’m passing through Rotherham town centre.
By READER: S Peat on Mon 20 Jun 2016
THE Beeches care home at Wath held a royal afternoon tea party today for the Queen’s 90th birthday and can you believe it some people who live on Beech Road complained that the music was too loud.
By READER: Michael Sylvester on Mon 20 Jun 2016
THE day I’m writing (June 7) is a notable date in that it is the day our newly elected councillors pass the £1,000 mark in terms of the allowances they claim.
By READER: John Green on Mon 20 Jun 2016
FOLLOWING Mr Ludlam’s letter regarding the history of Thurcroft, might I add a bit more information regarding the name.
By READER: A Disgusted Pensioner on Mon 20 Jun 2016
I HAVE never heard of anything as absolutely stupid as closing down public toilets. Also even thinking of cutting opening hours to 10am to 4pm.
By READER: Richard Hyslop on Mon 20 Jun 2016
I AM writing in response to your recent article ‘E-cig users are warned of fire danger’.
By Admin on Thu 16 Jun 2016
MY attention has been drawn to an article “Meeting axed to protect Labour says opposition”, which appeared in the Rotherham Advertiser on April 29.
By READER: Stephen Fodor on Tue 14 Jun 2016
BY any stretch of the imagination the EU referendum result will affect our lives for donkeys’ years to come. Is this a time to be careless, cool and casual about the stark choices we’ve been finally given?
By READER: William C on Tue 14 Jun 2016
THERE is one message which may convince voters to leave the EU and it comes from our past history.
By READER: Martin Ward on Tue 14 Jun 2016
THERE are many reasons the EU will never work for us as follows:
By READER on Tue 14 Jun 2016
I WOULD like to draw our recent “Traffic Trauma” to your attention.
FOLLOWING the recent election, I feel it is time to give my views and observations on the past year or so, since the commissioners arrived to provide guidance to the council on the way forward.
By READER: Mrs P Cook on Tue 14 Jun 2016
WHEN I was about 15 years old I remember walking through the church fields at Wickersley (now the Tanyard).