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VIDEO AND PHOTO GALLERY: Smoke billows from scene of Dalton blaze

VIDEO AND PHOTO GALLERY: Smoke billows from scene of Dalton blaze

Fri 17 Nov 2017

THIS was the dramatic scene as a huge fire lit up the night sky in Dalton.

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  • Why did we grind to a halt?

    Why did we grind to a halt?

    By Admin on Fri 10 Dec 2010

    How we coped with the snow. Your letters

  • Only hope for town centre shopping is change of council

    Only hope for town centre shopping is change of council

    By Mr LG Kenyon on Tue 07 Dec 2010

    Sir Quarter of Rotherham's Shops Empty. Tim O'Connell, who is Business, Retail and Investment manager at Rotherham Council has said "What we need to do is to bring more people in to spend more money.....drum up interest in the town......it's not a lot to c

  • Support your local fire station

    Support your local fire station

    By Davie Kelly on Fri 03 Dec 2010

    I have just read your poll concerning the fire brigade and the cutbacks.

  • LETTER: free schools debate. What do you think?

    LETTER: free schools debate. What do you think?

    By Miss Charlotte Blencowe on Tue 30 Nov 2010

    Sir, Unfortunately, the Rotherham Labour Group has attacked our plan for a new school (letter, the Advertiser, 26th November 2010).

  • Labour Group oppose ‘free’ schools initiative

    Labour Group oppose ‘free’ schools initiative

    By Jane Austen and Jo Burton on Fri 26 Nov 2010

    Sir, There have been some articles and speculation in the press recently concerning potential new initiatives around state education.

  • Lib-Dem MPs on loser

    Lib-Dem MPs on loser

    By R Billups on Mon 22 Nov 2010

    Sir—I see that uni students have pledged to never again vote Lib-Dem.What with Forgemasters and now the students it looks as though Clegg has put himself and his party behind the eight ba

  • Now is the time to act

    Now is the time to act

    By Chris Bingham on Mon 22 Nov 2010

    Sir, As events unfold in Ireland, it is daily becoming more apparent what the elites of private capital have in store for us all.

  • Let the people vote on British democracy

    Let the people vote on British democracy

    By John Wilkinson on Mon 22 Nov 2010

    Sir—Yet again we see the ability of the British people to make their own laws being further eroded by our legal relationship with the EU

  • Let the people vote on British democracy

    Let the people vote on British democracy

    By John Wilkinson on Fri 19 Nov 2010

    Sir—Yet again we see the ability of the British people to make their own laws being further eroded by our legal relationship with the EU.

  • Litter penalty 'ridiculous'

    Litter penalty 'ridiculous'

    By Paul Scott on Tue 16 Nov 2010

    Sir, Having read your report last week regarding fines imposed at Rotherham Court for littering and dog fouling and the response this week regarding litter left after football matches, I am a little confused.

  • Questions over Rawmarsh Community School's financial plight

    Questions over Rawmarsh Community School's financial plight

    By Ruth Booth on Mon 15 Nov 2010

    Sir, Mr Clowes asked, in last week's letters, who is to be held accountable for a £400,000 overspend at Rawmarsh Community School.

  • LETTER: Musical history to be proud of

    LETTER: Musical history to be proud of

    By Tony Beesley on Mon 15 Nov 2010

    Sir, While browsing through a brand new book, Never Mind the Ballards, which aims to chronicle all of the UK’s Rock and Pop cultural places of note and interest, I noticed that, we (Rotherham) get a mere mention for our Arts Centre playing host to Pulp’s f

  • Proud to be British

    Proud to be British

    By M Hopkins on Sun 14 Nov 2010

    This week's disgusting scenes of Asians disrespecting our soldiers and war dead by burning poppies on Remembrance Day, and allowed to get away with it, sums up what's happening to our once great country.

  • Thanks due to hospital

    Thanks due to hospital

    By Mrs M R Ward on Sun 14 Nov 2010

    Sir, I have recently spent 7 weeks as a patient in Ward A6 of RDGH.

  • Schools bad weather proposal a nightmare

    Schools bad weather proposal a nightmare

    By Admin on Sat 13 Nov 2010

    Sir—Apparently Sheffield City Council is considering requiring teachers to attend their nearest school in times of bad weather instead of their usual place of work.