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Two men arrested over robbery

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Success so far for young Alex after major surgery

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Great response to Katherine Boulton appeal

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FEATURE: The tiny village with a thriving business park

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WATCH: From twerking builders to Scottish football fans: 10 most complained-about adverts in 2016

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Disney toys recalled over safety concerns

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Burglars steal firearms from village home

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The advert for Naturist Cleaners. (Photo: Facebook)

Naked female cleaners wanted to clean houses in Harborough totally nude for £45 an hour

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35% of British workers admit to having got away with a nap at work

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Reuben Arrowsmith will return to the ring next month

Belt challenge a big step in Arrowsmith’s career

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Nick Pollard

Bees confident they can make up for low point

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Kibworth junior members of at their awards evening. Back from left: Sam Haynes-Coote, Harvey Fitzpatrick, Stephen Hebborn, Ollie Lewis, Ben Walters, Ruth Brooks, Jake Fromant, Owen Brooks, Wendy Quilter (ladies captain), Andy Cole (mens captain). Front: Mitchell Wright, Thomas Walters, Kai Williamson, Emily Wolverson

Fitzpatrick’s fine season is given its reward by Kibworth

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Football and rugby games abandoned due to cows

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Big stage is the perfect platform for Reuben

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Sports challenge will be tough but Bees hopes to offer a sting

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World Championships spot is secured by Gray

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Sam Bailey coming to Northampton

Interview: X Factor winner Sam Bailey speaks ahead of Northampton date

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Some of the latecomers arrive back in Leeuwarden after dark.

Travel: A unique Dutch winter challenge

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Travel writer Ella Walker outside Jane Austen's house.

Travel: Book a novel weekend break

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Ex Harborough Mail editor John Dilley with a copy of the Market Harborough Advertiser.

JOHN DILLEY’S WWI BLOG: How the town helped soldiers get their Christmas presents

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