I wasn't supposed to be awake but my internal clock woke me up. Fwiw I don't believe that exit poll for a second
I bloody don't buy this for a second, not a second. NO TRIUMPHALIST ANYTHING (not that we would because we're nice lovely people)
Corby is a key battleground seat in the Anglia region and is usually a close fight between Labour and the Conservatives.Read the full story ›
World Cup winning rugby player Ben Cohen has been teaching schoolchildren how to tackle bullying.Read the full story ›
Former England and Northampton Saints rugby star Ben Cohen is meeting schoolchildren to help stamp out bullying.
Cohen is speaking to children at Maplefields School in Corby.
The world cup winner is chairman of the Ben Cohen StandUp Foundation.
Campaigners fighting plans to build seventy holiday cabins in woodland in Northamptonshire are celebrating after councillors rejected the application.
Forest Holidays wanted to build a new retreat at Fineshade Wood near Corby. Last night the plans were turned down on ecological grounds.
Campaigners fighting plans to build seventy holiday cabins in woodland in Northamptonshire are celebrating tonight - after councillors decided to reject the application.
Forest Holidays wanted to build a new retreat at Fineshade Wood near Corby.
But, following strong local opposition - including from the Wildlife Trust - the plans were this evening turned down on ecological grounds.
Work has started to repair a car park in Corby which was burnt down in December.
The restoration of the site at Willow Place shopping centre is expected to cost at least £1m to repair.
Seven people were arrested in connection with the blaze. They remain on police bail.
An 18-year-old man has been slashed in the face with a blade in Corby. The youth was attacked under Oakley Road, near Burghley Drive in Corby in the early hours of Saturday morning. Police describe the man who attacked him as white, middle aged with blonde hair and a foreign accent.
Two women had their handbags stolen by a man on a bicycle in Corby at the weekend.
Police investigating the two thefts believe they may have been carried out by the same man.
The first happened on Saturday, January 3 at about 5.25pm in Elizabeth Street when a handbag was taken off the handlebars of a woman’s bike.
The suspect was a skinny white man who was wearing a dark hoody and riding a mountain bike. After the theft, he rode away towards Alexandra Road and went through the car park of the Co-op supermarket.
On the following day, another woman had her bag taken by a man on a bicycle in Beanfield Avenue.
He was a slim man, wearing black trousers, a black hooded top and a high-visibility vest.