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A stolen banner, stray sewage and school parking: your letters this week

26 May 2024
A stolen banner, stray sewage and school parking: your letters this week

A stolen banner, stray sewage and school parking: your letters this week

26 May 2024

Readers have had plenty to say on what’s in the news.

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A treasure trove of wonders awaits

26 May 2024
A treasure trove of wonders awaits

A treasure trove of wonders awaits

26 May 2024

Sicily is a treasure trove of wonders waiting to be explored, says travel expert Lynne Page.


Leader looks back over political year so far

26 May 2024
Leader looks back over political year so far

Leader looks back over political year so far

26 May 2024

May is the month when councils hold their annual council meetings and Rutland is no exception.


‘Strategy disappointing after two year wait’

26 May 2024
‘Strategy disappointing after two year wait’

‘Strategy disappointing after two year wait’

26 May 2024

Strategy disapppointing after two year wait, says lead of the opposition.

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A few days of sunny weather meant an opportunity to see wildlife

25 May 2024
A few days of sunny weather meant an opportunity to see wildlife

A few days of sunny weather meant an opportunity to see wildlife

25 May 2024

Nature was quick to take advantage of a break after months of relentless rain.


‘Council services have never been so vital’

25 May 2024
‘Council services have never been so vital’

‘Council services have never been so vital’

25 May 2024

Council services have never been so vital and we continue to achieve a huge amount, says county council leader.

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Flags and bunting and shop windows competed for ‘the best window’

25 May 2024
Flags and bunting and shop windows competed for ‘the best window’

Flags and bunting and shop windows competed for ‘the best window’

25 May 2024

Coronations were celebrated with flags and bunting and shop windows competed for ‘the best window’.


How you can support Citizens Advice

19 May 2024
How you can support Citizens Advice

How you can support Citizens Advice

19 May 2024

Citizens Advice South Lincolnshire has shared details of upcoming events.


Town’s Poppy Appeal raised more than £50,000

19 May 2024
Town’s Poppy Appeal raised more than £50,000

Town’s Poppy Appeal raised more than £50,000

19 May 2024

The organiser of a town Poppy Appeal reflects on the 2023 season.


Famous actress opened fete in aid of the Red Cross in 1944

18 May 2024
Famous actress opened fete in aid of the Red Cross in 1944

Famous actress opened fete in aid of the Red Cross in 1944

18 May 2024

In 1944 actress Judy Campbell returned to her parent’s home to open a fête to raise money for the Red Cross prisoner of war fund.


Impact of flooding still felt daily for farmers

18 May 2024
Impact of flooding still felt daily for farmers

Impact of flooding still felt daily for farmers

18 May 2024

The impact of flooding is still felt daily, says an MP, which is why she’s raising it with ministers.


‘Midwives build a relationship with women and families, from start to finish’

18 May 2024
‘Midwives build a relationship with women and families, from start to finish’

‘Midwives build a relationship with women and families, from start to finish’

18 May 2024

A ULHT midwife talks of her love for the job.


‘Being a councillor at any level is a major commitment and requires sacrifice’

12 May 2024
‘Being a councillor at any level is a major commitment and requires sacrifice’

‘Being a councillor at any level is a major commitment and requires sacrifice’

12 May 2024

As a new town council is elected, the district leader reflects on the commitment elected members at every level must demonstrate.


Frederick Fisher opened his photographic business on the High Street in 1854.

12 May 2024
Frederick Fisher opened his photographic business on the High Street in 1854.

Frederick Fisher opened his photographic business on the High Street in 1854.

12 May 2024

Frederick Fisher opened his photographic business on the High Street in 1854.


‘Compassion, care and willingness to listen got us elected’

11 May 2024
‘Compassion, care and willingness to listen got us elected’

‘Compassion, care and willingness to listen got us elected’

11 May 2024

Grantham Independent Steve Cunnington reflects on the decision by Greens councillor Patsy Ellis to stand down from her party.

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How to retrofit your home

11 May 2024
How to retrofit your home

How to retrofit your home

11 May 2024

Many people are considering how they can reduce the carbon emissions from living in their home, but don’t know where to start.


If you’ve been inspired by Race Across The World to plan your own adventure?

11 May 2024
If you’ve been inspired by Race Across The World to plan your own adventure?

If you’ve been inspired by Race Across The World to plan your own adventure?

11 May 2024

Our travel columnist shares her tips if you’ve been inspired by the BBC show Race Across the World.


How can you be an advocate for your nervous dog?

05 May 2024
How can you be an advocate for your nervous dog?

How can you be an advocate for your nervous dog?

05 May 2024

A pet experts writes how you can be an advocate for your nervous dog.


‘Shoplifting is on the rise even in the safest of communities’

05 May 2024
‘Shoplifting is on the rise even in the safest of communities’

‘Shoplifting is on the rise even in the safest of communities’

05 May 2024

Retail crimes are on the rise but the Government is taking preventative measures, the MP says.

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Detached home offers countryside views

04 May 2024
Detached home offers countryside views

Detached home offers countryside views

04 May 2024

A four-bedroom home with countryside views has gone on the market.


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