Today (Friday, January 8) marks a month since Peterborough City Hospital began vaccinating people against coronavirus.
Having moved from tier 2 to a full lockdown in the space of five days, Rutlanders are now being told to 'stay at home'.
As the new lockdown comes into force, here's what you can and can't do.
New research has found that almost 7 in 10 (68 per cent) adults say they are motivated to make healthier lifestyle changes in 2021 due to coronavirus.
A nursing assistant shares why the Hospice at Home team at Sue Ryder Thorpe Hall Hospice has been making such a difference during the pandemic.
MindSpace is working towards the creation of a wellbeing garden for community use.
South Kesteven has overtaken Boston and is now the second worst affected district in the county.
Tougher restrictions are being imposed on Lincolnshire and Northamptonshire from tonight following a government announcement.
Up to two million doses a week could be administered after a new vaccine was approved.
A D-Day veteran and his wife of more than 67 years were among the first to get their Covid-19 vaccines at a new community centre set up in Rutland.
Patients from four GP practices in Rutland will be invited to get their coronavirus vaccine at a community hub opening at the council offices.
People living in Rutland and Leicestershire have until Monday to give their views on plans to change hospital services.
Rutland MP Alicia Kearns writes about the local tier allocation and the arrival of the Covid-19 vaccine.
Battles with depression have inspired a former Oakham School student to launch a company championing men’s mental health.
Engineers are fixing a broken pipe which was leaking foul water.