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Havoc at Home Bargains as 'disrespectful' youths refuse to leave

Havoc at Home Bargains as 'disrespectful' youths refuse to leave

Thu 16 Sep 2021

POLICE were called to a discount shop in Maltby last night after reports that youths were "causing havoc" and disrespecting staff and customers.

  • West delight after Titans' win

    West delight after Titans' win

    By on Mon 02 Nov 2009

    COACH Craig West praised his Rotherham Titans side after Saturday's 29-20 win over Cornish Pirates at Clifton Lane.Titans had to be at their best to overcome the powerhouse full-time Camborne side, especially in a battling second half as the irates despera

  • Dire Millers face boos

    Dire Millers face boos

    By on Mon 02 Nov 2009

    ROTHERHAM United were booed off at Don Valley Stadium on Saturday as their poor form continued with a goalless draw against Aldershot Town.Many of the crowd of just over 3,000 vented their frustration at half time and full time of a dire League Two encount

  • Supporters sing for their supper at Blitz Ball: SLIDESHOW

    Supporters sing for their supper at Blitz Ball: SLIDESHOW

    By on Fri 30 Oct 2009

    SUPPORTERS of a Rotherham charity took a step back in time as they enjoyed a 1940s-themed Blitz Ball.Dressed to impress in wartime uniforms and glamorous headscarves, last Friday’s celebration was the first of its kind for the Rotherham Hospice.Organ

  • Rawmarsh calendar girls strike a pose for charity:PICTURES

    Rawmarsh calendar girls strike a pose for charity:PICTURES

    By on Fri 30 Oct 2009

    Check out these Christmas calendar girls! The big-hearted group of friends are following in the footsteps of the Rylstone WI members made famous by a nude charity calendar by launching their own festive version.Photographed by Shirley Sayles, the calendar

  • Rawmarsh calendar girls strike a pose for charity:PICTURES

    Rawmarsh calendar girls strike a pose for charity:PICTURES

    By on Fri 30 Oct 2009

    Check out these Christmas calendar girls! The big-hearted group of friends are following in the footsteps of the Rylstone WI members made famous by a nude charity calendar by launching their own festive version.Photographed by Shirley Sayles, the calendar

  • Rawmarsh calendar girls strike a pose for charity:PICTURES

    Rawmarsh calendar girls strike a pose for charity:PICTURES

    By on Fri 30 Oct 2009

    Check out these Christmas calendar girls! The big-hearted group of friends are following in the footsteps of the Rylstone WI members made famous by a nude charity calendar by launching their own festive version.Photographed by Shirley Sayles, the calendar

  • Oracle Training Consultants score hat-trick at Rotherham Business Awards: PICTURE GALLERY

    Oracle Training Consultants score hat-trick at Rotherham Business Awards: PICTURE GALLERY

    By on Fri 30 Oct 2009

    BEAUTY training specialists Oracle Training Consultants scored a treble triumph at the Rotherham Business Awards.The company, which delivers a variety of training programmes for the hair and beauty industry, were presented with the coveted Overall Award by

  • ROTHERHAM BUSINESS AWARDS: Winners celebrate fruits of hard work

    ROTHERHAM BUSINESS AWARDS: Winners celebrate fruits of hard work

    By on Fri 30 Oct 2009

    The winners of the 2009 Rotherham Business Awards all took their turn to thank the judges and pay tribute to their customers. Here is a selection of their comments:New Start Award (sponsored by RiDO) winner, Paul Nixon, Managing Director of Speciality

  • Protesters unite against Rotherham Council: AUDIO

    Protesters unite against Rotherham Council: AUDIO

    By on Fri 30 Oct 2009

    CAMPAIGNERS calling for A Time For Change descended on Rotherham town centre on Saturday. A rally attended by around 150 people was staged in All Saints' Square to publicly protest against Rotherham Borough Council on a range of issues.Meal on wheels prote

  • £8.5 million jobs boost for Rotherham

    £8.5 million jobs boost for Rotherham

    By on Fri 30 Oct 2009

    ROTHERHAM'S battle against the recession has been handed an £8.5 million double boost with news of 90 metalwork jobs and the development of a new police training and major crimes centre.South Yorkshire Police has confirmed that it is developing

  • Rotherham schools cross country: PICTURE GALLERY

    Rotherham schools cross country: PICTURE GALLERY

    By Admin on Fri 30 Oct 2009

    KIMBERWORTH schools, Winterhill and St. Bede’s, claimed win doubles as hundreds of youngsters fought out the Rotherham Schools Cross Country Championships at Herringthorpe.

  • Thousands at Magna for disabled fair: PICTURE GALLERY

    Thousands at Magna for disabled fair: PICTURE GALLERY

    By on Fri 30 Oct 2009

    SUMO wrestlers, football stars, magicians, musicians and circus performers were all on hand to put on a spectacular show this week at an event with a difference.Thousands of visitors flocked to Magna for the second Fairs Fayre event, which combined do

  • Are Rotherham's local pubs doomed? ONLINE POLL

    Are Rotherham's local pubs doomed? ONLINE POLL

    By on Thu 29 Oct 2009

    LANDLORDS and licensees have been hit hard over the past 18 months by rising tax on alcohol, the smoking ban and a world-wide financial crisis . With 52 pubs a week now ringing the last orders bell for the final time and a national call for a pub

  • Thieves dash boy's go-kart dreams

    Thieves dash boy's go-kart dreams

    By on Thu 29 Oct 2009

    BRAZEN thieves dashed the dreams of a boy racer when they stole a go-kart from outside his home.Mitchell Hannaby's £700 machine was snatched after it was parked up on a trailer at the rear of the property in Dinnington.The 13-year-old was left devast

  • Nurse alleged to have ill-treated patients

    Nurse alleged to have ill-treated patients

    By on Thu 29 Oct 2009

    A BULLYING residential care home manager ill-treated three vulnerable patients in her care, a court heard.Jane Harris (45), threw food at one woman and used one patient’s hand as a “weapon” to chastise another patient.She was said to be &