Sat 02 Jul 2022
A PREDATOR has been jailed for 22-and-a-half years for a string of horrific sexual offences against two children.
By Gareth Dennison on Thu 23 Jun 2022
A DEER trapped in fencing last night was rescued by firefighters.
A MAN has been jailed for ten years after stabbing another man in the leg at Meadowhall’s food court.
By Chris Brayford on Thu 23 Jun 2022
MP ALEXANDER Stafford and council leader Chris Read traded blows over RMBC’s handling of the £150 council tax rebate.
By Admin on Thu 23 Jun 2022
CAR sales experts at the National Franchised Dealers Association have said that new car sales have declined this year but that interest in electric vehicles is still high.
By Jill Theobald on Thu 23 Jun 2022
COUNCIL leader Chris Read has slammed the Government’s “shambolic” claim of “levelling up” the north following the publication of a report ranking Rotherham among the 20 worst performing places in the country.
By Roland Sebestyen on Wed 22 Jun 2022
AN EPILEPTIC little “cheeky” lad’s family can finally rest easy after a life-changing device was sent by a charity — and in return, friends are raising funds to thank them for it.
By Admin on Wed 22 Jun 2022
THE number of Covid-19 positive in-patients at Rotherham Hospital rose from 15 to 18 this week.
By Michael Upton on Wed 22 Jun 2022
A ROTHERHAM CSE survivor said there were no surprises in the IOPC's damning report into South Yorkshire Police's mishanding of widescale abuse, describing it as a “tick-box exercise”.
A WATCHDOG’S in-depth report into police misconduct during the Rotherham child sexual exploitation scandal found widespread “systemic failures” — but no officer will be sacked of face prosecution.
CAMPAIGNER Claire Mercer paid tribute to her tragic husband Jason with a “noisy” picnic at Clifton Park.
By Gareth Dennison on Wed 22 Jun 2022
LOCATIONS for bins should be considered on planning permissions where waste will be created, a councillor suggested as RMBC discussed tackling litter.
By Chris Brayford on Wed 22 Jun 2022
AN “INSPIRATIONAL” musical pioneer fondly remembered as one of the founding fathers of folk music in South Yorkshire was paid warm tributes after his death at 72.
By Gareth Dennison on Tue 21 Jun 2022
APPLICATIONS are open for crisis support grants to help residents cope with soaring energy costs.
WORK is set to start this summer on a £75 million warehouse after a knife-edge planning board decision — but the council has yet to agree road changes.
By Chris Brayford on Tue 21 Jun 2022
RETAILERS targeted by an operation aimed a cracking down on knife crime failed the test by allowing 16-year-olds to buy knives illegally.