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Suspected stolen motorbike found in Eastwood lock-up

Suspected stolen motorbike found in Eastwood lock-up

Thu 24 May 2018

A SUSPECTED stolen motorbike which had been driven dangerously was seized along with other vehicles from a lock-up in Eastwood.

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  • LETTER: Terrorism will never win

    LETTER: Terrorism will never win

    By READER on Thu 01 Jun 2017

    I WOULD like to express my profound sadness and horror at what happened in Manchester last week.

  • LETTER: Who do I vote for?

    LETTER: Who do I vote for?

    By READER on Thu 01 Jun 2017

    LOOKING at the Rotherham contenders, none of them are particularly palatable at all.

  • LETTER: On a hiding to nothing

    LETTER: On a hiding to nothing

    By READER on Thu 18 May 2017

    EVERY paper carried Theresa (Snow White) May’s photo on her visit to Yorkshire when she asked everybody to vote only for her.

  • LETTER: Vote for the only leader with courage

    LETTER: Vote for the only leader with courage

    By READER on Thu 18 May 2017

    WILL the people of Rotherham for once in a lifetime put this country first, and follow what seems like the majority of this country are about to do, to vote for the only person with the courage to deal with the job — destroying the un-democratic, bullying gravy train that is the European Union. That person is Theresa May.

  • POLL: In the wake of the Prime Minister's proposal to review the fox hunting ban, do you think it should be lifted?

    POLL: In the wake of the Prime Minister's proposal to review the fox hunting ban, do you think it should be lifted?

    By Admin on Mon 15 May 2017

    LET us know what you think.

  • LETTER: Does voter apathy threaten democracy?

    LETTER: Does voter apathy threaten democracy?

    By READER on Wed 10 May 2017

    THE reign of King John was a turning point in the history of England’s government. The barons — successfully — had said ‘no’ to the king, and made him do as they wanted. No king of England ever had unrestricted, or ‘absolute’, power again and within a century England saw the beginnings of Parliament.

  • LETTER: Does voter apathy threaten democracy?

    LETTER: Does voter apathy threaten democracy?

    By READER on Wed 10 May 2017

    THE reign of King John was a turning point in the history of England’s government. The barons — successfully — had said ‘no’ to the king, and made him do as they wanted. No king of England ever had unrestricted, or ‘absolute’, power again and within a century England saw the beginnings of Parliament.

  • LETTER: Clifton’s Got Talent!

    LETTER: Clifton’s Got Talent!

    By READER on Wed 10 May 2017

    ON Thursday, April 27, I went to a music and movement evening at Clifton Comprehensive School.

  • LETTER:  Work with us on five-year plan for Mexborough

    LETTER: Work with us on five-year plan for Mexborough

    By READER on Wed 03 May 2017

    FURTHER to the 'Doncaster Borough Council election preview' piece published in the Weekender on April 6, I would like to take the opportunity to clarify a couple of points which I am sure Mexborough residents will appreciate.

  • LETTER: Great community work for children

    LETTER: Great community work for children

    By READER on Wed 03 May 2017

    I WOULD like to highlight the fantastic work done within our local community during the holidays to encourage children to keep fit and healthy.

  • LETTER: The Sun casts a very dark shadow

    LETTER: The Sun casts a very dark shadow

    By READER on Tue 25 Apr 2017

    THE day the Sun paper was launched I was working in Chesterfield.

  • LETTER: More parking is needed, but it won’t happen

    LETTER: More parking is needed, but it won’t happen

    By READER on Mon 24 Apr 2017

    ABOUT two weeks ago one of your readers wrote in he was concerned about the seemingly overpaid staff who in the words of a well-known columnist were doing Gaurdianista none jobs.

  • LETTER: No sympathy for these countries

    LETTER: No sympathy for these countries

    By READER on Wed 19 Apr 2017

    SOMETIMES I suspect I am seen as very right wing. That is only in respect of we the born British of this country, whatever religion or creed do not get the same rights as criminals escaping custody in their own countries within and without, the EU. People like Sham Chakribati think more of them, than anybody born here.

  • LETTER: It’s taxing being a pensioner

    LETTER: It’s taxing being a pensioner

    By READER on Tue 11 Apr 2017

    PAPERS nationally, television and radio are reporting how wealthy pensioners have become.

  • LETTER: Keep the BHF in mind

    LETTER: Keep the BHF in mind

    By READER on Wed 22 Mar 2017

    WITH spring just round the corner, I wanted to encourage your readers to keep the BHF in mind during their spring clear out this year and donate any unwanted items to their local BHF shop to help fund life saving heart research.