Police have launched an investigation to find out how a man died in Corby.
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Vandals targeted 11 cars in a Corby street in one night, scratching the vehicles and carving obscene words into the paintwork.
The cars were damaged in Rowlett Road, Corby sometime during the evening of Thursday 20 February or in the early hours of the following day.
PC Charlotte Freer who is investigating the incident, said:
“These attacks have caused these motorists a lot of distress and will cost them a lot of money to put right. I would urge anyone who knows anything about them to come forward.”
The cars were all either parked in Rowlett Road or in driveways off the street.
Anyone with information can call Northamptonshire Police on 101. Alternatively, information can be given anonymously to Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.
Police say they are not treating the death of a man who was hit by his own car in Corby as suspicious.
Scott McKimmie, of Lavender Close, was found dead in the car park of The Phoenix pub at about 3.30am last Tuesday.
He had been hit by his car, a burgundy Volkswagen Golf Cabriolet.
Due to the unusual circumstances, his death was initially treated as "unexplained" but police say they are now confident there was no-one else involved.
Det Ch Insp Martin Kinchin said: "Sadly, a unique set of coincidences and circumstances caused Scott to be in fatal collision with his own car.”
A man has died following an incident outside a pub in Corby.
Police say they are investigating a suspicious death after they were called to The Pheonix pub in Beanfield Avenue at 3.40am.
Officers would particularly like to speak to anyone who was in The Phoenix pub last night. Anyone with information is asked to call Northamptonshire Police on 101
Bosses at a food processing factory in Corby, where more than 900 jobs are under threat, are holding talks about the future of the site.
Solway Foods says closing the factory is a very real possibility as it is no longer viable.
The company has entered into a 45 day consultation with staff, but the Borough Council and MP Andy Sawford have set up a task force to try to save the site.
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The MP for Corby, Andy Sawford and the leader of Corby Borough Council have met with bosses of Solway Foods, where 900 jobs are at risk.
The MP and Corby Borough Council are working together to set up a task force to try to save the jobs at the company's Corby site.
A Northamptonshire food processing factory, which is under threat of closure, has started talks about its future.
Solway Foods in Corby announced on Friday that it's begun a 45 day consultation period, putting more than 900 jobs at risk.
Company bosses met with the local MP Andy Sawford and the leader of Corby Borough Council, Tom Beattie, this morning.
A task force is now being set up by Andy Sawford MP and the Council to try to help the factory stay open.
Andy Sawford MP, said. "We aim to do anything we can to keep Solway here in the town and obviously we want to talk to them about their decision making process, about time scales for any changes."
A food processing factory in Northamptonshire is due to hold 'urgent talks' this morning after it emerged 900 jobs are at risk.
Solway Foods, which produces fresh salads and sandwiches, will discuss its future with Corby MP Andy Sawford.
"My thoughts are with the 900 strong workforce who will now all be very worried about the future of their jobs. Solway operate in a very competitive market, they have recently lost some customers and they tell me the Corby site is ageing.
Solway have told me that they will consider all possibilities, including options for staying in Corby, and I have offered to help in anyway I can."
Andy Sawford MP
It's emerged that 900 jobs are under threat at a food processing factory in Northamptonshire.
Solway Foods, which produces fresh salads and sandwiches, has confirmed that it may have to close its site in Corby.
The company has entered into a 45 day consultation period with staff.
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A new Free School for Corby in Northamptonshire has moved a step closer.
The Department for Education has approved proposals for a new 420-place primary school on the site of Lodge Park Academy in Shetland Road.
The Free School was proposed by the David Ross Education Trust which already runs the existing secondary school.
The Trust says it will provide pupils with the opportunity of a seamless transition to secondary school.