In Full

News in Full

Tributes to former Ryhall United goalkeeper

Tributes have been paid to a former Ryhall United goalkeeper.

News
Harley Staples

Helping families create precious memories is our tribute to Harley

Just a few minutes walk away from the peaceful shores of Rutland Water and hidden down a gravelled track surrounded by trees lies Harley’s House.

News
Community news.

Oakham Baptist Church in search for new home

Oakham Baptist Church is on the hunt for a new bigger home as it was revealed that a £1m cinema could be developed at the current site.

News
Vera Bailey celebrates her 100th birthday
Photo: Lee Hellwing

Celebrations for 100th birthdays

A Second World War veteran from Stamford who turned 100 maintains keeping fit has ensured he has lived so long.

News
Dr Sarah Furness

Dr Sarah Furness will take over as Lord Lieutenant of Rutland

A new Lord Lieutenant of Rutland has been appointed to success Sir Laurence Howard when he retires.

News
Community news.

Under 30s design ideas invited for new homes

They say there is no such thing as a free lunch, but young people in Uppingham are being offered just that as well as the opportunity to put forward their design ideas for a small complex of affordable housing specifically for the under-30s.

News
Reporter Brendan McFadden visited Simmons Optometrist in Oakham to find out about its Optomap,  Daytona Plus device. By Lee Hellwing.

Eye scanning device at Simmons Optometrists can spot health issues

Simmons Optometrist in Oakham, winner of the Customer Care category in the Mercury Business Awards 2017, is one of only 50 opticians in the country to install a laser retinal scanning device. This innovative equipment can spot eye conditions and other health problems. Reporter Brendan McFadden went along to give this new equipment a try.

News
Rutland Running and Triathlon Club runner joins all three club runs

Rutland Running and Triathlon Club runner joins all three club runs

Robert has run through mine fields

News
Community news.

£1 million scheme to open cinema in Oakham

Film goers in Oakham may soon be able to watch the latest blockbusters in their own town if ambitious plans to develop a boutique cinema come to fruition.

News
Oakham School pupils who have won places to Oxford University and Cambridge University. Submitted.

Oakham School students secure Oxbridge places

Oakham School students are celebrating after securing places at two of the country’s most prestigious universities.

News
Three vehicle collision in Belton

Three vehicle collision in Belton

Two people had to be cut from a vehicle after collision in Leicester Road, Belton last night (Tuesday,February 6).

News
Community news.

For Rutland service that helps make a difference and offers support to residents

It is less than four years since For Rutland came into being so it is an utterly remarkable feat that the efforts of the specialist advisers they employ have realised more than £2m for people facing one of the worst times in their lives.

News
Community news.

Nine out of 10 town traders say no to one-way proposal in Oakham

A survey conducted on 
Oakham traders found that 62 of those whose took part – 90 per cent – opposed a one-way system being
 introduced to the town.

News
WiRE Leics & Rutland network leaders Jane Batty, Megan Allen and Claire McFadden with Marissa Watts of Change Agents UK

Network helps young people in Rutland

A rural business network for women has presented a cheque for £250 to Change Agents UK, which is based in Oakham.

News
Community news.

Bird flu reported in Rutland area

Cases of bird flu have been discovered in Rutland.

Business

Superfast broadband reaches 95% coverage in Rutland

Rutland has been praised for playing a leading role in the improvement of broadband internet speeds across the entire country.

News
Stock picture

Bin lorry’s load catches fire in Ketton

A bin lorry’s load caught fire in Ketton today (February 1).

News
Rutland Poppy Project

Rutland Poppy Project open to everyone

A sweeping sea of handcrafted poppies is to be created to commemorate the centenary of the end of The Great War.

News
Uppingham mum who lost brain cancer battle is inspiration for unique pin badge

Uppingham mum who lost brain cancer battle is inspiration for unique pin badge

An Uppingham mum who lost her battle with brain cancer is the inspiration for a unique pin badge being sold to raise funds for research into the disease.

News
Wilds Lodge School's new theatre

New theatre the perfect gift for Wilds Lodge School’s 11th birthday

Wilds Lodge School in Empingham celebrated their 11th birthday by opening their new theatre facility.

News
Load more