Council leader Sir Steve Houghton. Lessons on how to boil an egg offered Tuesday 29th July 2014 LESSONS on life skills like boiling an egg will be given to families as part of a new approach to tackle childhood obesity.
Police release e-fit Police release e-fit after attempted armed robbery Tuesday 29th July 2014 A WOMAN was threatened at knife-point by would-be robbers who demanded she hand over her dog during a terrifying attempted armed robbery.
Laura and Shane Cassidy Dad writes daughter's wedding song Tuesday 29th July 2014 IT'S the moment every bride can cherish for the rest of her life - but this bride's first dance was made extra special because her…
Cannon Hall Farm Farm celebrates with expansion plan Tuesday 29th July 2014 A BARNSLEY farm is celebrating 25 years in the tourism industry with a plan designed to make it the biggest and best farm park in…
Village refuses to give up planning fight Tuesday 29th July 2014 ANGRY parish councillors in Tankersley are refusing to give up their fight against plans for 76 new homes on farmland in the village.
Shaun Moreby at his damaged home Arson attack family overwhelmed by support Tuesday 29th July 2014 A FAMILY whose new £300,000 home was badly damaged in an arson attack say they have been overwhelmed by the support they have received since.
Historic finds have been unearthed at the Newcomen Beam Engine dig Historic finds unearthed in Elsecar Tuesday 29th July 2014 WORK to restore Elsecar's historic Newcomen beam engine is turning into Time Team - with some "wonderful" finds being uncovered.
The non-prom prom arranged by parents Mums step in to save kids prom night Tuesday 29th July 2014 A COUPLE of mums stepped into the breach and decided to organise a "non-prom prom" after their children were left heartbroken when told their school…
Simon Dillon Voluntary service commendation for Barnsley man Tuesday 29th July 2014 THE station manager of Cudworth fire station was invited to Buckingham Palace in recognition of his ten years' voluntary service for the British Red Cross.
NUM fuming over Raleys 'insult' Tuesday 29th July 2014 A BARNSLEY law firm that made more than £77 million from miners' compensation could be dropped by the NUM after calling its members 'thick'.