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Flood warnings continue across Northamptonshire

Flood warnings issued by the Environment Agency remain in force for much of Northamptonshire. More rain is forecast & emergency services say they've been "extremely busy" dealing with flood-related incidents. BBC Radio Northampton reporters check in at various locations: Tom Percival at Kislingbury and Nether Heyford, with Martin Borley at Geddington. Stuart talks to Simon Mitchell from the Environment Agency and to Northamptonshire Fire & Rescue Service Area Manager David Harding.


* Corby's part of the Council Tax could rise by 2%.

* Womens Aid organisations in Northamptonshire say they could face funding cuts of up to 50%.

* A Northampton centre for the homeless says jobseekers allowance changes could put more people on the streets.

* The story of Anne the circus elephant to be shown on BBC TV.

* Comedian Mark Steel records his network radio show in Corby.

* Two years since Corby's new theatre - the Core at Corby Cube - opened its doors.

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World War One At Home

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Discover incredible stories about life in Northamptonshire during WW1