Over the coming weeks and months, NHS Corby Clinical Commissioning Group will be out and about in Corby and the surrounding villages talking to people about their views and experiences of local healthcare services.

You can also follow and participate in the conversation they are having by Clicking on this link: http://www.corbyccg.nhs.uk/current-conversations


Local government shake-up on cards

Mar 16 - Leaders of district and borough councils in Northamptonshire have called forĀ a meeting with the Secretary of State for Local Government. It follows an inspectors' report on the county...

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BFI award for Corby teenager

A teenager from Corby has been picked out by the British Film Institute as "One to Watch". Emily Fisher, 16, is studying GCSEs at Kingswood Secondary Academy but has also been...

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KGH beset by emergency pressure

Mar 8 - Kettering General Hospital say they are under intense emergency care pressures and are urging local people to use NHS services appropriately and stay away from A&E wherever...

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Epilepsy drug behind birth defects banned for women without pregnancy…

An epilepsy drug linked to birth defects in thousands of children will not be given to women of child bearing age unless they are on a pregnancy prevention plan.

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'Perfect storm' for retailers, warns McDonald's boss

Britain's retailers are facing "a perfect storm" that will see businesses squeezed and more corporate failures, according to the UK boss of McDonald's.

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Data row firm Cambridge Analytica's offices raided after court order…

Eighteen enforcement officers have entered Cambridge Analytica's London office after the High Court granted a search warrant.

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Star Trek actor Anton Yelchin's parents settle legal case with…

The parents of late Star Trek actor Anton Yelchin have settled a wrongful death claim against the makers of the car which killed him.

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YouTube enters Oscars race against Netflix and Amazon with Vulture's…

YouTube is planning a major theatrical release eligible for next year's Academy Awards.

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Star Wars deleted scene: Are these the Royals you're looking…

Princes William and Harry were rumoured to have been cut out of the latest Star Wars movie for being too tall for stormtroopers.

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