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Killer driver jailed for ten years for manslaughter

Killer driver jailed for ten years for manslaughter

Tue 16 Jan 2018

A DISQUALIFIED driver who ran over a 37-year-old man during an altercation has been jailed for ten years.

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  • English services for the English

    English services for the English

    By David Miller on Wed 19 Jan 2011

    Sir, re proposed changes to the NHS in England. feel compelled to write to you as I am yet again dismayed at the fact that the British Government is attacking services in England.

  • Can you help with 1st Rotherham Scout group's history?

    Can you help with 1st Rotherham Scout group's history?

    By Sharron Herbert on Tue 18 Jan 2011

    Sir, We are scouts in the 1st Rotherham scout group and are trying to research the history of our troop.

  • Unwarranted attack

    Unwarranted attack

    By S Thornton on Tue 18 Jan 2011

    Dear Sir, I read with interest Cllr Jepson's comments in last week's Advertiser (January 14) in which he takes to task Mr Beck for his comments and views, regarding, I quote: "Councillors who do not live in the ward they represent."

  • READER PICTURE: police parking by Wayne Shaw

    READER PICTURE: police parking by Wayne Shaw

    By Admin on Tue 18 Jan 2011

    READER Wayne Shaw spotted this South Yorkshire police car parked on double yellow lines while on a trip into Sheffield city centre.

  • Moderniser warning

    Moderniser warning

    By Michael Conlon on Mon 17 Jan 2011

    Sir, The words modernise coming from a Tory silver-spooned capitalist (David Cameron) should send alarm bells ringing for all employee's of the NHS.

  • READER PICTURE: Spider by Daniel Loades

    READER PICTURE: Spider by Daniel Loades

    By Admin on Mon 17 Jan 2011

    THIS picture of a spider was taken by reader Daniel Loades, who took it in his back garden.

  • Teachers not to blame

    Teachers not to blame

    By Geoff Shead on Sun 09 Jan 2011

    Sir, I come from Rawmarsh. Went through the miners' strike and have seen all this before.

  • Rawmarsh Community School: say no ANY cuts

    Rawmarsh Community School: say no ANY cuts

    By Neil Adshead on Wed 05 Jan 2011

    Sir, In regard to the recent strike action at Rawmarsh Community School by the teachers, in which I would like to give my support, The Advertiser reported online “The union has accused new head Dr Stuart Wilson of trying to cut too quickly and too deeply.”

  • Home is where the potholes are

    Home is where the potholes are

    By Barbara Johnson on Mon 03 Jan 2011

    Sir, Oh, to be in England. Hubby and I have just spent a wonderful Christmas break in Austria, travelling from Calais, through France and Germany and return.

  • Canals key to flooding risk

    Canals key to flooding risk

    By Joe Dudhill on Wed 29 Dec 2010

    Sir, Happy New Year with a bit of good news for Rotherham and Sheffield.

  • Time for a clearout

    Time for a clearout

    By Michael Conlon on Tue 28 Dec 2010

    Sir, May I wish yourself, your staff and your readers a Happy New Year and all the best for 2011.

  • Snow clearance question cleared up

    Snow clearance question cleared up

    By Mark Waterhouse on Tue 21 Dec 2010

    Sir, I write in response to your reader J. Hall’s letter, which was published in last week’s edition of the Advertiser, claiming that workmen from Morrison/Rotherham 2010 had cleared the driveway and path in front of a councillor’s home.

  • I won't be bullied by Labour council

    I won't be bullied by Labour council

    By Peter Thirlwall on Fri 17 Dec 2010

    Sir—In response to the brief article with the sensational headline “Thirlwall thrown out of the council chamber” (see Advertiser, December 10) I would like to set the record straight.

  • Thirlwall affair raises questions about council

    Thirlwall affair raises questions about council

    By Admin on Fri 17 Dec 2010

    Sir—I am fascinated by the latest goings on in the council chamber at Rotherham Borough Council and the further unanswered questions it raises.

  • My thanks for your help

    My thanks for your help

    By Jennifer Strachan on Tue 14 Dec 2010

    I am disabled and need two sticks to walk.