Rutland County Council has launched a new way for people to access services online.
Rutland’s oldest charity and one of its newest have signed an agreement which leads the way to a more accessible footpath near Oakham canal.
Rutland columnist Allan Grey discusses the future of waste recycling centres.
Rutland County Council will remove the requirement for residents to book to use its tips.
Castle Cement is applying for permission to keep digging in Ketton beyond 2026.
Vice chairman of countryside charity writes about importance of clean air.
Ryhall Academy is in the running for a national award for their work in a countywide project to make the school run more green.
Recycling targets have been set out in a public consultation.
McDonald's teamed up with a football club for a town litterpick.
Government data has revealed that hundreds flytipping in South Kesteven went unpunished.
Pupils have spent a week clearing litter while raising money for a good cause.
A new booking system is now in place for Rutland residents who need to use North Luffenham Household Waste and Recycling Centre.
A monument to Queen Victoria has been restored thanks to a donation.
A new charity has been set up by a team of determined volunteers to protect and improve the environment around the old Oakham Canal.
People who live in Rutland are being asked for their views on climate change and getting around as part of the Future Rutland Conversation.