MORE rural communities are suffering from a shortage of doctors – with some surgeries warning of an impending crisis.
Police in Lincolnshire are due to take delivery of a fleet of 4x4 vehicles to combat rural crime.
The government must not punish motorists who drive diesel vehicles, a prominent rural MP 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)
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.
ONE in ten people are dissatisfied with their broadband service, reveals a report.
RURAL charities are among those to share £22.7m in government funding to support older veterans.
POLICE from three forces have joined together to help find better ways to target rural crime.
Fly-tippers could be forced to help councils clear-up illegally dumped waste in a new drive to clean up the countryside.
DOZENS of community groups have been awarded a share of £2m to help keep rural people on the move.
A POLICE team dedicated to serving rural communities is celebrating its first anniversary – and its 100th arrest.