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Fri 20 Oct 2017

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  • Letter: Latest leaks from Brussels

    Letter: Latest leaks from Brussels

    By READER: Clive Phillips on Tue 10 May 2016

    THE battle for the minds of the electorate continues with the local elections taking a back a seat to the referendum on June 23.

  • Letter: Remain vote is ‘project fear’

    Letter: Remain vote is ‘project fear’

    By READER: GBW Millward on Tue 10 May 2016

    AFTER reading about our local university rejoicing, and saying what a good thing the EU is because they have been funded, I wonder if I am missing something.

  • Letter: Dog’s life at the bookies

    Letter: Dog’s life at the bookies

    By READER: Mr Richard Billups on Tue 10 May 2016

    RAY Hill’s letter about street bookies reminded me of an experience my dad had in the 1950s.

  • Letter: No paragons of virtue in Labour

    Letter: No paragons of virtue in Labour

    By READER: Graham Smith on Wed 04 May 2016

    I AM not a prolific letter writer, I suppose that is down to email, but this is an important moment for our town with all out elections for the council for the next four years. And two letters from last week’s paper April 15 have stirred me to offer a resp

  • Letter: Why have tenancy agreements?

    Letter: Why have tenancy agreements?

    By READER on Wed 04 May 2016

    CAN you remind me why the council has a tenancy agreement?

  • Letter: Thanks Eastwood House

    Letter: Thanks Eastwood House

    By READER: Mrs T Otley on Wed 04 May 2016

    I would just like to compliment Eastwood House for a lovely time I have had since I went to live there.

  • Letter: ‘I help when and where I am asked’

    Letter: ‘I help when and where I am asked’

    By READER: Allen Cowles on Wed 04 May 2016

    LETTERS April 24 — there are a couple upon which I should like to reply.

  • Letter: Thanks Sue

    Letter: Thanks Sue

    By READER: Karen Duke on Tue 26 Apr 2016

    THE day after the local elections, I will be moving from the Wickersley Ward to my new home on Woodlaithes.

  • Letter: Religious buildings are like pubs!

    Letter: Religious buildings are like pubs!

    By READER: Mr Richard Billups on Mon 18 Apr 2016

    THE demise of religious buildings is an ongoing theme like pubs.

  • Letter: Not even good enough for Europeans

    Letter: Not even good enough for Europeans

    By READER: Mr D Kay on Mon 18 Apr 2016

    THERE was a man who lived in the EU

  • Letter: Nothing to replace closing youth club

    Letter: Nothing to replace closing youth club

    By READER: on Tue 12 Apr 2016

    MY daughter is upset because she has been told that her youth club has got to close. Chat ‘n’ Chill at Maltby and Kimberworth is a youth club for young people on the autistic spectrum and is one of the few recreational services that they and their families

  • Consider the Green idea

    Consider the Green idea

    By Admin on Tue 12 Apr 2016

    I HAVE to start by saying, what a great letter by Michael Sylvester in the Advertiser and what a great idea he had for using our third vote (at this year’s election) for an independent or third party candidate.

  • Letter: How is award decided?

    Letter: How is award decided?

    By READER: Leonard Muscroft on Tue 12 Apr 2016

    I WOULD like to congratulate Douglas Austin on being awarded the very prestigious Legion d’Honneur.

  • Letter: More to fear in staying in the EU

    Letter: More to fear in staying in the EU

    By READER: Martin Ward on Tue 05 Apr 2016

    IT is no use being part of a family that will not protect our steel industry. Steel is a strategic industry to any nation for further use and ultimate protection.

  • Letter: Services are a lifeline for families

    Letter: Services are a lifeline for families

    By READER: Una Summerson on Tue 05 Apr 2016

    AS Rotherham Council finalises its budgets for the next financial year, Contact a Family, the national charity that supports families with disabled children, has published worrying new research showing that spending on short break (or respite) services for