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House of Fraser prepares to open its doors to shoppers at Rushden Lakes

Shoppers will be able to get their first look around the new House of Fraser store when it opens at Rushden Lakes on Thursday (August 24).

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Aggressive begging has been a problem in Kettering town centre in recent months

Authorities working together to tackle aggressive begging in Kettering town centre

Police are working with the council to crackdown on aggressive begging in Kettering.

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Members of the team from Utility Bidder

Staff from Corby firm taking on Three Peaks challenge for hospice

Colleagues from Utility Bidder in Corby have set themselves the challenge of climbing the three highest mountains in the UK in 24 hours for Lakelands Hospice.

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Primark reveals how to pronounce shop name

Primark reveals how to pronounce shop name

It’s a debate that you may not know exists, but in the world of social media, it has been a hotly debated topic.

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Philip Saxby

Three Great Taste Awards for cider maker based near Wellingborough

They say good news often comes in threes, and that’s definitely true for Saxby’s Cider.

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UK’s longest sausage roll coming to Morrisons

UK’s longest sausage roll coming to Morrisons

Morrisons is to sell the UK’s longest sausage roll – for just £1.

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Complaints about parking charges more than doubled in the last year

Complaints about parking charges more than doubled in the last year

Complaints about parking charges more than doubled in the last year according to the latest figures released by consumer advice website, Resolver.

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House of Fraser is opening at Rushden Lakes on August 24

RUSHDEN LAKES: Find out which stores are already open and what’s coming soon

Thousands of shoppers have visited Rushden Lakes since the first stores opened last month, but there’s still more to come.

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The proposed care home would have access off Niort Way in Wellingborough

Plans for new 66-bed care home in Wellingborough

A new care home could be built in Wellingborough if plans are given the go-ahead.

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WelliFest is taking place from September 1 to 3

Festival to celebrate everything that Wellingborough has to offer

A giant robot, vintage car exhibition and a flower arranging competition are just some of the events people can expect at the town’s first WelliFest.

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The full list of products withdrawn due to contaminated eggs

The full list of products withdrawn due to contaminated eggs

The food standards agency have released an updated list of products in the UK which have been withdrawn due to possible contamination with the Fipronil insecticide.

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Maliyah Lothian (two) at the opening of Next at Rushden Lakes

Another store opens for business at Rushden Lakes

Next has welcomed its first customers through the doors of its new store at Rushden Lakes.

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Hornett Wholefoods in Midland Road, Wellingborough

Loss for Wellingborough as independent shop says it is closing down

An independent trader is calling it a day after seeing her healthy and wholesome products appearing on more and more shelves elsewhere.

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Traffic won't be able to turn right here.

TRAFFIC: Council to trial temporary right turn ban at Kettering junction

Northamptonshire County Council will trial a temporary ban on traffic turning right out of Gipsy Lane into Rothwell Road.

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Tesco

Tesco announces plans to scrap 5p single-use plastic bags

Shoppers at Tesco stores across Britain will no longer be able to buy 5p ‘single-use’ plastic carrier bags from the end of the month.

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Motorists are being warned to expect delays

Boy, four, hit by car while crossing road near Rushden supermarket

Police are appealing for witnesses after a four-year-old boy was involved in a collision in Crown Way, Rushden, on Saturday afternoon (August 5).

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Product warning

Mothercare recalls baby bouncer due to injury risk

Mothercare has announced a voluntary recall of one of its own-brand baby bouncer chairs after it emerged that the fabric seat could become detached from the frame, resulting in a child falling through.

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High heels

6 reasons to ditch high heels as researchers call for change

Researchers at Aberdeen University have said that more needs to be done to stop women being forced to wear high heels in the workplace after finding direct links between wearing high heels and injury.

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People have reacted to the BBC pay revelations

Prime-time BBC quiz show looking for contestants

The BBC is looking for contestants from our county for a new game show with a difference.

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TRAFFIC: Barton Seagrave road set for temporary road closures

TRAFFIC: Barton Seagrave road set for temporary road closures

A main route out of Kettering will close during the day next week.

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