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Wanted man who has his name inked on his neck hunted by police

Wanted man who has his name inked on his neck hunted by police

Tue 23 Jan 2018

A WANTED man with his own name tattooed on his neck is being hunted by police.

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  • Anybody seen MP Kevin Barron?

    Anybody seen MP Kevin Barron?

    By Will Shield on Mon 26 Apr 2010

    The Scarlet pimpernel ..... They seek him here, they seek him there.

  • Rotherham postcode poser

    Rotherham postcode poser

    By Chris Teather on Mon 26 Apr 2010

    Regarding the letter from a David Gee, the agent for Paul Martin, who admits to an error in the Campaign Leaflet.

  • Impact of proposed Rotherham wind farm

    Impact of proposed Rotherham wind farm

    By A Whitaker on Mon 26 Apr 2010

    Sir, Wind farm developers, Banks claim that their proposed turbines at Ulley will produce electricity for up to 10,000 households; could this really true?

  • Parking at Rotherham Hospital

    Parking at Rotherham Hospital

    By Mrs Kerry Uttley on Sat 24 Apr 2010

    Sir, As a regular visitor to Rotherham Hospital with my little girl, we were again visiting on Thursday morning (April 22), our appointment was 9.45am.

  • A way out of bus 'mess'

    A way out of bus 'mess'

    By Alan Pearman on Mon 12 Apr 2010

    I WONDER if Councillor Stone and Rotherham Chief Executive Martin Kimber were watching BBC Look North on Tuesday?

  • Save our Green Belt

    Save our Green Belt

    By Eamonn Ward on Mon 12 Apr 2010

    Dear Sir, The only Green Party candidate in Rotherham will be Richard Penycate in Rawmarsh council ward as we focus on supporting the "Save our Green Belt" campaign.

  • Legacy of Labour a  reason to vote Tory

    Legacy of Labour a reason to vote Tory

    By Cllr Thomas Fenoughty, Conservative on Tue 06 Apr 2010

    Sir—”My dad would turn in his grave.”
    “My Dad would turn in his grave” “If they put a donkey up they’d win” When elections are coming up in Rotherham these are the 2 phrases I constantly hear.

  • How will new houses help Canklow?

    How will new houses help Canklow?

    By Concerned resident on Fri 02 Apr 2010

    Sir—As reports say that Canklow is a bad area, with high crime and low employment, why is the council planning to build 29 new homes, one a five-bedroom house.