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   Current Press Releases   Release Date   
TOY LIBRARY TO SPREAD SMILES AT OAKHAM & UPPINGHAM LATE NIGHT SHOPPING29 November 2002
SCRUTINY PANEL RECOMMENDS SCHOOL MEALS SERVICE CONTINUES29 November 2002
RUTLAND AWAITS ASSESSMENT RESULTS29 November 2002
STATE OF THE ART SCIENCE FOR CASTERTON COLLEGE22 November 2002
CHRISTMAS PUPPIES TO UNHAPPY STRAYS22 November 2002
RUTLAND SCHOOLS TOP OF THE CLASS – AGAIN!22 November 2002
CYBER CAFÉ GETS THE GO AHEAD22 November 2002
CABINET TAKES A FIRST LOOK AT THE BUDGET22 November 2002
NEW FENCE FOR LAND IN FRONT OF CRICKET CLUB22 November 2002
ADHD SUPPORT GROUP FOR RUTLAND18 November 2002
RESIDENTS INVITED TO THATCHING DISPLAY18 November 2002
SUCCESSFUL GRANT FOR OUT OF SCHOOL HOURS CHILDCARE PROGRAMME11 November 2002
HELP AT HAND FOR PARENTS11 November 2002
PUBLIC INVITED TO DISCUSS HOW SERVICES FOR DISABLED RESIDENTS CAN BE IMPROVED?11 November 2002
HOME CARE STAFF NEEDED URGENTLY11 November 2002
RUTLAND RECEIVES GLOWING REPORT FOR REPAIR AND MAINTENANCE SERVICE11 November 2002
PUBLIC GIVES VIEWS FOR SPORTS FACILITIES11 November 2002
LIFE MADE EASIER FOR DISABLED RESIDENTS04 November 2002
WORKING PARTY POOLS IDEAS TO RELIEVE TOWN PARKING PROBLEMS04 November 2002
BOUNDARY COMMITTEE GIVES FINAL APPROVAL FOR COUNCILLOR INCREASES AND BOUNDARY CHANGES25 October 2002