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English Civil War horsemen and guard of honour at historian Mike Ingram’s funeral in Northampton

A mounted Guard of Honour accompanied the stunning funeral procession of historian and NQ writer Mike Ingram in Northampton.   In bright winter sunshine, the cortege made its way down Park Avenue South to the Church of St Peter and...

Young people getting their say on NLive Radio

Just before the breakup at Christmas, NLive Radio brought together young people, their families and local decision makers to celebrate its Nexus Youth Project. Nexus was funded by the Northamptonshire Community Foundation as part of #IWill Youth Action Projects...

Boris Johnson at large in Northampton

The Prime Minister stopped by at Weston Favell Police Station where he met members of the Neighbourhood Policing Team led by Inspector Beth Warren and was shown around one of the two new mobile ‘Beat Buses’, which is allowing Northamptonshire...

When your place of work is the bottom of the canal

We are used to seeing the roads getting dug up and repaired and it should come as no surprise that the county's waterways need the same kind of TLC. Anglian Waterways has issued a closure notice at Northampton Lock so...

Northampton Film Festival 2022 is now open for your short film entries 

Northampton Film Festival 2022 is now open for film submissions to the Schools Competition and Main Short Film Competition. After 2021’s virtual festival, Screen Northants is excited to be launching the short film competitions for Northampton Film Festival 2022...

Getting ahead of the game at Northampton College’s new Digital Academy

A multi-million-pound ‘Digital Academy’ at Northampton College is set to give students the chance to showcase their skills in one of the region’s first dedicated Esports Arenas. With competitive gaming one the UK’s fastest growing industries, and potentially lucrative deals...

Some of the outstanding moments from Northamptonshire Fire and Rescue service this year

Northamptonshire firefighters who helped two distressed women in separate incidents – and saved their lives in the process – are among those to have been given commendations for their incredible work. Northamptonshire Fire and Rescue Service held an Awards Ceremony...

Pictures from the march where Northampton added its voice to the clamour for action on the climate

While government and business leaders tried to hammer out a credible response to the looming climate disaster facing the planet at Cop26 Northampton's activists took to the streets to call for change. The Umbrella Pavilion on the Racecourse was the...

We need strong leadership at COP26, but we also need to play our part

Recent analysis by market researchers Demos has identified that the British public displays ‘overwhelming’ backing for strong climate action.  The opportunity now arises for our leaders to represent the nation’s mood at the fast approaching COP26 summit in Glasgow. ...

What do we need to achieve a sustainable lifestyle in the future?

Dear COP26 Leaders, we need strong International laws, national and local natural environment rescue plans and more importantly, funding to help us to adapt and be more resilient with Nature Based Solutions. The Chancellor of the Exchequer has been criticised...
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Small mistakes cost Saints big against classy Ulster

If Saints had more wins behind them this would have felt closer than it did. Ulster got a good...
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