Wed 26 Jan 2022
A QUEUE-dodging motorist was caught on camera clipping a cyclist — and driving on without stopping to check the rider was OK.
By Admin on Thu 27 Jan 2022
A ROAD in East Dene is cordoned off this evening after a police incident.
By Michael Upton on Thu 27 Jan 2022
EDUCATION minister Robin Walker praised Rotherham Council for its “joined-up working” with schools to boost pupils’ attendance against a backdrop of increasing truancy nationwide.
PUPILS at a star school which has slashed car use and seen a surge in kids walking to class celebrated their success by giving their trusty transport a makeover.
BIKE cops chased off-road riders across a former pit site and a working quarry after being alerted to them trespassing on farm land.
CITY REGION mayor Dan Jarvis says it is “bewildering” the Government has yet to spell out the meaning of its “Levelling Up” slogan more than two years after being voted in.
THE DEARNE Valley’s transformation from industrial hotbed to serene home for nature has been recognised with its formal classification as a Site of Special Scientific Interest (SSSI).
By Gareth Dennison on Thu 27 Jan 2022
SOUTH Yorkshire Police released this photo after crop circles appeared in the south of the borough.
SCHOOLS minister Robin Walker refused to be drawn on prime minister Boris Johnson’s future today - turning down the chance to clarify his position ahead of the Cabinet Office’s report on “Partygate”.
By David Parker on Thu 27 Jan 2022
A TEENAGE rapist who attacked a girl in a field after a night out has been locked up for four years.
STUDENTS received royal approval for their “tremendously heartening” efforts to honour and remember Holocaust victims.
By Jill Theobald on Thu 27 Jan 2022
A CAR port was accidentally set on fire in North Anston in the early hours of this morning.
FIREFIGHTERS attended a deliberate rubbish fire in the early hours of this morning in Brinsworth.
WOOD and rubbish was deliberately set alight in Balby.
A DRUG dealer who flogged crack cocaine to an undercover police officer and tried to recruit her as a driver claimed he had been following orders to repay a debt.
THE HEAD of the probe into allegations of child sexual abuse in Rotherham said it could take another six years to complete — and urged any victims who had not yet spoken to officers to come forward.