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A CANNABIS farmer whose lawyer said he had become involved in producing drugs out of “naivety and immaturity” has been jailed for more than two years.
By Phil Turner on Tue 04 May 2010
MURDER detectives investigating the brutal stabbing of Rotherham woman Julie Gallagher are following up calls received after her sister made an emotional plea to find the killer.
By Tom Sharpe on Tue 04 May 2010
ROTHERHAM shop owner John Chantler has been named as the motorcyclist killed in an accident on Saturday.
By Admin on Tue 04 May 2010
TORY candidate Michelle Donelan has set out her election promises in a “contract”with voters.
By Michele Vincent on Tue 04 May 2010
A FIVE churches walk organised as part of the Rotherham Walking Festival takes place next week.
By Gareth Dennison on Tue 04 May 2010
NEARLY half of Yorkshire internet users would be more likely to vote if they could do so online, a study revealed.
A 35-year-old man from Rotherham has been charged with conspiracy to supply Class B drugs after police seized £1.3 million worth of amphetamine.
By Michael Upton on Tue 04 May 2010
INVESTIGATION work has started on the latest phase of the Rotherham Renaissance—a new public open space on the banks of the River Don.
TEENAGERS learning new skills as part of a vocational training scheme have been reassured that their positions are secure after fears that the scheme could be scrapped.
By Amy Parkes on Tue 04 May 2010
A TWO-day conference based on the nuclear industry has been organised by a Rotherham business support group.
A ROTHERHAM cycling supremo has officially unveiled a hospital’s state-of-the-art MRI scanner.
By David Beddows on Tue 04 May 2010
SKIPPER Ian Sharps reckons Rotherhan United can go into the League Two play-offs with confidence after their fourth consecutive shut-out on Saturday.
HIGH flying footballers took time out to support a Rotherham children’s charity.
SOUTH Yorkshire Police Authority is looking to recruit a member of the public to serve onto its standards committee.
By Rebecca Taylor on Tue 04 May 2010
If nothing else, the Prime Ministerial TV debates have succeeded in increasing interest in the General Election, something that is welcome given that only 55% of voter made it to the polls in 2005.
By Michael Upton on Mon 03 May 2010
GREEN belt campaigners are urging councillors to say “No to Yes” and throw out plans for the £300 million YES! Project in the Rother Valley.