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Maddy Baillie joined Iliffe Media Publishing in 2019 as an editorial apprentice for the Rutland and Stamford Mercury. In 2020 she became a trainee reporter for the Rutland and Stamford Mercury. In 2022, she qualified as a senior reporter.

Revealed: How much MPs claim on expenses

28 May 2024
Revealed: How much MPs claim on expenses

Revealed: How much MPs claim on expenses

28 May 2024

New figures have revealed how much our MPs have claimed on expenses.

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Striking artwork calling to save the children in conflict goes global

28 May 2024
Striking artwork calling to save the children in conflict goes global

Striking artwork calling to save the children in conflict goes global

28 May 2024

A father-of-two has set out to raise £10,000 for children affected by war.


Family home is spacious and full of character

25 May 2024
Family home is spacious and full of character

Family home is spacious and full of character

25 May 2024

A high-quality countryside home with character is on the market.


‘We need to make sure it never happens again’ - remembering victims of railway tragedy

24 May 2024
‘We need to make sure it never happens again’ - remembering victims of railway tragedy

‘We need to make sure it never happens again’ - remembering victims of railway tragedy

24 May 2024

Railway workers who lost their lives in an explosion are being remembered on the centenary of the tragedy.


Prime Minister calls on councils to fix potholes properly

23 May 2024
Prime Minister calls on councils to fix potholes properly

Prime Minister calls on councils to fix potholes properly

23 May 2024

The Prime Minister has called on councils to use high quality materials when fixing potholes.


Council accused of hiding plans for Gypsy and Traveller site

23 May 2024
Council accused of hiding plans for Gypsy and Traveller site

Council accused of hiding plans for Gypsy and Traveller site

23 May 2024

A council is being accused of subterfuge after plans for a Gypsy and Traveller site were stumbled upon by village residents.

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Can you solve mystery of missing banner?

22 May 2024
Can you solve mystery of missing banner?

Can you solve mystery of missing banner?

22 May 2024

Members of an arts society are on the hunt for a missing banner and are blaming yobs for cutting it down.

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GP surgery incentive branded ‘too good to be true’

22 May 2024
GP surgery incentive branded ‘too good to be true’

GP surgery incentive branded ‘too good to be true’

22 May 2024

Plans to build hundreds of homes on land previously earmarked for employment use have divided opinion.


Weather warning in place for three days as Met Office warns of heavy rain

21 May 2024
Weather warning in place for three days as Met Office warns of heavy rain

Weather warning in place for three days as Met Office warns of heavy rain

21 May 2024

The Met Office has warned wet weather could cause disruption as three days of heavy rain are forecast.


Pensioner targeted after withdrawing cash from bank

21 May 2024
Pensioner targeted after withdrawing cash from bank

Pensioner targeted after withdrawing cash from bank

21 May 2024

A man in his 80s was targeted after he withdrew money from a cash machine.


Have you seen this man?

21 May 2024
Have you seen this man?

Have you seen this man?

21 May 2024

Police are asking for help to track down a man wanted in connection with thefts.


‘We are incredibly lucky - this could have destroyed our business’

21 May 2024
‘We are incredibly lucky - this could have destroyed our business’

‘We are incredibly lucky - this could have destroyed our business’

21 May 2024

A relieved couple have thanked the ‘incredible’ firefighters who saved their salon business.


Ancient tradition revived

20 May 2024
Ancient tradition revived

Ancient tradition revived

20 May 2024

An ancient tradition was brought back to life as part of plans to unite a village.


Police called to railway tracks

20 May 2024
Police called to railway tracks

Police called to railway tracks

20 May 2024

A report of a person on railway tracks led to an emergency response.


D-Day veteran is first to receive commemorative poppy

20 May 2024
D-Day veteran is first to receive commemorative poppy

D-Day veteran is first to receive commemorative poppy

20 May 2024

A county’s only surviving D-Day veteran was the first to be presented with a commemorative poppy.


Challenge raises funds for community pantry

20 May 2024
Challenge raises funds for community pantry

Challenge raises funds for community pantry

20 May 2024

Employees at a town business completed a 24-mile trek to raise money for a community pantry.


Artist reaches ‘pinnacle’ of his career

20 May 2024
Artist reaches ‘pinnacle’ of his career

Artist reaches ‘pinnacle’ of his career

20 May 2024

An artist who was commissioned to paint for the lord mayor of London has described it as the ‘pinnacle’ of his career.


Mill garden opens for charity

20 May 2024
Mill garden opens for charity

Mill garden opens for charity

20 May 2024

The owners of a historic mill, set in a village which was devastated by flooding, will open their garden.


‘We need your support more than ever’

20 May 2024
‘We need your support more than ever’

‘We need your support more than ever’

20 May 2024

Swimmers will be able to enjoy their first dip of the season at an outdoor pool this bank holiday weekend.


Stunning home is full of character

19 May 2024
Stunning home is full of character

Stunning home is full of character

19 May 2024

An ironstone family home with a secret room and its own water well has gone on the market.


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