A pet refuge says it is managing to stay afloat but is continuing to appeal for support as more animals are brought in.
The enterprising, hardworking shopkeepers in our towns have helped fuel our local economy, writes MP Gareth Davies.
Since the coronavirus lockdown began high streets have taken on the air of a ghost town, but that is all set to change.
A number of tennis clubs have implemented new restrictions to ensure players and staff are kept safe.
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Changes allow firms to bring back its staff on a part-time basis from July on the condition businesses contribute to salaries from August.
Three men have been arrested on suspicion of theft of fuel from a lorry on the A1.
Animal behaviour expert Karen Wild writes on cats' needs and ever-g likes and dislikes.
A hospice that supports children in Rutland has teamed up with a company to launch a limited edition t-shirt to raise vital funds.
A husband and wife are retiring from teaching without the chance to say goodbye in person.
Harrison and Dunn hardware store reopened both its branches to customers this week.
An animal-lover is keen to reunite a lost and injured cat with its owner.
A man who goes ‘above and beyond’ to help those in need, both during and before lockdown, is our Citizen of the Week.
The owner of an historic hotel in Stamford has spoken of the impact the cancellation of the Burghley Horse Trials will have on the town.
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History will be made when SpaceX Falcon 9 is launched from the Kennedy Space Centre in Florida, this is how to watch.
Government advice posters have been published, hoping to keep workplaces safe when they reopen.
Stables and yards can now gradually reopen as a result of changes in lockdown rules - enabling some children to also now resume their riding lessons.
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A dog rescue charity and an animal lover have found themselves in a win-win situation from a lottery.
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A rehoming event for hens is taking place in Collyweston this weekend.
A non-league football enthusiast has written a book about a historic football league that includes many of the area’s clubs.
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Natural Bourne Runners organise a 24-hour virtual event to raise funds for two charities.
Attractive clash is among a number of developments being worked on by the Borderville-based scheme.
Burghley Park forced to make 'inevitable decision' over this year's event.
Marathon exploits have raised nearly £2,500 for mental health charity.
The Land Rover Burghley Horse Trials has been cancelled for the first time in its history due to the coronavirus outbreak.
Easson moves into management as joint Uppingham boss.
Chairman aims to develop the club on and off the pitch to realise the ambition of progressing higher in the football pyramid.
When the lockdown was announced aspiring dancer Annmarie Saxton-Howes was devastated.
A children’s tutor with a brilliant eye for animation has launched a new retro comic.
Members of an amateur dramatics group are on cloud nine after swapping video messages with Broadway performers.
A portrait of national hero Captain Tom Moore now has pride of place on the wall of a GP surgery.
A new poet laureate has been selected for Stamford following online auditions by seven talented candidates.
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The peak of a meteor showers could see up to 50 an hour zoom across our skies, while the year's third consecutive supermoon will also appear.
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This stunning family home, which provides substantial space in a village location, has gone on the market.