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A task force of bankers, property and retail experts aims to boost town centres.
People living near to HS2 say the compensation they've been offered isn't good enough.
National Audit Office warns that further council cuts could mean less money for roads.
Rail minister Norman Baker says he's monitoring London Midland's driver shortage
340,000 people in the East Midlands live in fuel poverty & hundreds more could join them.
A report says thousands of Northants families will struggle to pay their rent.
A BBC survey shows football ticket prices have gone up by as much as 5 times inflation.
Claims that the new Universal Credit could see disabled people lose money.
SERVE costs £350,000 but saves the NHS £1-million a year.
There are calls for Kettering Borough Council to do more to improve shopping in the town.
Plans for the Rushden Lakes Shopping Development are backed by East Northants Council.
Staff unions say they may strike over pay cuts at Northamptonshire County Council.
Chowns Mill campaigners say it should be on the list for improvements.
Kettering Town Football Club could be about to go out of business after 140 years
Optimism that Wellingborough Prison could re-open after November closure.
Consultation starts on sports pitches on land near Delapre Park
Outline planning permission given for over 600 homes at Pineham despite the flood plain.
New homes could be built at Pineham on at least part of the flood plain.
Some teachers will work to rule in their dispute with the Government over pay & pensions.