Thu 20 Sep 2018
WE ALL agree Rotherham town centre could do with a bit of a boost - and here we present our very own ChuckleVision.
By Gareth Dennison on Thu 02 Aug 2012
PREPARATORY work has started on the site of the £21.9 million wind farm at Ulley.
By Michael Upton on Fri 13 Jul 2012
STUDENTS are helping to sow the seeds of an environment revolution with a wood on their doorstep.
By Gareth Dennison on Wed 11 Jul 2012
A DERELICT strip club in Rotherham town centre is due to be bulldozed if planning permission is granted.
By Gareth Dennison on Mon 25 Jun 2012
ROTHERHAM Council has been trying out a new electric truck in its search for more fuel-efficient vehicles.
By Dave Doyle on Thu 14 Jun 2012
BARNSLEY Council's bin boffins are preparing to go on tour to talk trash next week.
By Amy Westby on Thu 07 Jun 2012
A CONSTRUCTION company has been awarded a £34 million contract to build a new waste treatment plant at Manvers.
By Gareth Dennison on Tue 22 May 2012
A RECYCLING project has linked up with a national scheme to encourage more people not to chuck out old drinks cans
By Tom Sharpe on Fri 18 May 2012
THE number of new homes projected to be built in Rotherham over the next 15 years has been slashed by almost half.
By Gareth Dennison on Fri 04 May 2012
A MASSIVE housing scheme for a site polluted with dangerous toxic chemicals would pump £2m into the local economy, say the developers.
By Richard Smith on Fri 04 May 2012
LAST month’s downpours have added 12 billion litres to the region’s reservoirs, says Yorkshire Water.
By Amy Westby on Wed 02 May 2012
MANVERS Lake became four feet deeper as a result of the weekend’s rain as water was pumped into it from the River Dearne to prevent flooding further downstream.
By Michael Upton on Tue 24 Apr 2012
GREEN-thinking residents are being asked to grab their brushes and gloves for a community clean-up.
Green-thinking residents are being asked to grab their brushes and gloves for a community clean-up.
By Admin on Fri 13 Apr 2012
ROTHERHAM Council’s cardboard recycling “amnesty” ends on Monday.
By Michael Upton on Thu 12 Apr 2012
ROTHERHAM residents have saved enough energy to make 10 million cups of tea by recycling their old cooking oil.