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piano tuning course in northampton is accepting applications from students

Piano tuning course in Northampton is accepting applications from students

A rare chance to learn piano tuning is available in Northampton later this year. The Piano Technology School is now accepting applications for the first year of a new intensive course in piano technology, for anyone who is considering a career as a profe

today, 14:40 in Regional East
 
woman rescued from house fire in northamptonshire

Woman rescued from house fire in Northamptonshire

A woman was rescued from a house fire in Northamptonshire last night. Three fire appliances were sent to an address in Dahlia Road, Kettering, after the fire broke out at just before 9.30pm yesterday (Sunday). A spokeswoman from Northamptonshire Fire and

today, 09:47 in Regional East
 
fire crews tackle blaze on single-decker bus in northamptonshire

Fire crews tackle blaze on single-decker bus in Northamptonshire

Two fire appliances were sent to a Northamptonshire town after a bus caught fire in the early hours of this morning. The fire broke out on the single-decker bus in North Street, Rushden, at just before 1am. Northamptonshire Fire and Rescue Service used t

today, 09:47 in Regional East
 
electric substation in northamptonshire destroyed in fire after ‘accidental electrical fault’

Electric substation in Northamptonshire destroyed in fire after ‘accidental electrical fault’

An electric substation in Northampton was destroyed after a fire broke out in the early hours of this morning. Northamptonshire Fire and Rescue Service were called to the fire in Far Cotton shortly after 2am on Monday but later tweeted that the substatio

today, 09:47 in Regional East
 
northampton artist aims for elephant parade prize

Northampton artist aims for elephant parade prize

Northampton artist Emma Slora Breene has been shortlisted in the final of a global art competition. It is the inaugural Artbox contest for the Elephant Parade, an international charity dedicated to the preservation of Asian elephants. The winner will hav

yesterday, 16:56 in Regional East
 
two arrested after three dogs attack pensioner in northamptonshire

Two arrested after three dogs attack pensioner in Northamptonshire

Two men have been arrested after three dogs under their control attacked a 69-year-old woman and her dog in Northamptonshire. The attack happened in Baden Powell Crescent, Towcester, at about 6pm on Saturday, May 23. The three dogs, believed to be Staffo

yesterday, 15:21 in Regional East
 
northampton transplant family seeks fund-raising help

Northampton transplant family seeks fund-raising help

A family from Northampton is hoping someone will help them find a venue for a fundraising concert. The Rogers family is organising a concert with a Welsh male voice choir to raise money for Cynthia Spencer Hospice and the Harefield Hospital Transplant Te

yesterday, 08:16 in Regional East
 
student at northampton college lands dream f1 role

Student at Northampton College lands dream F1 role

Engineering student Matthew Quincey is in pole position for an exciting career in F1 racing after landing an apprenticeship with world champions Mercedes AMG High Performance Powertrains (HPP). The 18-year-old is studying a BTEC Level Three in engineerin

yesterday, 08:16 in Regional East
 
northampton mum who revealed she was taking part to make her children proud wins through to britain’s got talent semi-finals

Northampton mum who revealed she was taking part to make her children proud wins through to Britain’s Got...

A mum-of-five from Northampton, who left Simon Cowell speechless after her Britain's Got Talent performance, has been given a place in the semi-finals of Britain's Got Talent. Becky O’Brien was one of the 40 acts chosen from a shortlist of 200 in Saturda

Saturday, 21:42 in Regional East
 
three peaks challenge for on’s fundraising team

Three peaks challenge for ON’s fundraising team

Twenty-four kind hearted fundraisers are taking part in their latest endurance event to raise money for The Old Northamptonians RFC Benevolent Fund which helps young rugby players. The walkers ranging in age from 18-years-old to mid fifties will be tackl

Saturday, 11:44 in Regional East
 
detective keen to see reports of child sex exploitation go up in northamptonshire

Detective keen to see reports of child sex exploitation go up in Northamptonshire

A detective specialising in child sexual exploitation said he would be happy to see the numbers of reports of the crime go up in Northamptonshire if it meant catching more perpetrators. Detective Inspector Richard Tompkins leads an recently-increased tea

Saturday, 10:56 in Regional East
 
nationwide’s annual results will see it invest heavily in northampton branches

Nationwide’s annual results will see it invest heavily in Northampton branches

Nationwide building society, which has a base in Northampton, says it will invest heavily in its branches in the town despite the rise in online banking. The company, which has offices in Moulton Park and employs about 2,000 people in Northampton, announ

Saturday, 10:09 in Regional East
 
just under 86,000 northamptonshire children will be deprived of some basics due to benefits decision, charity says

Just under 86,000 Northamptonshire children will be deprived of some basics due to benefits decision,...

Almost 86,000 children in Northamptonshire are in families that are cutting back on food or heating after a decision not to raise children's benefits in line with the cost of living. That is according to the charity End Child Poverty, who say failure to

Saturday, 08:34 in Regional East
 
labour reveals its shadow cabinet on northampton borough council

Labour reveals its shadow cabinet on Northampton Borough Council

The Labour party at Northampton Borough Council has unveiled its shadow cabinet as part of its bid to hold the ruling Conservatives "to account' over the next four years. Leader of the Northampton Labour group Councillor Danielle Stone (Lab,...

Saturday, 07:51 in Regional East
 
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Almost 86,000 children in Northamptonshire are in families that are cutting back on food or heating after a decision not to raise children's benefits in line with the cost of living. That is according to the charity End Child Poverty, who say failure to

Saturday, 07:51 in Regional East
 
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