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3 hrs ago | This Is Leicestershire
As I watched the slow-motion montage of Kasper Schmeichel's many fine saves at the end of ITV's coverage on Wednesday night, I couldn't help feel a mixture of pride tinged with a bit of concern.
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8 hrs ago | Rutland and Stamford Mercury
The development has created 18 jobs in the store. The shop will offer a wide range of food and drink, as well as an in-store bakery, cash machine and car park.
12 hrs ago | Lutterworth Today
Musicians, magicians, dog-handlers and dancers are all being urged to enter the third annual Harborough's Got Talent competition.
15 hrs ago | Hucknall and Bulwell Dispatch
Sunday week's mass was taken by Fr F. Higgins. The reader was Mary Clare Endy. Delia McGibbon, Andrew O'Mara-Winson, Jim Turton, Herve Poveda and Jerry Herrington served communion.
Boys at a Derbyshire school have been made to wear a "humiliating" sign round their necks when they go to the toilet.
On the move: EY, also known as Ernst and Young is to close it's City Gate offices in Nottingham.
A woman accused of causing the deaths of two toddlers by careless driving lost control of her car after it was hit by another vehicle, a court has been told.
Councillors at the Hinckley and Bosworth Borough Council meeting on Tuesday night agreed to the demolition of the vicarage on the site to make way for the 40 unit retirement home with parking Councillors at the Hinckley and Bosworth Borough Council meeting on Tuesday night agreed to the demolition of the vicarage on the site to make way for the 40 ... (more)
An NHS health official has given assurances over the proposed changes to minor injuries care in Harborough including a promise of minimal job losses.
The website feature sees resident veterinary expert Nigel Jacklin, from Ash Tree Veterinary Practice in Northampton Road, Harborough, answer your pet queries.
Pictured during the signing of the Armed Forces Community Covenant are, from left, chairman of Leicestershire & Rutland Royal British Legion David Atterbury, Harborough District Council chief executive Anna Graves, council chairman Cllr Geraldine Robinson, council armed forces champion Cllr Beaty, Commanding Officer of Melton s Defence Animal ... (more)
A new era has begun at a former school site in Oakham where a housing developer is building 61 homes.
That is the luxury "Dave the cockle man" has been serving to Nottingham pub-goers for the last 50 years, with barely a day off.
Catmose College and Uppingham Community College's bid for Harington School has been accepted by the New Schools Network, a development programme which supports applications.
Residents in Welford, Clipston, East Farndon and other north Northamptonshire villages are being urged to support a national initiative to take action on climate change.
ARTISAN breads and cakes are to be sold at a new bakery in West Bridgford - and local businesses say it signals the resurgence of independent shops in the area.
The move came after police revealed at the beginning of the month that they were undertaking a child sex offence investigation - called Operation Goliath - involving individuals with connections to the theatre Chris Parsons took over the Hinckley and Bosworth district role on February 10 and says his main aim is to engage with the community.