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Call to have your say on new housing sites planned for Wath

Call to have your say on new housing sites planned for Wath

Tue 16 Jan 2018

RESIDENTS are being urged to have their say on changes to the borough council’s housing and development masterplan which could see more houses built in Wath.

  • Spectacular lights for Rotherham Minster: PICTURES

    Spectacular lights for Rotherham Minster: PICTURES

    By on Tue 08 Dec 2009

    LET there be light—Rotherham Minster has taken its place in the spotlight after crowds turned out to see it floodlit for the first time. The Bishop of Sheffield, the Rt Rev Steven Croft, teamed up with the Mayor of Rotherham, Cllr Shaukat Ali, t

  • Spectacular lights for Rotherham Minster: PICTURES

    Spectacular lights for Rotherham Minster: PICTURES

    By on Tue 08 Dec 2009

    LET there be light—Rotherham Minster has taken its place in the spotlight after crowds turned out to see it floodlit for the first time. The Bishop of Sheffield, the Rt Rev Steven Croft, teamed up with the Mayor of Rotherham, Cllr Shaukat Ali, t

  • FEEDBACK - This week's comments

    FEEDBACK - This week's comments

    By on Tue 08 Dec 2009

    Imagination libraryClick here for original story.Click here to join the debate and have your say. Having started out with a campaign to "Save Our Greenbelt" in Ravenfield, and becoming increasingly alerted to how this Council sees fit to&nbs

  • Volkswagen to control Porsche

    Volkswagen to control Porsche

    By on Tue 08 Dec 2009

    VOLKSWAGEN have taken a 49.9 per cent stake in Porsche in a 3.9 billion euro deal.The Wolfsburg-based German car giant confirmed that it would move to secure the controlling stake earlier this year.A spokesman for Volkswagen said: "For the Volkswagen

  • Titans can't make possession count

    Titans can't make possession count

    By on Mon 07 Dec 2009

    TITANS coach Craig West says an inability to make possession count was the key to Saturday's defeat at Plymouth.Titans went down 20-15 at the rain-swept Brickfields, grabbing a point as Jon Feeley scored in the last move of the game. Said West, who saw his

  • Technology students design camera

    Technology students design camera

    By on Mon 07 Dec 2009

    STUDENTS  were put to the test when they were asked to design a camera and accessories.Youngsters from Brinsworth Comprehensive School, Aston Comprehensive School and Oakwood Technology College took part in the event organised by NAMTEC, the National

  • Rotherham Hospital staff rehearse panto

    Rotherham Hospital staff rehearse panto

    By on Mon 07 Dec 2009

    DONNING their best big wigs, bloomers and ball gowns Rotherham General Hospital staff are busy preparing for this year's panto. The Hospital Players will perform Cinderella at Oakwood School College this Friday, December 4.The show is in aid of the Rotherh

  • Pupils dig in for Tree Week

    Pupils dig in for Tree Week

    By on Mon 07 Dec 2009

    A SCHOOL garden was spruced up as youngsters planted 13 new trees.Pupils from Kimberworth Community Centre of Learning grabbed their spades to transform their school grounds as part of The Tree Council's 35th National Tree Week.They planted 13 differe

  • Moore rues Millers lapse

    Moore rues Millers lapse

    By on Mon 07 Dec 2009

    MANAGER Ronnie Moore lambasted his defence after seeing the Millers squander a 2-0 lead at home to Burton Albion on Saturday.A double from Adam Le Fondre had Rotherham on course for three points with less than  half an hour to play until strikes by Aa

  • New adventure playground for Eastwood

    New adventure playground for Eastwood

    By on Mon 07 Dec 2009

    AN UNUSED piece of land is set to be transformed into an adventure playground thanks to a national green spaces scheme.Eastwood has been selected to be home to a new recreation area with natural elements, organic and man-made structures and planting.The pr

  • Art on show

    Art on show

    By on Mon 07 Dec 2009

    The work of a Rotherham artist will be featured in a one-night exhibition.The art of Leslie Beckett will be on show from 6.30pm to 8.30pm on Monday, December 14, at Thomas Rotherham College. Mr Beckett (96), is the former deputy head teacher of Wickersley

  • Boost for school's breakfast club kids

    Boost for school's breakfast club kids

    By on Mon 07 Dec 2009

    YOUNGSTERS are enjoying a healthy start to the day at their school’s new breakfast club. Pupils at Redscope Primary School pupils can now enjoy healthy, nutritious breakfasts of toast and crumpets before they start their lessons.And their club has be

  • £25 million nuclear research centre boost for Rotherham

    £25 million nuclear research centre boost for Rotherham

    By on Fri 04 Dec 2009

    A LANDMARK £25 million nuclear research centre is to be built in Rotherham.Business Secretary Lord Mandelson yesterday announced that the pioneering investment would be based alongside the Advanced Manufacturing Research Centre at Catcliffe.The new b

  • Council hails Dolly Parton library scheme success: VOTE

    Council hails Dolly Parton library scheme success: VOTE

    By on Fri 04 Dec 2009

    DOLLY PARTON’S Imagination Library has still to catch the imagination of more than a third of Rotherham's under fives.Latest figures released following a Freedom of Information request from activist Don Buxton show that 59 per cent of under fives hav

  • Outrage after 'sicko' beats Staffordshire bull terrier to death

    Outrage after 'sicko' beats Staffordshire bull terrier to death

    By on Fri 04 Dec 2009

    AN OUTRAGED village is uniting to drive “an evil sicko” from their community after he allegedly battered a dog to death with a spade.  Sickened villagers rose up in disgust after uncovering the dog’s broken body on a nearby pit tip.