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NCA trial: Takeaway driver accused of rape and sexual assault

NCA trial: Takeaway driver accused of rape and sexual assault

Mon 21 May 2018

A WOMAN has told a court she was sexually assaulted by a takeaway driver in an alleyway as a teenager.

  • £7m revamp for Herringthorpe athletics stadium

    £7m revamp for Herringthorpe athletics stadium

    By on Fri 29 Jan 2010

    ALMOST £7 million could be spent on transforming Rotherham’s main athletics stadium after councillors voted to press ahead with a move to sell the neighbouring land.Rotherham Borough Council has reiterated its intention to sell off the site of

  • Fire Strikes Suspended

    Fire Strikes Suspended

    By on Fri 29 Jan 2010

    SOUTH Yorkshire Firefighters have scrapped the eight day strike which was due to start this morning after the fire authority agreed to refer a dispute over shift changes to national arbitration. The Fire Brigades Union has temporarily suspended all other i

  • Millers £20m stadium deal heralds new era for town

    Millers £20m stadium deal heralds new era for town

    By on Fri 29 Jan 2010

    ROTHERHAM was given a huge shot in the arm this week with the news that the town’s football club is coming home to a new £20 million community stadium just a stone’s thrown from the town centre.In what could prove a massive catalyst for t

  • Stadium leader

    Stadium leader

    By on Thu 28 Jan 2010

    THE news that Rotherham United fans have been longing for has finally hit the doormat and the whole town can now look forward to a bright new dawn.There is already a burgeoning feelgood factor after the torch was lit underneath what will become a beacon fo

  • Rotherham councillor's call to scrap first class travel

    Rotherham councillor's call to scrap first class travel

    By on Thu 28 Jan 2010

    An independent councillor is calling for Rotherham Borough Council to scrap its controversial policy of paying for first-class rail travel for councillors.Cllr Peter Thirlwall will propose a motion to next week’s full council meeting that t

  • Housing bosses deny 'hate list'

    Housing bosses deny 'hate list'

    By on Thu 28 Jan 2010

    HOUSING chiefs have denied managers drew up a “hate list” of workers they wanted to sack as part of job cuts.Bosses at crisis-hit 2010 Rotherham have admitted considering redundancies but dismissed the hit list claims as “scaremongering.&

  • £700,000 to be spent on overweight fire engines

    £700,000 to be spent on overweight fire engines

    By on Thu 28 Jan 2010

    FOUR “overweight” fire engines which have sat idle for two years since being bought for more than £500,000 each are to go on a £700,000 “diet” to get them fit for the road.The Combined Aerial Rescue Pump (CARP) vehicles

  • Buses may go back to public control

    Buses may go back to public control

    By on Thu 28 Jan 2010

    BUS services in most of Rotherham could be brought back under public control within three years, according to transport chiefs.If the move, including regulated routes and fares, goes ahead £50 million would be ploughed into a new fleet of the latest

  • Tite success for Natalie

    Tite success for Natalie

    By on Thu 28 Jan 2010

    HARRIER Natalie Grant has set her sights on more success after a history-making win in the weekend’s Northern Cross Country Championship. The Kimberworth ace crossed the line to take to title at Blackburn’s Witton Park to notch the Herringthorp

  • Coldwell chases more glory

    Coldwell chases more glory

    By on Thu 28 Jan 2010

    FIGHT mentor Dave Coldwell aims to add to a catalogue of titles tonight—and will then switch his attention to helping steer David Haye towards the first defence of his world heavyweight championship.Rotherham promoter and trainer Coldwell will be in

  • Titans face must-win game

    Titans face must-win game

    By on Thu 28 Jan 2010

    IF ever there was a game Titans need to win, it’s tomorrow’s acid test against Moseley.The midlanders currently sit precariously perched in fifth-from-bottom slot, six points ahead of Rotherham, who have a game in hand. It’s a lifeline ch

  • Stadium work set for August start

    Stadium work set for August start

    By on Thu 28 Jan 2010

    ROTHERHAM United hope to start building their new stadium as early as August if the planning process goes to schedule.With the Guest and Chrimes site on Don Street having been secured, the project has cleared its first hurdle and chairman Tony Stewart and

  • Ronnie: exciting times ahead

    Ronnie: exciting times ahead

    By on Thu 28 Jan 2010

    MANAGER Ronnie Moore says the Millers' new stadium will help propel the club into a new era—and he wants to be part of it.If chairman Tony Stewart has his way, the team will be playing in the Championship by the time the stadium is built in two years

  • Wandering Woody find his way home

    Wandering Woody find his way home

    By on Thu 28 Jan 2010

    AN ADORED family cat who went missing almost a year ago gave the Jones family the surprise of their lives when he wandered back home this week.Now the delighted family is asking if anyone knows where Woody has been for the last 12 months.The Joneses, of Wi

  • School pilots GCSE module on Miners' Strike

    School pilots GCSE module on Miners' Strike

    By on Thu 28 Jan 2010

    STUDENTS at a Rotherham secondary school are studying a GCSE module on the 1984 Miners’ Strike and it is hoped that others will follow suit.Mexborough School is the first in Rotherham to pilot a course dedicated to the strike and the aim is to educat