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Tuesday, 15 January 2008, 12:01 GMT
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Countryside gunning for change
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Locals-only rule stalls home sale
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Ass of Nat Parks
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Life in the village where everybody knows your name
Urban myths - and rural reality
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Poor public transport is leaving some people in the countryside stranded. Tom Symonds investigates.
The countryside's uncertain future
The return of the countryside
Rural healthcare need 'neglected'
Black projects in green pastures
Boom squeezes out Welsh
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It looks lovely from the outside, but it's not always easy to find the services you need in rural areas.
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An elegy for the UK countryside
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