News stories about Rotherham, the Dearne Valley and the Don Valley

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Mum's hell over Holiday Inn guests 'blighting the area'

Mum's hell over Holiday Inn guests 'blighting the area'

Fri 07 Aug 2020

A WORRIED mum says she is scared to leave her home due to increased anti-social behaviour, which she believes is being caused by temporary guests at a nearby hotel.

  • New outdoors section launched

    New outdoors section launched

    By Adrian Davis on Mon 15 Mar 2010

    Barrie Tucker of the Dearne Valley Ramblers Association has put together a selection of walks, plus your chance to send in any interesting pictures and your local weather forecast for the week ahead.

  • Inspectors hail improvements in South Yorkshire Police

    Inspectors hail improvements in South Yorkshire Police

    By Gareth Dennison on Mon 15 Mar 2010

    South Yorkshire police say the public are reporting increase confidence in the force - and independent inspectors say it is one of the most improved in the country

  • £1m deal puts Dinnington Colliery Band on Lady Gaga record label

    £1m deal puts Dinnington Colliery Band on Lady Gaga record label

    By Naumaan Farooq on Sat 13 Mar 2010

    Dinnington Colliery Band is celebrating after being handed a £1m record deal which will see it sharing a label as pop sensation Lady Gaga.

  • Scenic trek through the area’s rich heritage

    Scenic trek through the area’s rich heritage

    By Barrie Tucker on Fri 12 Mar 2010

    BARRIE TUCKER of The Dearne Valley Ramblers takes us on a scenic walk through picturesque villages in the east of the borough

  • Remember the great flood

    Remember the great flood

    By Barrie Tucker on Fri 12 Mar 2010

    BARRIE TUCKER of The Dearne Valley Ramblers takes us on the second of his tea shop walks while also reminding us of shocking local disaster

  • £1m 'skunk'  factory man to pay back £10,000

    £1m 'skunk' factory man to pay back £10,000

    By Admin on Fri 12 Mar 2010

    THE owner of a building which was transformed into a £1 million cannabis factory has had been ordered to pay back £10,000 under proceeds of crime laws.

  • Parents stunned as Dalton children's centre axed

    Parents stunned as Dalton children's centre axed

    By Admin on Fri 12 Mar 2010

    But there have been claims that not enough was done to publicise the day care provision—or consult on the changes.

  • GOLDTHORPE: Invitation to Dearne Carnival

    GOLDTHORPE: Invitation to Dearne Carnival

    By Admin on Fri 12 Mar 2010

    COMMUNITY groups are urged to come forward and take part in this year's Dearne Carnival.

  • Schools join battle on climate change

    Schools join battle on climate change

    By Admin on Fri 12 Mar 2010

    SCHOOLS in Rotherham are being asked to join the fight against climate change and save money at the same time.

  • Demolition men reduce Maltby Sports Centre to rubble

    Demolition men reduce Maltby Sports Centre to rubble

    By Gareth Dennison on Fri 12 Mar 2010

    IT has provided hours of fun for hundreds of people over the years but Maltby Sports Centre was finally consigned to history when it was reduced to rubble this week.

  • Triple success for Horbury Building Systems

    Triple success for Horbury Building Systems

    By Gareth Dennison on Fri 12 Mar 2010

    A ROTHERHAM firm has netted a hat-trick of prestigious trade prizes.

  • Jones Homes announces new development in Treeton

    Jones Homes announces new development in Treeton

    By Adrian Davis on Thu 11 Mar 2010

    After 10 years in Treeton, Jones Homes (Northern) Ltd is thrilled to announce plans for another new development in the rural South Yorkshire village.

  • Is the credit crunch really affecting Lettings??

    Is the credit crunch really affecting Lettings??

    By Adrian Davis on Thu 11 Mar 2010

    At present it seems like its all doom and gloom in the housing market, is this really the same for lettings as well?

  • Reluctant tenants on the rise as demand outstrips supply

    Reluctant tenants on the rise as demand outstrips supply

    By Adrian Davis on Thu 11 Mar 2010

    The UK housing market is experiencing a trend of ‘reluctant tenants’, after a shift in supply and demand for properties, according to the Association of Residential Letting Agents (ARLA).

  • Fill your house with summer

    Fill your house with summer

    By Adrian Davis on Thu 11 Mar 2010

    With a fresh, summery feel the new home collection from House of Fraser is lighter, brighter and more colourful than ever. From sugared pastels through to bold brights, colour plays a pivatol role in setting the mood for the season.