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Three men arrested over Wellgate stabbing

Three men arrested over Wellgate stabbing

Fri 20 Apr 2018

THREE men have been arrested in connection with a Wellgate stabbing. 

  • Life's a rollercoaster

    Life's a rollercoaster

    By Amy Parkes on Tue 09 Feb 2010

    I’VE been on a bit of a roller coaster ride with my health and fitness regime over the last couple of weeks.

  • Rotherham murder probe man released

    Rotherham murder probe man released

    By on Tue 09 Feb 2010

    A 31-year-old Doncaster man arrested on suspicion of murdering a Rotherham bakery worker has been released without charge.He had been helping police with enquiries about the death of Polish-born Agnieszka Dziegielewska (30) in her Swinton flat.Another man,

  • We can get out of this: Burrows

    We can get out of this: Burrows

    By on Tue 09 Feb 2010

    TITAN Ryan Burrows believes Rotherham Titans can still escape the bottom four relegation squabble in The Championship, despite Sunday's defeat which will almost certainly condemn them to the six-game trapdoor play-off.The Clifton Lane men suffered an agoni

  • Double honour for Mexborough pub

    Double honour for Mexborough pub

    By on Tue 09 Feb 2010

    A POPULAR pub is toasting success for the second year running after picking up two awards.The Dog Daisy pub in Mexborough won the prizes for Best Behind Bar and Best Community Pub in the Doncaster's Best Bar None scheme.Organises of the scheme said that aw

  • Healey plans more help for tenants

    Healey plans more help for tenants

    By on Tue 09 Feb 2010

    ROTHERHAM tenants living in rented accommodation will be given a raft of practical help and protection as part of changes proposed for the housing sector by Wentworth MP John Healey. Acting in his capacity as Minister for Housing, Mr Healey proposed a

  • Rotherham waste plant to double in size

    Rotherham waste plant to double in size

    By on Tue 09 Feb 2010

    WASTE recycling technology company Sterecycle is to double the size of its Rotherham plant after raising £10 million to roll out environmentally-friendly new technology. The company will increase capacity at its plant  in Rotherham from 100,000

  • Major roadworks plan for St Ann's roundabout

    Major roadworks plan for St Ann's roundabout

    By on Mon 08 Feb 2010

    MOTORISTS will face new delays while more roadworks are carried out to widen one of Rotherham’s busiest roundabouts.Councillors have approved in principle plans to widen part of Fitzwilliam Road at St Ann’s roundabout to ease the way for buses.

  • READER COMMENT: Bullying of teachers commonplace

    READER COMMENT: Bullying of teachers commonplace

    By on Mon 08 Feb 2010

    Bullying is very common in the teaching profession. I am a teacher and was bullied out of a permanent job. I used to work for Doncaster L.E.A. Several of my colleagues were also bullied. I hear (from bullied ex-colleagues that I meet on the supply cir

  • READER LETTER: Where's the Millers' motivation?

    READER LETTER: Where's the Millers' motivation?

    By on Mon 08 Feb 2010

    Although I am an ex-Rotherhamite living in Canada for the past 37 odd years, I still follow the team on the Beeb and it seems to me that this team is not motivated under the current managerial setup. They appeared far more enthusiastic under Mark

  • Ronnie furious as Millers flop again

    Ronnie furious as Millers flop again

    By on Mon 08 Feb 2010

    ANGRY Ronnie Moore is demanding big improvements after seeing Rotherham United embarrassed by bottom-of-the-table Darlington for the second time in three weeks on Saturday.A goal in each half from Tadhg Purcell and Gareth Waite completed a 2-0 win at the D

  • Booth wins Underground trains scrap contract

    Booth wins Underground trains scrap contract

    By on Mon 08 Feb 2010

    SCRAP metal giant C.F. Booth is steeling itself to the task of dismantling dozens of decommissioned London Underground trains in the run up to the 2012 Olympics.The one-time owner of the Rotherham United’s home football ground, has sealed a deal to s

  • New affordable homes for Rawmarsh

    New affordable homes for Rawmarsh

    By on Mon 08 Feb 2010

    BUILDING work has begun on seven homes in Rawmarsh—which will replace outdated bungalows which were demolished last year.The seven two- and four-bedroom homes on Mahon Avenue will be available for rent later this year.Cllr Shaun Wright, ward member f

  • Safety patrols on streets

    Safety patrols on streets

    By on Mon 08 Feb 2010

    SPEEDING motorists will be targeted by mobile speed cameras as part of an on-going effort to stamp out dangerous driving.Officers from the South Yorkshire Safety Camera Partnership will patrolling nine of the borough’s busiest routes with the roadsid

  • Anger at state of Rotherham's roads

    Anger at state of Rotherham's roads

    By on Mon 08 Feb 2010

    COUNCIL bosses have come under fire over the state of Rotherham’s roads during one of the chilliest winters for years.Conservative councillor Martyn Parker accused the ruling Labour group of not being quick enough in repairing the weather-damaged roa

  • Fire crews called to cabin blaze

    Fire crews called to cabin blaze

    By on Fri 05 Feb 2010

    FIRE crews were called to a temporary building in Thornhill last night after it went up in flames.Firefighters from Rotherham fire station received the call at about 7.45pm yesterday (Thursday) to put out the blaze which was believed to have been down