Thu 18 Apr 2019
A WORLD leading auctioneer from Canada has made the former Maltby Colliery site its UK headquarters.
By David Parker on Wed 10 Apr 2019
A MOTORWAY has re-opened after a crash in which a 61-year-old man died this morning (Wednesday).
By Adele Forrest on Wed 10 Apr 2019
A VAN driver involved in a single-vehicle collision on the M1 this morning (Wednesday) died at the scene.
A BODY found in Parkgate on Monday has been confirmed as that of missing Swinton woman Alena Grlakova.
A MAN has gone on trial accused of sexually abusing a boy more than a decade ago.
TRAM operator Supertram has been forced to suspend Tram Train services until further notice due to a vehicle fault which could affect its fleet of Citylink vehicles.
A PENSIONER has spoken about the importance of exercise for over-65s after reaping the physical and mental benefits of training for a major long-distance running event.
A FIRE at a derelict Rotherham town centre pub broke out in the upper floor and roof area this morning (Wednesday).
EMERGENCY services are currently at the scene of a single-vehicle crash on the M1 this morning (Wednesday) which has shut the motorway in both directions.
By Michael Upton on Tue 09 Apr 2019
ROBBERS wearing balaclavas held up a pizza delivery rider at gunpoint and stole his bike.
The 59-year-old, who bought her winning ticket from Morrisons at Cortonwood, kept mum over her big win because one of her two sons was on holiday.
By Adele Forrest on Tue 09 Apr 2019
A BURGLARY suspect who reportedly sent pictures of himself by mistake to his victim's mobile phone has handed himself into police — just hours after an appeal was circulated online.
By David Parker on Tue 09 Apr 2019
THE PARENTS of a Swinton woman who has been missing since Boxing Day have been informed after a woman's body was found on land in Parkgate.
A ROTHERHAM man was part of a gang who planned a fatal attack on a father-of-three in broad daylight, a court was told.
The pastry kings of the Ross family, who run Lawns Farm Shop at Morthen, gobbled up a tasty haul of prizes at the British Pie Awards.
PLANS to cut the number of firefighters per engine from five to four have been condemned as “unthinkable” by union leaders.