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Directors of Public Health at three South Yorkshire local authorities have welcomed the announcement of new legislation to protect children in cars from tobacco smoke.
Salvation Army Trading Company Ltd (SATCoL) is appealing for volunteers to help in its charity shops in Conisbrough, Swinton and Wath-upon-Dearne. If your well-intended New Year’s resolutions are already long forgotten, becomin
MARGARET Coverdale spent the last 12 years of her life as a resident at Laydon Court care home in Rotherham.
KD Navien should promote the local economy and create high-value employment opportunities.
Many companies throughout the UK still aren’t taking mobile technology seriously. The potential is huge and if you’re looking to take your business mobile, there are many ways you and your firm could benefit.
If you suffer from snoring or are fed up at being kept awake by your partner’s nocturnal noises, joining your local Rock Choir could be the answer to uninterrupted sleep. Joining the nation’s favourite contemporary choir can help
Communities across Rotherham are being urged to report people selling illegal tobacco to children.
With more than a third of people expected to break their New Year’s resolutions by the end of the month, a warmth scheme is encouraging residents in Rotherham to ensure warmth and wellbeing is at the top of their list throughout 2
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Consumers from Yorkshire are feeling flush in the lead-up to Christmas with more than half of people admitting to shopping online whilst sat on the toilet. 54% of shoppers from across the county said they shop on the loo, proving