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IN COURT: Who’s been sentenced from Kettering, Northampton, Oundle, Weldon, Wellingborough and Wollaston

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Sir Christopher Hatton Academy in Wellingborough

Expansion plans for Wellingborough school could be approved this week

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PICTURE SPECIAL: Snowdrop weekend, Chelveston

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Warning over cold call fraudsters claiming to be from Home Office

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Channel 4 wants contestants for new series of Hunted

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How to work out if someone has blocked you from Facebook

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Video: Prezzo turns to the dark side with the launch of the UK’s first charcoal-based pizza

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Poundland selling video games for £5? It’s the 1980s all over again

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Fawlty Towers 2? John Cleese has a new BBC sitcom – and it starts this weekend

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PICTURE GALLERY: Northampton Saints 25 London Irish 17

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Heinrich Brssow started for Saints against London Irish (picture: Sharon Lucey)

First Saints start so special for Brüssow

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Andy Peaks applauds the AFC Rushden & Diamonds fans after he guided his team to another win as they beat Chalfont St Peter at Hayden Road. Pictures by Alison Bagley

Peaks hails 'a massive three points' for Diamonds

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Mathew Stevens scored twice in Kettering Town's 6-0 victory over Bishop's Stortford

Law hails Kettering's 'professional and enjoyable' display

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Northampton Saints 25 London Irish 17: Tom Vickers' review and player ratings

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Return to winning ways leaves Kinniburgh 'absolutely delighted'

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VERDICT: Another win and a big one for relentless Diamonds

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UCL: Marsh's Doughboys march on but Raunds' hopes are hit

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BWitched are the latest act to be added to the line up

B*Witched added to StepBack 90s concert line up in Coventry

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Granny's Attic

Acts reveaeld or this year's Raunds Music Festival

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PICTURE SPECIAL: Snowdrop weekend, Chelveston

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Video: Prezzo turns to the dark side with the launch of the UK’s first charcoal-based pizza

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Poundland selling video games for £5? It’s the 1980s all over again

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