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Raunds man urges people with mental health issues to speak out

A man who has hidden his mental health issues for 30 years says nobody should suffer in silence.

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A crew from Magpas was called to the crash

Girl put into induced coma after suffering head injuries in crash near Raunds

A young girl was put into an induced coma before being taken to hospital following a crash near Raunds.

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Work continues to restore gas supply to homes in Oundle

Work continues to restore gas supply to homes in Oundle

Engineers are continuing to work towards restoring gas supply to properties in Oundle.

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4.50pm UPDATE: Fault fixed but incident ongoing after Oundle residents left without gas

4.50pm UPDATE: Fault fixed but incident ongoing after Oundle residents left without gas

Engineers have fixed the fault which left people in Oundle without gas today (Thursday).

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Engineers called out after residents left without gas in Oundle

Engineers called out after residents left without gas in Oundle

More than 50 engineers are trying to fix a problem with the gas supply in Oundle today (Thursday).

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East Northants Council's Thrapston offices

Changes to East Northants Council offices opening times

East Northamptonshire Council’s offices will open an hour later one day a week to make time for staff training.

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Last year's winners Ann Kadiri and Megan Graham with last year's mayor Kaye Rawlins

Search to find Rushden’s unsung heroes

Nominations are needed for the annual search to recognise people who go the extra mile to help others in their town.

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Pupils from Years 4 and 6 at Whitefriars Junior School with the Poppy Cup and members of Rushden RBL

Rushden schoolchildren help raise more than £2,000 for Poppy Appeal

Schoolchildren from across Rushden have been thanked for their help in raising more than £2,000 for the Poppy Appeal.

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Neil now looks forward to catching up on his gardening and has a three-week holiday to New Zealand to look forward to post retirement

Brigstock man retires after 50 years at same company

A workshop supervisor from Brigstock has taken retirement after 50 years service.

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More than 2,000 people have sued the council for pothole damage over the past four years.

Council to receive £17m to fix Northamptonshire’s roads after figures reveal about 500 drivers sue for pothole damage every year

A £1.1m designated pothole grant is included in a £17m package of Government funding aimed at fixing the county’s routes.

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One of the new restaurant units taking shape at Rushden Lakes

Is this confirmation of first restaurant coming to Rushden Lakes?

A well-known restaurant chain is looking to be part of Rushden’s new multi-million pound retail and leisure scheme.

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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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Tony Butcher in action

Can you help Rushden fitness instructor get to America for disabled strongman contest?

A man who was told he wouldn’t walk again needs your help to get to America to compete against disabled strongmen from around the world.

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The off-peak traffic lights will be in place from January 23

TRAFFIC: Road closures on A45 near Rushden

Drivers are being warned about road closures on the A45 later this week.

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Alfie Richards from Irthlingborough Junior School

Budding Willy Wonka from Irthlingborough wins national chocolate bar competition

A primary school pupil has won a national competition to mark the centenary of Roald Dahl’s birth after inventing a new chocolate bar.

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Carla and Rita.

Rushden family’s heartbreak as mum diagnosed with Alzheimer’s aged just 36

A Rushden mother has spoken of the agony of seeing her daughter become bedbound in a care home and unable to recognise her family because of a rare genetic form of Alzheimer’s she developed in her 30s.

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The site in Church Street, Irthlingborough

New plans for shops and houses on former factory site in Irthlingborough

Revised plans to build shops and housing on a former factory site have been submitted.

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Peterborough Crown Court.

Northamptonshire accountant jailed for evading £111,000 of VAT

A qualified accountant who stole more than £111,000 in VAT has been jailed.

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