Kettering General Hospital has been granted over £300,000 by NHS England to expand its cardiac rehabilitation services.
The holiday of a lifetime turned into a nightmare for a couple from Northamptonshire after one of them was hospitalised with food poisoning.
A mother who lost her daughter after hospital blunders has spoken of her relief that a report into her death has finally been made public.
A 27-year-old man from Northamptonshire has been charged with attempted murder.
It follows an alleged attack on a woman at Main Road in Grendon, between Wellingborough and Northampton, on Wednesday.
The man was arrested in Kettering on Thursday.
He was due to appear before magistrates' in Corby on Friday.
Police searching for 25-year-old Richard Chandler can confirm that a body of a male has been found in the Delta Lakes area of Llanelli this afternoon.
Family have been informed.
Formal identification has not yet been completed.
Poice have heightened their search for a missing 25-year-old in Llanelli.
Richard Thomas Chandler has not been seen since Thursday night.
Today, Dyfed-Powys Police have asked local people to help in the search.
A couple from Northamptonshire are taking legal action against a travel company after their honeymoon was blighted by illness.
Xanta and Paul Watts from Kettering were staying at a resort on Koh Yao Noi Island in Thailand when Xanta became seriously ill with food poisoning and was hospitalised for a week.
She contracted Paratyphoid which is a disease caused by the Salmonella bacteria.
"I've never actually felt that ill in my life," Xanta Watts told ITV News Anglia.
"Some days I would just cry because I felt so disappointed that this had happened. I felt trapped because I was on a deserted island."
Northamptonshire Police are appealing for witnesses after a cyclist was pulled off his bike and punched in the face in Kettering.
The 20-year-old's nose was broken in the unprovoked attack on Bath Road on Saturday afternoon.
A woman who was assaulted by burglars she found trying to break into her home in Northamptonshire has said the attack has ruined her life.
CCTV footage shows Jacqui Horden being punched after confronting the two men as they attempted to gain access to her house in Kettering. But she says she's not "a have a go hero".
Jacqui told ITV News Anglia said: "I didn't get a chance to say anything and they didn't say anything. It was seconds and it was all over but I can still feel that first blow now and it's ruined my life basically."
Watch Jacqui's interview in a report by Stuart Leithes below
Dramatic footage has been released of a woman being punched in the face as she bravely tackles two burglars who broke into her home.
Northamptonshire Police are hoping the video will help track down the two men who tried to steal the family cars in Kettering.
The 56-year-old woman tackled the intruders in her dressing gown after they broke into her home and stole her car keys.
During the confrontation she was punched in the face six times but they fled without taking the cars.
Both men were white, slim and in their early 20s. Once was just under 6ft and the other was slightly shorter with short dark hair.
Detective Constable Greg Hemmington, said: “This was a horrific attack on a woman in her own home, who was only trying to protect her property."
A new scheme to install art in empty shops has been launched in Kettering. A series of murals have been introduced into Newland Street in the town.
The scheme is designed to ensure the town centre looks vibrant. Kettering Borough Council hopes to roll out the scheme to Desborough, Rothwell and Burton.