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VIDEO: Harthill lads caught up in Magaluf party hotel blaze before bar crawl

VIDEO: Harthill lads caught up in Magaluf party hotel blaze before bar crawl

Thu 24 May 2018

A TEENAGER on his first lads’ holiday abroad has told how he and his mates got caught up in a huge fire in their party-themed hotel — but still went out for a bar crawl.

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  • Name your hero voluntary group

    Name your hero voluntary group

    By Michael Upton on Mon 13 Sep 2010

    THE Lord-Lieutenant for South Yorkshire has called on the county to nominate outstanding local voluntary groups for next year's Queen's Awards for Voluntary Service, the MBE for volunteer groups.

  • College gets £5m council loan

    College gets £5m council loan

    By Michael Upton on Thu 09 Sep 2010

    ROTHERHAM Borough Council has approved a bid from Rotherham’s biggest college for a £5 million loan.

  • Do not fall for lies

    Do not fall for lies

    By J Richardson on Wed 08 Sep 2010

    Dear sir, The final sentence of Jimmy Reid's historic speech - “We are not rats” – given to Glasgow University (1972)- is: “It’s a goal worth fighting for.”

  • Fun day raises £600 for Bluebell Wood

    Fun day raises £600 for Bluebell Wood

    By Admin on Tue 07 Sep 2010

    Staff at Business & Education South Yorkshire raised more than £600 for the Bluebell Wood Children’s Hospice over the Bank Holiday.

  • British Legion appeals for more poppy sellers

    British Legion appeals for more poppy sellers

    By Phil Turner on Tue 07 Sep 2010

    POPPY appeal organisers are experiencing a big demand for poppies—even though Remembrance Day is two months away.

  • SAFE@LAST'S Hilary in line for top award

    SAFE@LAST'S Hilary in line for top award

    By Amy Parkes on Tue 07 Sep 2010

    ROTHERHAM charity founder Hilary Massarella is in line for an Inspiration Award for her work to help young runaways.

  • BUDGET CUTS: Rotherham Renaissance threat

    BUDGET CUTS: Rotherham Renaissance threat

    By Michael Upton on Fri 03 Sep 2010

    ROTHERHAM’S £2 billion Renaissance could be hit hard by swingeing cuts in public spending, a new council report warned this week.

  • Council cuts should start at the top

    Council cuts should start at the top

    By Admin on Fri 03 Sep 2010

    Rotherham Council has asked people in the borough to suggest ways in which council spending might be cut. Here are some of the responses sent to the Advertiser.

  • Rotherham college pleads for £5 council loan

    Rotherham college pleads for £5 council loan

    By Tom Sharpe on Fri 03 Sep 2010

    CASH-strapped councillors will be asked to provide £5 million to shore up the redevelopment plans of Rotherham’s biggest college.

  • VIDEO: Maltby cyclist's 1,500-mile charity ride

    VIDEO: Maltby cyclist's 1,500-mile charity ride

    By Michael Upton on Fri 03 Sep 2010

    Intrepid cyclist Andrew Fitzgerald is out to raise thousands for charity by cycling home from Gibraltar to Rotherham.

  • VIDEO: Kids' services boss hails progress

    VIDEO: Kids' services boss hails progress

    By Gareth Dennison on Fri 03 Sep 2010

    The head of Rotherham’s children’s services proudly revealed this week that the authority has just a handful of social worker vacancies—down from almost 50 less than a year ago.

  • Women drivers wanted for charity challenge

    Women drivers wanted for charity challenge

    By Admin on Wed 01 Sep 2010

    ROTHERHAM'S women drivers are being invited to take up a charity driving challenge.

  • Tiny transplant survivors compete in annual games

    Tiny transplant survivors compete in annual games

    By Amy Parkes on Tue 31 Aug 2010

    BRAVE fighters Farah Bycroft and Ellie Greenwood have both overcome life-threatening liver conditions to compete in this year’s British Transplant Games.

  • Pensioners warn over cuts to fuel allowance

    Pensioners warn over cuts to fuel allowance

    By Gareth Dennison on Tue 31 Aug 2010

    LOWERING the winter fuel allowance will leave older people choosing between eating and heating, Rotherham Pensioners’ Action Group has warned.

  • BUDGET CUTS: tell us what to axe, says council

    BUDGET CUTS: tell us what to axe, says council

    By Gareth Dennison on Fri 27 Aug 2010

    YOUR council needs YOU—that was the call to residents this week to help decide where £11 million of public spending cuts will come from.