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Paedophile Rawmarsh teacher admits raping teenager

Paedophile Rawmarsh teacher admits raping teenager

Wed 22 Jan 2020

A FORMER Rawmarsh teacher has admitted raping a teenage boy.

  • MP's Youtube message on debt advice

    MP's Youtube message on debt advice

    By on Wed 06 Jan 2010

    Families worried about paying the bills and holding on to their house are being urged to go along to a free advice workshop over the next few weeks.Events are being held in Rotherham, Barnsley and Doncaster later this month for householders to get fre

  • School closures

    School closures

    By on Wed 06 Jan 2010

    ICY and snowy conditions have closed nearly every school in the borough as pupils of all ages look set to make the most of a rare snow day.Traffic chaos and pathways blighted by ice has seen many of Rotherham's Schools take the decision to call off le

  • Police say only call 999 in emergences

    Police say only call 999 in emergences

    By on Tue 05 Jan 2010

    Police are appealing to the public not to ring 999 unless it is a genuine emergency.Numerous weather related enquiries are being made which are taking up the valuable time of call handlers unable to deal with real emergencies.People have been ringing up as

  • Party poppers blamed for Rotherham nightclub fire

    Party poppers blamed for Rotherham nightclub fire

    By on Tue 05 Jan 2010

    An explosion of midnight party poppers were to blame for a fire at a Rotherham nightclub during the new year celebrations, firefighters said this week. Staff were forced to evacuate the dancefloor after a fire broke out as revellers were welcoming the

  • Snow causes transport chaos in Rotherham

    Snow causes transport chaos in Rotherham

    By on Tue 05 Jan 2010

    Snow has caused huge disruption for the borough's commuters.Major routes have been closed, many made impassable, and bus services have been cancelled after around four inches of snow fell in just over an hour, this morning (Tuesday 5).Among the list o

  • Weekend sport already in danger

    Weekend sport already in danger

    By on Tue 05 Jan 2010

    LOCAL sport is set for another weekend white-out, with the Millers' and the Titans' games already in danger.The winter freeze is forecast to continue for the next five days, putting Rotherham United's home date with Bournemouth on Saturday and the Titans'

  • Rotherham's Liquid nightclub evacuated after new year blaze

    Rotherham's Liquid nightclub evacuated after new year blaze

    By on Mon 04 Jan 2010

    Nightclub staff were forced to evacuate the dancefloor of a Rotherham nightclub when a fire broke out moments after the new year began.2010 was just ten minutes old when more than 700 clubbers were ushered to safety by staff at the Liquid nightclub on

  • Signs herald new direction for Canklow Woods

    Signs herald new direction for Canklow Woods

    By on Mon 04 Jan 2010

    An ancient woodland has been given a new lease of life thanks to new information signs - replacing the ones stolen for scrap two years ago.The glass-reinforced plastic boards welcome visitors and make up a self-guided trail through Canklow Woods.They

  • Sport blitzed again by big freeze

    Sport blitzed again by big freeze

    By on Mon 04 Jan 2010

    THE winter freeze wiped out the local sporting programme yet again at the weekend, leaving local sides facing a new-year fixture backlog.Rotherham United's match at Rochdale and Rotherham Titans' home date with Nottingham were both postponed on Saturday.Th

  • Call for council leader to resign over laundry row

    Call for council leader to resign over laundry row

    By on Wed 30 Dec 2009

    COUNCIL Leader Roger Stone was called on to resign this week amid fresh allegations over what campaigners have dubbed “Hospicegate.”The row over whether Cllr Stone knew Rotherham Hospice was a customer of the authority’s laundry service w

  • Let's have a night in

    Let's have a night in

    By on Wed 30 Dec 2009

    FESTIVE revellers are choosing to stay indoors and party rather than travel to town centre pubs and clubs, according to business owners and taxi drivers—leading to a series of silent nights over the Christmas period.Wintry weather conditions and plum

  • Couple left shocked after their home is wrongly targeted

    Couple left shocked after their home is wrongly targeted

    By on Wed 30 Dec 2009

    A COUPLE awoke on Christmas Day to find their house plastered with graffiti by a thug wanting to shame a paedophile living nearby.The devastated pair were left feeling vulnerable and exposed after a man walked up to the front of their house on Hoylake Driv

  • Man dies in Edlington crash: victim named

    Man dies in Edlington crash: victim named

    By on Wed 30 Dec 2009

    A 44-year-old man died and two people were left injured after a road accident near Edlington on Tuesday.The man's blue Vauxhall Astra was reported to be travelling on the wrong side of the road away from Doncaster along Broomhouse Lane, police said.It

  • Bill shapes up for fight-fest

    Bill shapes up for fight-fest

    By on Wed 30 Dec 2009

    FIGHT fans are in for treat when big-time boxing returns to Magna in February—but it’s doubtful that the showdown between fast-rising Curtis Woodhouse and Stefy Bull will be on the card.Bull recently hinted that he fancied a a potential battle

  • Council under fire over Rotherham's unsalted pavements

    Council under fire over Rotherham's unsalted pavements

    By on Wed 30 Dec 2009

    Shivering Rotherham folk were left slipping and sliding around the borough this week after pavements were left unsalted despite the coldest Christmas in years.Furious residents queued up to air their gritting grumbles about Rotherham Borough Council a