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County council has the most executives earning more than £100,000 in the East Midlands

County council has the most executives earning more than £100,000 in the East Midlands

County council has the most executives earning more than £100,000 in the East Midlands

A Town Hall rich list drawn up by the Tax Alliance shows 16 executives at the county council earning a salary of more than £100,000.


Discussions about St George's Barracks proposals continue

Discussions about St George's Barracks proposals continue

Discussions about St George's Barracks proposals continue

Discussions about whether proposals to build a garden community at St George's Barracks in North Luffenham are still viable are continuing.


Former MP brands PM Boris Johnson an 'embarrassing buffoon'

Former MP brands PM Boris Johnson an 'embarrassing buffoon'

Former MP brands PM Boris Johnson an 'embarrassing buffoon'

The current and past PMs have been criticised in a book by former Rutland and Melton MP Sir Alan Duncan.


Wanted: person who loves their town and wants it to thrive

Wanted: person who loves their town and wants it to thrive

Wanted: person who loves their town and wants it to thrive

If you would like to see ‘things done differently’, an opportunity is available to step off the sidelines.


Ruling: caravan land to be returned to green space

Ruling: caravan land to be returned to green space

Ruling: caravan land to be returned to green space

A 'green space' torn up for a caravan hardstanding will have to be returned to grass, a council has ruled.


A conversation about the future of Rutland

A conversation about the future of Rutland

A conversation about the future of Rutland

Rutland County Council is launching a conversation today to find out people’s views and aspirations for the future of the county.


Council ordered to pay £250 to likely victim of human trafficking

Council ordered to pay £250 to likely victim of human trafficking

Council ordered to pay £250 to likely victim of human trafficking

Lincolnshire County Council has been told to pay £250 to a “likely victim of human trafficking” after failing to follow national guidance.


'As we progress through the roadmap to recovery, non-covid work continues'

'As we progress through the roadmap to recovery, non-covid work continues'

'As we progress through the roadmap to recovery, non-covid work continues'

Gareth Davies MP for Stamford and Bourne discusses the Police and Crime Bill in his latest column.


Stamford Town Council asked to invest in scheme to light Barnack Road in wake of Sarah Everard murder

Stamford Town Council asked to invest in scheme to light Barnack Road in wake of Sarah Everard murder

Stamford Town Council asked to invest in scheme to light Barnack Road in wake of Sarah Everard murder

Julie Clarke believes no woman should have to walk home alone by torchlight in a secluded Stamford road where the lights go off after midnight.


Time capsule buried to commemorate council

Time capsule buried to commemorate council

Time capsule buried to commemorate council

A time capsule has been buried to commemorate the end of East Northamptonshire Council.


End of an era for council as they hold final meeting

End of an era for council as they hold final meeting

End of an era for council as they hold final meeting

After 47 years, East Northamptonshire Council has met for the final time before it ceases to exist at the end of this month.


Make your mark as town councillor

Make your mark as town councillor

Make your mark as town councillor

Residents are being invited to become more involved in community matters by joining Oakham Town Council.


A sense of optimism as lockdown is lifted and spring arrives

A sense of optimism as lockdown is lifted and spring arrives

A sense of optimism as lockdown is lifted and spring arrives

South Kesteven District Council leader Kelham Cooke (Con) writes his column.


Use your right to vote to make a difference

Use your right to vote to make a difference

Use your right to vote to make a difference

Lincolnshire County Council elections will be held in May and even if you don't feel comfortable going to a polling station, there are ways to vote.


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