Village pub scoops CAMRA award for the best in the Melton area

Landlords, staff and regulars at the Blue Bell at Hoby are celebrating after it was named the Melton area’s best pub.

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Passengers waiting for the Centrebus 14 service, in Windsor Street, Melton, which is due to be axed from June, including Brian Ellingworth (right) and Wendy Carter (with push chair) EMN-180420-121926001

Passengers angry after new Melton bus service cuts announced

Elderly people in Melton say they will struggle to get into town when main bus services are cut back in June.

Catherine Dalley House on Scalford Road which is to be redeveloped into apartments and bungalows for retired people EMN-180420-105515001

Plans to be unveiled for new retirement properties on former Melton nursing home site

Thousands of Melton householders are invited to a public exhibition on Wednesday of proposals to redevelop a former town nursing home into modern retirement apartments and bungalows.


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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Developers sought to build 91 new homes on two Brooksby Melton College sites

Brooksby Melton College is selling two of its redundant sites which have planning approval for a total of 91 new homes.

Lawbrook Grace's Nicola Newman and Duncan Sims.

Melton law firm poised to create jobs as business grows

A legal services firm in Melton Mowbray is creating jobs to cope with its growing workload.

Guests at the Pera business park reception.

Scores turn out for behind-the-scenes look at Melton’s Pera business park

Scores of guests turned out for a special opening evening to get a behind-the-scenes glimpse at a Melton business park.

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Record entry from Irish cheesemakers for Melton’s Artisan Cheese Awards

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New vegan and vegetarian restaurant and bar opens in Melton

A unique restaurant and juice bar for vegans and vegetarians has opened in Melton town centre.

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Melton Probus Club president Ron Marks (right) presents Brian Mills with the memento for his retirement PHOTO: Supplied

Brian honoured with long service award from Melton Probus Club

A long-standing respected member of Melton Probus Club has stepped down.

Metaltek team owner Andy Swain celebrates with Melton-Rutland International CiCLE Classic winner Fleeman in 2017 EMN-180417-171059001

Thousands set to enjoy CiCLE Classic climax in Melton town centre

Thousands of people are expected to gather in Melton town centre on Sunday afternoon to enjoy the climax of the 14th edition of the Rutland-Melton CiCLE Classic.

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Pay machines installed at popular Melton town centre car park

Motorists who park in a Melton town centre car park are being warned that pay machines are to be installed because it will no longer be warden-controlled from next week.

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A first for rare breeds event

Rare breeds of poultry and cattle were sold alongside each other for the first time at the annual spring sale at Melton Livestock Market.


Motorists advised to top up their tanks ahead of expected petrol price hikes

‘Fill up today’; that’s the advice from industry experts ahead of fears that petrol costs could soar.


FULL LIST of 81 Carpetright stores to close as firm axes 300 jobs

About 300 jobs are to be axed at Carpetright after the embattled retailer unveiled plans to shut another 81 stores and tap investors for £60 million under a sweeping restructure.

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Men are paid 20% more by Melton firms

New figures reveal that the difference in pay between men and women in Melton companies is higher than the national average.

Julia Hancock, head teacher at Asfordby Captain's Close Primary School, celebrates the opening of a new classroom with pupils, architects and the CEO of Discovery Schools Trust EMN-181104-142117001

Asfordby pupils get a look at their new classroom block

Pupils at Asfordby Captain’s Close Primary School have been enjoying a tour of their new classroom block.

Chief executive Seb Maley, top left, with Qdos' board of directors.

Insurance broker in Melton area named among UK’s top 100 for fastest rate of profit growth

An insurance services company is among the UK’s top 100 businesses with the fastest growing profits.


Gender pay gap: How Melton companies rank

Companies in Melton with more than 250 employees have revealed the difference in pay between men and women, following last night’s deadline.

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Council remove recycling banks across the Melton borough

Recycling banks are being removed across the Melton borough because residents will soon be able to recycle everything at their own homes.

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