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 Phil Turner on Fri 15 Jul 2011
A GREEN belt campaigner says he is not surprised that council leader Roger Stone will not taking up an invitation to meet villagers over plans to build 406 new homes.
By Phil Turner on Fri 08 Jul 2011
NEW fears have been voiced for the future of green belt land at the centre of a huge uproar two years ago.
By Gareth Dennison on Fri 01 Jul 2011
PLANS for housing on up to 1,087 acres of Rotherham’s prized green belt will be unveiled next week.
By Michael Upton on Mon 13 Jun 2011
WENTWORTH MP John Healey went back to school to see how a £2.4 million windfall has paid for eco-friendly new buildings.
By Phil Turner on Wed 08 Jun 2011
THE first council homes to be built in Rotherham for 30 years were officially being opened this week
By Michael Upton on Thu 26 May 2011
BIRD-WATCHERS are all a-twitter thanks to the arrival of a pair of fluffy new feathered friends.
By Michael Upton on Thu 19 May 2011
RESIDENTS have less than a week to have their say on plans for a new waste plant on Rotherham’s doorstep.
By Tom Sharpe on Mon 16 May 2011
FLOOD-hit homes in a Rotherham village are set to become the biggest recipients of grant funding aimed at easing the effects of future downpours.
By Tom Sharpe on Fri 15 Apr 2011
CAMPAIGNERS against a controversial waste recycling facility are considering their next move after local authorities in Barnsley, Doncaster and Rotherham decided on a preferred bid for the scheme.
By Tom Sharpe on Thu 07 Apr 2011
THE creation of a controversial waste recycling plant has moved a step closer after three partnership councils selected their preferred bidder for the project.
By Michael Upton on Mon 04 Apr 2011
THE first new council houses built in Rotherham for 30 years were welcoming their new residents this week.
By Michael Upton on Thu 31 Mar 2011
THE Forestry Commission has unveiled a new grant scheme to encourage landowners in Rotherham to plant trees and help reduce flood risk.
By Michael Upton on Thu 24 Mar 2011
A NEW £10 million children’s activity centre on the site of a disused eco-theme park will provide “learning in action” for kids.
A NEW campaign has been launched across Rotherham to raise awareness of the impacts of domestic wood burning.
By Amy Westby on Wed 23 Mar 2011
UP TO 200 jobs are being promised in the redevelopment of the ill-fated Earth Centre site.