Tue 10 Dec 2019
A TINSLEY man who handled a knife used to kill a cinemagoer has admitted helping to cover up the stabbing.
By Gareth Dennison on Fri 22 Nov 2019
A SLICE of mining history is back on prominent display at Maltby as work continues on its colliery memorial.
By Adele Forrest on Fri 15 Nov 2019
TRAM Train services are still suspended this morning (Friday) - but all other Supertram routes are operating as normal.
By Adele Forrest on Thu 24 Oct 2019
THE Government has announced it will review the controversial ‘smart motorway’ scheme after lobbying from a Rotherham widow whose husband was killed on the M1 section.
By Adele Forrest on Fri 11 Oct 2019
A REPAIR technician has won a rising star award at a regional apprentice awards ceremony — and now the public can help him win the national title.
By Michael Upton on Tue 01 Oct 2019
“REROUTE HS2 or scrap it” — that was the call from the leader of Rotherham Council and the Mayor of Doncaster this week.
By Adele Forrest on Mon 30 Sep 2019
FIFTY-SEVEN people have lost their jobs after a popcorn and confectionery manufacturer went into administration.
By Gareth Dennison on Fri 20 Sep 2019
ROTHERHAM will play an important role in attempts to commercialise nuclear fusion for low carbon energy when a £22 million research centre opens.
By Michael Upton on Thu 19 Sep 2019
FORMER miners who worked at Wath Main Colliery are being invited to a reunion next week.
By Gareth Dennison on Tue 17 Sep 2019
GULLIVER’S not being open yet and algae at Rother Valley Country Park were blamed for bookings being lower than expected at the council’s new caravan site.
By Adele Forrest on Fri 06 Sep 2019
A WIDOW whose husband and a fellow motorist were killed on a new stretch of so-called “smart motorway” is calling for the controversial road set-up to be scrapped, saying their deaths were “avoidable”.
By Chloe West on Fri 23 Aug 2019
THE owners of a family-run Chinese takeaway have fled their business after allegedly being subjected to attacks, anti-social behaviour and racist abuse.
By David Parker on Thu 08 Aug 2019
THE FORMER manager of a kitchen manufacturing company has been ordered to pay £17,000 in compensation to a worker who lost three fingers in a sawing accident.
By Gareth Dennison on Fri 02 Aug 2019
A WOMAN who converted her attic into a clothes store said she has felt “under siege” by neighbours who pointed out the shop lacked planning permission.
By Michael Upton on Thu 18 Jul 2019
BUS strikes are planned for two Saturdays in a row as drivers continue their pay row with bosses.
By Gareth Dennison on Tue 09 Jul 2019
VILLAGERS in Orgreave face another two years’ disruption from the former pit site — a decade after the frequent delays were labelled an affront to the community.