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Citizens Advice answers your question about job interviews and wages.
In our letter of the week, a woman from Oakham praises the move by a private school to change to mixed-sex classes.
Rutland MP Alicia Kearns speaks out ahead of the second stage of consultation on a solar farm development.
In this week's Mercury Memories, a teenager got tangled in church bell ropes - this and other news articles from up to 200 years ago.
To mark the 10th anniversary year of Stamford having its own poet laureate, this year two poets have been appointed.
Baston animal behaviourist Karen Wild shares her advice on pet insurance.
More than 300 refugees from the war in Ukraine are now making new lives in Lincolnshire – and 10 times that number could eventually settle here.
A café has regained its five-star hygiene status.
A man aims to catapult his popular gymnastics club to another level with the help from the community and businesses.
A town's last bank will close by the end of the year.
Police say they hope the community can take 'reassurance and confidence' from their operation to catch a paedophile.
A car park was closed after travellers moved on to Rutland Water nature reserve.
A man who admitted a string of sexual offences after being caught by a "decoy" at a church was today (Friday) jailed for four years and eight months.
A 70-year-old man has been handed a suspended sentence for fly-tipping.
A man who has turned his life around has set up a YouTube channel to break the mental health stigma.
A second 'annual' meeting of Stamford Lakeside Patient Participation Group will take place next month.
A man who survived a cardiac arrest thanks to the fast actions of those around him wants defibrillators to be more readily available.
Contractors working on the resurfacing of Red Lion Square in Stamford have come across a problem that may delay the entire project.
A bus company has slammed Anglian Water's 'abysmal' traffic management after a road was closed without warning.
A chunk of stone has been knocked off a listed building after it was crashed into for the second time in six months.
Police have closed a section of the A1 following a crash.
MP Gareth Davies reacts to the unveiling of a statue of Margaret Thatcher.
The education provider which runs Stamford College is the first in the country to sign a new anti-racism charter.
A Stamford pre-school has reopened after being damaged in a blaze caused by a neighbour's out of control bonfire.
A public school is looking to build a town centre boarding house on the site of a former primary school as part of ambitious expansion plans.
The head of a youth charity will complete a 13-month epic challenge tomorrow (Thursday) with a Spitfire flight.