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‘Stand up if you love the Town’: is it time safe standing was introduced at Sixfields?

Northampton Town Supporters’ Trust is set to consult Cobblers fans on whether they would like to see safe standing introduced at Sixfields.

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Karl was last seen on October 18

Police growing increasingly concerned for missing man from Kettering

Police are appealing for help to find missing Kettering man Karl Martin.

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VIDEO: House in Northampton evacuated this morning after large fire

Firefighters were called to a fire outside a property in Northampton at about 6am today.

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Have the time of your life in Northampton

Dirty Dancing starring Patrick Swayze and Jennifer Grey as a young couple who fall in love during a summer holiday was one of the biggest movie hits of its time.

Northampton Male Voice Choir

Plantium night for Northampton choir

Northampton Male Voice Chorir celebrate their 70th birthday with a concert on Saturday October 29.


Irchester screens family comedy Goosebumps

The Goosebumps book have been much loved by young adults across the county and Luna Flix is givingpeople the chance to see a big screen adaptation.

Elaine Paige

Elaine Paige stripped back for Northampton

Elaine Paige is one of the country’s best known musical theatre performers and she is set for a comeback to the stage.

Do you know these men?

Police want to speak to these men about an alleged assault in Kettering

Police have released CCTV images of two men they believe may have information about an alleged assault in Kettering in the early hours of Sunday, October 16.

Harvey, centre, with other members of the Snow White performers from Unit 17

Determined 10-year-old from Northampton lands himself a part in panto

In the words of the famous proverb: “if at first you don’t succeed, try, try, try again”.

New 66-bed Duston care home plans

New 66-bed care home for the over 65s set to open on former British Timken site next year

Building work for a new 66-bed care home purposely built for the elderly is now underway in Duston ready for opening next year.

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Northampton 2016 Pride Award Winners.

Inspirational people from across Northamptonshire celebrated at our Pride awards

Unsung heroes from across the county have been honoured at our annual Pride in Northamptonshire Awards.

Althorp House

Events for all at Althorp

Althorp House has announced open dates and public festivals taking place throughout next year.

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Earls Barton players raise charity funds

A comedy staged in Northants will entertain and raise funds for a good cause.

The Boy Who Bit Picasso

Picasso show comes to Corby

When the artist Picasso comes to The Core at Corby Cube, anything can happen.

Tony Ansell may have have won awards for his Abington Park cafe, but objectors say he should be made to bid for the use of the public building.

Others should be allowed to bid for Abington Park’s cafe to stop councillor’s ‘monopoly’ say objectors

A Conservative councillor’s hope of re-negotiating the lease of his cafe in Northampton has come up against objections, with some accusing the council of allowing a colleague a catering “monopoly” over the park.

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Poppy Field Farm

New pub set to open in Northampton on former British Timken site

A Northampton pub situated on the former British Timken site is set to create 70 jobs when it opens next year.

James Lowther outside Holdenby House.

“Biggest ever” Northamptonshire tourism campaign to be launched

Northamptonshire’s ‘biggest ever’ tourism campaign will be launched next month – and those behind it say it will be full of unusual and surprising things.

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Bernie Keith’s comedy show at Corby and Kettering

One of the most popular voices in the local area is bringing a new show to The Core at Corby Cube and The Lighthouse Theatre in Kettering.

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Police are appealing for witnesses to the attack

Men hand themselves in after violent brawl in Long Buckby

Five men have been arrested in connection with a fight in Long Bucky.

Keith Makin presenting the NSCB report

‘Lessons to be learnt’ from death of Daventry baby in dog attack says report – but concludes no authority could have prevented it

A serious case review report into the death of a Daventry baby killed by a family dog has come up with a serious of recommendations.

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