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Ben Foden out for the rest of the season

Northampton Saints full back Ben Foden is set to miss the remainder of the 2014/15 season.

Ben Foden being helped from the pitch after suffering the injury Credit: PA Wire

He suffered a knee injury in the club’s Champions Cup win at Ospreys.

Ben Foden left the field in the 12th minute and subsequent scans revealed a rupture of the anterior cruciate ligament in his left leg.

He will now undergo surgery with a view to rehabilitating for the start of next season.

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Northampton stabbing victim may have had "altercation" with two men

Detectives in Northampton say they have new leads in their investigation into the fatal stabbing of a dad of two young children on Friday afternoon.

35-year-old Jon Casey was killed in front of motorists at rush hour on one of the town's busiest roads.

It's now believed he'd been involved in an argument with two men.

Click below to watch a report from ITV News Anglia's Russell Hookey

Latest temperatures across the Anglia region

The visible satellite image and temperatures at 1pm Monday afternoon across East Anglia. Credit: Met Office.

It's a cold day out there in the Anglia region with temperatures no higher than 1ºC in many places. Temperatures plummeted to -5.5ºC last night at Santon Downham and another frosty night will follow tonight.

Suffolk was the coldest place in England on Sunday night

Temperature readings at 7am on Monday 19 January 2015. Credit: Met Office

The weather station at Santon Downham on the Suffolk-Norfolk border near Thetford was the coldest place in England overnight on Sunday. The temperature there dropped to -5.5°C.

But it wasn't the coldest night of the winter so far in the Anglia region. The thermometer fell to -6.4°C at Santon Downham on 30 December 2014.

The lowest temperature in the UK on Sunday night was -11.8°C at Dalwhinnie in Scotland.

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Large fire at recycling centre in Northamptonshire

More than 40 firefighters are at the scene of a blaze at a recycling centre in Northamptonshire.

The fire broke out at around 12.40pm today in Raymond Close in Wollaston near Wellingborough.

Eight fire engines are at the scene. People living near by have been asked to keep their doors and windows closed as a precaution against smoke.

Northampton bar allowed to reopen following street brawl

Faces Bar had its licence suspended after the fight. Credit: ITV News Anglia

Northampton Borough Council have confirmed that a bar that had its licence suspended after a street brawl in December, has been allowed to reopen.

Both Faces Bar and NU Bar were closed temporarily following the fight which is thought to have involved over 50 people.

The Council and the Police are now satisfied that Faces can now reopen after much consultation.

“The safety of residents and visitors to our town is our top priority. As the Licencing Authority we have a duty to make sure that the pubs, clubs and other venues in Northampton are safe places to visit and are managed responsibly.

Faces is being allowed to reopen, and working with Northamptonshire Police, our Licencing Officers will continue to monitor the situation ready to take action if required to keep the public safe.”

– Cllr David Mackintosh, Leader of Northampton Borough Council
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