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Have your say on Rushden Neighbourhood Plan

People’s views are being sought on Rushden’s Neighbourhood Plan. The plan is being prepared and progressed by Rushden Town Council under the provision of the Localism Act 2011. It is Rushden’s opportunity to influence what type of place it wants to be fo

today, 17:21 in Regional East
 

Man smashes van windscreen in road rage incident in Corby

A man deliberately smashed the windscreen of a white Mercedes van during a road rage incident in Corby. The incident happened when the van was being driven along Phoenix Park Way towards Lloyds Road in the town. A spokesman for Northants Police said: “A

today, 17:08 in Regional East
 

Kettering fashion show for charity

A fashion show in aid of a breast cancer charity is taking place in Kettering. The show will be held at M&Co in Gold Street from 7pm on Wednesday, March 29. A store spokesman said: “M&Co are excited to be hosting an evening of fashion and...

today, 17:08 in Regional East
 

All change as new £1 coin poised to enter circulation – but companies unprepared

It will be all change in Britain on Tuesday when the new £1 coin enters circulation but millions of commuters could be left facing fresh chaos as it emerged 11 out of 18 rail providers had not upgraded their machines and would be unable to accept the new

today, 17:08 in Regional East
 

Readers' Red Nose Day fundraising photos from around Northamptonshire

The people of Northamptonshire embraced Red Nose Day once more this year, and took part in all sorts of events to raise money. Here are some of the photos sent in to us at the newspaper:

today, 14:37 in Regional East
 

Kettering man charged with online grooming of boys

Detectives have today charged a man with a number of offences relating to the online grooming of teenage boys. Stuart Baker, 40, formerly of Kettering, faces 10 charges of inciting children to engage in sexual activity and a further five allegations rela

today, 13:51 in Regional East
 

Cat has eye surgery after being shot in Kettering

A cat required surgery after being shot with an air rifle in Kettering. Alfie the cat was found by his owners in St Johns Road, Kettering, with an eye injury, which is believed to have happened between 2pm and 4pm on Saturday, March 18. Officers would li

today, 12:50 in Regional East
 

Join in with great town centre Easter Egg Hunt

Families are being encouraged to get involved with a huge Easter Egg Hunt taking place in Kettering town centre between Tuesday, April 4, and Saturday, April 15. Kettering Council has teamed up with a number of town centre shops to create an egg-citing h

today, 12:41 in Regional East
 

Man injured after being knocked down during hit-and-run in Corby

A man was left with injuries to his wrist after a hit-and-run in Corby. The man was walking along Oakley Road between 11pm and midnight on Saturday, March 18, when he was knocked down as he crossed the junction with Burghley Drive. A police spokesman sai

today, 12:41 in Regional East
 

Modernisation work gives a glimpse into church past

Layers of remarkable ancient history are being uncovered as part of an extensive programme of modernisation by St Peter’s Church in Oundle. The work is part of a series of six building phases – costing approximately £200,000 – which is designed to develo

today, 11:44 in Regional East
 

Natalie wins beauty prize despite her late illness

A Wellingborough mum has won a beauty pageant and helped to raise more than £1,400 for a good cause. Natalie Allen was taking part in Carnival Queen International in Huddersfield and took home the overall prize as well as the award for the Best Fashion T

today, 11:39 in Regional East
 

33 is the magic number - the age when Brits think they can afford a house

The average age when Britons living in rented accommodation think they’ll be able to afford their own house is 33. The survey by Spark Energy found that one in six respondents (17 per cent) don’t believe they will ever be able to raise the money to purch

today, 11:39 in Regional East
 

Thieves flee after being disturbed during Corby burglary

A gang of four men escaped with a safe and other items despite being disturbed after breaking into a house in Corby. The victim returned to his house in Long Close, Corby, at about 8.25pm on Thursday, March 23, to find an Audi A3 RS parked near his house

today, 10:58 in Regional East
 

Nearly a third of us won’t see mums for Mothering Sunday

Nearly a third of all Brits will not see their mums this Mothering Sunday and almost half will not even send a card, according to a poll. Just 30 per cent of Brit adults will make the effort to see their mothers this weekend while only 40 per cent can be

today, 10:58 in Regional East
 

CCTV pictures released of duo who may have information about assault on Northampton man in an underpass

Northamptonshire Police believe the two men seen in the footage may have information about an assault that also involved criminal damage. The incident happened at about 1pm on Saturday, March 25 in the underpass from Thornhill to Briar Hill, when a 29-ye

today, 10:43 in Regional East
 


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