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Jail, Caesar! Rotherham council prosecutes one of the worst fly-tipping offenders

Jail, Caesar! Rotherham council prosecutes one of the worst fly-tipping offenders

Wed 11 Dec 2019

A FATHER and son who illegally dumped huge amounts of waste have been prosecuted after Rotherham Council’s longest-running investigation into fly-tipping.

  • Search for Rotherham's best business brains

    Search for Rotherham's best business brains

    By Gareth Dennison on Wed 30 Jun 2010

    TALENTED business minds are being urged to enter the Rotherham Young Entrepreneur of the Year Awards.

  • Thank you to good Samaritan

    Thank you to good Samaritan

    By Tracy Hope on Wed 30 Jun 2010

    I would like to say a huge thankyou to the kind lady who bought my daughter home on the June 29 after she was hit on the head by a rock and was covered in blood.

  • Too much competition and not enough banks in Thurcroft

    Too much competition and not enough banks in Thurcroft

    By June Thompson on Tue 29 Jun 2010

    What is happening to Thurcroft?

  • School kids are smash hits

    School kids are smash hits

    By David Beddows on Tue 29 Jun 2010

    WHILE the big names of tennis have been battling out at Wimbledon, budding players from Rotherham have been impressing with their own court skills.

  • Sneak thieves warning

    Sneak thieves warning

    By Tom Sharpe on Tue 29 Jun 2010

    THIEVES are taking advantage of the hot weather as people leave their doors and windows open , according to police.

  • Nothing FAB about England's World Cup campaign

    Nothing FAB about England's World Cup campaign

    By Amy Parkes on Tue 29 Jun 2010

    BEATING the Germans was always going to be a big ask but I didn’t quite expect us to go out of the World Cup in such a tragic fashion.

  • DENABY: Have your say on youth centre plans

    DENABY: Have your say on youth centre plans

    By Michael Upton on Tue 29 Jun 2010

    YOUNG people and residents are being invited to have their say on plans to build a world-class youth centre in Denaby.

  • Ice top the bill at school's summer event

    Ice top the bill at school's summer event

    By Michael Upton on Tue 29 Jun 2010

    BRITAIN'S Got Talent semi-finalists Ice will open and perform at Swinton Fitzwilliam Primary School Summer Fayre on Saturday, July 10.

  • Tyre fire battle continuing

    Tyre fire battle continuing

    By Tom Sharpe on Tue 29 Jun 2010

    EFFORTS to tackle a blaze in a tyre depot are expected to extend “well into today,” according to a fire service spokesman.

  • Newey is latest Millers signing

    Newey is latest Millers signing

    By David Beddows on Tue 29 Jun 2010

    ROTHERHAM United have completed the signing of defender Tom Newey on a two-year deal.

  • Find a solution and save Rotherham's school football teams

    Find a solution and save Rotherham's school football teams

    By Keith Snowden on Tue 29 Jun 2010

    Sir, It was with dismay and disappointment that I read in the Advertiser that the the Rotherham school football teams are to fold up due to a lack of funds.

  • Think about what we are losing

    Think about what we are losing

    By Paul Hancock on Mon 28 Jun 2010

    Sir-- I read your article l regarding the demise of both representative football teams in Rotherham.

  • Fault-free for Virgin

    Fault-free for Virgin

    By Paul Rickett on Mon 28 Jun 2010

    DELIGHTED Virgin Racing produced a fault-free performance to get both cars home in Valencia - and now they're aiming for even better at Silverstone in a fortnight's time.

  • 'Time running out over pit compensation claims'

    'Time running out over pit compensation claims'

    By Phil Turner on Mon 28 Jun 2010

    SICK ex-miners who think legal fees could have been deducted wrongly from their compensation must come forward soon, an MP has warned.

  • New date for Sheffield Doc/Fest

    New date for Sheffield Doc/Fest

    By Michael Upton on Mon 28 Jun 2010

    THAT staple of the South Yorkshire cultural calendar, Sheffield Doc/Fest, is ditching its regular November date for a move to the height of summer next year.