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A council will write off £150,000 it is owed - and pocket £230 that someone overpaid.
Walkers and cyclists will be doing their bit to support people living with chronic illnesses.
A daughter has taken on a running challenge to support research into pancreatic cancer.
A driving instructor went on a blind date on national television while on his search for love.
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I must admit to getting pangs of barfly envy at this pub.
Drivers are facing disruption as roads across the area flood.
A sports club is relying on the community for help after expensive equipment was stolen just weeks ahead of the new season.
The Met Office has warned heavy rain could cause road closures and result in communities being cut off.
Two friends who like a natter and a pint have launched a podcast to help promote a county’s pubs and give a voice to its interesting residents.
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First match for five weeks results in a loss for Uppingham.
Masters prize is secured after excellent final event of series.
Rutland side are one win away from cup final at Peterborough United.
Five league matches without defeat for Rutland side.
Players will be working within the pathway setup at Leicestershire County Cricket Club.
Membership are challenged to introduce new players to the sport.
Brenden bags wonder goal to earn Rutland side a share of the spoils.
Rutland side have played just six league games in the last four months.
It will be ‘all hands on deck’ as two friends take on the management of a popular town venue today.
Tickets to comedian Rob Beckett’s new tour show Giraffe go on sale today.
In a world not always ready for the neurodivergent, a drag queen, living with autism, has spilled the tea on how art became his language.
Would-be air cadets can discover real-world ways to lead an exciting life.
William Burnett, born in 1814, lived and worked in the Globe Inn on Butcher Row.
There could be some relief for households with new energy bill predictions forecasting a drop in the price of gas and electricity by the spring.
Lidl is removing more snacks from its shelves amid fears the biscuits are unsafe because they could contain pieces of metal.