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News archive

News published May 2011

  • Wellingborough caterers fined for rat infested warehouse

    Published 24 May 2011

    Directors of Wellingborough company Pooja Caterers have pleaded guilty to three food hygiene offences after the council’s environmental health officers discovered an unregistered food warehouse.

  • Funding helps reduce antisocial behaviour

    Published 18 May 2011

    Antisocial behaviour (ASB) in the Kiln and Minerva Way area in Wellingborough is reducing, thanks to the efforts of Wellingborough’s Community Safety Partnership and local residents.

  • Work starts for Wellingborough councillors

    Published 11 May 2011

    It was straight down to business for members of Wellingborough Council on 10 May as they attended an induction day in the council chamber.

  • Unlicensed taxi driver prosecuted

    Published 11 May 2011

    A taxi driver has been prosecuted by Wellingborough Council for not holding an up-to-date private hire drivers licence while driving a taxi, and for not being adequately insured to carry out private hire work.

  • Man guilty of wheelie bin offence

    Published 11 May 2011

    A Wellingborough man has been prosecuted for leaving his wheeled bins out on the street. Matthew Wall, of Shearwater Lane, pleaded guilty to an offence of not complying with a Waste Receptacle Notice served on him by Wellingborough Council.