CCTV footage of the moments burglars stole £30,000 worth of Mulberry handbags from a store in Oakham has been released.
More than 30 people turned out to see how they can join the county’s Police and Crime Commissioner Sir Clive Loader’s new Volunteer Forum advisory panel.
A card skimming device has been discovered on the cash machine at Tesco in Oakham.
Friday is the Summer Solstice - the longest day of the year and we’re going to capture the area on video for a special project.
A village is gearing up to welcome visitors from across the county to an open weekend.
A gardener scooped his fifth medal from the Royal Horticultural Society in two years.
A voluntary group that supports those in need in the county is hosting an annual event to raise funds.
Rutland MP Alan Duncan is encouraging charities and not-for-profit groups in the county to bid for money from a £4m fund to support efforts to reduce global poverty.
Visitors of all ages were entertained by a host of activities and stalls at a village fete at the weekend.
A host of celebrities were hitting sixes and taking wickets as part of an all-star charity cricket match at Uppingham School.
An Italian restaurant chain has applied for planning permission to open a branch in Oakham, saying it’s a “lovely little town”.
A new rug shop is set to open in Uppingham tomorrow.
Parents have been urged to attend advice clinics on child car safety.
A cycling retailer has been named among the top 20 independent stores of its type in the country.
Point-of-sale designer and manufacturer MJD has expanded and opened a new print facility.
Two people were bitten by police dogs during an illegal rave at Bourne Wood attended by about 250 people.
Inspector Kam Mistry has announced he is set to leave Rutland Local Policing Unit.
One man has been arrested on suspicion of committing drug offences.
A former Oakham town councillor is facing a four-day trial over allegations he harassed three people, including a police officer.
Police have hit out at “despicable” conmen who drove an elderly man to a cash machine and forced him to hand over £400.
Youngsters have shown off their sporting prowess by excelling in a regional competition.
Youngsters demonstrated democracy at work during a visit from a special guest.
A school could soon have a new floodlit netball and tennis court.
A young mathematician is set for a busy summer of studying after scooping a place on two top summer school schemes.
Pupils and staff at a primary school are celebrating after achieving a remarkable hat-trick of ‘outstanding’ Ofsted report ratings.
People have been asked to report areas of poor mobile phone reception.
A record number of wildlife fans have logged on to live footage of osprey chicks hatching at Rutland Water.
The Leicestershire and Rutland Wildlife Trust is urging gardeners to take extra care when trimming or removing garden greenery this spring because it is the time of year when birds build their nests and lay their eggs.
Midwives at Leicester’s Hospitals, which serve Rutland, have created a website, www.leicestermaternity.nhs.uk
The NHS 111 telephone service in Rutland will be up and running by the end of October.
The future of a birthing unit which serves Rutland may come under scrutiny, according to an independent report.
The public consultation by East Midlands Ambulance Service about closing its ambulance stations is be examined by a specialist health panel.
The roll-out of the new non-emergency NHS 111 telephone service in Rutland will not launch in June as planned.
Rutland County Council leader Coun Roger Begy (Con) has announced changes to personnel and responsibilities as he reshuffles the cabinet.
Vulnerable adults could be asked to pay more for council support services.
A parade will take place in Leicester on Saturday at about 11.30am as part of Rutland’s celebration of Armed Forces Day.
MP Alan Duncan has been re-adopted as the prospective Conservative Party candidate for Rutland and Melton in the 2015 general election, a seat he will contest for the sixth time.
The Lord Lieutenant of Rutland Dr Laurence Howard enjoyed a reunion.
I took my cycling proficiency test about 50 years ago and my driving test in 1973. At that time the Highway Code required all cyclists to cycle in single file on the roads.
In response to the recent letters regarding the council structure I find it interesting that some of the letters are from councillors who are well acquainted with the political party system as either members or past members of parties.
Re: Your short report last week regarding resurfacing work in Exton was misleading. The work carried out by Rutland County Council contravenes its own policy as it failed to consult Exton Parish Council and the local community.
I am writing to publicly thank our sponsors and the Earl of Gainsborough for allowing us to use Exton Park and Fort Henry for our Walk4Rutland which took place on May 12 to raise funds for Rutland Community First Responders, who generously give their time to help save lives in the community.
Corby may seem to belong to another world for those living in rural Rutland. The power station chimneys, the racetrack and the flour mill announce the existence of industry on the horizon to the south of the Welland Valley.
Three kittens have been rescued from a blaze in Cambridgeshire after firefighters heard them meowing in distress.
A teaching assistant has received a £28,000 payout after being sacked from a school in Suffolk for keeping in touch with her sex offender son.
England's shortage of affordable homes is locking young people in the East of England out of the property market for more than a decade, a Shelter study has found.
Sonic booms heard over parts of Essex were caused by RAF jets, it has been confirmed.
The only rail company that has improved its passenger overall satisfaction level was Greater Anglia with a figure of 77% compared with 73% in spring 2012. according to a survey of thousands of train customers.
A £3.68 MWD - Minimum Wage Dress - has gone on sale aimed at women who "want to look good on a budget".
A busy holiday airport is to get an £80 million terminal redevelopment.
The pay of public sector workers will have been cut by thousands of pounds over the lifetime of the coalition Government because of wage freezes, VAT hikes and changes to benefits and tax credit, according to a new study.
The use of antibiotics in the first 12 months of life may increase the chance of developing eczema by up to 40%, according to a new study.
An army of top teachers should be deployed in schools that are failing their poorest pupils, according to Sir Michael Wilshaw.
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Thursday 20 June 2013
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