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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 Admin on Thu 29 Apr 2010
Sir—In response to Mr Duff (see Advertiser letters, April 23) may I say I believe that the rise in anti-social behaviour that he complains of is largely attributable to the softly-softly approach to discipline and the erosion of the concept of personal res
By Amy Parkes on Thu 29 Apr 2010
YOUNG filmmakers at a Rotherham school put John Healey under the spotlight this week as part of their media project.
By Tom Sharpe on Thu 29 Apr 2010
Volvo battles nature to end motorists hay fever hell
By Paul Rickett on Thu 29 Apr 2010
A BUCKET collection will be held at the Millers v Crewe match at Don Valley Stadium on Saturday in aid of the planned new memorial dedicated to the memory of the 17th Middlesex Battalion—The Footballers' Battalion.
By Phil Turner on Thu 29 Apr 2010
AN attempted theft of cable from a railway line outside Mexborough train station caused chaos on the network on Wednesday.
Rotherham band Indra kicked-off their celebration mini tour of South Yorkshire this week at West Street Live in Sheffield.
BANNED drivers using false details to evade conviction will soon become a thing of the past— thanks to the new BlackBerry smartphones being issued to all frontline police in South Yorkshire.
By Michael Upton on Thu 29 Apr 2010
Villagers have received a double-barrelled salvo from John Healey as he tries to maintain his huge majority.
By Gareth Dennison on Thu 29 Apr 2010
RESTAURANT owners are working together to cook up culinary success in Rotherham.
CAMPAIGNING Denis MacShane was left puzzled by this discovery—a postcode mix-up that appears to have relocated part of his constituency to Dinnington.
By Naumaan Farooq on Thu 29 Apr 2010
FAMILIES in Rotherham could be getting online thanks to new grants to help them pay for computer equipment and internet access.
Put the May Bank Holiday to good use and be productive with a DIY-fest that your home (and your wallet) will love.
Nissan's GT-R has a licence to thrill...those who drive it have one to lose
FINANCIAL woes have forced two Rotherham businesses into liquidation.
By Richard Smith on Thu 29 Apr 2010
LAST week’s election hustings at the Rotherham Pensioners' Action Group had a strange feel to it.