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Supermarket recalls steak over allergy fears

Supermarket giant issues recall on their Butcher’s selection garlic and herb thin cut beef sizzle steak.

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David Bowie at Friars, July 15, 1972

Campaign to fund world’s first David Bowie statue falling short with 24 hours to go

A crowdfunding campaign to help build the world’s first David Bowie Statue is £16,000 short with just 24 hours to go.

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Shops ‘could be a thing of the past’ by 2050

Shops ‘could be a thing of the past’ by 2050

High Street retailers could be consigned to history by 2050 as virtual reality takes over the way we shop, a report into the future of shopping has predicted.

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One in six workers experience stress, anxiety and depression at any given time but, more often than not, workers dont disclose their problems and mental health remains a workplace taboo

Should I disclose my mental health issues to my employer?

One in six workers experience stress, anxiety and depression at any given time but, more often than not, workers don’t disclose their problems and mental health remains a workplace taboo.

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Daventry market in the spotlight: A trading tradition stretching back 800 years

Daventry market in the spotlight: A trading tradition stretching back 800 years

It was once the beating heart of Daventry’s rural economy, a place to buy and sell horses and livestock, for weary travellers to restock their provisions, for farmers and merchants to trade grain, and for mercers, ironmongers and drapers to sell their wares.

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The tiara was only expected to raise 30,000-40,000 but bested its lowest estimates by 40,000 at the Cheffins November Fine Art sale in Cambridge on Wednesday.

Diamond tiara presented by the sixth Earl Spencer in 1914 to his sells at auction for £70,000

An Edwardian diamond tiara given to the great aunt of the late Princess of Wales on her wedding day has been sold for a whopping £70,000.

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Pet food recalled over salmonella fears

A range of pet food has been recalled by its manufacturer following the discovery that the product contains salmonella.

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Slade out, God in, as Morrisons puts carols back on Christmas menu

Slade out, God in, as Morrisons puts carols back on Christmas menu

Morrisons is bringing back Christmas carols to its stores after 15 years, after listening to its customers who said they preferred traditional songs to pop music.

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The Weston Favell Centre

New Burger King set to open at Weston Favell Shopping Centre

A new branch of the fast food chain Burger King is set to open at Weston Favell Shopping Centre.

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DINING OUT: Northamptonshire village food pub celebrates string of awards after being named the best in the county

DINING OUT: Northamptonshire village food pub celebrates string of awards after being named the best in the county

It has just won the title of Northamptonshire Food Pub of the Year on the back of its superb dining experience.

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John Marrs, author of The One

Northampton author and journalist ‘blown away’ with book success

Former Chronicle & Echo reporter John Marrs tells Ruth Supple about his latest book, which has been snapped up by a leading UK publisher and looks set to be made into a TV series too...

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Warning for drivers as police escort three 51 metre blades down the M1 and through Northampton

Northamptonshire Police officers are escorting an abnormally large load on the M1 and through Northampton today (Tuesday).

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Mark Hoogenboom shows off some of his delicious Dunkleys pies at a festival earlier this year

Economy booming in Northamptonshire say firm after securing multi-million pound growth deals for firms

Northamptonshire's economy is 'vibrant and thriving' despite fears over economic gloom following the Brexit vote, financial advisers have claimed.

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Fears for the future of 150-year-old Northamptonshire sign-making company after reports of redundancies

Fears for the future of 150-year-old Northamptonshire sign-making company after reports of redundancies

Staff at a Northampton company that makes signs for the likes of Asda and Tesco have reported a spate of redundancies in what could be the end for the 150-year-old firm.

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Post Office managers’ strike set to disrupt overseas Christmas mail and parcels

Hundreds of Post Office managers are to stage a fresh strike in a dispute over pensions.

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Nice women earn less says new report

Nice women earn less says new report

Women who behave like men earn more than those who are nice, according to new research.

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Aldi issues recall

Aldi recalls popular food dish over allergy fears

ALDI is recalling one of its popular curry dishes because it contains milk, which is not declared within the ingredients list.

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The Safeway name has been restricted to the USA since Morrisons rebranded UK stores in 2005

Morrisons to revive Safeway brand

Morrisons is reviving the Safeway brand as it looks to branch out from selling to consumers and enter the wholesale market.

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The problem pothole

Woman breaks ankle tripping over pothole in Daventry town centre

A woman broke her ankle after tripping over a pothole in Daventry town centre, leaving her eight-year-old grandson to run down the road seeking help.

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