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Rutland's MP says she does not have confidence in the prime minister following the findings of Sue Gray's report.
Uppingham columnist discusses the county’s first fibre town.
People will be able to immerse themselves into the jubilee celebrations with an interactive trail.
Ukrainian refugees are being welcomed with a dinner.
Six community groups will receive a charity’s final donation.
Those planning to get away for May half term and the Jubilee bank holiday are being told to plan ahead and expect delays.
Here is what the Chancellor Rishi Sunak's £15bn cost-of-living support package means for you.
All households will get £400 as Rishi Sunak caved in to pressure and applied a windfall tax on energy companies' soaring profits.
Iliffe Media, owner of Rutland & Stamford Mercury and its sister titles, is opening its journalism apprentice scheme again.
As RHS Chelsea Flower Show gets underway, business owners are hoping their trade will blossom.
Twenty motorists were pulled over for traffic offences during a one-day patrol.
A spate of burglaries has sparked a police appeal.
A spate of burglaries has prompted an increase in police patrols.
A car park was closed after travellers moved on to Rutland Water nature reserve.
Experts at Public Heath England are continuing to monitor the cornonavirus outbreak which started in Wuhan, China.
Further covid deaths have been recorded in the area, while cases remain extremely low.
A man and woman from Rutland who were in their 80s were killed in a crash.
A woman arrested on suspicion of driving while unfit through drink or drugs after a fatal crash has been released.
A road has been closed while police respond to an incident.
Passengers could face travel chaos this summer if plans for a national rail strike go ahead.
The candidates in the five constituencies covered by the Mercury have been officially announced tonight - find out who they are.
Let us know how your children will be celebrating the jubilee.
The head of a youth charity will complete a 13-month epic challenge tomorrow (Thursday) with a Spitfire flight.
A village nursery has received a ‘good’ rating following its latest Ofsted inspection.