News archive from 14 May 2016, page 22

Nursery of the Year finalists announced

The votes have been counted – now we can reveal our top 10. The competition is starting to get exciting! We’ve got our top 10 finalists for the Nursery Of The Year 2016 and now the competition is all about finding who will be number one. You’ve given...

 

Suspected burglar stuck in window arrested

A suspected burglar has been arrested after they were found stuck in a window. It is understood the intruder was found trying to break into a property in Kettering on Saturday morning. A tweet from the Northamptonshire Police's control room said:...

 

Stoke City: Top five defining matches at the Britannia Stadium

IT IS the Britannia Stadium's final hurrah this weekend, 474 games and out before being rebranded with sponsorship from Bet365. The Brit has given Stoke fans plenty of tears, both happy, sad, angry and frustrated over the past 19 years but we have...

 

Suspected burglar stuck in window arrested

A suspected burglar has been arrested after they were found stuck in a window. It is understood the intruder was found trying to break into a property in Kettering on Saturday morning. A tweet from the Northamptonshire Police's control room said:...

 
Fashion entrepreneur Rebecca in line for national award

Fashion entrepreneur Rebecca in line for national award

0 Have your say A designer who runs her own fashion business from her parents’ house in East Northamptonshire has been nominated for a national award. Rebecca Haddaway, 23, started her own gender-neutral fashion brand ATARAXI when she was just 21 from...

 
More than 600 visits to Kettering A&E by just 20 patients last year

More than 600 visits to Kettering A&E by just 20 patients last year

0 Have your say Kettering General Hospital’s 20 most frequent A&E attenders racked up an astonishing 608 visits between them last year. The most frequent visitor to the town’s casualty department was a man aged 53 who visited 47 times - nearly...

 
Kettering Co-op store set for refurbishment

Kettering Co-op store set for refurbishment

0 Have your say Co-op customers will soon be able to get a wider range of products following a refurbishment at their nearest store. The Co-op store in Lake Avenue, Kettering, is set to have a make-over, which will include a new store layout. Co-op...

 
National award for woman who supports members of the Armed Forces in Rushden

National award for woman who supports members of the Armed Forces in Rushden

0 Have your say A woman who helps members of the Armed Forces in Rushden has won a national award for her selfless dedication and support for others. The Soldiering On Through Life Trust (SOTLT) was formed in 2011 as a not-for-profit organisation to...

 
New Rushden mayor looking forward to being involved in town life

New Rushden mayor looking forward to being involved in town life

0 Have your say The new mayor of Rushden has said she is looking forward to being involved in all aspects of town life during her year in office. Cllr Tracey Smtih was elected as town mayor for 2016-17 at the annual meeting of Rushden Town Council on...

 
Woman wanted to rip her own arm off after toxic caterpillar sting

Woman wanted to rip her own arm off after toxic caterpillar sting

A woman has described how she wanted to scratch her own arm off after being bitten by a toxic caterpillar that was covered in millions of tiny spikes. People in south east London have been left with chronic skin irritation after the brown tail moth...

Metro, 07:09 in Hot News
 

Tom Vickers’ Northampton Saints season review

0 Have your say If you’re someone of a Saints persuasion who prefers to see a glass as half empty, you will probably remember this season as a failure. You will look at the fifth-placed finish and focus on the fact that your club has ended a campaign...

 
China January-April property investment grows 7.2 percent year-on-year

China January-April property investment grows 7.2 percent year-on-year

BEIJING China's real estate investment rose 7.2 percent in the first four months from a year earlier, while growth in the volume of property sold quickened to 36.5 percent, official data showed on Saturday. The investment growth, reported by the...

Reuters, 07:11 in Business
 
FARMING MATTERS: Farm survey suggests majority of farmers back Brexit

FARMING MATTERS: Farm survey suggests majority of farmers back Brexit

0 Have your say With the EU referendum edging ever closer, whether to leave or remain is a hot topic. A survey carried out by Farmers Weekly, the industry’s leading publication, indicated that 58% of farmers back leaving the EU, with just 31% wanting...

 
13 ways you could be breaking the law without knowing

13 ways you could be breaking the law without knowing

0 Have your say Nuisance neighbours are usually associated with loud parties and overflowing rubbish bins. But even if you think you’re a law-abiding citizen, you could be breaking the law when it comes to the people next door. Whether it’s picking...

 
How to beat the bullies

How to beat the bullies

0 Have your say Children and young people who have been the target of bullying are invited to attend a fun, interactive day to learn new strategies and skills. The aim is to raise confidence and improve assertiveness so they are able to deal with...

 


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