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Suzanne Moon became the news editor of the Rutland and Stamford Mercury, the Bourne Local and the Rutland Times in 2019, having previously held the role for the Mercury.

Mayor checks in on broadband progress

21 October 2021
Mayor checks in on broadband progress

Mayor checks in on broadband progress

21 October 2021

The work of a broadband provider delivering full-fibre connections to homes has been inspected by a town mayor.

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Wall of Hope prompted important organ donation discussions

03 October 2021
Wall of Hope prompted important organ donation discussions

Wall of Hope prompted important organ donation discussions

03 October 2021

The mother of a teenager who died from a heart condition has praised the community for supporting a project encouraging organ donation.


Vans hit by mini crime spree

29 September 2021
Vans hit by mini crime spree

Vans hit by mini crime spree

29 September 2021

Thieves have been stealing tools from vehicles parked in a specific area.


Model railway club backed by rock star Sir Rod is back

29 September 2021
Model railway club backed by rock star Sir Rod is back

Model railway club backed by rock star Sir Rod is back

29 September 2021

A model railway club which was backed by a rock star after suffering vandalism has announced the date for its comeback exhibition.


Overturned lorry carrying medical supplies blocks road

23 September 2021
Overturned lorry carrying medical supplies blocks road

Overturned lorry carrying medical supplies blocks road

23 September 2021

Town traffic was disrupted after a lorry carrying medical equipment overturned yesterday (Wednesday).


Farm that supports wildlife charity celebrates £2m milestone

18 August 2021
Farm that supports wildlife charity celebrates £2m milestone

Farm that supports wildlife charity celebrates £2m milestone

18 August 2021

A family farm which grows sunflowers for bird food has helped to raise £2m for wildlife conservation.


Campaigners fight for arts centre

14 August 2021
Campaigners fight for arts centre

Campaigners fight for arts centre

14 August 2021

Campaigners have urged a council to rethink its proposals for an arts centre.

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GCSE results 2021: Pupils enjoy 'triumph in the face of adversity'

12 August 2021
GCSE results 2021: Pupils enjoy 'triumph in the face of adversity'

GCSE results 2021: Pupils enjoy 'triumph in the face of adversity'

12 August 2021

A headteacher has expressed delight for the 'hard-won' grades of GCSE pupils at his school.


GCSE results 2021: 'I think we smashed it!'

12 August 2021
GCSE results 2021: 'I think we smashed it!'

GCSE results 2021: 'I think we smashed it!'

12 August 2021

Pupils have been awarded great sets of grades after two years of schooling culminated in their GCSE results.


GCSE results 2021: students enjoy 'triumph in the face of adversity'

12 August 2021
GCSE results 2021: students enjoy 'triumph in the face of adversity'

GCSE results 2021: students enjoy 'triumph in the face of adversity'

12 August 2021

A headteacher has expressed delight for the 'hard-won' grades of GCSE pupils at his school.


A-level results 2021: Pupils praised for exceptional results

10 August 2021
A-level results 2021: Pupils praised for exceptional results

A-level results 2021: Pupils praised for exceptional results

10 August 2021

Pupils at a town school have achieved top results in their A-levels.


Leisure centre might never reopen

06 August 2021
Leisure centre might never reopen

Leisure centre might never reopen

06 August 2021

A town leisure centre which closed 10 days ago because of a leaky roof looks set to stay shut.

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Power tools stolen from two locations

06 August 2021
Power tools stolen from two locations

Power tools stolen from two locations

06 August 2021

Thieves tool power tools during night-time raids at two locations.

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Leisure centre closed while condition of building reviewed

29 July 2021
Leisure centre closed while condition of building reviewed

Leisure centre closed while condition of building reviewed

29 July 2021

Heavy rain has resulted in a leak which forced the closure of a council leisure centre.


Woodland 'predator' left note on car

22 June 2021
Woodland 'predator' left note on car

Woodland 'predator' left note on car

22 June 2021

A threatening note was left on woman's car while it was parked at some woods.


'Don't share vaccination card pictures online'

11 June 2021
'Don't share vaccination card pictures online'

'Don't share vaccination card pictures online'

11 June 2021

People are being told by police not to share photos of their medical records online.

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Police look into report of armed thieves wearing balaclavas

05 May 2021
Police look into report of armed thieves wearing balaclavas

Police look into report of armed thieves wearing balaclavas

05 May 2021

Officers would like to hear from anyone who saw youths wearing balaclavas on Bank Holiday Monday afternoon.


Firm announces 150 new jobs

16 April 2021
Firm announces 150 new jobs

Firm announces 150 new jobs

16 April 2021

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


Land Rover Defender stripped of doors

25 February 2021
Land Rover Defender stripped of doors

Land Rover Defender stripped of doors

25 February 2021

Vehicles have been the target of thieves who steal doors and bonnets.


Rubbish arrangements to change from March 8

23 February 2021
Rubbish arrangements to change from March 8

Rubbish arrangements to change from March 8

23 February 2021

From March 8 what can be 'thrown out' on any particular day will change at Lincolnshire's tips.


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