Campaigners could mount a legal challenge over the sale of a 4,500-year-old statue by Northampton Borough Council.
The Egyptian statue of Sekhemka was sold by the authority for nearly £16m to a foreign buyer last summer.
But the Save Sekhemka Action group says the auction could be illegal because of a question over the original donation of the statue in 1850.
A temporary export bar has been put in place while the dispute is resolved.
A young girl was assaulted by a group of five people in a Northampton street.
The teenager was walking along Grange Road in Eastfield at about 8am on Thursday, April 16, when she was surrounded by three girls and two boys.
She was then punched, knocked to the floor and assaulted.
The two boys were wearing black jumpers and the girls were wearing purple jumpers. All five of the attackers were white.
Witnesses, or anyone who knows anything about this incident, can call Northamptonshire Police on 101.
An elderly man touched and kissed a young woman several times on a Northampton street.
The man, who is thought to be in his 80s, had got off a bus in St Matthew's Parade at about 10.15am on Wednesday April 15.
He approached a young woman and said "you look too young to be smoking', before touching and kissing her a number of times.
In total, the incident lasted about 10 minutes, during which the woman tried to push he away. He eventually walked off towards The Racecourse.
The man was described as about 5ft 2in with an olive complexion and an Italian accent. He had some teeth missing and was wearing a tweed hat and suit jacket along with dark grey trousers.
Police are appealing for witnesses to a fatal crash in Northamptonshire yesterday.
A pedestrian was hit and killed on the A508 between Pitsford and Kingsthorpe, near Northampton, at about 8.30pm.
The 61-year-old woman was pronounced dead at the scene.
A 25-year-old man from Northampton has been arrested on suspicion of rape.
The alleged attack happened in the early hours of Saturday April 4 in the Kettering Road area of the town.
The victim met with two men and a woman at the top of Abington Street and walked with them to Wellingborough Road two of the people left.
The man has been released on police bail pending further inquiries.
Police investigating a serious sexual assault in Northamptonshire have released CCTV footage of a man they believe could help them with the case.
The alleged attack happened between 4am and 5.45am on Saturday April 4.
The victim met with two men and woman at the top of Abington Street in Northampton and walked with them to Wellingborough Road where one of the men and the woman left.
The CCTV footage shows a man who was in Millennium Pizza in Abington Square at the time. Police believe he may have seen the victim shortly after in the Wellingborough Road and Kettering Road area.
A man has been charged with murder following the death of a woman in Northampton.
David Love, 32, of Overslade Close, Northampton, is due to appear at Northampton Magistrates’ Court this morning.
Police and ambulance were called to an address at Whernside Way, in Duston, just after 2am on Tuesday.
The body of a 57-year-old woman was found.
Queueing traffic, long delays and two lanes closed due to accident, three lorries and a car involved on M1 Southbound between J15 A45 / A508 (Northampton) and J14 A509 (Milton Keynes), congestion on M1 to J16 A45 / A4500 (Daventry).
A lorry left the road at around 07:45 and the air ambulance has attended the scene. The Southbound carriageway was completely closed until 09:25. Lanes one and two (of three) are still closed past the scene.
Police and homeless charities in Northampton have a hard-hitting message for shoppers, telling them they are "killing with kindness" by giving money to beggars.
The campaign, launched in Northampton town centre, hopes to raise awareness that much of the money given to people on the street is used to fund drink or drug habits. They say money should be given to homeless charities rather than individuals.
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The building locals described as the Mouth of Hell will find new life as materials for roads and pavements.
Greyfriars bus station in Northampton may have been demolished - but most of it will get used again.
The building was reduced to 22 thousand tonnes of rubble when it was demolished in March.
Contractors say they expect to recycle about 97% of the materials - crushing stone, concrete and bricks up to go into hard-standings, paths and roads.
The site is due to be cleared and levelled at the end of July.