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First osprey chicks of summer hatch at Rutland Water

First osprey chicks of summer hatch at Rutland Water

First osprey chicks of summer hatch at Rutland Water

150th chick to be born at Rutland due any day now.


Mystery as Oakham flowerbed is partly destroyed

Mystery as Oakham flowerbed is partly destroyed

Mystery as Oakham flowerbed is partly destroyed

A flowerbed has been partly destroyed in a suspected spraying.


Stamford and Bourne set for housing under the local plan

Stamford and Bourne set for housing under the local plan

Stamford and Bourne set for housing under the local plan

625 homes a year planned across South Kesteven.


Pilot project in Rutland seeks to create Natural Leaders

Pilot project in Rutland seeks to create Natural Leaders

Pilot project in Rutland seeks to create Natural Leaders

Programme to last three months.


Something fishy is going on: otter in the frame for koi thefts

Something fishy is going on: otter in the frame for koi thefts

Something fishy is going on: otter in the frame for koi thefts

Can you help solve the mystery of the missing fish?


Gardens bloom for open event

Gardens bloom for open event

Gardens bloom for open event

Kirkby Underwood was blooming as visitors browsed open gardens in the village.


Get ready for a splash of summer colour

Get ready for a splash of summer colour

Get ready for a splash of summer colour

Stamford in Bloom team are preparing for judging.


Esendine Hotel can be demolished as ‘it is not worthy of listing’

Esendine Hotel can be demolished as ‘it is not worthy of listing’

Esendine Hotel can be demolished as ‘it is not worthy of listing’

Historic England quizzed about it's importance


New measures to curb verge parking at beauty spot

New measures to curb verge parking at beauty spot

New measures to curb verge parking at beauty spot

Rutland County Council is trialling new measures to reduce verge side parking around Rutland Water.


Swans found covered in oil near Market Deeping

Swans found covered in oil near Market Deeping

Swans found covered in oil near Market Deeping

Affected birds reported to Bourne Area group of Lincolnshire Wildlife Trust.


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