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Helping thousands to receive virus vaccinations

Helping thousands to receive virus vaccinations

Helping thousands to receive virus vaccinations

Volunteers have been busy helping with the co-ordination of vaccinations for over 50s in Stamford.


Give a dog a new home in a safe way

Give a dog a new home in a safe way

Give a dog a new home in a safe way

Give a dog at Three Counties Dog Rescue a home in a safe way.


Rehome pair together

Rehome pair together

Rehome pair together

Dotty and Daisy are a couple of lovely older ladies who are looking for a home together.


Why do you pick the type of dog you do?

Why do you pick the type of dog you do?

Why do you pick the type of dog you do?

Animal behaviour expert, Karen Wild, explains why people pick the dogs they do.


Prince Philip was a regular visitor to Rutland and Stamford

Prince Philip was a regular visitor to Rutland and Stamford

Prince Philip was a regular visitor to Rutland and Stamford

As the nation comes together to mourn the Duke of Edinburgh, we recall his visits to the area from the long archive of the Rutland & Stamford Mercury.


'A constant companion to the Queen for 70 years, Prince Philip really was extraordinary'

'A constant companion to the Queen for 70 years, Prince Philip really was extraordinary'

'A constant companion to the Queen for 70 years, Prince Philip really was extraordinary'

South Kesteven District Council leader Kelham Cooke (Con) reflects on the death of Prince Philip.


Photographer aims to make women over 50 feel more confident

Photographer aims to make women over 50 feel more confident

Photographer aims to make women over 50 feel more confident

A photographer has launched a project to make women over the age of 50 feel more confident about themselves.


People urged to register to vote as deadline looms

People urged to register to vote as deadline looms

People urged to register to vote as deadline looms

Time is running out to register to vote and have a say in next month’s local elections, with the deadline only days away.


Firm announces 150 new jobs

Firm announces 150 new jobs

Firm announces 150 new jobs

A food manufacturer is creating new jobs in a move set to boost the local economy.


Travel Counsellor dreams of holiday to Switzerland

Travel Counsellor dreams of holiday to Switzerland

Travel Counsellor dreams of holiday to Switzerland

Wittering-based Travel Counsellor Emma Savage is dreaming of a holiday to Switzerland in her latest column.


95% of children get first place primary school choice

95% of children get first place primary school choice

95% of children get first place primary school choice

The vast majority of children, 99 per cent, have been offered a place at one of their preferred primary schools this year.


Town steps up as need for Bourne Foodbank almost doubles in pandemic

Town steps up as need for Bourne Foodbank almost doubles in pandemic

Town steps up as need for Bourne Foodbank almost doubles in pandemic

Town's foodbank gives out 75% per cent more in food, toiletries and essentials to 1,916 children and adults in last 12 months.


A1 reopened after crash

A1 reopened after crash

A1 reopened after crash

The A1 in Rutland has fully reopened following a crash between a car and two lorries this morning (April 15).


Bourne family business to close for the final time next month

Bourne family business to close for the final time next month

Bourne family business to close for the final time next month

JT Whyles to close its Abbey Road shoe shop having served the town's customers since the 1950s


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