Councillors to consider plans to improve look and feel of town centre
Major improvements to the appearance, layout and safety of Rotherham Town Centre are set to get the go ahead by Rotherham Council’s Cabinet at its meeting on 23 December.
Low-paid care workers to get a pay rise as part of social value plan
Frontline care workers in Rotherham are set to get a pay rise - a major victory for Rotherham Council's new social value policy - giving a boost to the local economy and nearly 1,000 low paid workers.
Hotel prosecuted for Health and Safety Offences
A Rotherham hotel has been prosecuted for breaches of health and safety legislation.
Munsbrough fly-tipper fined
A fly-tipper has been ordered by Sheffield Magistrates Court to pay in excess of £1000 after admitting to depositing a car bumper in Munsbrough.
Neighbourhood road safety schemes set to be given green light
Work on 15 new Neighbourhood Road Safety schemes across Rotherham is set to get the immediate go ahead.
Bakery prosecuted for food hygiene offences
A bakery in Rotherham has been successfully prosecuted for food hygiene offences.
Councillors to consider Rawmarsh Community School expansion to meet demand for places
Rotherham Council is set to part-fund a project that will see the creation of 150 extra school places at Rawmarsh Community School to meet growing demand.
Plans for improvements to Rotherham taxi regulations
Rotherham Council is set to consult on changes to its current taxi licensing policy to ensure licensed drivers, vehicles and operators in the borough continues to be of the highest standard.
There’s still time to renew your garden waste service
Time is running out for residents who wish to save money on their garden waste collection subscription.
Fast 4s taxi owner’s operator licence revoked
The owner of Fast 4s taxi service has had his operating licence revoked, following a decision by Rotherham Council’s Licensing Committee.