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Oakham-based firm is named best pet insurance provider

Oakham-based firm is named best pet insurance provider

Oakham-based firm is named best pet insurance provider

Lifetime Pet Cover has been awarded the title of Best Pet Insurance Provider 2018


Brexit needs a deal to satisfy Parliament

Brexit needs a deal to satisfy Parliament

Brexit needs a deal to satisfy Parliament

Sir Graham Brady, chairman of the influential Backbench 1922 Committee, addressed the Rutland Biz Club recently


Top Oakham brewery set to boom

Top Oakham brewery set to boom

Top Oakham brewery set to boom

The Grainstore Brewery Tap in Oakham is setting up a new bigger brewery in the town as well as opening pubs in Melton Mowbray and Market Harborough


Bumper season at Aqua Park

Bumper season at Aqua Park

Bumper season at Aqua Park

Thrill-seekers embraced the summer sunshine and made 2018 the best year ever for Aqua Park Rutland


Awards night helps charity

Awards night helps charity

Awards night helps charity

A holiday home for children with cancer was given £2,600 from guests at the Mercury Business Awards 2018


Entreprenuer Ian walks into new venture

Entreprenuer Ian walks into new venture

Entreprenuer Ian walks into new venture

Easton-on-the-Hill resident Ian Strange is looking to turn a lifelong passion for walking into a business venture with the launch of Rutland Trails


Shoppers love Co-op’s slow lane

Shoppers love Co-op’s slow lane

Shoppers love Co-op’s slow lane

An Oakham supermarket has gone into the slow lane - and it’s working a treat


Employers give their views on county’s growth agenda

Employers give their views on county’s growth agenda

Employers give their views on county’s growth agenda

More than a dozen large employers from across Rutland met with council officials to give their views on the county’s growth agenda


Funding boost for Rutland farm and Thorney riding school

Funding boost for Rutland farm and Thorney riding school

Funding boost for Rutland farm and Thorney riding school

A Rutland farm and a Thorney-based riding school have received almost £85,000 of Leader grant funding


Stamford Homebase store safe from closure

Stamford Homebase store safe from closure

Stamford Homebase store safe from closure

DIY retailer is set to close 42 stores, putting 1,500 jobs at risk


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