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Have your say on new orders to tackle anti-social behaviour in Wellingborough

People are being asked for their views on new orders to tackle anti-social behaviour in Wellingborough.

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The dumped freezer

Man who dumped freezer full of rotting food in East Northants caught after warrant issued

A man is paying the price after pleading guilty to fly-tipping a freezer full of rotting food in East Northants.

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Investigation into large diesel spill at Weetabix’s Burton Latimer site

The Environment Agency says it is investigating the spillage of a large amount of diesel at a Burton Latimer site.

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Campaign to reduce litter in Kettering raises £700 for charities

A three-month project to reduce litter in Kettering saw three local charities benefit to the tune of more than £700.

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How the new boathouse will look when it opens

Canoe2 signs lease for new boathouse at Rushden Lakes

The future is looking buoyant for this firm after signing on the dotted line for the new boathouse at Rushden Lakes.

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The new bridge is being installed as part of the Stanton Cross development

Date for installation of Wellingborough’s new Stanton Cross bridge revealed

A bridge which will be a key part of a major new housing development is due to be installed this month.

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One of the new waste vehicles

Fleet of new waste vehicles for Wellingborough

A fleet of new waste vehicles equipped with the latest technology have taken to the streets of Wellingborough.

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Anglian Water donates £100,000 after sewage spill in Corby brook kills 500 fish

Anglian Water is to pay £100,000 to the Rockingham Forest Trust to make amends for discharging crude sewage into Willow Brook in Corby.

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Geoff Dyne and Cllr Nick Beck at the demonstration in December

Reassurance for Raunds residents over business park extension plans

Residents have been reassured that plans for an extension to a business park in Raunds have yet to be considered.

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Third Avenue is one of the roads where trees have had to be cut down

Reassurance for Wellingborough residents concerned by number of trees being cut down

A council leader has reassured residents that Wellingborough ‘values its trees’ after concerns were raised over trees facing the chop.

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Concerns have been raised over the felling of trees in Wellingborough, including in Eastfield Road

Concerns over removal of dangerous trees in Wellingborough

A number of trees have been cut down in Wellingborough because they are deemed to be dangerous.

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The partially burnt-out vehicle at Cransley Park

Mess left on site off A43 at Kettering after Travellers leave

A partially burnt-out vehicle and a gas canister are among the items left littering a site just off one of the main roads into Kettering.

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Nene Park could soon be demolished

Nene Park stadium to be demolished

A football stadium which was home to Rushden & Diamonds as well as Kettering Town looks set for demolition.

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The view across Skew Lake at Rushden Lakes

Wildlife will be at the heart of Rushden Lakes scheme

Rushden Lakes will be more than just a shopping and leisure destination – with wildlife being a key part of it.

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Greenpeace calls on politicians to clean up the UK’s air in Kettering protest

Greenpeace activists took to Kettering with a cutout of Mary Poppins wearing a pollution mask to voice their concerns over air quality.

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Council investigating “toxic” smell lingering over Burton Latimer

Kettering Council says it is investigating reports of a toxic odour which left one Burton Latimer resident’s eyes watering.

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Families warned ahead of Flytipping Friday

Families warned ahead of Flytipping Friday

Families have been warned to resist the temptation to dump unwanted rubbish as Britain prepares for the busiest fly-tipping weekend of the year.

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Turkeys

How your Christmas turkey arrives already stuffed – with antibiotics

You may consider the turkey to be a traditional part of your Christmas celebrations. But however you cook it, something about this festive bird is changing – it’s getting fatter.

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East Northants Council has issued a reminder about recycling over the Christmas period

Christmas rubbish collection and recycling reminders for East Northants

East Northamptonshire Council has said it is trying to keep disruption of refuse and recycling collections to a minimum over the festive period.

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The fly-tipping in Goulsbra Road, Rushden

Corby is north Northamptonshire’s flytipping hotspot

Corby has seen the highest number of flytipping incidents in the north of the county this year.

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