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A THUG who chased a terrified man out of his home and across a field before stabbing him the back has been jailed for two years.
By Gareth Dennison on Fri 09 Jul 2010
MALTBY’S controversial academy was Rotherham’s key to the BSF goldmine—but even its rebuild was cast into uncertainty this week.
ROTHERHAM’S trio of Labour MPs have called the axing of BSF “a black day” for education in the borough.
EDUCATION Secretary Michael Gove insists that the coalition Government had no choice but to cancel BSF after being faced with a “desperate mess left by the last administration.”
PLANS to rebuild Aston Comprehensive would have included flood alleviation measures to allay the fears of residents who were washed-out twice in two years.
By Naumaan Farooq on Tue 06 Jul 2010
HUNDREDS of runners took part in a charity run in memory former Brinsworth man Kevin Robinson.
By Phil Turner on Mon 05 Jul 2010
GENEROUS Rotherham transport workers got a real taste of Africa while delivering £900 to help serve up more than half-a-million meals for malnourished youngsters.
By Admin on Fri 02 Jul 2010
COUNCIL officials are courting controversy with plans for a giant salt bunker on the industrial estate where they turfed out an application for a building half the size.
By Phil Turner on Thu 01 Jul 2010
A BIG boost to Rotherham’s regeneration ambitions was received this week with the news that plans for a massive office campus and hotel on the Waverley site will be decided locally.
By Gareth Dennison on Fri 25 Jun 2010
THE mother of a Rotherham soldier killed in the Falklands watched on proudly as the Armed Forces flag was raised at the barracks named after her son.
By Michael Upton on Fri 25 Jun 2010
AN animal lover who has provided overnight shelter to dozens of dogs in the past two years has condemned council bosses for scrapping the service.
By Amy Parkes on Fri 18 Jun 2010
CHRISTMAS will come early to Rotherham this year as the town centre gears up for its first ever Midsummer Christmas party.
By Admin on Fri 18 Jun 2010
CHRISTMAS in July. Your reaction.
By Gareth Dennison on Fri 18 Jun 2010
GOVERNMENT efficiency savings will deal a huge blow to education in Rotherham, it was claimed this week.
By Gareth Dennison on Thu 17 Jun 2010
TWENTY-four community projects in Rotherham will share a windfall £39,000 from South Yorkshire Police Authority.
By Admin on Mon 14 Jun 2010
A DECREASING number of stray dogs in Rotherham couple with an increase in the costs has resulted in Rotherham closing an out-of-hours public drop-off kennels for stray dogs