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Barnsdale Gardens under threat

Barnsdale Gardens under threat

Barnsdale Gardens under threat

Owner of a popular visitor attraction, Nick Hamilton, has voiced concerns over plans for a solar farm in Exton.


Stamford mayor looks to Rutland for support

Stamford mayor looks to Rutland for support

Stamford mayor looks to Rutland for support

The mayor of Stamford is so disappointed with the way the town’s roads are looked after , he has suggested the town ‘seeks alignment’ with Rutland.


Solar scheme details are 'too skimpy' for villagers

Solar scheme details are 'too skimpy' for villagers

Solar scheme details are 'too skimpy' for villagers

About 50 people attended a meeting to describe how their lives would be affected by a ‘solar power station’ on farmland near their homes.


Solar farm plan is up for discussion

Solar farm plan is up for discussion

Solar farm plan is up for discussion

Plans for a solar farm will be discussed at a special meeting that is open to the public.


Price of 'monstrosity' cottage slashed

Price of 'monstrosity' cottage slashed

Price of 'monstrosity' cottage slashed

A cottage described as a 'monstrosity' will go up for auction after the asking price was dramatically slashed.


Bus services reduced as fuel price hikes bite

Bus services reduced as fuel price hikes bite

Bus services reduced as fuel price hikes bite

Two local bus services will be reduced from September as part of new timetables being drawn up by Rutland County Council.


Inflation is enemy that makes us all poorer and we need to face it together

Inflation is enemy that makes us all poorer and we need to face it together

Inflation is enemy that makes us all poorer and we need to face it together

Gareth Davies MP for Stamford and Bourne discusses inflation.


Hundreds back skatepark plan

Hundreds back skatepark plan

Hundreds back skatepark plan

Eighty per cent of people responding to a month-long survey said they were in favour of having a skatepark.


‘Devastation’ for businesses as trade drops thanks to work in Red Lion Square

‘Devastation’ for businesses as trade drops thanks to work in Red Lion Square

‘Devastation’ for businesses as trade drops thanks to work in Red Lion Square

After a turbulent few years in the pandemic, businesses were ready to bounce back but road works have caused big issues.


I will work with Rishi Sunak as prime minister on changes to rural funding

I will work with Rishi Sunak as prime minister on changes to rural funding

I will work with Rishi Sunak as prime minister on changes to rural funding

Rutland's MP Alicia Kearns discusses Conservative leadership race.


Controversy over attendance of district councillors

Controversy over attendance of district councillors

Controversy over attendance of district councillors

Controversy has risen over a suggestion that poorly councillors should stand down, with one saying the idea was "disgraceful".


Row erupts over plans to change 'chairman' to gender neutral term

Row erupts over plans to change 'chairman' to gender neutral term

Row erupts over plans to change 'chairman' to gender neutral term

Councillors have pushed back against plans to replace the phrase chairman with a gender neutral option.


Thousands of families due to get Cost of Living payments

Thousands of families due to get Cost of Living payments

Thousands of families due to get Cost of Living payments

More than £28 million is being given out to Lincolnshire families, as the first half of the Cost of Living payment lands in bank accounts.


'Demand on services is increasing and we must be strategic in how we cope with that'

'Demand on services is increasing and we must be strategic in how we cope with that'

'Demand on services is increasing and we must be strategic in how we cope with that'

Rutland County Council leader Lucy Stephenson pens column on economy.


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