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Northamptonshire tourism campaign launched

Which county is home to Britain’s best stately homes? Northamptonshire!

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Rushden High Street

Have your say on Rushden Neighbourhood Plan

People’s views are being sought on Rushden’s Neighbourhood Plan.

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The original nursery at 284, Newton Road in 1964

Party to mark end of an era for Rushden nursery

A family-run nursery which has looked after thousands of children is closing after more than 50 years.

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A recent picture of work progressing at Rushden Lakes (picture by John Bancroft)

REVEALED: Another restaurant joins the line-up for Rushden Lakes

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

The plans to extend Warth Park will be considered next Wednesday

Large turn-out expected at meeting over extension plans for Raunds business park

Plans to extend a business park on the outskirts of Raunds could be approved next week.

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A previous Joules sale at Rockingham Speedway

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.

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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Diamond Wedding: Raunds: Irene and Brian White celebrate their 60th wedding anniversary

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Raunds couple who met at school celebrate 60th wedding anniversary

A Raunds couple who first set eyes on each other in school are celebrating their diamond wedding anniversary.

Police are appealing for witnesses

Stanwick house broken into

A property in Stanwick was broken into at the weekend.

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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Latest pictures of Rushden Lakes taken by John Bancroft

Another high street name joins the line-up for Rushden Lakes

Another high street chain has added its name to the list of stores coming to Rushden Lakes.

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Bernard Vann (front row centre) with the officers of 6th Sherwood

Life of Rushden VC hero celebrated in new book

The life of a Rushden-born fighting clergyman who won the Victoria Cross is to be celebrated in a new book.

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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.

Mayor Tracey Smith presenting John Harley with his award

Rushden man rewarded for his selfless commitment to the community

A man who has given ‘countless hours’ to the community is the winner of this year’s Rushden Mayor’s Award.

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Scarlett Bladon, 10, signing copies of her book with Edward Bladon, seven, Nick Bladon and Rachel Bladon

Wish granted for Higham Ferrers girl recovering from severe bout of pneumonia

A seriously ill 10-year-old girl had her wish come true when she had an exclusive signing for her very own book.

Deenethorpe Airfield, part of which will be the site of the new village called Tresham

New East Northants village is named

One of the area’s most famous historical families will be remembered in the naming of a new garden village near Deenethorpe.

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How much should you have to pay to park?

How much should you have to pay to park?

How much should you have to pay to leave your car in a council-owned car park?

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East Northants Council is having problems with its website which may be affecting people trying to contact them or use their online services

East Northants Council website working again after problems

A council website is back up and running after experiencing problems earlier today.

Marshall Martin

Memorial dance for all who knew Marshall Martin of Rushden

A dance will be held in memory of a man well-known for his teaching, love of folk music and work with young people.

Celebrations for the outstanding Ofsted report

Outstanding Ofsted report for Irthlingborough nursery

Staff, parents and children are celebrating after their playgroup was rated as outstanding in all areas.

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