Thu 22 Mar 2018
INSPECTORS have told South Yorkshire Police to improve how it protects vulnerable people – but rated it good in all other areas.
By Dave Doyle on Thu 12 Jan 2012
POLICE have closed a junction in Thorpe Hesley after a collision involving at least two cars.
By Michele Vincent on Wed 11 Jan 2012
WOULD-be cyclists are being offered a free training scheme by Rotherham Borough Council.
By Phil Turner on Mon 09 Jan 2012
STRIKING Stagecoach bus drivers are to be balloted on a new pay offer after talks with the company last Friday.
By Admin on Fri 06 Jan 2012
A BID for almost £25 million of government funding has been made as part of efforts to further improve the South Yorkshire's public transport system.
By Admin on Wed 04 Jan 2012
TRANSPORT bosses have reassured older passengers that they do not face changes to their concessionary travel passes .
MOTORISTS are being warned to expect delays in Maltby from next week, particularly along the A631 Rotherham Road.
By Gareth Dennison on Thu 22 Dec 2011
DISMAYED Denis MacShane labelled Rotherham’s train station site an eyesore—as the delay-dogged project fell a YEAR behind schedule.
By Michael Upton on Wed 21 Dec 2011
HEALTH workers all over Rotherham will have no trouble clocking in this winter with an all-weather, chauffeur-driven service helping them reach hospitals and clinics through snow and ice.
A £2.4 million project to install a concrete safety barrier along the M1 near Rotherham will get underway after the Christmas and New Year holiday.
By Tom Sharpe on Tue 20 Dec 2011
TRANSPORT bosses have been celebrating after the Department of Transport revealed a £19.4 million funding boost for a new transport link.
By Tom Sharpe on Tue 13 Dec 2011
STAGECOACH is spending £1.4m on ten new buses for one of the company’s busiest routes.
By Tom Sharpe on Fri 09 Dec 2011
FIREFIGHTERS have snapped up a new tool in their battle to make the borough safer—a Subaru Impreza
By Tom Sharpe on Wed 07 Dec 2011
HAULIERS are expected to make a second attempt to move a giant steelworks ladle today after it caused traffic chaos yesterday.
By Tom Sharpe on Tue 06 Dec 2011
A 25-ton metal ladle fell from a lorry travelling along one of the borough’s major routes—causing a closure of several hours
By Tom Sharpe on Thu 01 Dec 2011
CYCLISTS are set to receive free high-visibility vests as part of an effort to keep them safe on the roads this winter.