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Published on Thursday, 25th August 2016 in Children and family care news
Thousands of pupils are today celebrating after scooping great results across the borough for GCSEs.
Published on Thursday, 25th August 2016 in People and communities news
Inspections carried out by a team of young volunteers have started to show benefits and improvements at Rotherham Council.
Published on Thursday, 25th August 2016 in Libraries news
The August Bank Holiday weekend is almost here. Visitors can explore Rotherham’s rich history or discover a perfect book at various museums and libraries around the borough.
Published on Thursday, 25th August 2016 in Pest control news
Rotherham Council is warning dog owners to be on their guard following an incident where slug pellets were scattered in a local park.
Published on Thursday, 25th August 2016 in Private landlords - registration news
Rotherham Council received a boost to its efforts to drive up standards of private rented housing in the borough, with another successful prosecution last Thursday (August 18).
Published on Thursday, 25th August 2016 in Disabled people - parking permits - blue badge news
Two Rotherham men who used disabled parking blue badges belonging to deceased people have been fined by Rotherham Magistrates.
Published on Wednesday, 24th August 2016 in Clifton news
Rotherham panto fans are in for a real treat when Pop Idol and West End singing sensation Zoe Birkett stars in the 2016 pantomime Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs.
Published on Friday, 19th August 2016 in People and communities news
Big hearted Dinnington residents took part in a community clear up, collecting 12 bags of rubbish and a large television over one-and-a-half hours in the Doe Quarry Lane area recently.
Published on Friday, 19th August 2016 in Leisure and culture news
Rotherham’s biggest and most anticipated event in the calendar returns to Clifton Park for its 37th year on Saturday 10 and Sunday 11 September.
Published on Friday, 19th August 2016 in Commissioners news
Cllr Read, Leader of Rotherham Metropolitan Borough Council:
Published on Thursday, 18th August 2016 in Schools and education news
Hundreds of pupils across Rotherham have today scooped record A level results – as schools top last year’s performances.
Published on Wednesday, 17th August 2016 in Clifton news
Rotherham’s beautiful Clifton Park is celebrating after once more achieving a prestigious Green Flag award.
Published on Wednesday, 17th August 2016 in Parks and open spaces news
Visitors to Ulley Country Park are being challenged to take part in a new activity – finding all the “Green Men” in a new sculpture trail.
Published on Tuesday, 16th August 2016 in Leisure and culture news
Rotherham residents – particularly children, young people and parents – are being urged to be vigilant about the dangers of swimming in open water.
Published on Friday, 29th July 2016 in Libraries news
Since Pokémon Go launched this summer, various creatures have been appearing in Clifton Park and Museum - and visitors have been trying to catch 'em all!
Published on Friday, 29th July 2016 in Thorpe Hesley news
Motorists travelling through Kimberworth are being warned of potential delays as roadworks will be taking place from Monday (1 August).
Published on Thursday, 28th July 2016 in Leisure and culture news
If you've ever wanted to find out more about Rotherham’s historic Boston Castle and Park, now is your chance!
Published on Thursday, 28th July 2016 in Homes and property news
Rotherham Council is backing a new Government programme which will help under 40s get on the housing ladder, and local people are being urged to find out more.
Published on Wednesday, 27th July 2016 in Community safety news
Anti-hate crime messages are at the forefront of an art exhibition being hosted by the “Love is Louder” campaign in Rotherham.
Published on Tuesday, 26th July 2016 in Street parking - enforcement and fines news
Drivers in Rotherham are usually polite and considerate. However, sadly, a small minority of drivers react aggressively in the event that a parking ticket is issued.
Published on Friday, 22nd July 2016 in People and communities news
Rotherham Council has today launched the first phase of a suicide prevention campaign in an attempt to encourage men to speak out about suicide.
Published on Thursday, 21st July 2016 in Town Centre news
Visitors to Rotherham Markets will be greeted by an eye catching new entrance area when they call in to do their shopping.
Published on Thursday, 21st July 2016 in Dinnington news
Dinnington is set to become the first area in Rotherham to start developing its own Neighbourhood Plan.
Published on Wednesday, 20th July 2016 in Families news
Libraries across Rotherham launched the ‘Big Friendly Read’ Summer Reading Challenge on Saturday 16 July and there’s still time for children to join in.
Published on Wednesday, 20th July 2016 in Roads, parking and transport news
Alternative recommendations for HS2’s route and station proposals in South Yorkshire have been published by the Government.
Published on Tuesday, 19th July 2016 in Council and democracy news
Rotherham residents get the chance to have their say this week on how new powers to be given to the Sheffield City Region (SCR) should be used.
Published on Tuesday, 19th July 2016 in Business and investment news
Rotherham’s High Street has welcomed two new retailers – Maia Interiors and the Sweet Escape Dessert & Ice Cream Parlour.
Published on Tuesday, 19th July 2016 in Clifton news
Rotherham residents can journey back in time to the 1950s and 1960s Rock ‘n’ Roll era in Let’s Do It Again with The Revolvers at Rotherham Civic Theatre on Friday 29 July.
Published on Monday, 18th July 2016 in Health and wellbeing news
Rotherham Council is consulting on the future of public health services and wants to hear your views on what is important to you over the next five years.
Published on Monday, 18th July 2016 in Leisure and culture news
Find out more about the wonders of outer space this September as Rotherham’s Boston Castle holds an astronomical open day.
Published on Friday, 15th July 2016 in Advice and benefits news
Rotherham Council is continuing to provide temporary accommodation and facilities to enable Laser Credit Union to offer limited services to its customers from Riverside House.
Published on Friday, 15th July 2016 in Children and family care news
Foster carers are set to benefit from a raft of changes in a bid to help the borough increase the number of carers in town.
Published on Wednesday, 13th July 2016 in Environment and planning news
Rotherham Council has announced plans to buy 24 long-term derelict properties to refurbish and let as Council homes.
Published on Wednesday, 13th July 2016 in Equality and diversity news
Crafty people across the borough have their hands full this week as they continue preparations for the launch of the Love Is Louder artbomb project next Monday July 18.
Published on Wednesday, 13th July 2016 in Leisure and culture news
Rotherham Town Centre and Clifton Park will be buzzing this summer with some great free activities during July and August as 'A Slice of Summer Fun' returns for its second year.
Published on Tuesday, 12th July 2016 in Bins, rubbish and recycling news
A partnership which is revolutionising the treatment of household waste has scooped a prestigious national award in the same week the waste treatment facility at Manvers celebrated its first birthday.
Published on Thursday, 7th July 2016 in Planning and regeneration news
Rotherham Council is proposing to develop a Masterplan which will provide further details on how the Town Centre will be developed in the next five to ten years.
Published on Wednesday, 6th July 2016 in Taxis and minicabs news
In the week which sees cameras installed in most Rotherham taxis Rotherham Council talks about the changes being made and how to report concerns if you think the regulations are not being met.
Published on Wednesday, 6th July 2016 in Help for adults news
People who need intermediate health and social care in Rotherham will have access to more beds under plans being considered by Rotherham Council next week.
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