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VIDEO: Harthill lads caught up in Magaluf party hotel blaze before bar crawl

VIDEO: Harthill lads caught up in Magaluf party hotel blaze before bar crawl

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.

  • Strong showing by our Mark

    Strong showing by our Mark

    By Michael Upton on Tue 26 Jan 2010

    Rumour has it that Mark Strong is on the wanted list for Green Lantern, in which he could play the villainous Sinestro.

  • Cameron cash in with Avatar bonanza

    Cameron cash in with Avatar bonanza

    By Michael Upton on Tue 26 Jan 2010

    As expected, James Cameron’s Avatar has turned into a film phenomenon, sweeping away all its contemporaries and threatening to destroy all-time records.

  • Millers braced for tough test

    Millers braced for tough test

    By on Tue 26 Jan 2010

    ROTHERHAM United lock horns with local rivals Chesterfield at Saltergate tonight with Millers chief Ronnie Moore warning: "It will be tough."The Millers put a shock home defeat to Darlington behind them by beating Grimsby Town 2-1 at Don Valley o

  • Body found in abandoned petrol station

    Body found in abandoned petrol station

    By on Mon 25 Jan 2010

    POLICE are investigating the death of a man found in a derelict petrol station at Marr on Saturday night.His body was discovered inside the disused building on Barnsley Road by a man out walking his dog at around 10pm.A post mortem to establish the cause o

  • Sheffield Arena date for rock legends KISS: AUDIO INTERVIEW

    Sheffield Arena date for rock legends KISS: AUDIO INTERVIEW

    By on Mon 25 Jan 2010

    Rock legends KISS are set rock  South Yorkshire when they kick off the UK leg of their Sonic Boom Over Europe: From the Beginning To the Boom Tour. at the Sheffield Arena.Tickets, priced £40 (subject to booking fee) are now on sale www.sheffield

  • Ronnie hails 'brilliant' comeback

    Ronnie hails 'brilliant' comeback

    By on Mon 25 Jan 2010

    MILLERS manager Ronnie Moore hailed a "tremendous" team performance after seeing his side bounce back to winning ways against Grimsby Town on Saturday.A double from Adam Le Fondre, taking his goals tally for the season to 19, laid the foundations

  • Join the Race for Life

    Join the Race for Life

    By on Mon 25 Jan 2010

    ROTHERHAM women are being urged to enter Cancer Research UK's Race for Life and become part of the biggest female-only team in the UK.Entry to the Rotherham event, which takes place at Herringthorpe playing fields on Sunday, July 18, at 11am, is open now a

  • Five years minimum for Edlington torture boys

    Five years minimum for Edlington torture boys

    By Admin on Mon 25 Jan 2010

    Two brothers aged 11 and 12, who subjected two young boys to a 90-minute ordeal of violence and torture, will serve five years at least five years in secure detention after being handed indeterminate sentences.

  • Lifewise Centre road safety centre gets £30,000 grant

    Lifewise Centre road safety centre gets £30,000 grant

    By on Mon 25 Jan 2010

    A MOCK-UP street used to educate youngsters about dangers on the roads has received a £30,000 grant to help reinforce the message.The Lifewise Centre, a life-size model street similar to a film-set, where the aftermath of a road traffic accident can

  • Theatre group aims to score a Bullseye

    Theatre group aims to score a Bullseye

    By on Fri 22 Jan 2010

    MALTBY Musical Theatre Group has a doggy dilemma—they need a pooch with star quality to act as faithful friend for villain Bill Sykes in their version of smash hit musical Oliver! Alan Mitchell, who plays Sykes in this family musical favourite, is co

  • Lord Ahmed: 'white working class neglected'. VOTE

    Lord Ahmed: 'white working class neglected'. VOTE

    By on Fri 22 Jan 2010

    LORD Ahmed of Rotherham, Britain's first Muslim life peer, this week said that uncontrolled immigration was making life harder for established ethnic minorities.Lord Ahmed has accused the Government of helping the rise of far-right extremists by neglecting

  • Sheffield councillors back 5,000 Rotherham jobs plan

    Sheffield councillors back 5,000 Rotherham jobs plan

    By on Fri 22 Jan 2010

    A HUGE boost to Rotherham's regeneration ambitions came from an unexpected quarter this week-Sheffield.Solidarity between the city's Labour councillors and their brothers and sisters in Rotherham saw plans for a massive office campus and hotel on the Waver

  • Tributes to Rother Valley Country Park pioneer 'Wilf'

    Tributes to Rother Valley Country Park pioneer 'Wilf'

    By on Fri 22 Jan 2010

    FAMILY and friends have paid tribute to a gregarious teacher who pioneered ideas and “touched tens of thousands lives”.Donald “Wilf” Dale, who was a “leading light” in creating Rother Valley Country Park, has died from h

  • Specialist treatment makes it a happy birthday for Oscar

    Specialist treatment makes it a happy birthday for Oscar

    By on Fri 22 Jan 2010

    LITTLE Oscar Calvert has celebrated his first birthday by drinking for the first time without the aid of a tube.He recently underwent successful treatment in Austria to help take him off feeding tubes.Oscar, the son of Andrew (37) and Chantil (36), of Kimb

  • Man arrested over attack on Rotherham snooker ace

    Man arrested over attack on Rotherham snooker ace

    By on Fri 22 Jan 2010

    A 30-year-old man has been arrested over a Boxing Day attack which jeopardised a top Rotherham snooker player’s career.Former Rotherham Open champion Tony Scott was told he might never regain full sight after being struck from behind in a Rawmarsh ta