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Residents see rise in rats from housing development

Residents see rise in rats from housing development

Residents see rise in rats from housing development

Residents have seen a rise in rats from a nearby housing development.

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‘I want the community to look after the only green space where everyone can come together’

‘I want the community to look after the only green space where everyone can come together’

‘I want the community to look after the only green space where everyone can come together’

A man hopes to form a community group with the aim to improve a recreation ground.

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Why these are the police officers people will wave at

Why these are the police officers people will wave at

Why these are the police officers people will wave at

From wayward tractors to lambs on the loose, two PCs are taking on trouble in the countryside.


Solar farm decision postponed

Solar farm decision postponed

Solar farm decision postponed

The decision to grant or deny a large-scale solar energy project has been delayed.


‘On the boat there’s something different to see - everyone should do it once’

‘On the boat there’s something different to see - everyone should do it once’

‘On the boat there’s something different to see - everyone should do it once’

Grab your binos! A season of bird-watching boat cruises is underway.


Reservoir makes history with coveted beach awards

Reservoir makes history with coveted beach awards

Reservoir makes history with coveted beach awards

A reservoir has rivalled Britain’s best-loved coastal hotspots after winning two prestigious beach awards.


‘We must not forget that this authority have been neglecting it’

‘We must not forget that this authority have been neglecting it’

‘We must not forget that this authority have been neglecting it’

CCTV cameras will be protecting a museum and a ‘neglected’ war memorial as councillors vow that crime will not be tolerated.


Community orchard plan for play area

Community orchard plan for play area

Community orchard plan for play area

A community orchard and wildflower area is being created within a village park after council bosses have agreed to transfer ownership.


Government minister visits to discuss flooding

Government minister visits to discuss flooding

Government minister visits to discuss flooding

Residents and farmers affected by winter flooding met a Government minister to discuss ongoing concerns.


First osprey chick hatched at nature reserve nest as skies glowed

First osprey chick hatched at nature reserve nest as skies glowed

First osprey chick hatched at nature reserve nest as skies glowed

The beauty of nature was on show at Rutland Water as an osprey chick hatched and the Northern Lights danced across the sky.


Recycling centre announces it cannot accept these items today

Recycling centre announces it cannot accept these items today

Recycling centre announces it cannot accept these items today

A town recycling site is currently unable to accept certain items today due to ‘operational disruption’.


Here is all of the work going on to help local rivers

Here is all of the work going on to help local rivers

Here is all of the work going on to help local rivers

There is much work being done to preserve our river systems, writes RiverCare co-leaders.


How to retrofit your home

How to retrofit your home

How to retrofit your home

Many people are considering how they can reduce the carbon emissions from living in their home, but don’t know where to start.


“Sending a clear message!” Fly-tipping and anti-social behaviour fines to rise by up to £600

“Sending a clear message!” Fly-tipping and anti-social behaviour fines to rise by up to £600

“Sending a clear message!” Fly-tipping and anti-social behaviour fines to rise by up to £600

The fine for fly-tipping in one Lincolnshire district is set to more than double.


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