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Beach attraction making a welcome return to Wellingborough

People are being invited to dig out their buckets and spades once again when the Wellingborough beach opens next month.

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BTP would like to speak to these people.

Do you recognise these Flying Scotsman fans who trespassed on line near Wellingborough?

British Transport Police are appealing for help in identifying Flying Scotsman fans who trespassed on the line near Wellingborough when it visited the county last month.

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The cheese has been released in line with Parma Violets 70th birthday. NNL-160720-161905001

Would you try Parma Violets cheese? It’s a thing...

In a time of weird food fads, we just have to ask - would you try this?

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One of the new bridges

Work set to start on new bridges for Wellingborough’s Stanton Cross development

Work is due to start next month on two new bridges as part of a major housing development for Wellingborough.

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The Puff Inn serves MOD staff based on Hirta, the largest island in the St Kilda archipelago - 112 miles west of the Scottish mainland. Picture: Ian Rutherford/TSPL NNL-160720-160037001

Wanted: Bar staff for UK’s most remote pub

IT IS the most remote pub in the British Isles, with a clientele of no more than 20.

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Kellogg’s rapped by watchdog over Special K nutrition claims

Kellogg’s rapped by watchdog over Special K nutrition claims

Cereal giant Kellogg’s has been rapped by watchdogs over “full of goodness” and “nutritious” claims made in two ads for its Special K range.

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Supermarket recalls Rocky Road brownie over allergy fears

Asda is pulling thousands of Mini Rocky Road bites off the shelves because the label failed to mention they contain egg.

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110,000 holiday bookings at risk as low cost travel firm goes bust

110,000 holiday bookings at risk as low cost travel firm goes bust

A cut-price travel firm has gone into administration - putting more than 100,000 holiday bookings with the firm at risk.

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The driver of a Jaguar was seriously hurt after their car left the road near Brigstock at the weekend

Driver seriously hurt after crash near Corby

The driver of a Jaguar was seriously hurt after their car left the road near Brigstock at the weekend.

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Excavators have moved into the former Stanion Plantation site in Corby NNL-160715-162443001

Corby’s largest ever ‘big sheds’ could help bring 3,000 new jobs to the town

The ground is being cleared to build Corby’s biggest warehouses ten years after the controversial scheme was first proposed.

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Photo by Co-op Group

Two Co-op food stores in Northamptonshire are to be sold by the supermarket chain

Co-op food stores in Daventry and Wellingborough will be sold by the company later this year.

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A masterplan to build 35,000 homes and create more than 30,000 jobs between now and 2031 has been formally adopted

Masterplan for 35,000 homes and 30,000 jobs for Corby, Kettering, Wellingborough and Rushden adopted

A masterplan to build 35,000 homes and create more than 30,000 jobs between now and 2031 has been formally adopted.

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Corby is the cheapest place on a train line to live within 100 miles of London NNL-160714-171614001

Corby: The cheapest place to live within 100 miles of London

Corby is the cheapest place to live within 100 miles of London, according to new figures.

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Corby Post Office closure raised in House of Commons

The closure of Corby’s main post office branch has been discussed this morning in the Houses of Parliament.

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The start of the Kick-start scheme run by Spire Homes

Apprenticeships up for grabs for youngsters in the Rushden area

A group of students are swapping their summer holidays for a work experience programme with apprenticeships up for grabs at the end.

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Students warned over 'smart drug' pregnancy risk

Taking multivitamins in pregnancy ‘a waste of time’

Mums-to-be who take multi-vitamins to boost their baby’s health are wasting their money as most don’t need them, a new study has warned.

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Roy Rickhuss

Steel union calls for Tata to ‘come clean’ about future of Corby plant following halting of sale process

The boss of a steelworkers union has hit out at the uncertainty surrounding the future of Tata Steel.

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The Castle theatre in Wellingborough

Support continues to come in as council works on re-opening Wellingborough theatre

People have been thanked for their support as a council is busy trying to get the town theatre re-opened.

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Oakley Vale Community Centre - funding under threat

Community groups appeal against Corby Council funding cuts

Corby and Kettering Citizens Advice Bureau and Oakley Vale Community Centre are to lose a significant portion of their Corby Council funding.

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Nene Park in Irthlingborough.

Plans to redevelop former home of Rushden and Diamonds FC recommended for refusal

Plans to demolish a football stadium and turn the site into a new retail and leisure scheme have been recommended for refusal.

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