A man from Northampton has raised money for the Air Ambulance Service 13 weeks after he was treated for life threatening injuries.
Hannah Campbell suffered horrific injuries in a bomb in Basra and was told she would not be a mother again. She is celebrating a 'miracle.'
Police in Northamptonshire spent last night re-tracing the steps of a man found dead in a churchyard last week.
People in the region who are living with the skin condition Psoriasis are being encouraged to get help and not suffer in silence.
The Psoriasis Association, which was founded in Northampton 45 years ago, says the condition which affects 2 million people nationally can cause isolation and depression.
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A man's due to appear in court charged with killing four members of the same family.
Anxiang Du was arrested in Morocco for the death of a Northampton businessman and his family in 2011.
Jifeng Ding's wife Helen and two daughters, Alice and Xing were all found stabbed to death at their home.
Du is due to appear at Northampton Crown Court.
Plans to test flood sirens in Northampton have been called off because of the bad weather.
The Environment Agency and Northampton Borough Council say the tests, scheduled for Wednesday, could have caused confusion or unnecessary concern to people living in the area.
Six care workers from Northampton are due before a disciplinary panel on Monday over allegations that they failed to properly care for residents.
All were working at the Parkside Nursing Home in 2009 when five elderly people died within a fortnight.
An official inquiry into the care home in 2010 found severe neglect.
Among those to appear before the Nursing and Midwifery Council are the former manager Phyllis Johnson and former deputy manager Maria McKenzie.
The University of Northampton's relocation plans have moved a step forward after it was included on a list of projects in line to get a government funding guarantee.
The £330m scheme, for a new campus at Avon Nunn Mills, is one of 15 to secure the backing from the Treasury.
It means the government will act as a guarantor for a proportion of the capital value of the project and aims to give private investors more confidence to get involved.
Danny Alexander, Treasury Chief Secretary, said: "What we see today is the extent to which the government is reaching out to help the private sector build Britain's key infrastructure."
A cleaner was tied up and threatened with a crow bar as thieves stole a charity collection and money saved for a children's Christmas event.
The two men also broke into a safe and gambling machines at the British Rail Sports and Social Club at St Andrew's Road, in Northampton.
The robbers followed the cleaner into the social club between 7.30am and 8.15am on Monday.
The first man is described as 5ft 6ins, aged in his 20s and he was wearing a white scruffy jacket and a red-and-white head covering.
The second man is black, 6ft, of slim build and also in his 20s.
He was wearing a black balaclava, a green parka and blue jogging bottoms.
Reports of accident, a car and a motorcycle involved on Rowtree Road near London Road (Collingtree).
Heathfield Way partially blocked due to accident, a car and a motorcycle involved and fuel spillage between Gladstone Road and Mill Lane (Kings Heath Industrial Estate).
Northampton is the capital of shoes in this country and today it hosts a conference on its specialist subject.
Speakers from some of the UK's most prestigious museums and academic institutions will share the findings of a ground-breaking shoe research programme.
The one-day symposium, which is aimed at museum, fashion and retail audiences, has been put together to share the findings of the research, dubbed The Cinderella Syndrome, and new thinking about displaying shoes and engaging audiences.**