Stuart brings you local news and an entertaining start to your Northamptonshire day.
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New owners ready to complete deal to take-over Northampton Town Football Club.
"Drive less, live more" - that's the call today from road safety organisation Brake.
David Cardoza tells BBC Radio Northampton he wants what's best for the football club.
Nearly 300 teaching vacancies have been advertised in Northamptonshire this year.
A report for Northants County Council is critical of careers advice in schools.
The Thrapston to Islip bridge remains closed, & one business is really struggling.
France responds to the attacks in Paris on Friday by bombing the Islamic State group.
Age UK says older people are at risk of malnutrition because of Meals on Wheels cuts.
Exports from companies in our region grew by 30% over the past 6 years.
An ex-Royal Navy engineer says the Government has broken the military covenant.
Closure of High Street café prompts fears for Towcester town centre.
The Chairman of Northampton Town Football Club was given a £2.65-million loan.
The new Barwell Stand at Franklin's Gardens opens for Saints v Saracens.
NEP says local economy is doing well but needs improvement in productivity & skills
The Children's Society says older teenage girls are most at risk of sexual abuse.
People in Isham are counting the number of vehicles passing through the village.
New figures suggest that only 4-in-10 new Mums continue breast-feeding after 6 weeks.