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The sons of a Northampton pensioner murdered in his home nearly a month ago have made a new appeal to find his killer
David Brickwood who was 74, died after a violent attack at his home in the Abington area.
In a fresh interview released through Northamptonshire Police they say his killer has 'murdered' us as well.
Click below to see the full interview with the Brickwood family
The sons of a Northampton pensioner murdered in his home nearly a month ago have appealed for help to find his killer.Read the full story ›
A month after a Northamptonshire pensioner was attacked in his home, police have reissued their appeal to help catch his killer.
David Brickwood, who was 74, was beaten to death at his house in Lindsay Avenue in the Abington area of Northampton on September 26.
Two men were arrested in connection with the murder but were later released without charge.
Following the attack, Mr Brickwood's sons Nathan, Gary, and Dale Brickwood described their father's killer as a "coward".
A new state of the art rail training academy will open in Northampton today.
It will provide 170 places for those who want to study rail engineering- and will include facilities like a fully fitted workshop, a 'digital railway' room, and areas dedicated to rail electrification.
Northampton Town's chairman David Cardoza has issued a new statement about the club's financial problems after it missed its deadline to pay back a loan of 10.25 million pounds to the borough council.
The Cobblers had until the end of yesterday to repay the money - which was used to fund a redevelopment of its Sixfields stadium.
Today the council confirmed talks were continuing.
Mr Cardoza told the club's website that meetings are planned early next week and he was hopeful significant progress would be made.
"There are plenty of headlines surrounding the club at the moment, that's understandable but all efforts are being dedicated to resolve this situation as soon as possible. The next step is that there are meetings planned early next week involving the interested parties and we are hoping for significant progress there. I understand and accept the urgency, I understand the importance and I am doing everything possible to remove the uncertainty surrounding the club as soon as possible. I would like to thank the supporters for continuing to back the team and to thank Chris Wilder, the players and the staff for standing up so well in really difficult circumstances."
New powers could be brought in Northampton to crack down on anti-social behaviour.
The Borough Council will meet today to talk about introducing Public Space Protection Orders (PSPOs).
Those who breach the order by drinking alcohol on the streets or having out of control dogs could face huge fines.
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Two people have appeared in court charged with murder as well as arson to recklessly endanger life.
50 -year old Karl Pound and 38-year old Mary Cash, both from Northampton have been remanded into custody to appear at Birmingham Crown Court tomorrow.
It comes following the death of a man after a house fire in Rothersthorpe Road, Northampton last week.
Police have not yet formally identified the victim.
Two people have been charged with murder following the death of a man in Northampton.
He was was found dead in a house in Rothersthorpe Road after reports of a fire. Karl Pound, who's 50 and Mary Cash, 38, both from Northampton, have been charged with murder, and arson. They'll appear in court tomorrow. Police have not yet formally identified the victim.