Tue 26 May 2020
MCLAREN announced 1,200 job losses — but has not released details of how its Rotherham factory might be affected.
By Michael Upton on Thu 26 Mar 2020
FOODBANK manager Sean Gibbons said panic buying had hit supply levels hard but efforts were underway to support those in need amid the coronavirus crisis.
By Admin on Thu 26 Mar 2020
STAFF at two call centres also raised concerns over their welfare and that of their colleagues.
By Chloe West on Wed 25 Mar 2020
ROTHERHAM Crematorium has decreased the number of mourners allowed at services for a second time.
THE chief executive of the trust which runs Rotherham Hospital said staff were as well prepared as they could be as preparations to tackle the virus were ramped up another notch.
By Chloe West on Tue 24 Mar 2020
A CARE home resident is believed to be the first person in Rotherham to die from coronavirus.
ROTHERHAM Crematorium has limited the number of mourners attending upcoming funeral services.
By Adele Forrest on Mon 23 Mar 2020
POLICE will take action against any pubs, bars, clubs and restaurants that don’t adhere to the Government’s orders to close during the coronavirus pandemic.
By Michael Upton on Mon 23 Mar 2020
STAY away and help us to help you! That was the message from the A&E team at Rotherham Hospital as they got to grips with the increasing demands of the coronavirus outbreak.
By Admin on Mon 23 Mar 2020
Rotherham Council’s IT system was attacked by criminals exploiting the outbreak of the coronavirus.
By Chloe West on Mon 23 Mar 2020
ROTHERHAM Hospital has banned visitors from entering the site on Moorgate Road from today (Monday).
By Chloe West on Fri 20 Mar 2020
TWO men claiming to be NHS cleaners entered a house in Rawmarsh yesterday afternoon (Thursday) in an attempted theft.
By Michael Upton on Fri 20 Mar 2020
A MUM who set up a support group for people in isolation amid the coronavirus crisis said she had been inundated with offers of help.
By Chloe West on Thu 19 Mar 2020
FIND the brightest, most unique odd socks in your drawer and pair them together ready for World Down's Syndrome Day tomorrow.
A SENSORY service for the deaf and blind has pledged to deliver medication, meals and other essentials to clients.
PHONE your GP first — that is the message from Rotherham Clinical Commissioning Group to people seeking advice as practices aim to minimise face-to-face contact with patients.