Mon 21 Sep 2020
A 41-YEAR-old man has admitted to stabbing his estranged wife, who worked at Rotherham Hospital, to death with a machete at their home earlier this year.
By Gareth Dennison on Fri 11 Sep 2020
A PROPOSED overhaul of the nation’s planning system is a “disaster in the making” which will hit social housing provision, RMBC fears.
FIVE formal complaints have been received by Rotherham Council over the Matki Chai saga.
BRITISH Transport Police have appealed for witnesses after four railway detonators were stolen at Holmes Lane.
THREE-quarters of a care home — opened by the council just over a decade ago — will be permanently closed.
FRAUD worth more than £325,000 was prevented by South Yorkshire Police and bank staff in the first half of 2020.
New figures show the value of the Banking Protocol, a UK-wide scheme in which branches alert their local force when they suspect a customer is being scammed.
By Michael Upton on Thu 10 Sep 2020
SHEFFIELD Theatres has unveiled a new collection of plays aimed at filling the void for frustrated theatre lovers.
By Adele Forrest on Thu 10 Sep 2020
CHILDMINDERS are being asked about the impact of Covid-19 on early years childcare.
By David Parker on Thu 10 Sep 2020
A DOMESTIC abuse victim said she felt scared to leave the house when her attacker walked free from court without a restraining order.
By Gareth Dennison on Thu 10 Sep 2020
SOUTH Yorkshire Police says it would welcome the introduction of “Covid marshals” to help enforce virus rules.
By Admin on Thu 10 Sep 2020
A FIRE at a disused property in Eastwood is believed to have been started deliberately.
A NEW campaign has been launched to clamp down on the use of “laughing gas”.
FOUR arrests were made after a 2am attempted robbery in which a man was threatened with a machete.
By Michael Upton on Wed 09 Sep 2020
AN APPEAL has been issued to give a former councillor and campaigner a stirring send-off tomorrow.
By Admin on Wed 09 Sep 2020
POLICE appealed for witnesses after a couple were attacked by a dog at Conisbrough.
By Michael Upton on Tue 08 Sep 2020
PUPILS told to stay away from school after a dinnerlady tested positive for coronavirus have now been given the all-clear to return to classes.