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Three men arrested over Wellgate stabbing

Three men arrested over Wellgate stabbing

Fri 20 Apr 2018

THREE men have been arrested in connection with a Wellgate stabbing. 

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  • £1.5m blow to troubled children's services

    £1.5m blow to troubled children's services

    By Gareth Dennison on Fri 19 Nov 2010

    ROTHERHAM Council departments found savings of £5 million this year—but bosses must still dip into emergency reserves as children’s services plunge deeper into the red.

  • Fire crews take cuts fight to Westminster

    Fire crews take cuts fight to Westminster

    By Phil Turner on Thu 18 Nov 2010

    SOUTH Yorkshire firefighters lobbed their MPs at Westminster in protest against cuts to their fire and rescue service.

  • Light a candle for a relative . . . and Rotherham Hospice

    Light a candle for a relative . . . and Rotherham Hospice

    By Amy Westby on Thu 18 Nov 2010

    SUPPORTERS of a Rotherham charity are being invited to light a candle in memory of their loved ones.

  • Rotherham health groups invited to bid for grants

    Rotherham health groups invited to bid for grants

    By Amy Parkes on Thu 18 Nov 2010

    CASH aimed at boosting health and well-being is up for grabs before the end of the year.

  • Wilkinsons chip in £17,000 help fund Bluebell Wood nurse

    Wilkinsons chip in £17,000 help fund Bluebell Wood nurse

    By Amy Parkes on Tue 16 Nov 2010

    A CHILDREN’S charity has welcomed a £17,000 donation which will go towards funding a full-time nurse.

  • Big challenge on tiny bikes

    Big challenge on tiny bikes

    By Mike Upton on Mon 15 Nov 2010

    AN eager group of businessmen have completed a mammoth challenge with a twist—all in aid of a children's charity.

  • Pool under the hammer

    Pool under the hammer

    By Amy Westby on Mon 15 Nov 2010

    ONE of the town’s former community swimming pools will go up for auction next month.
    Wath Swimming Pool was one of several pools across the town mothballed as part of the borough council’s PFI plans to build four new super-pools.

  • Lawyers on the run for blind heroes

    Lawyers on the run for blind heroes

    By Michael Upton on Sat 13 Nov 2010

    SOLICITORS swapped their court gowns for running shoes to take part in a charity run.
    Lawyers from Rotherham-based Harthill’s completed the the Worksop half marathon and fun run in aid of St Dunstan's, a national charity supporting blind military heroes.

  • Joe puts his best foot forward  for Speakup Self Advocacy

    Joe puts his best foot forward for Speakup Self Advocacy

    By Michael Upton on Fri 12 Nov 2010

    A YOUNG man with learning disabilities who acts as an advocate to help himself and others "speak up" is taking part in a marathon sponsored walk this weekend.

  • Comic Joe Bromehead tops bill at fundraiser for tragic firefighter

    Comic Joe Bromehead tops bill at fundraiser for tragic firefighter

    By Admin on Fri 12 Nov 2010

    FIREFIGHTERS will be rallying round at a fund-raising event tomorrow in support of a workmate left paralysed from the chest down after a freak off-duty incident.

  • Rotherham says 'NO' to violent abusers

    Rotherham says 'NO' to violent abusers

    By Michael Upton on Wed 10 Nov 2010

    DOMESTIC violence is ALWAYS unacceptable - that's the hard-hitting message from a new "Rotherham Says No" campaign.

  • Remember the fallen: Rotherham poppy day events

    Remember the fallen: Rotherham poppy day events

    By Tom Sharpe on Wed 10 Nov 2010

    ROTHERHAM will remember the fallen with the town’s Mayor leading the borough’s annual remembrance tributes this coming week.

  • BMX-ers race to help Cambodian kids

    BMX-ers race to help Cambodian kids

    By Michael Upton on Wed 10 Nov 2010

    BMX riders used pedal power to do their bit for underprivileged kids on the other side of the world when they took part in a fund-raising event for a new charity.

  • Chloe joins protests again education grant cuts

    Chloe joins protests again education grant cuts

    By Gareth Dennison on Mon 08 Nov 2010

    BUDDING Rotherham politican Chloe Shaw has joined calls for the Government to think again over the scrapping of cash help for the poorest students.

  • Brain injury charity staffing crisis

    Brain injury charity staffing crisis

    By Naumaan Farooq on Thu 04 Nov 2010

    A CASHstrapped charity which helps people with brain injuries is having to turn away sufferers due to staffing shortages.