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.
Calls for extra funding for Kettering General Hospital will be made at Westminster.
Northamptonshire MPs Peter Bone, Andy Sawford and Philip Hollobone will be meeting Health Minister Dan Poulter to ask for additional funding.
They're calling for an extra twenty million pounds to improve hospital services and three million for local health care provision. The MP's have lead a campaign to save and improve services at the hospital.
An inquest heard how Victoria Harrison, who was 17, died in Kettering General Hospital following routine surgery that went wrong.
Recording a narrative verdict the coroner said there had been a catalogue of fatal errors.
The family of Victoria say it's been a harrowing couple of days - hearing evidence into the inquest of her death.
Click below to see a full report from ITV Anglia's Dani Crawshaw:
– Tracy Harrison, Victoria's mum
"She never knew how special she was to all of us, to everyone, she was the best girl in the world, she was my best friend, and on that day she died I lost my best friend."
A teenager from Northampton bled to death in Kettering General Hospital following routine surgery that went wrong.
An inquest in Corby has heard that Victoria Harrison, who was 17, died after a surgeon tore an artery during an operation.
The inquest heard it took 15 hours for her to die. The coroner today recorded a narrative verdict. Victoria's death has left her family devastated.
Town hall bosses have been branded "petty" for ordering a couple to rip up flowers outside their home.
Northamptonshire County Council have told William and Mary Geidt that they're obscuring visibility for road users in their cul de sac in Great Cransley near Kettering.
But the couple argue their own safety - and that of their property - is being ignored. Nick Quraishi reports.
Homes in Kettering were evacuated earlier after police discovered Second World War devices at a house.
They were found when officers searched the property in Highfield Road this morning.
The bomb disposal squad examined the devices which turned out to be of no threat and a controlled explosion was not needed.
Part of the road had been cordoned off, but is now open again.
Police have cordoned off a part of Highfield Road in Kettering after a number of Second World War devices were discovered in a property.
The Explosive Ordnance Disposal team were also called and are currently carrying out a detailed examination of the devices.
Two houses adjacent to the property have also been evacuated
The latest report by the Care Quality Commission on Kettering General Hospital has found only one area of concern.
The hospital was passed as fit in all areas apart from standards of staffing where the commission says improvements are needed. The hospital gained passes in standards of care and treatment
A teenage girl was seriously assaulted in Kettering town centre early this morning (Sunday).
The 19-year-old was attacked on Montagu Street. The road was closed while an investigation was carried out.
Police say the incident would have been witnessed by people coming out of bars and clubs.
They want to speak to a man in his 20s in connection with the incident. He was wearing a red top and dark trousers. He has fair hair and is around 5ft 10ins to 6ft tall.
Anyone with information should contact Northamptonshire Police on 101.