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  • 'I AM fighting . . . against the odds,' says Rother Valley Lib Dem

    'I AM fighting . . . against the odds,' says Rother Valley Lib Dem

    By Wesley Paxton on Mon 03 May 2010

    Sir, In response to your article concerning my remarks to pensioners in Rotherham last week, it appears that I did not express myself very well.

  • Not everyone objected to Boston Castle Grove parking plans

    Not everyone objected to Boston Castle Grove parking plans

    By Keith Gravil on Fri 30 Apr 2010

    Sir, Regarding the article on residents parking on Boston Castle Grove. I would like to correct the statement " that we all objected to the plans for yellow lines" not all of us did.

  • Plenty of people fancy a Date Night

    Plenty of people fancy a Date Night

    By Michael Upton on Fri 30 Apr 2010

    Date Night's mixed reviews have not stopped it shooting to No 1.

  • Reject unwanted title

    Reject unwanted title

    By Admin on Thu 29 Apr 2010

    Sir—I have just received a leaflet asking me to support the Labour candidate in the Wickersley ward and vote for Sue Ellis, yet two years ago she was removed from the council by the voters of the Wickersley ward and replaced by Cllr Martin Parker, a Conser

  • A grim situation

    A grim situation

    By Admin on Thu 29 Apr 2010

    Sir—Yesterday's Yorkshire was a place where you could wander out at night without being in fear, where women could walk through parks without feeling threatened and where respect was something that people earned and showed.

  • Fear of losing seats

    Fear of losing seats

    By Admin on Thu 29 Apr 2010

    Sir—I wonder if your readers have noticed how the focus of the Labour and Conservative parties in Rotherham has changed recently.

  • Resistant to change

    Resistant to change

    By Admin on Thu 29 Apr 2010

    Sir—There is an old adage that you can take a horse to water but you can't make it drink!

  • Support of judiciary

    Support of judiciary

    By Admin on Thu 29 Apr 2010

    Sir—In response to Mr Duff (see Advertiser letters, April 23) may I say I believe that the rise in anti-social behaviour that he complains of is largely attributable to the softly-softly approach to discipline and the erosion of the concept of personal res

  • Gwyneth plugs up to keep her sanity

    Gwyneth plugs up to keep her sanity

    By Michael Upton on Wed 28 Apr 2010

    The answer to film star motherhood - earplugs!

  • There's no place like home...

    There's no place like home...

    By Amy Parkes on Wed 28 Apr 2010

    I AM so pleased that the Lord is back on television. How truly entertaining is Andrew Lloyd Webber and his catalogue of facial expressions

  • Time to change free market economy

    Time to change free market economy

    By Michael James Conlon on Tue 27 Apr 2010

    Sir,

    Having walked all 3500 leaflets to every house in Maltby and met people from all over Maltby along the way. I've said one thing to BNP supporters: the reason so many different faces have descended on our shores is the Tory's notion of the free mark

  • Introducing Tory candidate for Wales

    Introducing Tory candidate for Wales

    By Charlotte Blencowe on Tue 27 Apr 2010

    My name is Charlotte Blencowe and I would like to use the Advertiser to introduce myself to the people of Wales Ward.

  • 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.

  • Wath Tesco staff go blue for Avatar release

    Wath Tesco staff go blue for Avatar release

    By Michael Upton on Mon 26 Apr 2010

    IF you go down to Tesco today, you’re sure of a big surprise.

  • 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?