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Survivor welcomes plans to introduce CCTV in taxis across the UK

Survivor welcomes plans to introduce CCTV in taxis across the UK

Tue 25 Sep 2018

CAMPAIGNER Sammy Woodhouse has welcomed Government recommendations to install audio recording and CCTV equipment in all taxis across the country.

  • Eight face string of sex charges

    Eight face string of sex charges

    By Michael Upton on Mon 13 Sep 2010

    THE trial of eight men charged with serious sexual offences against four girls aged 13 to 17 in the Rotherham area is due to start this morning.

  • Loads of laughs with Jongleur line-up

    Loads of laughs with Jongleur line-up

    By Admin on Mon 13 Sep 2010

    INTERNATIONALLY renowned comedy showcase Jongleurs, which has featured such comedic talents as Paul Merton, Jack Dee and Graham Norton, is returning to Rotherham Civic Theatre on Friday.

  • Pensioners' fuel petition at Rotherham Show

    Pensioners' fuel petition at Rotherham Show

    By Gareth Dennison on Mon 13 Sep 2010

    CAMPAIGNING old folk will take their fuel allowance petition to the Rotherham Show tomorrow.

  • TICKHILL: Horticultural show at village hall

    TICKHILL: Horticultural show at village hall

    By Admin on Mon 13 Sep 2010

    THE Tickhill Horticultural show was held at the village's Methodist Church Hall, with displays of vegetables, flowers, homemade produce and arts and crafts.

  • Rotherham cuts will make thousands £12 a week worse off - claim

    Rotherham cuts will make thousands £12 a week worse off - claim

    By Michael Upton on Mon 13 Sep 2010

    THOUSANDS of people in Rotherham will be on average £12 a week worse off because of government cuts to be brought in next year, a local MP has warned.

  • Name your hero voluntary group

    Name your hero voluntary group

    By Michael Upton on Mon 13 Sep 2010

    THE Lord-Lieutenant for South Yorkshire has called on the county to nominate outstanding local voluntary groups for next year's Queen's Awards for Voluntary Service, the MBE for volunteer groups.

  • Rotherham among Britain's most vulnerable towns - report

    Rotherham among Britain's most vulnerable towns - report

    By Phil Turner on Mon 13 Sep 2010

    ROTHERHAM is among the worst-placed towns in England to weather a stormy economy, new research suggests.

  • Ronnie fuming at dodgy defending

    Ronnie fuming at dodgy defending

    By David Beddows on Mon 13 Sep 2010

    MILLERS chief Ronnie Moore says he will not tolerate any more of the kamikaze defending that has blighted the team's last two home league games.

  • Millers stunned by Burton comeback

    Millers stunned by Burton comeback

    By David Beddows on Sun 12 Sep 2010

    ROTHERHAM United boss Ronnie Moore said this afternoon's home draw with Burton Albion at Don Valley Stadium felt like a defeat.

  • Only independents can restore pride

    Only independents can restore pride

    By Michael Conlon on Sat 11 Sep 2010

    Sir -In response to Mr Platt not standing for next election, you claim you support New Labour. Are you proud of the mess they left us in after years following Tory policies?

  • Lack of buses making life difficult

    Lack of buses making life difficult

    By Chris Wheeler on Sat 11 Sep 2010

    Sir-I recently moved to Rockingham and was disappointed to say the least by the lack of public transport to Rotherham town centre.

  • Two-car crash in Wath

    Two-car crash in Wath

    By Gareth Dennison on Sat 11 Sep 2010

    TWO cars collided when a driver apparently braked to avoid an elderly man on a mobility scooter.

  • DINNINGTON: Gardeners put work on display

    DINNINGTON: Gardeners put work on display

    By Admin on Fri 10 Sep 2010

    MIGHTY marrows and beautiful blooms were on display as gardeners showed off the fruits of their labours at two country shows.

  • Keep it up, says Ronnie

    Keep it up, says Ronnie

    By Paul Rickett on Fri 10 Sep 2010

    RONNIE Moore has fired a message to his side after they suffered their first league defeat of the season last Saturday: “Just carry on what you are doing!”

  • Tributes to M18 death crash victim

    Tributes to M18 death crash victim

    By Gareth Dennison on Fri 10 Sep 2010

    DEVASTATED relatives of M18 crash victim Jemma O’Sullivan say her death has left “an unimaginable void” in their lives.