Government plans to tackle the scourge of fly-tipping are a missed opportunity, rural leaders have warned.
RURAL communities must not be sidelined by politicians standing in the general election, the Rural Services Network has warned.
Snap general election welcomed - as candidates line up (Dorset Echo)
Rural voice must be heard, says RSN chief (Farming Life)
Snap election: Reaction from the farming world (Farmers Guardian)
Many third sector organisations are proving resilient, but others are struggling, finds Brian Wilson.
Is the government putting [rural] infrastructure at the centre of its economic policy and industrial strategy? Jessica Sellick investigates.
Fibre is the best way to bring broadband to rural areas – but it is also the most expensive, says Daniel Heery.