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Study to trial new Covid-19 vaccine comes to Rotherham

Study to trial new Covid-19 vaccine comes to Rotherham

Tue 03 Aug 2021

A ROTHERHAM health trust is taking part in an "exciting" research study trialling out a new Covid-19 vaccine.

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  • Passing time doing nothing

    Passing time doing nothing

    By Andrew Mosley on Tue 27 Jul 2021

    THERE were six of us leaning against a wall, doing nothing else, thinking of something to occupy our time one long school summer holiday.

  • Sixty-seven days of Christmas for East Dene couple

    Sixty-seven days of Christmas for East Dene couple

    By David Parker on Fri 23 Oct 2020

    THERE’S still more than two months left until Christmas — but one retired couple decided that the best way to beat the lockdown blues was to put the decorations up.

  • Dedicated key worker needs votes to win dream wedding

    Dedicated key worker needs votes to win dream wedding

    By Gareth Dennison on Tue 28 Jul 2020

    A COUPLE are courting public votes after making the final 14 in with a chance of winning a £60,000 dream wedding at a French mansion.

  • Friends Disunited

    Friends Disunited

    By Andrew Mosley on Fri 17 Jul 2020

    THE incident had bothered me on and off for many years and the memories came flooding back.

  • Life's big decisions

    Life's big decisions

    By Andrew Mosley on Fri 17 Jul 2020

    THE two questions I have probably been asked most relate to whether or not I am married or have kids. When I answer “no” to both, people make certain assumptions.

  • Thankfully it’s not always in the name

    Thankfully it’s not always in the name

    By Andrew Mosley on Fri 17 Jul 2020

    SO there I was, in a room shaking hands with the grandson of Britain’s most famous fascist.

  • Luck of the draw is the deciding factor — mostly

    Luck of the draw is the deciding factor — mostly

    By Andrew Mosley on Fri 17 Jul 2020

    I OPENED the washing machine and discovered all my white shirts had turned pink. It was the final straw in what was a particularoly bad day in 1996. One of my housemates offered me his Big Issue to sell and the other took me to the pub

  • VIDEO: 30st pig Twiglet enjoys new life after Dinnington flat rescue

    VIDEO: 30st pig Twiglet enjoys new life after Dinnington flat rescue

    By Chloe West on Fri 01 Nov 2019

    THIRTY-stone pig Twiglet spent two years living in an upstairs flat gorging on pizza with her trotters up — but after her dramatic rescue she is enjoying a new life in the countryside.

  • Permanent tribute for popular Millers fan

    Permanent tribute for popular Millers fan

    By Michael Upton on Fri 26 Jul 2019

    THE family of tragic dad Danny Dix have won the right for a permanent town centre memorial to the popular Millers fan.

  • Discovering the delights of Bath

    Discovering the delights of Bath

    By Antony Clay on Mon 07 Jan 2019

    IF you want to find a city that offers pretty much everything you could ask of an urban attraction, take a trip to Bath.

  • Enjoy a walk though Rotherham's history

    Enjoy a walk though Rotherham's history

    By Antony Clay on Thu 20 Dec 2018

    HISTORY enthusiast Stephen Gay is set to hold his 20th annual festive ramble — and this year it will have a film theme.

  • Best in model trains on show at Barnsley

    Best in model trains on show at Barnsley

    By Antony Clay on Wed 24 Oct 2018

    MODEL train fans will be making their way to a special exhibition near Barnsley which is set to attract people from far and wide.

  • VIDEO: Opportunity for young people in Rotherham

    VIDEO: Opportunity for young people in Rotherham

    By Antony Clay on Fri 07 Sep 2018

    YOUNG people are being urged to get involved in a joint programme run by the Prince’s Trust, police and fire service.

  • Unemployment on the up in Rotherham - but down for young people

    Unemployment on the up in Rotherham - but down for young people

    By Antony Clay on Tue 17 Jul 2018

    THE number of people out of work in Rotherham has gone up — but the number of jobless young people has fallen.

  • We are giving a £15K boost to our community

    We are giving a £15K boost to our community

    By Antony Clay on Fri 08 Jun 2018

    CALLING local groups — we have a £15,000 pot of cash and we want to share it with you!