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VIDEO: Rotherham United boss Paul Warne's message of support for family of fan Danny Dix

VIDEO: Rotherham United boss Paul Warne's message of support for family of fan Danny Dix

Tue 26 Mar 2019

ROTHERHAM United boss Paul Warne has sent a message of support to the grieving family of Millers fan Danny Dix.

  • Lives at risk as manhole thieves strike again

    Lives at risk as manhole thieves strike again

    By on Wed 02 Dec 2009

    Reckless manhole maniacs are continuining to put lives at risk after they struck this week in Todwick.As reported in last week’s Advertiser, the crazy thieves are carrying the  drain covers off by the van load for their scrap value.Last week nea

  • Autism charity fundraiser

    Autism charity fundraiser

    By on Wed 02 Dec 2009

    A NIGHT of entertainment has been planned to help drum up funds for the National Autistic Society.Maltby Town Councillor Keith Stringer has organised the event as part of a programme of fund-raising which has already drummed up almost £2,000 for the

  • Budding business brains aim for Christmas market

    Budding business brains aim for Christmas market

    By on Wed 02 Dec 2009

    YOUNG people from five Rotherham schools are working together to set up their own Christmas market stall. The group of forty students are involved in RISE-Rotherham Inter Schools Enterprises-a new venture that works with young people at risk of falling out

  • Rotherham pupils' charity maths challenge

    Rotherham pupils' charity maths challenge

    By on Wed 02 Dec 2009

    SCHOOLS across Rotherham will take part in the NSPCC's annual sponsored maths challenge this Friday .Number Day aims to raise funds to protect vulnerable youngsters from abuse by engaging school pupils in fun, interactive maths activities.Last year Aston C

  • New shelter helps Dinnington schoolkids beat the weather

    New shelter helps Dinnington schoolkids beat the weather

    By on Wed 02 Dec 2009

    CHILDREN at a Rotherham school can now enjoy their playtime come rain or shine thanks to a new canopy designed by one of its pupils.Dinnington Primary School recently unveiled its new sheltered area which was designed by five-year-old Rylie Hogg who won a

  • Brinsworth arson starts M-way blaze alert

    Brinsworth arson starts M-way blaze alert

    By on Tue 01 Dec 2009

    MOTORISTS travelling along the M1 motorway were among dozens of people who contacted emergency services to report a giant blaze a quarter of a mile away.But firefighters who responded to the emergency at around 5.45pm on Sunday night found that the flames

  • Hunt for attackers after man punched

    Hunt for attackers after man punched

    By on Tue 01 Dec 2009

    A 61-year-old man suffered facial injuries after being punched in an unprovoked attack. The man, who is from the Clifton area, was walking along Cottenham Road, Clifton, at around 11.20pm on Friday when he was confronted by two men.A police spokesman

  • Woman trapped after crash with ambulance

    Woman trapped after crash with ambulance

    By on Tue 01 Dec 2009

    AN ELDERLY woman was left trapped inside her car after a collision involving an on-call ambulance and two other vehicles.Firefighters had to cut the stricken pensioner free from her damaged Peugeot 206 hatchback shortly after 6.30pm last night  a

  • Manor confirm Virgin backing

    Manor confirm Virgin backing

    By on Tue 01 Dec 2009

    DINNINGTON'S Manor GP will today be rebranded as Virgin Racing as one of four new teams in Formula 1 next season. The news was confirmed by motor sport's world governing body, the FIA, when they announced the 2010 F1 entry list yesterdayManor bos

  • Giant condom on patrol in Rotherham

    Giant condom on patrol in Rotherham

    By on Mon 30 Nov 2009

    CHRISTMAS shoppers were confronted by a giant walking condom who was in town to spread the safe sex message as part of a week-long initiative.This week has been Rotherham Sexual Health Week and staff from NHS Rotherham, along with the giant condom and a te

  • £4.6m new school opens

    £4.6m new school opens

    By on Mon 30 Nov 2009

    YOUNGSTERS were feeling top of the class as their new multi-million pound school officially opened its doors.The Mayor of Rotherham, Cllr Shaukat Ali, joined staff and pupils at Canklow Woods Primary School  to unveil the £4.6 million facility w

  • Police back anti-rape campaign

    Police back anti-rape campaign

    By on Mon 30 Nov 2009

    POLICE in Rotherham have welcomed a new series of TV adverts aimed at educating people about rape and its consequences.The adverts, which will be launched on Channel 5 from 9pm this evening, depict a scenario where excessive alcohol confuses the parties in

  • Mistakes hurt us, says Titans coach

    Mistakes hurt us, says Titans coach

    By on Mon 30 Nov 2009

    TITANS coach Craig West says his side will bounce back from Friday's defeat at Ayr when they face Plymouth this weekend.The Clifton Lane men went down 28-13 at Millbrae, having a Ben Coulbeck try and  two penalties and a conversion from Mike Whitehead

  • FA Cup draw unkind to Millers

    FA Cup draw unkind to Millers

    By on Mon 30 Nov 2009

    ROTHERHAM United are going to have to do it the hard way if they are to have some long overdue glory in the FA Cup.The Millers must negotiate a tricky second-round replay at Luton Town tomorrow week after being held 2-2 by the Blue Square Premier outfit at

  • PM salutes Rotherham crime fighters

    PM salutes Rotherham crime fighters

    By on Mon 30 Nov 2009

    ROTHERHAM'S community safety team was given ten out of ten when they paid a visit to see Gordon Brown.Steve Parry, the borough councils' Neighbourhood Crime and Justice manager and Jackie Roper, a Community Safety Officer, were invited to 10 Downing Street