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Kettering steak house hopes to be a cut above the rest

A new premium steak house will officially open its doors today (Friday) in Kettering.

The rise is �1 per week for a Band D property in Raunds

Town council defends rise in council tax for people in Raunds

A council has released a statement explaining the reasons behind an increase in its share of the council tax bill.


PICTURE GALLERY: Rushden pupils enjoy science day organised by Wellingborough school

A Wellingborough school has been sharing its love of science with pupils from Rushden.

Walter Tull lived in Rushden and played for Cobblers

Call for posthumous Military Cross for former Cobblers player from Rushden

More than 120 MPs are calling for a posthumous Military Cross to be awarded to Walter Tull – the first black officer in the British Army and one of the first black professional footballers.

Eleanor Laverick marketing and volunteer officer at Kelmarsh Hall.'PICTURE: ANDREW CARPENTER

£1.6 million upgrade to boost crowds at this historic tourist spot near Market Harborough

It’s been a half-hidden gem of north Northamptonshire for the best part of 300 years.

Police news

Gold stolen in Barton Seagrave burglary

Burglars stole gold and watches after breaking into a house in Barton Seagrave.

Emergency services are at the scene

TRAFFIC: Road closed after serious crash in Rothwell

Motorists are being advised to avoid Glendon Road, Rothwell, following a serious crash this morning (Friday).

Peter Bone and Nigel Farage during a walkabout in Wellingborough to publicise Grassroots Out in January 2016

Wellingborough MP Peter Bone: “I’ve no link with Cambridge Analytica”

A Brexit campaign organisation founded by Wellingborough MP Peter Bone never used data from under-fire firm Cambridge Analytica, Mr Bone has said.

One of the previous Joules sales at Rockingham Speedway

Bag a bargain when Joules sale returns to Corby this weekend

Shoppers are being promised up to 70 per cent off when the Joules sale is back in Corby this weekend.

The possible new Gipsy Lane roundabout junction. NNL-180322-120937005

Roundabout wins in battle to make Kettering junction safer

A new roundabout will be built to ease traffic at a busy Kettering junction after a 350-home development was granted.

The presentation to Graham Campbell from Glamis Hall

Wellingborough firm continues to show its support for community centre

A Wellingborough company has continued its support of a community centre with its latest donation of £500.

L-R: Rakesh Patel, Cllr James Burton and Raj Punni at the ribbon cutting. NNL-180322-132111005

Restaurant opens at iconic Kettering hotel

A recently refurbished Kettering hotel steeped in history opened the doors to its restaurant today (Thursday).

Ringing the changes at Northamptonshire village church

Ringing the changes at Northamptonshire village church

One village’s church bells will soon be ringing for the last time for about four months.

Jim Wade, who has died aged 75.

Campaigning Corby rail champion dies

A community-minded man who fought for years for the return of Corby’s railway station has died.

What does your council tax pay for?

What services are paid for by council tax in East Northants?

As council tax bills land on doormats across the district, East Northamptonshire Council (ENC) is reminding people about what they get for their money and where the funds go to deliver services.

Anyone with information can contact Northamptonshire Police on 101. Alternatively, they can call the independent charity Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.

Man knocked unconscious and had mobile phone stolen in Northampton

A man has received medical treatment after sustaining facial injuries during a robbery in Northampton
From left, Janine Musson, Maureen Ellis,  Mayor of Rushden Barbara Jenney, Joanne Vissian and Paul Clarke. Maureen Ellis was also nominated but, as she already has a Mayor's Award from 2012, was invited along to the presentation to receive a certificate for her continued voluntary work and commitment in the community over the past five years

Rushden Mayor honours people who help make town a better place

A town mayor has honoured four people for their work to make a difference in the community.

Town GVs: Corby: Corby Town Centre George Street, Bus Stop''Saturday October 29 2016 NNL-161029-212115009

Corby bus users will benefit from service changes

Bus users travelling from Corby to Oundle and Peterborough will soon benefit from an increased timetable.

Ben Walker, 15  died of a suspected heart attack mid-way through a football match he was playing. See NTI copy NTITEEN: A talented teenage footballer collapsed and died of a suspected heart attack mid-way through an under 15s match. Tragic Ben Walker, 15, fell on the pitch in front of horrified teammates and onlookers as his side Thrapston Town Juniors FC were playing on Friday (28/4). The sports-mad teen, who was also an avid cricketer, was rushed to hospital but sadly passed away later that day. NNL-170405-133554001

Youngster’s half-marathon effort in memory of Thrapston footballer Ben

A Poppies youth player will run a half-marathon to mark the first anniversary of the death of his close friend.

The Finedon Road bridge in Wellingborough. NNL-180321-105950005

Wellingborough bridge to shut today for six months

A busy bridge on the edge of Wellingborough’s Finedon Road Industrial Estate will close today (Thursday) for six months.

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