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Could cable cars be the answer to Rotherham's traffic problems?

Could cable cars be the answer to Rotherham's traffic problems?

Fri 20 Oct 2017

A CABLE car could be part of the answer to Rotherham’s transport difficulties, according to one councillor.

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  • LETTER: Ashamed of mess in Rawmarsh

    LETTER: Ashamed of mess in Rawmarsh

    By Admin on Tue 11 Jul 2017

    ONCE again, annually, I have to beg to the Rotherham Council for the central reservation on Rawmarsh High Street to be cleaned.

  • LETTER: The hypocrisy speaks volumes

    LETTER: The hypocrisy speaks volumes

    By Admin on Tue 11 Jul 2017

    THE dust has settled after the general election and two things were confirmed; Theresa May is not fit to lead the country and Labour must not regain power this century.

  • LETTER: Well done Rotherham

    LETTER: Well done Rotherham

    By READER on Tue 04 Jul 2017

    ARMED Forces Day was a good day where Rotherham showed their appreciation for our armed forces in past and present conflicts.

  • LETTER: Thanks to taxi driver who helped those in need

    LETTER: Thanks to taxi driver who helped those in need

    By READER on Tue 04 Jul 2017

    I AM a Methodist Minister in Rotherham and Deanne Valley and one of the churches I look after is Talbot Lane Methodist Church.

  • LETTER: BHF has the perfect solution

    LETTER: BHF has the perfect solution

    By READER on Mon 26 Jun 2017

    IF you want to stand out from the fashion crowd, improve your sewing skills or just want a fun way to raise money for charity, the British Heart Foundation (BHF) has the perfect solution.

  • LETTER: Two sides to every story

    LETTER: Two sides to every story

    By Admin on Mon 26 Jun 2017

    JUST wow reading that comment (Advertiser June 23) about the pushchairs on the 137 service.

  • LETTER: A hung parliament whatever happens

    LETTER: A hung parliament whatever happens

    By READER on Fri 09 Jun 2017

  • LETTER: Attacks should not be glorified

    LETTER: Attacks should not be glorified

    By READER on Fri 09 Jun 2017

    SOME inept politicians from all parties and sadly many different factions of the press embarrass themselves with their insensitive public display to prove they have best coverage, the best interviews, and the best answers to questions such as. How did you feel during the attack? What did you think about knowing you could die? Did you see a lot of blood? It is repugnant reporting at its worst and it aptly demonstrates why those politicians who pander to it should not hold office of any kind including ours in Rotherham.

  • LETTER: One of the most biased elections in history

    LETTER: One of the most biased elections in history

    By READER on Fri 09 Jun 2017

    WHATEVER the outcome, this must go down as one of the most politically biased elections in history.

  • LETTER: Terrorism will never win

    LETTER: Terrorism will never win

    By READER on Thu 01 Jun 2017

    I WOULD like to express my profound sadness and horror at what happened in Manchester last week.

  • LETTER: Who do I vote for?

    LETTER: Who do I vote for?

    By READER on Thu 01 Jun 2017

    LOOKING at the Rotherham contenders, none of them are particularly palatable at all.

  • LETTER: On a hiding to nothing

    LETTER: On a hiding to nothing

    By READER on Thu 18 May 2017

    EVERY paper carried Theresa (Snow White) May’s photo on her visit to Yorkshire when she asked everybody to vote only for her.

  • LETTER: Vote for the only leader with courage

    LETTER: Vote for the only leader with courage

    By READER on Thu 18 May 2017

    WILL the people of Rotherham for once in a lifetime put this country first, and follow what seems like the majority of this country are about to do, to vote for the only person with the courage to deal with the job — destroying the un-democratic, bullying gravy train that is the European Union. That person is Theresa May.

  • POLL: In the wake of the Prime Minister's proposal to review the fox hunting ban, do you think it should be lifted?

    POLL: In the wake of the Prime Minister's proposal to review the fox hunting ban, do you think it should be lifted?

    By Admin on Mon 15 May 2017

    LET us know what you think.

  • LETTER: Does voter apathy threaten democracy?

    LETTER: Does voter apathy threaten democracy?

    By READER on Wed 10 May 2017

    THE reign of King John was a turning point in the history of England’s government. The barons — successfully — had said ‘no’ to the king, and made him do as they wanted. No king of England ever had unrestricted, or ‘absolute’, power again and within a century England saw the beginnings of Parliament.