Mon 24 Sep 2018
UNIVERSITY Centre Rotherham welcomed its first students today (Monday) as the £10.5 million higher education base opened for the new academic year.
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.
By READER on Tue 15 May 2018
SINCE 1993 Rotherham Residents have seen single person’s Council Tax discount frozen at 25 per cent — that discount has been the same for 25 years.
MAY I, through your column, give my sincere thanks and appreciation to all the people who have helped and supported myself and Terry over the years to raise money for the Rotherham Hospice.
By Dave Poucher on Fri 02 Mar 2018
Our chief photographer Dave Poucher has picked his top five pictures for our online Beast from the East picture special. It’s not been an easy decision but here they are. Thank you once again for sending us your pictures they were all brilliant!
By Admin on Fri 02 Mar 2018
A round-up of our readers best snowmen pictures
By READER on Thu 01 Mar 2018
MY name is Kirk and I am in Rotherham as an amateur poet. I thought you may be interested in a poem I wrote concerning the recent Kentucky Fried Chicken crisis.
I HAVE noted over the last few weeks the letters in your newspaper from other readers about the reluctance of Rotherham MBC to do kerbside collections of plastic waste (these collections have now been agreed).
By READER on Tue 13 Feb 2018
RE the claim that bin men leave litter on the road, I wonder if it’s because of the way people recycle paper etc.
YOU have had lots of letters about people falling down and others helping.
By READER on Tue 23 Jan 2018
I REFER to your excellent article in January 5 edition and suggest that if the anti-litter team followed the refuse collectors, particularly on blue bag and box collection days, the fines that could be issued to these litterers would mean that there is no need to increase the council tax.
MUSIC plays a big part in our lives, whether it be in the past or here in the present day.
By READER on Wed 17 Jan 2018
SOME of the residents at Windy Lodge at Aughton would like to thank the UKIP councillor for the Holderness ward Mick Elliot, who was made aware of the problem of paths that needed gritting in order for residents to access the centre and to be able to get to the Post Office for their pensions etc.