Two sisters from Northampton have flown to the Philippines to bring home their seriously ill father, who had a stroke there in June.
A family looking for a bone marrow donor for their seriously ill son will hand out a thousand spit-kits at the Northampton Balloon Festival
A family from Northampton are desperately trying to raise funds to bring their critically ill father home from the Philippines.
Two sisters from Northamptonshire who flew to the Philippines to bring home their seriously ill father are flying back with him today.
Peter Robinson is almost completely paralysed after having a stroke in June.
His family have raised more than £20,000 to pay for flights and medical bills.
They say people have been incredibly generous.
Drivers in Northampton are being told to prepare for significant disruption over the next few months.
Roadworks started today around Victoria Promenade - the first of several projects designed to improve travel in the town.
Millions of pounds is being spent on the schemes, with the final work due to be completed by March next year.
Pilots from across the region took part in the first flight of the Northampton Balloon Festival today.
The three-day event attracts visitors from across the country.
This morning, an ITV News Anglia crew were lucky enough to be taken up for a ride.
More than 40 hot air balloons from across the country have gathered in Northampton for the start of the town's balloon festival.
The popular event at Billing Aquadrome is celebrating its 25th anniversary.
At 6am today, the balloons took off for their first flight.
They will fly again at 6pm and the festival runs until Sunday.
Reporter Olivia Paterson and cameraman Jonathon Stevens have been up, up and away in a hot air balloon to get some fantastic shots of the festival.
A work of art commemorating the closure of the Northampton to Peterborough railway line will be unveiled today.
The 12-metre high sculpture emerges from Stanwick Lakes near Wellingborough. The railway line was closed as part of the Beeching cuts and is now used by walkers and cyclists in the Nene Valley.
As the family of little Joey Ziadi continue to search for a bone marrow donor, Lynsey Dickson from the Anthony Nolan Trust explains why it's so important - and so easy - for people people to join the register.