Number of homes being built in West Northants is cut by 10,000.
BBC Radio Northampton
With a mix of local news and an entertaining start to your day in Northamptonshire.
Plans to widen the A14 around Kettering have been put on hold by the transport secretary.
A public inquiry into the dumping of low level nuclear waste at Kings Cliffe begins.
Campaigners from South Northants travel to Westminster to lobby against HS2.
Joe hears there'll be no compulsory redundancies at Corby Counci post-Spending Review.
Joe examines the impact the Spending Review will have on Northamptonshire.
Joe looks ahead to the Spending Review due to be announced by the government.
Parents in Brackley call for a safe crossing outside a school on a busy road in the town.
Joe hears about a consultation asking whether Northampton should have an elected mayor.
People in Desborough have voted overwhelmingly in favour of an edge-of-town supermarket.
Joe hosts a special phone-in in which Northants Police ask you to set next years agenda.
Research shows number of drivers admitting using their phone and driving rises by a third.
Joe hears about plans which could see over 1200 new homes in the Borough of Wellingborough
Joe hears how Apprenticeships are increasing in popularity in Northants.
Town centre versus out of town - battle of the supermarkets in North Northants.
Joe hears the story of a 76-year-old woman savaged by a dog in Northampton.
Richard Savage sits in, asking what's being done to protect Northants from future flooding
Helen Blaby sits in with an entertaining start to your day in Northamptonshire.
Joe asks why so many cyclists in Northants don't use lights whilst out on a dark morning.
Joe reveals shocking figures which show a quarter of adults in Wellingborough are obese.