Thu 24 May 2018
A TEENAGER on his first lads’ holiday abroad has told how he and his mates got caught up in a huge fire in their party-themed hotel — but still went out for a bar crawl.
By Admin on Fri 23 Apr 2010
AS air travellers were left stranded, one Rotherham man headed north to look into the fiery depths of the volcano at the heart of the crisis.
By Amy Parkes on Fri 23 Apr 2010
DRAGON’S Den star Rachel Elnaugh who caused controversy with her anti-Rotherham blog will return to the town next week to show support for the Conservatives.
By Richard Smith on Fri 23 Apr 2010
Rotherham Advertiser reporter Naumaan Farooq has been out and about talking to people about their views on the big issues facing local voters.
By Naumaan Farooq on Fri 23 Apr 2010
THIS is the 150-year-old discovery that has left supermarket staff scratching their heads.
By Michael Upton on Fri 23 Apr 2010
A piece of Beatles memorabilia snapped up by a fan for £50 could sell for up to 200 time that when it is auctioned later this year.
By Paul Rickett on Fri 23 Apr 2010
PROBLEM-wracked Virgin Racing won’t be able to start work on their cars until this weekend after being stranded in China because of the volcanic ash cloud.
DON’T be surprised if Curtis Woodhouse hits the canvas before going on to win at Magna on Sunday.
THE fourth Rotherham Schools Tennis Academy begins on Sunday at Wickersley School—and organisers are hoping to expand the scheme even further.
TEENAGER Jonathan Thomson lifted the 32rd Rotherham Schools Strokeplay Golf Championship at Thrybergh—winning by just one shot.
By Amy Parkes on Thu 22 Apr 2010
A CONSERVATIVE candidate campaigning to fix pot-hole ravaged roads across the Dearne Valley has urged Barnsley Borough Council to take urgent action over the issue.
By Richard Smith on Thu 22 Apr 2010
IT doesn’t do much for the far-right BNP’s “learn our language” stance on immigration when a candidate uses poor grammar in his campaign leaflet.
By Michael Upton on Thu 22 Apr 2010
TWO Dearne Valley pubs have been slapped with a booze ban for persistently selling alcohol to underage children.
By Gareth Dennison on Thu 22 Apr 2010
TRADERS are planning ways to maximise town centre business when the Rotherham Show returns to Clifton Park this year.
POLICE have welcomed new figures showing that criminal damage, violent crime and fraud have dropped in Rotherham.
By Naumaan Farooq on Thu 22 Apr 2010
THREE people have been arrested over an incident in which a man suffered a 66,000-volt electric shock when he allegedly tried to steal metal from a Rotherham electricity substation last week.