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Your chance to back our new ChuckleVision for town - sign our petition to honour Barry

Your chance to back our new ChuckleVision for town - sign our petition to honour Barry

Thu 20 Sep 2018

WE ALL agree Rotherham town centre could do with a bit of a boost - and here we present our very own ChuckleVision.

  • WHISTON: Rotary Club plans play area clean-up

    WHISTON: Rotary Club plans play area clean-up

    By Admin on Mon 17 May 2010

    A COMMUNITY clean-up operation at a village play area has been planned for later this month.

  • Storage firm in running for prestige business prize

    Storage firm in running for prestige business prize

    By Admin on Mon 17 May 2010

    A STORAGE and office space company has been shortlisted for a national prize.

  • Firebugs set light to garden

    Firebugs set light to garden

    By Gareth Dennison on Mon 17 May 2010

    A BLAZE in a Bramton garden in the early hours of today is believed to have been started deliberately.

  • Plea after Mexborough man vanishes

    Plea after Mexborough man vanishes

    By Gareth Dennison on Mon 17 May 2010

    POLICE have appealed for help tracing a man who has been missing from his Mexborough home for more than a week.

  • We'll bounce back, say Virgin

    We'll bounce back, say Virgin

    By Paul Rickett on Mon 17 May 2010

    VIRGIN Racing say there are plenty of positive to be taken from Sunday's Monaco Grand Prix, despite both cars again failing to finish.

  • Liberal Democrat votes not wasted

    Liberal Democrat votes not wasted

    By Nick Love on Sat 15 May 2010

    Thank you for voting for me and the Liberal Democrats on May 6th.

  • Wartime Dakota in Wath flyover. VIDEO

    Wartime Dakota in Wath flyover. VIDEO

    By Gareth Dennison on Fri 14 May 2010

    WARTIME community spirit returned as a school held an “evacuation day” this week to mark 65 years since the end of the Second World War in Europe.

  • Do you know these men?

    Do you know these men?

    By Naumaan Farooq on Fri 14 May 2010

    POLICE are asking for the public's help in tracking these men who may hold vital information about allegations of theft in Thurnscoe.

  • Sex game strangler swindled own parents

    Sex game strangler swindled own parents

    By Phil Turner on Fri 14 May 2010

    KILLER Jason O’Malley cheated his parents out of £26,000, the Rotherham Advertiser can reveal.

  • Rotherham free parking plea thrown out

    Rotherham free parking plea thrown out

    By Michael Upton on Fri 14 May 2010

    COUNCILLORS have dismissed calls to scrap short-stay town centre parking charges, claiming that the move would cost more than £1 million a year.

  • Let's get to Wembley, says Millers chief

    Let's get to Wembley, says Millers chief

    By David Beddows on Fri 14 May 2010

    RONNIE Moore leads his Rotherham United team into the play-offs this weekend, saying: "I want to lead the side out at Wembley more than anything."

  • Aston health centre held up

    Aston health centre held up

    By Admin on Fri 14 May 2010

    “TECHNICAL difficulties” have delayed the opening of a brand new health and council service centre until next month.

  • Memorial at last to WW1 hero

    Memorial at last to WW1 hero

    By Phil Turner on Fri 14 May 2010

    A SOLDIER described as the bravest to fight in the First World War is to be finally recognised with a memorial at the spot where he lost his life.

  • Witness plea after Parkway crash

    Witness plea after Parkway crash

    By Naumaan Farooq on Fri 14 May 2010

    POLICE have issued a new appeal for witnesses to a crash two weeks ago which left a man fighting for life.

  • Head injury killed man in girder tragedy

    Head injury killed man in girder tragedy

    By Naumaan Farooq on Fri 14 May 2010

    A POST-mortem examination has revealed that Rotherham company director Anthony Baines died of a serious head injury after being struck with a metal girder as it was unloaded from the back of a lorry.