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Racing royalty royally remastered.

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10 ways your home could be breaking the law – without you even knowing it

10 ways your home could be breaking the law – without you even knowing it

If you’ve worked on improving your home or garden, it’s worth bearing in mind that there are various ways in which you could be unknowingly falling foul of the law.

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Why booking a flight on a Monday could save you money

Why booking a flight on a Monday could save you money

Mondays may be a drag for some, but the first day of the week is the ideal time to think ahead to life away from the 9-to-5 grind.

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Hungry House takeaway service to close down

Hungry House takeaway service to close down

Takeaway food service Hungryhouse has announced that it is closing, after twelve years of delivering fast food.

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Police and paramedics attend a incident at North Bank in Market Harborough late saturday afternoon. PICTURE: ANDREW CARPENTER

Woman taken to hospital in critical condition after being assaulted at flats in Market Harborough

A woman is in a critical condition after being assaulted at a block of flats in Market Harborough town centre this afternoon (Saturday).

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Young Harborough artists invited to enter recycling art competition

Leicestershire school children still have time to put their artistic talents to the test by creating a work of art that encourages recycling in the county.

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Would your Harborough home appeal to a London buyer?

A Harborough estate agent is on the lookout for properties which would appeal to buyers in London for a promotional event taking place in the capital in May.

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Volunteers team up to give Harborough a spring clean!

Volunteers team up to give Harborough a spring clean!

Members of Market Harborough Environment Group teamed up with volunteers from other organisations to give the town a spring clean earlier this month.

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Kiborth and Fleckney club members earn their crust!

Kiborth and Fleckney club members earn their crust!

Members of the Inner Wheel of Kibworth and Fleckney enjoyed a pork pie-making session at Waterloo Farm near Harborough earlier this month.

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Film on a Farm visiting Harborough area village in May

Film on a Farm visiting Harborough area village in May

A new outdoor film event will celebrate its Harborough-area premiere next month.

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Significant increase in arsons across Leicestershire last year

Fire services in Leicestershire saw a significant increase in the number of arson attacks on homes last year, figures from the Home Office show.

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Market Harborough teenager among group charged following ram raids

A teenaged boy from Market Harborough has been charged with four ram raids at shops across Cambridgeshire, Norfolk and Lincolnshire.

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Oakman started out with The Akeman in Tring, Herts, and now has over 20 venues in 9 counties

First straws now single-use plastic, popular pub group makes serious pledge

It has been widely acknowledged that Oakman Inns, which operates popular pub-restaurants across Bucks, Herts, Beds, Oxon, Northants and Warwickshire, was the first multiple-site pub group to end the use of plastic straws across their 20 plus venues.

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5 things employers should know about dealing with hot weather in the workplace

WITH the temperatures heating up, it can be a sweltering time for employees who are stuck behind their desk all day.

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One of the best known features on Dorset's Jurassic Coast is Durdle Door.

Discovering Thomas Hardy’s fictional county of Wessex

I’ve been an unashamed fan of Victorian author Thomas Hardy after falling in love with actress Julie Christie as an impressionable teenager after she starred in the 1960s film, Far From The Madding Crowd.

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The police officers and staff taking part in the London Marathon

Police officers and staff from Leicestershire preparing to run the London Marathon this Sunday

Seven members of Leicestershire Police are taking part in this year’s London marathon.

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Council leader Neil Bannister with volunteers in Dunton Bassett

Volunteers help give Harborough district a spring clean

Old road signs and car parts are just some of the litter collected as part of a series of volunteer spring cleans taking place across the Harborough district.

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Petition started to save Market Harborough’s buses

Petition started to save Market Harborough’s buses

Three Harborough councillors have started a petition to save “at risk” town buses in Market Harborough.

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New drivers could be banned from driving with car full of friends in ‘boy racer’ crackdown

New drivers could be banned from driving with car full of friends in ‘boy racer’ crackdown

New drivers could soon face tough new driving restrictions after passing their tests under new laws being considered by the Government.

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