Wednesday Jul 9
Traders asked to join scheme
Tradesmen and women are being urged to apply for a place on a list of trusted contractors for the Care and Repair service.
Minister's relative gives Tories A 816,000: Labour questions donation by offshore banker
The brother-in-law of a Tory minister has donated A 816,000 to her party since she became an MP, it emerged last night.
My baby blues nightmare, by Tory minister Andrea Leadsom
A Tory minister has described how she suffered from post-natal depression and endured two miscarriages following the birth of her first son.
Follow Grand Prix road signs, not sat nav, around South Northamptonshire, police warn
The Highways Agency has published details of the planned road closures for the British Grand Prix at Silverstone this weekend.
Developers building 80 new homes in Northamptonshire pledge to spend A 350,000 on village facilities
Persimmon Homes sales manager Debbie Box and managing director Richard Oldroyd present a cheque to volunteers Tom and Richard from Medical Detection Dogs charity and Guinness, a diabetes alert dog, at The Paddocks in Bugbrooke Developers who had to stop work on a new housing development in Northamptonshire because of the mud left on nearby roads ... (more)
Northampton couple facing fraud charges in America granted bail by US judge
Paul and Sandra Dunham appeared before a court in Maryland on Thursday where they given bail, subject to certain conditions, and are expected to be released from custody next week.
Stoke Bruerne 2
Stoke Bruerne is mentioned in the Domesday Book in 1086 as "Stoche" meaning "an outlying farmstead or hamlet".