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Residents make new equine friends

Residents make new equine friends

Residents make new equine friends

Care home residents made some new four-legged friends thanks to a visit by Harringworth Manor Stables.


Summer brings run of fun

Summer brings run of fun

Summer brings run of fun

Four outdoor events that attract hundreds of participants are back this summer.


Further covid deaths recorded

Further covid deaths recorded

Further covid deaths recorded

Five further covid deaths have been recorded in South Kesteven.


Care home rated 'good' by CQC

Care home rated 'good' by CQC

Care home rated 'good' by CQC

A town care home has received an overall good rating on its first inspection.


Final donation from fund

Final donation from fund

Final donation from fund

A scheme which has provided 72 defibrillators across Rutland has come to a close.


Foodbank need rises as living costs spiral

Foodbank need rises as living costs spiral

Foodbank need rises as living costs spiral

Charities which offer emergency food parcels say they are seeing an even greater demand for their services as the cost of living crisis deepens.


Dementia day to feature experts

Dementia day to feature experts

Dementia day to feature experts

People will be given help in recognising the signs of dementia at an event this month.


Defibrillator may be moved to pub

Defibrillator may be moved to pub

Defibrillator may be moved to pub

Life-saving equipment kept at a village hall could be on the move.


Care home rated good by inspectors

Care home rated good by inspectors

Care home rated good by inspectors

A care home has maintained its good rating following an inspection.


Further covid deaths recorded

Further covid deaths recorded

Further covid deaths recorded

Three further deaths have sadly been recorded in the area.


Pharmacists want law change to deal with acute HRT shortage

Pharmacists want law change to deal with acute HRT shortage

Pharmacists want law change to deal with acute HRT shortage

Sajid Javid has been urged to change the law to allow pharmacists to alter prescriptions during medical shortages like the one affecting HRT products.


Could Covid lockdowns be behind hepatitis surge in children?

Could Covid lockdowns be behind hepatitis surge in children?

Could Covid lockdowns be behind hepatitis surge in children?

Officials are investigating a rise in cases which has led to more than 100 children needing hospital care and liver transplants for 10 children.


No agreed plans for second GP surgery

No agreed plans for second GP surgery

No agreed plans for second GP surgery

An MP's election campaign point has not yet proved successful.


Significant drop in covid tests taken

Significant drop in covid tests taken

Significant drop in covid tests taken

Coronavirus cases have dropped in the area but far fewer people have taken tests.


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