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News published October 2014

  • The Town Hall in Rotherham

    Child Mayor takes over Rotherham

    Published 24th October 2014

    Nathan Berry faces an action-packed day when he becomes Rotherham's 'Little Mayor' next week.

  • Child in child care

    Free childcare places for toddlers

    Published 23rd October 2014

    Parents of toddlers in Rotherham are being urged to check out whether they're eligible for free childcare.

  • Rotherham Investment and  Development Office logo

    Help for local start-up businesses

    Published 23rd October 2014

    Start-up businesses in Rotherham can get a head start thanks to the Rotherham Investment and Development Office - RiDO.

  • Hackney cabs

    New taxi regulations for Rotherham

    Published 22nd October 2014

    Rotherham's taxi companies could face more stringent standards in the future.

  • stressed man

    Reducing stress event

    Published 22nd October 2014

    As part of European Health and Safety Week, Rotherham is hosting a stress in the workplace event at New York Stadium.

  • Public transport

    Rotherham bus service changes

    Published 22nd October 2014

    This weekend (25, 26 and 27 October) there will be changes to some bus services in Rotherham and across South Yorkshire.

  • Launch of Shop Local Bus Partnership

    Shop Local is on the buses!

    Published 22nd October 2014

    Rotherham town centre's popular shopping reward scheme is set to hit the road, thanks to an innovative partnership with First South Yorkshire.

  • Guided Sky bike ride

    Rural bike ride promises stunning views

    Published 21st October 2014

    Make new friends on a wonderful free rural bike ride around Tickhill and surrounding villages on Sunday 26 October.

  • Halloween

    Hubble, bubble, double Halloween trouble!

    Published 20th October 2014

    A pair of scarily fun events are set to get Halloween off to a spooky start in Rotherham!

  • Mum with child

    New website helps to support Rotherham families

    Published 20th October 2014

    A new website has officially launched which aims to make the lives of Rotherham's children and young people with special educational needs and, or, disabilities and their families a lot easier.