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Changing weather in spring affected nature

Changing weather in spring affected nature

Changing weather in spring affected nature

Rippingale nature columnist Ian Misselbrook reflects on the changing weather in spring.


There is less than a year left for businesses to take advantage of ‘super’ tax savings

There is less than a year left for businesses to take advantage of ‘super’ tax savings

There is less than a year left for businesses to take advantage of ‘super’ tax savings

Matt Upex, of Moore Thompson, writes about how to make the most of the capital allowance scheme.


Grateful to Rutland Sailability for opportunities

Grateful to Rutland Sailability for opportunities

Grateful to Rutland Sailability for opportunities

In our letter of the week, a woman pays tribute to Rutland Sailability and the support it has given her husband.


Beer festival set for return

Beer festival set for return

Beer festival set for return

In our letter of the week, Rutland Camra gets ready for the return of its beer festival.


As bills rise, what can I do to stop my finances spiralling out of control?

As bills rise, what can I do to stop my finances spiralling out of control?

As bills rise, what can I do to stop my finances spiralling out of control?

Citizens Advice South Lincolnshire gives advice on how to stop rising bills spiralling out of control.


No trigger warning necessary - I can’t risk offending or upsetting you...

No trigger warning necessary - I can’t risk offending or upsetting you...

No trigger warning necessary - I can’t risk offending or upsetting you...

Rutland columnist Allan Grey discusses ‘trigger warnings’ and the sensitivity of society.


Councils seek greater engagement

Councils seek greater engagement

Councils seek greater engagement

Our Rutland columnist discusses the meeting of the National Assembly of the National Association of Local Councils.


Sadness at community centre closure

Sadness at community centre closure

Sadness at community centre closure

In our letter of the week, a former director of a community hub expresses her sadness at its upcoming closure.


Bourne in Lights and Mid-Lent Fair are return to normality and there’s more to look forward to

Bourne in Lights and Mid-Lent Fair are return to normality and there’s more to look forward to

Bourne in Lights and Mid-Lent Fair are return to normality and there’s more to look forward to

Council leader discusses return to normality after attending Bourne in Lights and Stamford Mid-Lent Fair.


A village to raise a dog

A village to raise a dog

A village to raise a dog

Animal behaviour expert Karen Wild discusses how to raise dogs correctly.


Sustainable farming initiative will help our farmers and food security

Sustainable farming initiative will help our farmers and food security

Sustainable farming initiative will help our farmers and food security

Stamford and Bourne MP Gareth Davies discusses the benefits of sustainable farming.


Returning to our happy place in the Canary Islands at long last

Returning to our happy place in the Canary Islands at long last

Returning to our happy place in the Canary Islands at long last

Rutland columnist Allan Grey discusses his post-lockdown trip abroad.


Woman paints image of what Mallard Pass solar farm could look like

Woman paints image of what Mallard Pass solar farm could look like

Woman paints image of what Mallard Pass solar farm could look like

A woman has painted an image of what she thinks the Mallard Pass solar farm might look like, in our letter of the week.


Rutland steals the hearts of anyone who pays a visit to our special county

Rutland steals the hearts of anyone who pays a visit to our special county

Rutland steals the hearts of anyone who pays a visit to our special county

Rutland MP Alicia Kearns discusses the county's independence.


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