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  1. Wooden Space Unveils Its Latest Collection of Storage Furniture UnitsRead the original story w/Photo

    16 hrs ago | PR Log

    Looking to purchase storage furniture? Browse through the exclusive collection of high-quality house furniture storage units at Wooden Space. NORTHAMPTON, England - July 26, 2017 - PRLog -- We all require a little storage space in our homes.

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  2. Special Report: Public bodies are a prime target for ransom attacks...Read the original story

    15 hrs ago | Northampton Today

    Johnston Press Investigations has sent out hundreds of FOI requests to reveal the full extent of cyber crime in the UK. Hackers are demanding hundreds of ransoms from public bodies in Northamptonshire, a major study has found - and the county's only university is their prime target.

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  3. School in Northamptonshire pays head A 180k and employs her husband and daughterRead the original story

    Yesterday | Northampton Today

    Executive Principal Victoria Bishop celebrating the school's outstanding Ofsted status in January, 2015. While the school was roundly praised in its last report, there are calls for the directors to justify the principal's 180k wage.

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  4. Northampton parks named as two of the best in BritainRead the original story

    Yesterday | Northampton Today

    Delapre Park and Abington Park have successively retained their Green Flag Award status, following the council's 'commitment' to meeting standards for providing local communities with accessible, clean and safe green spaces. Both parks will continue to display the Green Flag Award, with this year marking five years in a row for Deplare Park and four years for Abington Park.

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  5. Your identity is more likely to be stolen in the east of Northampton than almost anywhere elseRead the original story

    Yesterday | Northampton Today

    Personal data belonging to up to a quarter of Britons is available for sale on the hidden internet, an investigation has found - and people in the east of Northampton are a prime target. Intelligence company C6, which monitors the cryptomarkets selling identities, said fraudsters often targets areas with higher levels of rented or cheaper housing, to find addresses where goods bought using stolen identities could be delivered.

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  6. Council fights to stop another off-license opening in Northampton's worst area for alcoholismRead the original story

    Yesterday | Northampton Today

    A convenience store's application to sell liquor could be barred for fear of feeding the habit of the worst area for alcohol abuse in Northampton. Northamptonshire County Council is trying to block the Little Europe International Supermarket, in Barrack Road, from selling booze in the interest of "prevention of public nuisance" - and in part because of the shop's position next to a homelessness centre.

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  7. Felled Northamptonshire forest's bird survey held back to 'protect...Read the original story

    Yesterday | Northampton Today

    The Forestry Commission has refused to release a bird survey carried out on a wood near Northampton following of a tree-felling operation last month. Members of a Northamptonshire conservation team say Denton Wood, south of Denton, is home to great crested newts, bats and breeding birds.

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  8. Northamptonshire firefighter turns heads on charity cycle challenge to mark his retirementRead the original story

    Monday | Daventry Express

    Paul Cushing prepares to set off on his fundraising ride with sister-in-law Esme, son Reece and NFRS colleague Kev Hardwick outside Moulton station A Northamptonshire firefighter has marked his approaching retirement after 31 years' service by doing a charity bike ride in full breathing apparatus. Paul Cushing joined Northamptonshire Fire and Rescue Service as an 18-year-old, serving at the Mounts station in Northampton for 20 years before joining Moulton's Green Watch in 2006.

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  9. Buy Exclusively Designed Lounge Chairs from Wooden SpaceRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | PR Log

    If you are planning to buy designer-made lounge chairs, then you need to check out the online catalogue of these units at Wooden Space and grab the best deals at affordable rates. NORTHAMPTON, England - July 24, 2017 - PRLog -- Lounge chairs are the ultimate furniture products that have become quite popular throughout these years due to their high functionality and elegant designs.

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  10. Special Report: Why Northampton may never resolve its rough sleeping issueRead the original story

    Sunday | Northampton Today

    Despite the best efforts of charities and the borough council, Northampton still has a serious homelessness issue, writes Alastair Ulke. The Chronicle & Echo has been contacted many times this week about a camp of rough sleepers in the former Poundland entryway in Abington Street.

