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Compromise offered in funding row over future of Corby Urgent Care Centre

A compromise has been put forward in the funding row over the future of Corby Urgent Care Centre.

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Council in talks with both parties involved in funding row over Corby Urgent Care Centre

Corby Council is in talks with both parties about the funding row which has led to fears over the future of Corby’s Urgent Care Centre.

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Bike stolen from Corby’s Willow Place

A teenage boy stole a mountain bike from Corby’s Willow Place.

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Great Oakley ballroom dancer heads to Blackpool

Great Oakley ballroom dancer heads to Blackpool

A young ballroom dancing couple are heading to Blackpool this Easter with the hope of retaining their British Junior Champions title.

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Jobs under threat at Corby store as Brantano enters administration

Six employees face an uncertain future after a well-known shoe seller entered administration.

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Corby Urgent Care Centre

Funding row leads to fears over future of Corby Urgent Care Centre

Patients are being reassured that an urgent care centre is not closing despite a row over funding.

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Police are appealing for witnesses

Thieves steal key from safe before breaking into Corby property

Thieves forced open a key safe in a communal area of some residential flats and used the key to enter a property in Argyll Street, Corby.

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Man exposed himself and urinated on pavement in Corby

A man indecently exposed himself and urinated on the pavement near a mini supermarket in Corby.

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Lee Hurst

Comedian Lee Hurst comes to Corby

Chatting to comedian Lee Hurst, you get the feeling that he likes to go his own way with things.

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Corby Hockey Club to relaunch next week

A Corby sports club will be back up-and-running next week five years after it folded.

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Big Joules sale coming back to Corby

Shoppers are being promised ‘a room full of the best deals ever’ when the Joules sale returns to Corby.

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Social carers say patient confidentiality often keeps them from talking about their success stories.

Northamptonshire's social workers would talk more about their role - if they could

Social workers say they have a bad reputation because the public is not allowed to see what they a lot of what they do.

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Inspector Morse author who taught at Corby school dies aged 86

The author of the Inspector Morse books, who used to teach in Corby, has died.

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Tom chats to pupils.

Corby MP quizzed by Wellingborough pupils

MP for Corby and East Northants Tom Pursglove went back to his old school for a question and answer session with pupils.

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Ray Chambers.

Corby teacher misses out in competition to find world’s best

A teacher from Corby fell at the final hurdle in a competition to find the world’s best.

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Cash stolen in Corby Subway burglary

Police are appealing for witnesses after a burglary at a Corby food outlet.

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Around 700 street lights across the county will need replacing after it emerged they had been fitted with a temporary bulb.

Council admits hundreds of Northamptonshire street lights have been fitted with dim 'temporary bulb'

More than 700 street lights in Northamptonshire will have to be replaced after council bosses revealed contractors had fitted a set of dim temporary bulbs without informing the public.

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Corby school named among England’s best-performing for Ebacc

Brooke Weston Academy has been congratulated for being one of the nation’s best-performing schools for the English Baccalaureate.

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STAGES needs your votes.

Corby group needs your votes for £50,000 funding boost

A community group in Corby needs your votes to run a project supporting people suffering from mental illnesses or recovering from alcohol or drug addiction.

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Northamptonshire veterans to travel to London for Northern Ireland justice march

A group of veterans will travel from Finedon to London to join a march in protest against the launching of criminal investigations.

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