A judicial review over the future of Corby's Urgent Care Centre is set to go ahead.

A judge gave permission for the case to proceed today ( Jun 19 ) at an initial hearing - campaigners say it's now due to be heard next month.

The "Save our Corby UCC" group had formed online initally last year over original concerns over the closure of the centre. Since then changes to how it will operate in the future have been brought forward by NHS bosses locally.

Instead of the current walk-in system, an appointments based scheme has been devised which is seeking to get sameday treatment for the public. The campaigners argue such changes need a full consultation, and not the "conversation" carried out by the NHS group.

A public engagement since then, between February and April this year, saw eighteen hundred people talk to NHS Corby face-to-face about the questions they posed on the service.

NHS Corby say their findings included two-thirds of respondents being confident the new system would mean sameday access.

Jun 15 - A controlled explosion has been carried out outside a Corby supermarket after it was evacuated.

Police were called to the Tesco Extra store on Oakley Road at 1:30pm, after concerns were raised about a suspicious package found outside the store.

An RAF explosive disposal unit were brought in once police had cleared the store, its car park and cordoned the site off.

Northants Police later said the operation had been completed and the cordon was being lifted.

Traffic was heavy around Corby as a result of the incident and trains between Corby and Kettering were stopped for a time.

Police have thanked the public for their co-operation and patience while emergency services dealt with the incident.

Colourful banners promoting Corby have now reached George Street.

The "Love Corby" not-for-profit marketing group have added twelve to the town centre route - which they say are designed to raise the profile of the town as a destination and what it has to offer to residents, visitors and businesses.

Similar banners have already been put in place on Westcott Way. Love Corby said they were grateful to firms who had supported the campaign and added that an online scheme to promote job vacancies in the town has already had success.

The founder of Corby's Adrenaline Alley has been honoured in the Queens Birthday Honours List, revealed on June 9.

Mandy Young has worked for a number of years on the project which has developed into a thriving urban sports centre.

Her initial idea was to create a safe space for youngsters to skate, and has developed with the support of various charities and Mandy and her team's hard work.

Mandy will receive the MBE for services to young people in Corby.

A county council statement is reminding people in Corby that problems on roads need to be reported through the "Street Doctor" part of NCC's website.

It's as the authority earmarks a number of Corby streets for surface work in July.

They are Spalding Road, Grimsby Close, Saxilby Close, Surfleet Close, Spilsby Close, Eastbrook, Shetland Way, Fotheringhay Road and Kingsthorpe Avenue.

They say the micro-asphalting they'll be doing is to prevent further deterioriation of roads.