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Kerry Coupe joined the Rutland & Stamford Mercury in 2007 as a trainee reporter, qualifying as a senior reporter in 2009. She became head of content in 2014. In 2017, she became editor of the Rutland & Stamford Mercury, Rutland Times and Bourne Local.

Figures reveal how many young people have had Covid-19 vaccine

05 August 2021
Figures reveal how many young people have had Covid-19 vaccine

Figures reveal how many young people have had Covid-19 vaccine

05 August 2021

More than 220,000 children in England have already had a Covid-19 vaccine, figures show.


Digital public notices portal launches

25 January 2021
Digital public notices portal launches

Digital public notices portal launches

25 January 2021

The local news media sector has come together to launch an industry digital portal to promote public notices to communities and enhance democracy.


What can you do during the new national lockdown?

04 January 2021
What can you do during the new national lockdown?

What can you do during the new national lockdown?

04 January 2021

As the new lockdown comes into force, here's what you can and can't do.


'Our best line of attack is to keep schools open'

30 December 2020
'Our best line of attack is to keep schools open'

'Our best line of attack is to keep schools open'

30 December 2020

The majority of primary schools will reopen as planned on January 4, with secondary school pupils due to take exams returning the following week.

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People can only see other households on Christmas Day as tier 4 announced

19 December 2020
People can only see other households on Christmas Day as tier 4 announced

People can only see other households on Christmas Day as tier 4 announced

19 December 2020

The five day relaxation of rules over Christmas has been cancelled with three households now only able to meet on Christmas Day itself.


'Rule of six’ law comes into force today

14 September 2020
'Rule of six’ law comes into force today

'Rule of six’ law comes into force today

14 September 2020

The coronavirus “rule of six” came into force in England today, meaning any social gatherings of more than six people will break the law.


WH Smith to slash up to 1,500 jobs amid ‘slow’ Covid-19 recovery

05 August 2020
WH Smith to slash up to 1,500 jobs amid ‘slow’ Covid-19 recovery

WH Smith to slash up to 1,500 jobs amid ‘slow’ Covid-19 recovery

05 August 2020

WH Smith is planning to cut up to 1,500 jobs as bosses said its recovery from the Covid-19 lockdown has been “slow”.


McMuffins back on the menu

07 July 2020
McMuffins back on the menu

McMuffins back on the menu

07 July 2020

Every McDonald's restaurant will start serving breakfast again from tomorrow.


Heatwave on the way

23 June 2020
Heatwave on the way

Heatwave on the way

23 June 2020

Forecasters say a heatwave is on the way this week with temperatures reaching up to 29C.


These are the only times you are allowed to leave home as police given special powers by PM

23 March 2020
These are the only times you are allowed to leave home as police given special powers by PM

These are the only times you are allowed to leave home as police given special powers by PM

23 March 2020

Boris Johnson has rolled out an unprecedented raft of measure to stop the spread of Coronavirus


All theatres, cafes and leisure centres told to close today

20 March 2020
All theatres, cafes and leisure centres told to close today

All theatres, cafes and leisure centres told to close today

20 March 2020

Prime Minister Boris Johnson has told all theatres, cafes and leisure centres to close today to prevent the spread of coronavirus.


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