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New council chairman vows to put party politics aside

30 June 2020
New council chairman vows to put party politics aside

New council chairman vows to put party politics aside

30 June 2020

The new chairman of Rutland County Council said it was a great honour to take up the post.


New website will boost business in Deepings

30 June 2020
New website will boost business in Deepings

New website will boost business in Deepings

30 June 2020

Business owners in the Deepings area will receive a boost after a new, locally-funded website went live.


'The work these charities do makes a huge difference'

29 June 2020
'The work these charities do makes a huge difference'

'The work these charities do makes a huge difference'

29 June 2020

More than £150,000 has been secured by Lincolnshire’s police and crime commissioner (PCC) for domestic abuse charities.


'It's the stuff of miracles'

29 June 2020
'It's the stuff of miracles'

'It's the stuff of miracles'

29 June 2020

A teenager seriously injured in a 25ft fall has awoken from his coma and is asking his family when he can return home.


Escaped python Rolo found safe and well

29 June 2020
Escaped python Rolo found safe and well

Escaped python Rolo found safe and well

29 June 2020

An escaped python has been found safe and sound in his owner’s front garden.


Pigeons make unwelcome deposits at bank

29 June 2020
Pigeons make unwelcome deposits at bank

Pigeons make unwelcome deposits at bank

29 June 2020

A bank in Bourne has been dealing with some unwelcome deposits - from the local pigeons.


Villagers urged to keep eye out for escaped python

27 June 2020
Villagers urged to keep eye out for escaped python

Villagers urged to keep eye out for escaped python

27 June 2020

A large snake is on the loose in a village after it escaped from its tank and slithered out an open window.


Man admits drug dealing after police raid

26 June 2020
Man admits drug dealing after police raid

Man admits drug dealing after police raid

26 June 2020

A man has admitted drug dealing and possession of criminal property following a raid at a home in Deeping St James.


'She will be greatly missed by so many people'

26 June 2020
'She will be greatly missed by so many people'

'She will be greatly missed by so many people'

26 June 2020

A couple who were close friends of Mayor Maxine Couch have paid tribute to her.


Firefighters deal with fuel leak

26 June 2020
Firefighters deal with fuel leak

Firefighters deal with fuel leak

26 June 2020

Firefighters were called on to deal with a fuel leak in Stamford as temperatures soared.


Sad day as clothes store shuts after 83 years serving community

25 June 2020
Sad day as clothes store shuts after 83 years serving community

Sad day as clothes store shuts after 83 years serving community

25 June 2020

A clothes store in Bourne is closing down after more than 80 years at the heart of the community.


Police respond to reports of man with knife

25 June 2020
Police respond to reports of man with knife

Police respond to reports of man with knife

25 June 2020

A man has been arrested on suspicion of carrying a knife in Oakham.


'It's not what we were hoping for in our first year of marriage!'

25 June 2020
'It's not what we were hoping for in our first year of marriage!'

'It's not what we were hoping for in our first year of marriage!'

25 June 2020

Everything was going swimmingly for Damon Le Geyt - he’d married the love of his life and his business was soaring.


Jack's family warns other children against playing on derelict building sites

22 June 2020
Jack's family warns other children against playing on derelict building sites

Jack's family warns other children against playing on derelict building sites

22 June 2020

The family of a schoolboy who fell 25ft through a barn roof have warned other children about the perils of playing in derelict buildings.


'Where are the traffic wardens?' say fed-up parking permit holders

22 June 2020
'Where are the traffic wardens?' say fed-up parking permit holders

'Where are the traffic wardens?' say fed-up parking permit holders

22 June 2020

There aren’t many people who relish the sight of a traffic warden - but residents in one area of Stamford can’t wait to see one.


Family of roof fall teen 'so grateful' to community and NHS

20 June 2020
Family of roof fall teen 'so grateful' to community and NHS

Family of roof fall teen 'so grateful' to community and NHS

20 June 2020

The family of Jack Osborne have thanked the Bourne community and NHS staff for their “love and support”.


Nurse struck off after string of blunders

19 June 2020
Nurse struck off after string of blunders

Nurse struck off after string of blunders

19 June 2020

A nurse offered to make a cup of tea instead of raising the alarm when a vulnerable care home resident began to lose consciousness.


RAF cycle club raises cash to help vulnerable veterans

19 June 2020
RAF cycle club raises cash to help vulnerable veterans

RAF cycle club raises cash to help vulnerable veterans

19 June 2020

An air force cycling club has raised £2,000 to help vulnerable veterans living in isolation and poverty during the coronavirus pandemic.


Roof fall teen Jack 'slowly winning fight for life'

19 June 2020
Roof fall teen Jack 'slowly winning fight for life'

Roof fall teen Jack 'slowly winning fight for life'

19 June 2020

A teenager who was critically injured after falling 25ft through a barn roof is slowly winning his fight for life.


Veteran pilot's medal from the Russian government

18 June 2020
Veteran pilot's medal from the Russian government

Veteran pilot's medal from the Russian government

18 June 2020

A veteran pilot who protected the Arctic Convoys in the Second World War has received a special medal from the Russian government.


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