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Why I voted ‘no’ on school meals plan

01 November 2020
Why I voted ‘no’ on school meals plan

Why I voted ‘no’ on school meals plan

01 November 2020

Rutland MP Alicia Kearns (Con) explains in her regular column why she voted no on a plan to provide free school meals during half-term breaks.


Character-filled family home is on the market

01 November 2020
Character-filled family home is on the market

Character-filled family home is on the market

01 November 2020

A superb, substantial, five bedroom family home set on a private plot of about half an acre has gone on the market.


'Pack leader is an out of date idea'

01 November 2020
'Pack leader is an out of date idea'

'Pack leader is an out of date idea'

01 November 2020

Animal expert Karen Wild discusses pack leaders in her latest column.


Coronavirus: England’s new lockdown rules at a glance - your questions answered

31 October 2020
Coronavirus: England’s new lockdown rules at a glance - your questions answered

Coronavirus: England’s new lockdown rules at a glance - your questions answered

31 October 2020

Find out what will close and what will and will not be allowed.


PM confirms second Covid lockdown

31 October 2020
PM confirms second Covid lockdown

PM confirms second Covid lockdown

31 October 2020

A month-long coronavirus lockdown for England has been confirmed by Boris Johnson in a bid to curb the rise in coronavirus cases.


'Month-long lockdown starts on Thursday'

31 October 2020
'Month-long lockdown starts on Thursday'

'Month-long lockdown starts on Thursday'

31 October 2020

The country will live under a Tier 4 coronavirus lockdown beginning on Thursday and lasting until December, the PM is expected to announce.


Solicitor answers your legal questions

31 October 2020
Solicitor answers your legal questions

Solicitor answers your legal questions

31 October 2020

A legal expert has answers on when the ‘Bank of Mum and Dad’ should get their money back.


'Health bosses needs to affirm their commitment to primary care in town'

31 October 2020
'Health bosses needs to affirm their commitment to primary care in town'

'Health bosses needs to affirm their commitment to primary care in town'

31 October 2020

Gareth Davies MP discusses the proposed closure of St Mary's Medical Centre in Stamford in his latest column.


National lockdown restrictions 'could be imposed next week'

30 October 2020
National lockdown restrictions 'could be imposed next week'

National lockdown restrictions 'could be imposed next week'

30 October 2020

Prime Minister Boris Johnson is preparing to introduce national lockdown restrictions from next Wednesday, it was reported tonight.


Pensioner stole thousands of pounds from parish councils

30 October 2020
Pensioner stole thousands of pounds from parish councils

Pensioner stole thousands of pounds from parish councils

30 October 2020

A parish clerk has been sentenced for stealing money from five different councils.


Woman admits burglary three months after being released from prison

28 October 2020
Woman admits burglary three months after being released from prison

Woman admits burglary three months after being released from prison

28 October 2020

A woman has admitted burgling a home just three months after she was released from prison following previous burglaries in South Witham and Stamford.


'As it gets colder keep your dog active'

25 October 2020
'As it gets colder keep your dog active'

'As it gets colder keep your dog active'

25 October 2020

Animal expert Karen Wild discusses how to keep your dog active in autumn and winter.


Is your dog a good or bad influencer?

19 October 2020
Is your dog a good or bad influencer?

Is your dog a good or bad influencer?

19 October 2020

Behaviour expert Karen Wild looks at whether some pets are born to be naughty... or good.


'Restrictions are frustrating but we have a responsibility to follow rules'

17 October 2020
'Restrictions are frustrating but we have a responsibility to follow rules'

'Restrictions are frustrating but we have a responsibility to follow rules'

17 October 2020

In the last four weeks, the number of Covid patients admitted to intensive care across the country has quadruple, writes Rutland MP Alicia Kearns.


The search engine which doesn't track your movements

16 October 2020
The search engine which doesn't track your movements

The search engine which doesn't track your movements

16 October 2020

A search engine is promising not to track your data or online movements as it seeks to secure a slice of a lucrative market.


Finding new ways of coping with Covid-19

10 October 2020
Finding new ways of coping with Covid-19

Finding new ways of coping with Covid-19

10 October 2020

Lincolnshire County Council leader Martin Hill (Con) reflects on the way the county is coping with the pandemic.


Oakham pub shuts after staff member gets Covid-19

09 October 2020
Oakham pub shuts after staff member gets Covid-19

Oakham pub shuts after staff member gets Covid-19

09 October 2020

An Oakham pub has closed its doors today (Friday, October 9) after a staff member tested positive for Covid-19.


Better bus service to link market towns

09 October 2020
Better bus service to link market towns

Better bus service to link market towns

09 October 2020

An area transport operator is making one of its routes more frequent later this month.


Investigation into golf buggy death was ‘poor’

08 October 2020
Investigation into golf buggy death was ‘poor’

Investigation into golf buggy death was ‘poor’

08 October 2020

A police investigation into the accidental death of a man who was hit by a golf buggy has been labelled ‘poor’ and 'slow' by a senior officer.


Advice from a legal expert

05 October 2020
Advice from a legal expert

Advice from a legal expert

05 October 2020

Family law solicitor Pavinder Khela answers questions on whether you need a lawyer to sort out a financial settlement on separation or divorce.


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