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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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  • Council cuts should start at the top

    Council cuts should start at the top

    By Admin on Fri 03 Sep 2010

    Rotherham Council has asked people in the borough to suggest ways in which council spending might be cut. Here are some of the responses sent to the Advertiser.

  • Denis MacShane should be ashamed

    Denis MacShane should be ashamed

    By David Fleming on Wed 01 Sep 2010

    Dear Sir, Even after all the furore about MPs' expenses they do not like being told what they can or cannot claim.

  • Missing banner

    Missing banner

    By Mandy Matthew on Sat 28 Aug 2010

    Who and why has someone removed our banner! Richmond Park Tenants and Residents Association managed to secure £100 funding this year to purchase a decent advertising banner to promote our annual Community Fun Day, which is being held on Sunday.

  • Thank you from all at Thornberry Animal Sanctuary

    Thank you from all at Thornberry Animal Sanctuary

    By Sarah Froggatt on Thu 26 Aug 2010

    I am writing on behalf of all the staff and animals at Thornberry to thank the Rotherham Advertiser readers for their generosity following our appeal for survival.

  • Top student wins a year's university cash

    Top student wins a year's university cash

    By Amy Parkes on Thu 26 Aug 2010

    A ROTHERHAM student has won a scholarship to fund her first year at university.
    Rebecca Middleton (18) of Thomas Rotherham College was this year's winner of the Harold Bridges Memorial Scholarship.

  • TALKING POINT: Why I'm bucking the university system

    TALKING POINT: Why I'm bucking the university system

    By Admin on Thu 26 Aug 2010

    THOUSANDS of students are mulling over their futures this week after receiving their A-Level and GCSE results. Former Dearne High student Anna Rydelewski (18), from Thurnscoe, explains the frustrations and challenges facing her generation.

  • TALKING POINT: Burkas are not British - do you agree?

    TALKING POINT: Burkas are not British - do you agree?

    By Admin on Sat 14 Aug 2010

    A recent correspondent to the Advertiser told a story of how she witnessed a child being frightened by women wearing burkas on a Rotherham bus. Do you agree with the views of our correspondents.

  • The problem with this country

    The problem with this country

    By Richard Marriott on Wed 11 Aug 2010

    Dear Sir, Every week I stand out in town on the socialist party stall campaigning and petitioning for a better standard of living for all both in the UK and internationally and every week I wait for somebody to come up and sign the petition to stop the NHS

  • Expensive start to holiday

    Expensive start to holiday

    By Mrs Gill Fairhurst on Sat 31 Jul 2010

    I would like you to inform the person who hit my car and smashed the wing mirror whilst it was parked at Wickersley on Saturday and then drove away that new wing mirror cost me £58 to replace, plus a trip to Sheffield for the repair.

  • Tough times ahead: Council leader's open letter to town

    Tough times ahead: Council leader's open letter to town

    By Michael Upton on Tue 20 Jul 2010

    HARD decisions, job losses and cuts to public services are on the way, the leader of Rotherham Borough Council warned this week.

  • MP Kevin Barron owes us an apology

    MP Kevin Barron owes us an apology

    By Michael J Conlon on Mon 12 Jul 2010

    Sir— So now it seems that no new schools for Maltby, (see Advertiser, July 9) despite the fact that our local MP and his daughter’s election campaign centered around the fact that these schools were going to be built.

  • Possible end of Maltby Acadmy plans 'excellent news'

    Possible end of Maltby Acadmy plans 'excellent news'

    By Shaun Barratt on Mon 12 Jul 2010

    With regard to the possible axing of the new build for Maltby Academy (see Advertiser July 9), as stupid as it sounds, it’s brilliant news!

  • No reason to strike

    No reason to strike

    By Michael J Conlon on Wed 07 Jul 2010

    Sir, I went to sign on recently to find staff from the employment office outside with placards which read fair pay and conditions say no to cuts.

  • Public ownership would mean better buses

    Public ownership would mean better buses

    By Richard Marriott on Mon 05 Jul 2010

    Sir, An issue that seems to have been forgotten about recently and was brought back to the front of my mind was the bus services in Rotherham.

  • We can't stop climate change

    We can't stop climate change

    By Robin Darnell on Sun 04 Jul 2010

    Sheffield Campaign against Climate change.