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Suzanne Moon became the news editor of the Rutland and Stamford Mercury, the Bourne Local and the Rutland Times in 2019, having previously held the role for the Mercury.

Opinions wanted on plan to bring back wild bears and wolves

28 February 2024
Opinions wanted on plan to bring back wild bears and wolves

Opinions wanted on plan to bring back wild bears and wolves

28 February 2024

Details of a proposed wildlife park with bears, wolves and lynx will go on show in the coming days.


What might happen if Rutland Water dam burst?

27 February 2024
What might happen if Rutland Water dam burst?

What might happen if Rutland Water dam burst?

27 February 2024

Experts have mapped out a scenario we hope would never arise.


Driver who caused death crash had young family in car

26 February 2024
Driver who caused death crash had young family in car

Driver who caused death crash had young family in car

26 February 2024

A father who killed a man in a crash and left members of his own family injured has been jailed.


Service brings people shoulder-to-shoulder with Ukraine

26 February 2024
Service brings people shoulder-to-shoulder with Ukraine

Service brings people shoulder-to-shoulder with Ukraine

26 February 2024

An open-air service to mark the second anniversary of the Russian invasion of Ukraine attracted about a hundred people.


‘Loud bang’ as Mini crashed

26 February 2024
‘Loud bang’ as Mini crashed

‘Loud bang’ as Mini crashed

26 February 2024

A man has been arrested on suspicion of drink driving after a Mini crashed into three parked cars.


Police chief’s gross misconduct hearing will be in private

26 February 2024
Police chief’s gross misconduct hearing will be in private

Police chief’s gross misconduct hearing will be in private

26 February 2024

Allegations of a chief constable committing gross misconduct will be heard in private.


Blond-haired Harry brings big smiles

25 February 2024
Blond-haired Harry brings big smiles

Blond-haired Harry brings big smiles

25 February 2024

A miniature horse called Harry made sure there were no long faces to be seen.


CT scanners will detect defects for RAF

25 February 2024
CT scanners will detect defects for RAF

CT scanners will detect defects for RAF

25 February 2024

Technicians from RAF Wittering have become the first armed forces personnel in the UK to qualify in a form of 3D scanning.


Pub is named people’s favourite

25 February 2024
Pub is named people’s favourite

Pub is named people’s favourite

25 February 2024

A town pub has been voted the winner in a competition run by real ale drinkers.


‘I’m running rain or shine for my dad, Mick’

24 February 2024
‘I’m running rain or shine for my dad, Mick’

‘I’m running rain or shine for my dad, Mick’

24 February 2024

A daughter has taken on a running challenge to support research into pancreatic cancer.


Teens offered a taste of the high life

23 February 2024
Teens offered a taste of the high life

Teens offered a taste of the high life

23 February 2024

Would-be air cadets can discover real-world ways to lead an exciting life.


Council bins policy of rejecting ‘contaminated’ recycling

21 February 2024
Council bins policy of rejecting ‘contaminated’ recycling

Council bins policy of rejecting ‘contaminated’ recycling

21 February 2024

Wheelie bins will be emptied by a council, even if residents put the wrong rubbish inside.

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Town to host huge event for a small-scale world

21 February 2024
Town to host huge event for a small-scale world

Town to host huge event for a small-scale world

21 February 2024

Tiny tanks, dinky airliners and miniaturised railway scenes are on their way to a life-sized show.


‘Old men should not wear shorts’

19 February 2024
‘Old men should not wear shorts’

‘Old men should not wear shorts’

19 February 2024

A former English teacher will be reading from his first book at a Pint of Poetry evening.


Drivers stuck in five-mile jam after incident

16 February 2024
Drivers stuck in five-mile jam after incident

Drivers stuck in five-mile jam after incident

16 February 2024

People are facing delays on the A1 between Stamford and Grantham.


Home is helping to make food donations

16 February 2024
Home is helping to make food donations

Home is helping to make food donations

16 February 2024

People are being encouraged to use a care home as a collection point for charity food donations.


Summer spectacular set to return – and you could be there for free

16 February 2024
Summer spectacular set to return – and you could be there for free

Summer spectacular set to return – and you could be there for free

16 February 2024

We’re giving away four pairs of tickets to a popular summer concert.


Which village is the brainiest?

15 February 2024
Which village is the brainiest?

Which village is the brainiest?

15 February 2024

People from the area’s villages are being invited to pit their wits against one another at a quiz.


Challenge will bring muddy good fun and food

15 February 2024
Challenge will bring muddy good fun and food

Challenge will bring muddy good fun and food

15 February 2024

An event that promises lashings of custard – and mud – is being prepared for action.


Big boost for town’s blooms

15 February 2024
Big boost for town’s blooms

Big boost for town’s blooms

15 February 2024

A town will be bursting with colour this year thanks to a well-received whip-round.


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