Under the budget cut proposals Northamptonshire County Council, 21 libraries would either be closed or handed over to community groups.
Road gritting, children's centres and bus services could also be affected.
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Greater Anglia are said to be the first train operator to launch a new railcard.
Dubbed the ‘Millennial Railcard’ it will reportedly allow people aged between 26 and 30, a third off most rail journeys.
It has been revealed in a briefing letter obtained by moneysavingexpert.com.
They say Greater Anglia iss set to rollout the scheme in December with a possible national rollout in the new year.
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New research has found the cost of childcare in the East of England has risen nearly three times faster than wages in the last decade.
The Trades Union Congress (TUC) says the amount parents are paying has gone up 35% since 2008.
They are now calling for subsidised, affordable childcare to start when maternity leave finishes.
But the government says it is already investing a record amount in childcare - which will reach £6 billion a year by 2020.
In a symbolic victory for Labour, MPs have also backed a motion from the Opposition party to pause Universal Credit.Read the full story ›
Wellingborough in Northamptonshire has the fastest rising house prices in the UK, say new government statistics. Prices there soared 15% in the year to August 2017, with the average costing £215,000.
In both the East of England and the East Midlands prices were up 6.4% from last year, more than double the rate of inflation. However, several areas including Mid Suffolk, East Northants and Peterborough were hit with house price rises of over 10%.
House prices in the region are now the highest in the UK outside of London and the South East. The average UK house price was £226,000 in August 2017. In St Albans, where house prices are the highest in the region, the average was £526,216.
Welwyn Hatfield was the only place in the region where prices dipped and the lowest average house prices were seen in Great Yarmouth (£161,992), Corby (£178,131), and Fenland (£179,984).
The Milton Keynes based Open University has called on the government to help fund tuition fees.
The organisation is aimed at people already working who want to get a degree mainly through distance learning. But because of the rising cost of studying part-time the numbers of students across England has more than halved.
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New research by the University of East Anglia (UEA) shows Tweets can help predict the outcome of football matches. The study found the tone of Tweets can show when soccer bets are mispriced.
Researchers examined 13.8 million Tweets during the English Premier League 2013/2014 season. These compared prices generated during matches on gambling site Betfair. They found if the tone of Tweets in any given second was positive then the team was more likely to win than bookies predicted.
The study says Tweets are most helpful after goals and red cards. Researchers think this is because social media is particularly good at analysing new information as it comes in during matches.
Social media is already being used as a forecasting tool by a number of companies and agencies but this study has shown its accuracy.
This is a real 'wisdom of crowds’ kind of outcome. It says that if we listen to the right parts of the crowd, we can gain more information and make better predictions.
Suffolk police have issued a warning after an elderly couple had £21,200 stolen by phone scammers who repeatedly targeted them.Read the full story ›
Despite being a fixture in the town for hundreds of years there are fears about the future of Northampton's historic market.
Some stall holders say changes to the layout in the Market Square mean they will get less footfall and could be forced to shut up shop.
"This will be the finish of us, this will affect us so badly. The council do not know what they're doing, they have no idea whatsoever, no consultation whatsoever with traders.
"We might make it until Christmas, but we won't make it after that I don't think, so it'll be the end for us. Very sad, very angry."
Northampton Borough Council is spending £30,000 on the project and says the works will improve the market and bring in more shoppers and traders.
Officials insist all traders were invited to have their say at a meeting.
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Thousands of teenagers here in the East are apparently plunging themselves in to debt when they become eligible to credit.Read the full story ›