Wed 20 Oct 2021
MP SARAH Champion is leading the fight in memory of tragic teenager Sam Haycock to create a new law with stiffer sentences for vandals who damage life-saving equipment.
By Michael Upton on Wed 20 Oct 2021
CHILDREN in Rotherham needing adoptive parents spend longer in care than those waiting anywhere else in South Yorkshire.
By Gareth Dennison on Wed 20 Oct 2021
ROTHERHAM’S public health director encouraged families to continue Covid tests in half-term as cases hit a new record — with most being among under-18s.
THE number of free school meals children in Rotherham has risen from 8,557 to more than 11,000 since the pandemic began.
BUS users are invited to a meeting with transport executives to discuss how services can be improved across the Rother Valley.
THE support group for a charity supporting helping disabled children and their families was given a hand from the proceeds of an annual sporting showdown.
By Michael Upton on Tue 19 Oct 2021
AN ENGINEERING company was handed a £22,500 court bill after workers were exposed to a hazardous fluid, causing one to develop asthma.
By Gareth Dennison on Tue 19 Oct 2021
ROAD layout changes to solve parking problems outside shops in Brinsworth would cost £20,000, Rotherham Council says.
By Advertisement Feature on Tue 19 Oct 2021
YOUNGSTERS from Rotherham are being offered the chance to use their half-term break to find jobs… and still enjoy playing a computer game or two.
By David Parker on Tue 19 Oct 2021
A STREET attacker left his victim so badly hurt that he suffers from memory loss and relies on photographs to jog his memory of significant moments.
By Chloe West on Tue 19 Oct 2021
A NEW “one-stop shop” for hospital tests and appointments is being launched at Mexborough’s Montagu Hospital.
ONE of three men cleared last week of sexually assaulting a schoolgirl in Rotherham is already serving a three-and-a-half year jail sentence for sex offences, it can be revealed.
A WOMBWELL man will stand trial next year accused of assaulting two men.
A CAR was set alight in an arson attack in Balby in the early hours of this morning.
THE go-between group for the Dearne Valley’s massive waste plant is appealing for new members.
PALLETS were deliberately set alight in Maltby last night in one of three overnight arson attacks.