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Lost cats and missing keys top list of ridiculous 999 calls

A worrying list of bizarre 999 calls from timewasters includes reports of a ‘confused’ horse and a complaint about too much sweetcorn on a pizza.

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High earners are opting for the likes of Aldi and Lidl

High earners ‘more likely’ to shop Aldi and Lidl than poorest families

Forget Waitrose - high earners are more likely to shop at food discount stores such as Aldi and Lidl than the poorest families, according to new research.

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Mary Berry has been confirmed as a judge for the new series

Are you Britain’s Best Cook? The BBC want you for a new TV show starring Mary Berry

The BBC is looking for Britain’s best cooks, to roast, boil and and bake it off in a new prime-time TV show.

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Example

Example comes to Market Harborough

Example and DJ Wire are the first acts to be announced for a new three day music festival in Market Harborough

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Group sends hugs from Harborough

Group sends hugs from Harborough

A group of volunteers in Market Harborough has launched a new campaign to help refugees living rough in France.

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Harborough firm says good-bye to its longest-serving staff member

Harborough firm says good-bye to its longest-serving staff member

A Harborough estate agency said goodbye to its longest-serving employee at a retirement party last month.

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John Dilley

John's real-time WW1 blog: Scandal of teenage post woman who faked her own suicide after stealing a fortune in Treasury Notes

October 16, 1917...

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Live: Storm Ophelia - What next for weather system which has blighted UK and Ireland?

The latest news as Ophelia – the storm expected to bring 80mph winds to Britain and Ireland today (Monday) – was first tracked nearly 900 miles off the coast of the Azores on October 9.

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Dominic Raab - why tougher penalties for those who bring death and destruction to our roads are needed

Dominic Raab - why tougher penalties for those who bring death and destruction to our roads are needed

In a split second, someone’s life can be changed forever.

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Product warning

Popular children’s ball toy recalled over safety fears

A children’s toy has been recalled by Babies ‘R’ Us following fears that it could pose a choking hazard.

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When it comes to spicy food, can you handle the heat?

Morrisons launches UK’s ‘hottest’ supermarket curry but it won’t be around long

When it comes to spicy food, can you handle the heat?

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VIDEO: Shocking CCTV footage released to put the brakes on reckless drivers hitting refuse workers

Shocking CCTV footage has been released to help put the brakes on reckless drivers hitting refuse workers as they push past in their cars and mount pavements to avoid bin lorries.

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"Hangover-free" prosecco is on sale in Lidl

Lidl launch ‘hangover-free’ prosecco

If you’re prone to hangover hell every time the bubbly is popped Lidl have answered your prayers with a prosecco that’s allegedly hangover free.

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The flu jab

It’s official - ‘man flu’ does exist, finds study

It’s official ... ‘man flu’ DOES exist - because men are more likely to call in sick with a cold than women are, according to new research.

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Fizzy drinks linked to liver disease in children

Fizzy drinks damaging kids’ livers

A sweetener used in fizzy drinks, cakes, biscuits and ice cream is fuelling a potentially fatal liver disease in children, according to new research.

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Cllr Neil Bannister

New leader elected for Harborough District Council

A new leader has been picked for the Harborough district.

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Oakman staff in action

Popular pub-restaurant chain Oakman Inns announces buoyant trading

Oakman Inns & Restaurants which operate venues across Northants, Bucks, Beds, Herts, Oxon, Warwikshire and beyond has announced that trading over the first half of financial year 2017/18 has been buoyant.

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Bringhurst pupils in fine voice and ready for opera performance

Bringhurst pupils in fine voice and ready for opera performance

Pupils from Bringhurst Primary School have created their own ten-minute opera which they will perform at the Nevill Holt Opera Festival next summer.

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Lisa Parratt pictured with her pet Shadow has set up a pet food bank service in Market Harborough.
PICTURE: ANDREW CARPENTER NNL-171110-083803005

Pet food bank launches in Market Harborough

England’s first “pet food bank” has just been started by a Market Harborough woman.

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Leaders gather for opening of new crematorium near Harborough

Leaders gather for opening of new crematorium near Harborough

An official ceremony to mark the opening of a new crematorium in the heart of Leicestershire was held this week.

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