A search is underway for 30-year-old Rotherham man Danny Fellow. Police say they are concerned for his safety and welfare and are asking anyone who has seen him or knows where he is to contact them.
Mr Fellow, who is also known as ‘Batty’, was last seen on the A633 in Parkgate at around 8pm last night. (Tuesday)
He is around 5ft 10ins tall, slim, with short fair hair. He was wearing a blue Umbro top, beige jogging bottoms and blue Nike trainers.
Hundreds of steelworkers from across the country are marching through London later to highlight the crisis in their industry.
They are demanding the Government ensures the responsible sale of Tata Steel's UK assets - which affects up to 2,000 jobs in South Yorkshire.
It comes ahead of a meeting between Tata Steel board members in Mumbai to draw up a shortlist of potential buyers. Business Secretary Sajid Javid and Welsh First Minsiter Carwyn Jones have also travelled to the Indian city for talks.
As negotiations continue, workers from steel plants across the UK will march through central London to keep up the pressure on the company and the government.
TUC General Secretary Frances O'Grady will criticise Chinese steel dumping at today's event.
Chinese steel dumping is wrecking the British steel industry. Thousands of jobs and whole communities are under threat, but the Government still supports giving China special market access.
The United States has sensibly levied serious tariffs to stop Chinese steel dumping. We should do the same. Market economy access for China is the last thing British steelworkers need. The Government must reverse course.
Sheffield-born footballer Jamie Vardy is set to wed his fiancee Becky Nicholson in a lavish ceremony today.
A number of the 29-year-old striker's current and former teammates will be at the wedding at Peckforton Castle, in Cheshire.
Vardy, whose team Leicester City won the Premier League title, has been named Football Writer Association’s Footballer of the Year and the Barclays Premier League Player of the Season.
University lecturers across our region are set to begin a two-day national walkout today in an ongoing row over pay.
The strike has been called by the University and College Union (UCU).
Further industrial action will see staff working to contract from this point, which includes refusing to work overtime, set additional work or undertake voluntary tasks such as covering for colleagues.
The move is likely to cause disruption on campuses around the country.
A hearing takes place in London today ahead of the inquests into the deaths of 30 Britons in a terrorist attack in Tunisia.
Six people from our region were among those killed when a gunman opened fire on a beach near the town of Sousse last June.
The inquests are scheduled for 2017.
Police have arrested four people, three men and a woman, on suspicion of drugs production following a raid at a property in Rotherham.
Police, fire, ambulance and council officers were involved in the operation on Broom Valley Road in Broom this morning.
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Crimestoppers is offering a reward of up to £10,000 for any information leading to the arrest and conviction of those responsible for the murder of 80-year-old Tommy Ward.
Mr Ward was attacked in his home in Maltby, near Rotherham, and his life savings stolen last year. His attackers broke in between 7pm on September 30th and 6:45am the following morning.
He was treated at Rotherham Hospital but died five months later due to the injuries sustained during the attack .
The images of Tommy following his ordeal left a lump in my throat when I think what he went through at the hands of these thugs.
This could have been your relative, you grandfather who went through this. That is why I'm asking that if anyone has any information on the individuals who did this, to make sure it doesn't happen again and contact Crimestoppers anonymously.
A man has been arrested on suspicion of drugs production following a police raid at a property in Rotherham.
Police, fire, ambulance and council officers were involved in the operation earlier this morning in Broom. They say chemicals were found and they're now being analysed. A cordon is still in place at the scene but there is not thought to be any risk to the wider community.