Your Monday Headlines, 4th November
Written by Newsteam on November 4, 2019
Family of murdered twenty three year old Reece Ottaway have spoken on how his death has broken their family. Four of the five men involved in his murder have been handed life sentences and will serve more than 100 years between them.
Police officers are appealing for witnesses after a taxi driver was robbed of his money and car On Billingbrook Road. The driver was attacked by his teenage passengers before they stole his taxi which was found later crashed into several stationary vehicles.
Fashion students at the University of Northampton have created a line of clothing that’s made entirely from fabric off cuts. The global fashion industry is under pressure to improve its record on sustainability and its hoped projects like this could be an alternative to landfill.
A fourth resident at A Northampton care home is to turn 100 this year. Joan Gammage who lives at St Christopher’s Care Home will be celebrating her birthday tomorrow.
Nineteen officers have joined the ranks of Northamptonshire Special Constabulary after being sworn into their new roles at a ceremony earlier this month.
The Q-Film weekender returns to the Northampton Filmhouse this weekend. The filmhouse will be Showcasing LGBT cinema from across the world. The weekender starts this Friday evening.
Northampton Stagecoach route X7 between Harborough Road and Market Harborough will divert via the A14 and A6 in both directions starting this morning for five days due to a road closure on the A508. Delays are possible for travelers.
And in sport, Northampton Town manager Keith Curle has wished Midfielder Shaun McWilliams a speedy recovery after his appendix operation on Saturday.