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The day our town fell to the ‘enemy’

The day our town fell to the ‘enemy’

Fri 04 Dec 2020

ENEMIES arrived by parachute and took over Rotherham on December 13, 1941.

  • ALBUM REVIEW: The Glow by DMA's

    ALBUM REVIEW: The Glow by DMA's

    By Michael Upton on Wed 15 Jul 2020

    INDIE trio DMA's' third album has been a long time coming - here's our verdict.

  • Call to back charity's 'quackers' fundraiser

    Call to back charity's 'quackers' fundraiser

    By Michael Upton on Wed 15 Jul 2020

    A CHARITY is hoping supporters will go “quackers” for its latest online fundraiser – with a splash of Britpop celebrity.

  • ALBUM REVIEW: The Glow by DMAs

    ALBUM REVIEW: The Glow by DMAs

    By Michael Upton on Mon 13 Jul 2020

    THE hotly-anticipated third album by indie Aussies DMAs has finally arrived - here's our verdict.

  • Chance to be named Rotherham’s best garden

    Chance to be named Rotherham’s best garden

    By Admin on Wed 08 Jul 2020

    ROTHERHAM Council is throwing open the gates of its gardening competition to everyone.

  • The show must virtually go on

    The show must virtually go on

    By David Parker on Wed 08 Jul 2020

    AN ORCHESTRA did not let lockdown stop them from creating a performance to mark what would have been their June concert.

  • Standing against slavery...while others happily profited

    Standing against slavery...while others happily profited

    By Gareth Dennison on Fri 03 Jul 2020

    WITH the Black Lives Matter campaign winning headlines across the world, the subject of slavery has come under the microscope in the UK. Here, we look at how Rotherham’s famous Walker family spoke out in opposition to slave-owning.

  • On the beat and on the stage - PC Richard Wilshaw

    On the beat and on the stage - PC Richard Wilshaw

    By Admin on Fri 03 Jul 2020

    POLICE officer Richard Wilshaw (54) can often be seen going undercover for Maltby Musical Theatre Group and Rotherham Rep.

  • Q&A: Rising star Isabel Canning on landing her 'dream role' in Paris

    Q&A: Rising star Isabel Canning on landing her 'dream role' in Paris

    By Adele Forrest on Fri 26 Jun 2020

    RISING stage star Isabel Canning (23) had just finished performing in Paris in her dream role when Covid-19 struck.

    The former Dinnington Comprehensive pupil landed her first professional role shortly after graduating from a prestigious theatre school last year. We caught up with her in lockdown.

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