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  11. Vijay Mallya owns a Formula 1 team and a side in the Indian Premier League cricket tournamentRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jul 21 | IcNetwork

    Force India Chairman Vijay Mallya looks on in the Pitlane during practice for the Formula One Grand Prix of Great Britain at Silverstone on July 14, 2017 in Northampton, England. Swansea City sources have poured cold water on reports in India that Formula 1 team owner Vijay Mallya is ready to spend 110million on acquiring the club.

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  12. Last orders for Northampton couple who ran a pub empire in the townRead the original story

    Thursday Jul 20 | Northampton Today

    A popular pair of publicans who pulled pints at a Northampton venue for 20 years and ran a host of other nightspots around the town are calling time on their careers. Chris and Mandy Dolan were landlords of the Castle Inn on St James Park Road for two decades before a flood forced them to close in 2009.

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  13. Further consultation to begin on proposed Northamptonshire rail freight interchangeRead the original story

    Thursday Jul 20 | Northampton Today

    A consultation on the proposed development of the Ashfield Land rail freight interchange Proposal, situated at Arm Farm between Milton Malsor and Blisworth will begin in two months' time. The proposed interchange would comprise 687,480 sq metres of storage and distribution buildings with ancillary office accommodation, served by a new rail link, sidings, container storage area with gantry crane, service depot, and HGV parking facilities.

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  14. Reverend Richard Coles praises 'hero' partner for rescuing man from flipped carRead the original story

    Thursday Jul 20 | Northampton Today

    Northamptonshire vicar Richard Coles took to Twitter to praise his partner, the Rev David Coles, who freed a man from an overturned car on the A45. David Coles was on his way to see his partner installed as University of Northampton chancellor when he drew on his experience as a trauma nurse to smash the car's windscreen and save the man from the fuel-leaking car.

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  15. Northampton families could be prioritised social homes built on neighbouring council landsRead the original story

    Thursday Jul 20 | Northampton Today

    Cabinet member for housing, Councillor Stephen Hibbert thinks a scheme to allow Northampton folk first refusal on 1,770 properties on neighbouring authority land will reduce the town's housing waiting list. People waiting for a social home in Northampton could be given the first refusal on more than 1,700 affordable properties due to be built on the edge of town following an agreement between a trio of councils.

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  16. Cosworth returning to F1 in 2021?Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jul 20 | BenzConnection

    ... engine rules past the year 2020. In doing so, Cosworth may be poised for a return to F1 in 2021. The Northampton, England-based engineering company has signaled its optimism about the forthcoming rules and regulations, and according to Motorsport , ...

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  17. Northamptonshire-based vodka firm funds expansion through 'message in a bottle'Read the original story

    Thursday Jul 20 | Northampton Today

    An award-winning village vodka maker is offering anyone who pledges 525 to his distillery the chance to have their name displayed inside his bottles. Jelley's Vodka, based in Brixworth, is preparing to launch its new pomegranate flavour and has turned to online investors to help fund the company's future growth.

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  18. Free pints up for grabs in Northamptonshire pubsRead the original story

    Thursday Jul 20 | Northampton Today

    The first 15,000 people to sign up to pub company Ei Publican Partnerships' app will be able to help themselves to a well-earned drink. The firm, the UK's largest leased and tenanted pub company, has carried out a study to celebrate the inaugural National Pub Fortnight, which revealed that a quarter of British adults visit the pub at least once a week, with men more than twice as likely as women to visit their local watering hole two or three times each week.

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  19. Jobs at risk in Northamptonshire if county does not invest in broadband speeds, business leaders warnRead the original story

    Thursday Jul 20 | Northampton Today

    The ambition to create 60,000 new jobs in Northamptonshire by 2026 hangs in the balance because of poor broadband connectivity, business leaders heard this week. A company bidding for the Government funding to improve the digital options for the region, including Northamptonshire, met with business leaders in Northampton to discuss the importance of connectivity to the region.

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  20. Children and men-at-arms hold foam sword melee for Battle of Northampton re-enactmentRead the original story

    Thursday Jul 20 | Northampton Today

    Dozens of children armed with foam swords viciously fought off a platoon of armoured knights at a re-enactment of the Battle of Northampton. The annual fair was held at the original field of the battle on the grounds of Delapre Abbey over the weekend of July 15. Vikki Pearson, from Delapre Abbey Partnership Trust, said: "We had a brilliant time this year.

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