Fri 17 Sep 2021
BRINGING Rotherham’s council housing up to the energy efficiency level demanded by Government by 2030 will cost up to £600 million, RMBC says.
By Admin on Fri 23 Apr 2021
HAVING seen the front page of the Advertiser (April 15), maybe people will not wonder why in my letter I support a tougher bill for rioters and marches.
By Admin on Wed 21 Apr 2021
I DO not profess to being an avid football fan. I have been to about five stadiums in my life.
By Admin on Tue 23 Mar 2021
AS much as I hate to admit it, the current Rother Valley MP was spot on with his comments over the ongoing CSE abuse that the perpetrators and also the enablers must all be brought to justice.
WHAT terrific pictures Brett Ainsworth (Letters March 4) paints.
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.
By Admin on Fri 07 Aug 2020
IT has been revealed that the council are to negotiate a deal between M.H.H. and Millmoor Juniors about separate access times when using the access road to Droppingwell (Watson’s) tip.
THE first day I met the adult survivor of Child Sexual Exploitation who identifies herself as “Elizabeth” was on August 2 2016. I handed Elizabeth a copy of “Voices of Despair, Voices of Hope”. Elizabeth read the voice on page 34 titled “Council Showboating”. Elizabeth’s first ever words to me were “It is still going on”.
By Michael Upton on Wed 13 May 2020
FORMER Land Girl Doreen Sanderson was toasted on the anniversary of VE Day with a special delivery of afternoon tea.
By Chloe West on Thu 04 Apr 2019
A ROTHERHAM couple got a rude awakening when they heard a loud bang on their door in the early hours of the morning — and were shocked to find a fox with a container stuck on its head struggling on their doorstep.
By READER on Wed 26 Sep 2018
WHEN a works closes the workers’ wages stop, no work, no brass.
A FEW undemocratic remainers are seeking to undermine the largest democratic vote in our history by trying to overturn the result on membership of the awful European Union and seek another referendum. This must never happen.
By READER on Thu 16 Aug 2018
I READ with great interest the recent article on ‘how to stay mentally healthy’.
IN the late 40s and 50s I was a regular visitor to 52 Saville Street in Dalton where my grandparents (Ogdens) lived and where my mother Alice was born (1927).
THE following is taken from the First Report of The Committee for Standards in Public Life (CSPL), 1995.
By READER on Thu 31 May 2018
WHEN the Conservatives shut down the Sheffield steel industry I retrained (EU-funded) to do social work at college.