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23 October 2014
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Rotherham United chairman Tony Stewart wants to push ahead with developing the New York Stadium site by tackling the former Guest & Chrimes building. But should the historic foundry be demolished.
Doncaster Council plans to introduce charges for Mexborough's free multi-storey car park from November. It says the proceeds will fund maintenance and improvements. Do you agree with the move?
Teachers in Rotherham are striking today over pay, conditions and workloads. Do you support this action?
Do you think it was right for disgraced ex-Rotherham MP Denis MacShane to be released from jail after serving six weeks of a six-month sentence?
Do you agree with plans to save almost £2 million by closing 13 children's centres?
Rotherham Council is considering plans to allow cycling in the town centre's pedestrianised areas. Do you agree with the idea?
Will you be taking part in this year's events to commemorate the 30th anniversary of the Miners' Strike?
Rotherham Council wants landlords to pay £600 to £700 for a licence for each rental house they let out. Do you agree with the move?
Highways chiefs are proposing reducing the speed limit on Rotherham's stretch of the M1 to 60mph. Do you think this is a good idea?
Denis MacShane has been jailed for six months for expenses fraud. Do you agree with the sentence?
Rotherham's three MPs are in line for an 11 per cent pay rise worth £7,600 from 2015. Do you think they should accept it?
Rotherham's town centre team is trying to tempt Christmas shoppers with free Saturday parking and festive events like with the Victorian market this weekend. Where will you be doing your shopping?
Former MP Denis MacShane has admitted fraudulently claiming almost £13,000 in expenses. Do you think he should be jailed when sentenced next month?
Will you be visiting Rotherham town centre this Christmas because of the free Saturday parking offer?
Were Maltby Town Council right to scrap the bonfire from their November 5 celebrations due to the £2,400 cost of hiring a company to run the event and buy in "clean" wood?
Police have moved to reassure people that Rotherham is still a safe place to live despite recent sex attacks and stabbings. Do you still feel safe?
Sheffield has announced it will spend £900,000 on running a stage of the Tour de France. If Rotherham had been on the route, do you think the council should have paid to host the event:
Do you agree with teachers striking this week over changes to pay and pensions?
Do you think Aldi should be allowed to open a new store in Swallownest
Critics thought the CSE inquiry may not go far enough, but is it in fact too wide to provide the necessary results?
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