Healthwatch Rutland is carrying out the What Matters public consultation through April and May for anyone living or working in the county.
Those over the age of 45 can now book their Covid-19 jab as a third vaccine starts being rolled out today.
People who live in Rutland are being asked for their views on climate change and getting around as part of the Future Rutland Conversation.
Oakham town centre was filled with a positive atmosphere this morning as shoppers browsed the stores and grabbed a bite to eat outside.
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Rutland Water Aqua Park is to open on May 29.
Many excited business owners are set to open their doors to the public as the ‘shop local’ message is emphasised more than ever.
Canine behaviour expert Karen Wild shares her thoughts on when you should start training your dog.
The hunt is on to find the owner of a Battle of Britain statue which appeared on a doorstep in Oakham.
Rutland MP Alicia Kearns (Con) writes her regular column.
As lockdown restrictions ease it is still important to remember hands, face, space and that air is vital.
Atkins strikes vital goal to secure Sileby success.
Success for Stamford Strider as organisers praise runners for following strict guidelines.
Rutland club start the preparations for their new league campaign.
Stoke Rochford have been awarded the Safe Golf accreditation from England Golf.
Owner has decided to realign finances after two solid seasons of racing.
Players back in training as golfers return to the fairways.
The Perkins Great Eastern run in Peterborough will not be held this year, due to the uncertainty of Covid-19 and its impact in the coming months.
Rutland woman Rosemary Jameson is on a mission to share her love of preserving via her online workshops.
Actors are set to tread the boards once more as Stamford Shakespeare Company raises the curtain on its 2021 summer season at Tolethorpe.
A television presenter will give an insight into his life and work during the Deepings Literary Festival.
For those keen to get out and about as the lockdown lifts, open gardens could provide a socially distanced change of scene in the fresh air.
A glamping site is preparing to be one of the first tourism businesses to reopen in April.
A barn on an exclusive development has gone on the market for the first time since it was converted in 2017.
Travel Counsellor Emma Savage, based in Wittering, shares her travel news in her regular column.
For those with a dodgy internet connection, video calls and the ‘uploads and downloads’ of modern business are an utter curse.
A campaign has been launched to make a 94-year-old steam locomotive a permanent resident of Rutland.