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Agency social workers offered up to £15k lump sum and five days' holiday to stay... six months after Northamptonshire County Council staff denied pay increments

Social workers on temporary contracts are being offered sizeable 'golden hellos' and extra annual leave to stay with County Hall.

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Car Park B at KGH

Union: KGH staff victims of ‘ludicrous’ £20 parking fees

A trade union says a temporary £20 parking fee at KGH will mean staff will bear the burden of the addition of a second tier to Car Park B.

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Kettering paedophile watched videos of children performing sex acts ‘because he was bored’

Kettering paedophile watched videos of children performing sex acts ‘because he was bored’

A Kettering man who viewed indecent videos of children performing sex acts has avoided a prison sentence.

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Volunteers will be out in Raunds during the next six weeks

Speeding motorists to be targeted in Raunds

Volunteers are gearing up to target drivers who break the speed limit on roads in and around Raunds.

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Stuart Baker.

Former teaching assistant who tried to trick boys into sending images to him is jailed

A former teaching assistant has been jailed for a string of child sex offences.

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People queuing outside the Pemberton Centre ahead of today's jobs and skills fair

Hundreds of jobs on offer at Rushden Lakes recruitment event today

Up to 600 jobs are on offer at today’s jobs and skills fair for Rushden Lakes.

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James DeGale will be in Wellingborough tomorrow (Saturday)

Fans can meet Olympic boxer in Wellingborough this weekend

Boxing fans have the chance to meet an Olympic gold medallist when he is in Wellingborough tomorrow (Saturday).

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Pupils at Southfield School in 1992

APPEAL: Kettering school’s search for past students to inspire future generations

A Kettering school is appealing for former students who can inspire the current generation to be successful in the classroom and beyond.

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Members of the public lay flowers and pay their respects in St Ann's Square, Manchester to the 22 killed at Mondays terror attack. At least 22 people have died, with more than 60 injured after Salman Abedi detonated a bomb in the Manchester Arena, at 10:30pm Monday, 22 May 2017. Chief Constable Ian Hopkins of GMP said "This is a fast-moving investigation and we have significant resources deployed to both the investigation and the visible patrols that people will see across Greater Manchester as they wake up to news of the events last night. This will include armed officers as people would expect. More than 400 officers have been involved in this operation during the night." NNL-170525-105358005

Vigil for Manchester attack victims to take place in Wellingborough tonight

A vigil for those hit by the Manchester bomb attack will take place tonight (Friday).

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Major repairs planned for historic building near Corby

East Carlton Hall near Corby could be set for major repairs.

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The Stanton Cross site.

Investigation into industrial accident at Wellingborough’s Stanton Cross continues

Investigations into yesterday’s accident at Wellingborough’s Stanton Cross development are continuing.

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Kettering town centre retains award for vibrant evening economy

Kettering town centre retains award for vibrant evening economy

Kettering town centre has been awarded the ‘Purple Flag’ for a second time.

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Angela Verden

Northamptonshire Police appeal for help to find missing woman

A 39-year-old woman from Weedon has been declared missing.

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Rushden Lakes

RECRUITMENT: Jobs fair for Rushden Lakes tomorrow

A jobs and skills fair to help jobseekers find work at Rushden Lakes is being held tomorrow (Friday).

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The Crazy Hats Choir

Singers pitch in to raise more than £2,000 for Wellingborough breast cancer charity

These singers hit all the right notes to help raise more than £2,000 for charity.

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Speeding: The issue that can kill on Northamptonshire roads

Speeding: The issue that can kill on Northamptonshire roads

Intentionally or not, all motorists have broken the speed limit at some point in their life.

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Bid to convert pub near Corby into house rejected

Corby Council has refused an application to convert a village pub into a house.

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Worker seriously hurt at Wellingborough’s Stanton Cross development

A man has been seriously hurt while working at the new Stanton Cross housing development in Wellingborough.

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Noisy neighbour from Kettering ordered to pay £7,500

A woman who breached a noise abatement notice in Kettering served after holding loud parties has been ordered to pay £7,500.

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