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Author is on a roll: From e-books to library large print and paperback
An author from the Harborough district is enjoying great success with her titles now being published as e-books, paperbacks and in large library print.
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Sat Mar 08, 2014
Historic sex charges denied by former Gartree man
A former priest and religious education teacher who used to live in the Harborough district has gone on trial charged with sexually abusing young girls.
Thu Mar 06, 2014
Sally is on song as James tunes up for TV's The Voice
A mum-of-two who appeared on the battle stages of The Voice on Saturday has won through to the next round of the BBC TV singing contest.
Mon Feb 24, 2014
Aircraft makes historic final flight
About 1,000 fans bought tickets for a series of one-hour pleasure flights run by the company to mark the passing of the aircraft.
Video: Floating cathedral at Sochi was created in the county
An inflatables company was responsible for creating a floating cathedral at the opening of the Winter Olympics in Sochi, Russia.
Sun Feb 23, 2014
Roads are closed for sewer work
County highways officials have given Severn Trent Water the go ahead to close Brook Lane in Billesdon to allow for emergency flood prevention work.
Sat Feb 22, 2014
Agent News: Win luxury holiday with estate agency competition
Time is running out to win a luxury holiday courtesy of Harborough and Lutterworth estate agents Harrison Murray and the Nottingham Estate Agency.
Thu Feb 20, 2014
Fashion show in aid of deserving cause
The latest trends provided by SOS Fashions will be showcased for sale at The Turville Memorial Hall off Welford Road in Husbands Bosworth at 7.30pm on Friday, March 7. Tickets cost A 5, which includes a free glass of wine or soft drink, available by calling 01858 880281 or 01858 881140.
Wed Feb 19, 2014
Open afternoon at the arboretum
People can have a look round The Hammond Arboretum at Robert Smyth Academy in Harborough on Thursday, February 20, between 2pm and 4pm.
Mon Feb 17, 2014
Artisan bakery on its way to town
Hambleton Bakery, based at Exton in Rutland, is nearing the end of an expansion project aimed at doubling its production capacity.
Lutterworth drugs courier jailed for role in A 100m plot
A Lutterworth man has been jailed for 17 years for his role as part a drugs gang which tried to smuggle cocaine and heroin with a street value of 100m into Britain Stephen Crane, of Drage Close, Lutterworth, was sentenced at Warrington Crown Court on February 7 following a trial in December.
Sat Feb 15, 2014
Songbirds help mobility service with proceeds from concert
A cheque presentation from Songbirds choir work to Shopmobility. Gill Keenan, chair of Songbirds, Sharron Muggleton, Shopmobility scheme co-ordinator and Julia Ashenden, treasurer of Songbirds.
Wed Feb 12, 2014
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Have your say on minor injury units in East Leicestershire and...
The governing body of East Leicestershire and Rutland Clinical Commissioning Group yesterday gave the go-ahead for the six-week consultation programme on units in the south and east of the county and Rutland.
Visiting actress praises Robert Smyth Academy performing arts department
Year 13 students Niall Murray and Maddie Pearce take part in a drama exercise with international performing artist Sarah Storer at the Robert Smyth Academy, Market Harborough.
This Is Leicestershire
Tennis: Carisbrooke net prestige prizes at awards night
The club's men picked up the Premier League title at Leicester Tigers' Welford Road ground, while their mixed doubles team retained the prestigious Leicester Mercury Cup, an inter-club competition which has been contested for almost a century.
Tue Feb 11, 2014
Slimming leaders meet TV's Paddy McGuinness
Harborough's Matt Mason and Lutterworth's Suzanne Taylor said they were delighted to get the chance to meet Paddy when he co-hosted Slimming World's annual awards at Birmingham's International Convention Centre recently.
Sun Feb 09, 2014
Good causes benefit from Scarecrow proceeds
A presentation night held at the Coach and Horses pub in Lubenham on Tuesday night saw representatives from several community groups and deserving causes receive grants from the proceeds of last autumn's Lubenham Scarecrow Weekend.
Aspiring chef Rebecca takes part in search for top cook
An aspiring young chef took part in a cookery competition in the search for the Rotary Young Chef of the Year.
A romantic rollercoaster just in time for Valentine's
A revue showis being staged with a dual purpose of entertainment and fundraising for a musical theatre company based in Lutterworth.