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Look after nature as lockdown eases

Look after nature as lockdown eases

Look after nature as lockdown eases

The Lincolnshire Wildlife Trust and the NFU for Rutland are encouraging people to look after nature and the environment around them as lockdown eases.


Community allotment will bring benefits to town

Community allotment will bring benefits to town

Community allotment will bring benefits to town

A new community allotment will open once coronavirus restrictions are lifted.


Police issue fines to people camping at closed nature reserve

Police issue fines to people camping at closed nature reserve

Police issue fines to people camping at closed nature reserve

A nature reserve is reminding people it is still closed after police had to issue fines to people camping at the site.


Star ospreys waste no time in reuniting

Star ospreys waste no time in reuniting

Star ospreys waste no time in reuniting

Rutland Water's star ospreys have returned to the Manton Bay nest today (Friday, March 19) and wasted no time in reuniting.


Skip operator facing costs of £750,000 to clear site where he stockpiled waste

Skip operator facing costs of £750,000 to clear site where he stockpiled waste

Skip operator facing costs of £750,000 to clear site where he stockpiled waste

A skip operator could face costs of £750,000 to clear the site where he dumped waste for a decade.


Get ready for the 25th anniversary of the Rutland Ospreys

Get ready for the 25th anniversary of the Rutland Ospreys

Get ready for the 25th anniversary of the Rutland Ospreys

Ospreys are expected to return to Rutland Water this month - 25 years after the relocation project began.


Anger at quarry expansion plan

Anger at quarry expansion plan

Anger at quarry expansion plan

Villagers fear their health and livelihoods will be at risk as a result of a quarry expansion.


'Sorry bins are not being emptied'

'Sorry bins are not being emptied'

'Sorry bins are not being emptied'

A council and Biffa have apologised to residents who have been left with unemptied bins.


Villagers demand improvements from Anglian Water after concerns sewage released into brook

Villagers demand improvements from Anglian Water after concerns sewage released into brook

Villagers demand improvements from Anglian Water after concerns sewage released into brook

Greetham villagers reported noxious smells as workmen discharged pumping station overflow into watercourse to avoid flooding


Free inhaler recycling scheme

Free inhaler recycling scheme

Free inhaler recycling scheme

People can take part in a pilot scheme to recycle their empty or out-of-date medical inhalers.


Campaign will tackle food waste

Campaign will tackle food waste

Campaign will tackle food waste

Rutland Youth Council has launched a project to raise awareness of the need to reduce household food waste.


Are you taking part in the RSPB's Big Garden Birdwatch?

Are you taking part in the RSPB's Big Garden Birdwatch?

Are you taking part in the RSPB's Big Garden Birdwatch?

Many across the area will be taking part in the RSPB's Big Garden Birdwatch, which runs from today (Friday, January 29) until Sunday.


Fire and rescue service pledges to reduce single-use plastic

Fire and rescue service pledges to reduce single-use plastic

Fire and rescue service pledges to reduce single-use plastic

A fire and rescue service has teamed up with two businesses to reduce single-use plastic in the force.


Plug-in points for cars are planned

Plug-in points for cars are planned

Plug-in points for cars are planned

Two electric vehicle charging bays could be installed at a filling station.


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