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  • The news must get through!

    The news must get through!

    By Colin Brookes on Sat 11 Dec 2010

    Deep snow. Pavements and Roads not cleard.No bins emptied.Post not delivered.Yet every morning my paper delivered on tme .

  • Put criminals to work

    Put criminals to work

    By Eddy Meese on Sat 11 Dec 2010

    Why were all the crooks druggies muggers etc, etc, languishing in their nice cosy bail hostels being fed and looked after while law abiding citizens and pensioners had no choice but to fend for themselves.

  • Why did we grind to a halt?

    Why did we grind to a halt?

    By Admin on Fri 10 Dec 2010

    How we coped with the snow. Your letters

  • Nothing done to clear our street

    Nothing done to clear our street

    By Mr J Hall on Wed 08 Dec 2010

    I live on Winterhill Road in Kinberworth and this area has been in a terrible state since the snow fell and nothing has been done to clear tit even though we have a high percentage of elderly people living on our street.

  • Stop Scots MPs voting on English issues

    Stop Scots MPs voting on English issues

    By Michael Conlon on Tue 07 Dec 2010

    Sir, By the time your readers read this, the vote on tuition fees will have taken place and, regardless of the result, the fact remains this: Scottish MPs will be voting on this issue which only affects England. so the "West Lothian question" has reared it

  • Only hope for town centre shopping is change of council

    Only hope for town centre shopping is change of council

    By Mr LG Kenyon on Tue 07 Dec 2010

    Sir Quarter of Rotherham's Shops Empty. Tim O'Connell, who is Business, Retail and Investment manager at Rotherham Council has said "What we need to do is to bring more people in to spend more money.....drum up interest in the town......it's not a lot to c

  • Extend the Minster garden

    Extend the Minster garden

    By Admin on Tue 07 Dec 2010

    Sir, "Rotherham has seen the sharpest rise in the number of vacant shop units in the Yorkshire and Humber region", with an incredible 28% of shops vacant (see study commissioned by the BBC's Inside Out Yorkshire programme).

  • Thank you Asda

    Thank you Asda

    By Mrs Claire Cadman on Sun 05 Dec 2010

    A big thanks to our staff at Asda who on Wednesday managed to walk in to work and keep the store open also to the team of staff that cleared and gritted the pathways.

  • Thanks to carers who beat the snow

    Thanks to carers who beat the snow

    By Admin on Fri 03 Dec 2010

    Heartfelt thanks go out to all the carers who have managed to get out and help me look after my Mother.

  • Support your local fire station

    Support your local fire station

    By Davie Kelly on Fri 03 Dec 2010

    I have just read your poll concerning the fire brigade and the cutbacks.

  • Questions over Maltby unemployment

    Questions over Maltby unemployment

    By Jennifer Mary Andrews on Wed 01 Dec 2010

    Sir, I refer to the letter from Mr Cruddas of Maltby CDT regarding the number of jobs created in Maltby by that organisation.

  • Council has failed to keep Rotherham moving

    Council has failed to keep Rotherham moving

    By An annoyed Rotherham tax payer on Wed 01 Dec 2010

    Why? Why? Why? in this day and age, can the borough of Rotherham come to a complete standstill.

  • Attack on social housing

    Attack on social housing

    By Graham Levin on Wed 01 Dec 2010

    Sir, Now that this Con Dem government has launched its attack on social housing by bringing in rushed, ill thought out legislation to make tenancies for two years, then if you are deemed to be earning enough to rent in the private sector or buy your own pr

  • Thanks for saving us from the snow

    Thanks for saving us from the snow

    By Jennifer Nixon on Tue 30 Nov 2010

    Sir, I would like to thank the guys who came out to help car drivers heading towards Wickersley at Bramley traffic lights on Bawtry Road on Tuesday evening.

  • Community spirit beat the snow

    Community spirit beat the snow

    By R Walker on Tue 30 Nov 2010

    Can I say through your letters page, how nice it was to see 'Communtiy Spirit' at Bramley crossroads on Tuesday evening.

  • LETTER: free schools debate. What do you think?

    LETTER: free schools debate. What do you think?

    By Miss Charlotte Blencowe on Tue 30 Nov 2010

    Sir, Unfortunately, the Rotherham Labour Group has attacked our plan for a new school (letter, the Advertiser, 26th November 2010).