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BA and easyJet passengers could pay £25 charge for flight delay complaints

It could cost airline passengers £25 for making a complaint, following the introduction of new aviation rules.

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Dead end jobs are bad for your health says a new report

Dead-end jobs are bad for your health

Being stuck in a dead end job by your early 40s is bad for your health.

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Stanwick

Developer withdraws appeal over plans for 198 houses on edge of Stanwick

A developer who was appealing a decision to refuse plans for up to 198 houses on the outskirts of a village has withdrawn it.

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Bank Retirement: Corby:  Madeline McAlpine is retiring from Natwest after working for the bank for 55 years
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Corby woman cashes her final cheque after working at same bank for 55 years

A bank worker has bid a fond farewell to customers and colleagues after working there for more than half a century.

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Ria and Jonathan's wedding earlier this year

Wellingborough tearoom to close as owner starts new chapter in her life

An award-winning tearoom is to close its doors as it’s owner looks forward to a new chapter in her life.

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The Red Arrows fly-past over the Grenson site in Rushden

Rushden shoe firm celebrates 150 years in business with party and fly-past

Staff looked to the skies as the Red Arrows helped a Rushden-based shoe firm celebrate 150 years in business.

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Product recall

B&Q recalls power tool over spitting metal safety fears

DIY retailer B&Q has issued a recall notice after testS showed a power tool could fail, spitting metal shards at its user.

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It’s thanks and goodbye from well-known Corby firm

It’s thanks and goodbye from well-known Corby firm

A couple who have run a well-known family firm in Corby for the past two decades are set for retirement.

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BHS final closing date pushed back

BHS final closing date delayed ‘because stockrooms are full’

The final closing date for many BHS stores has been postponed because stockrooms are still full of clothes and homewares.

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Learner drivers will be able to take their tests in Wellingborough again from next month

Driving test centre to re-open in Wellingborough at new location

Learner drivers will soon be able to take their tests in Wellingborough again.

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Accident news

Man dies in crash on A6 near Rothwell

A man has died following a crash on the A6 near Rothwell.

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Children playing at Wellingborough's own beach

Special Jamaican night to mark the end of Wellingborough beach

A one-off Jamaican night is being held to mark the end of a summer of fun with Wellingborough’s very own beach.

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A new business called 'Potato by Post' has been set up by an entrepreneur in Northamptonshire

Smash hit or small fry? Northants entrepreneur hoping for success with new ‘potato by post’ business

A Northants entrepreneur is hoping to cash in his chips on his latest business idea offering people the chance to send a message on a potato through the post.

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The Weetabix factory in Burton Latimer

Union working with staff over proposals to change shifts at Burton Latimer-based Weetabix

Union members who work at cereal giant Weetabix are being balloted over proposed changes to their shifts.

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Product warning

Children’s comforter recalled due to choking fears

A range of Winnie the Pooh and Dumbo comforters have been recalled due to a choking hazard.

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Saints rugby stars Tom Wood, Alex Waller and Mike Haywood at the opening of Jeylato's in Earls Barton

Saints stars cut the ribbon at official opening of Earls Barton ice cream bar

Customers can cool off by popping into a new ice cream bar in Earls Barton.

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David Dickinson

Dickinson’s Real Deal to roll into Northampton

If you have antiques collect dust in the attic you can take them along for the experts at Dickinson’s Real Deal to value when they come to Northampton.

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The Greenhill Rise Post Office is having a revamp

Revamp of Corby Post Office will offer extended hours and Sunday opening

Customers will be offered longer opening hours as part of the modernisation of Corby’s Greenhill Rise Post Office.

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How to avoid making yourself a crime target with your social media posts

How to avoid making yourself a crime target with your social media posts

Social media can increasingly tell potential burglars information that will make their job much easier.

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Product recall

Light bulbs recalled due to electric shock risk

A batch of light bulbs have been recalled due to a ‘serious’ manufacturing error which has led to a risk of electric shock.

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