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Eight-legged dog has walk-on role
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Laurels go to nature fans in youth awards
A Luton woman has raised over £1,500 for ‘vital’ charity Keech Hospice by leaping 10,000ft out of an aeroplane.
Nine out of 10 business owners would set out on their own again despite the difficulties of running their own firms.
Beds Police crime commissioner Olly Martins is putting up Colette Paul, currently Deputy Chief Constable of South Wales Police, as the county’s new Chief Constable.4 comments
A singer-songwriter from Dunstable is hopeful of winning the chance to support singing sensation Gabrielle Aplin on her up-coming UK tour.1 comment
I was fascinated to read the tale of a long-gone Dunstable shrine, now to be reinstated at the Priory Church.
England manager Roy Hodgson announced his latest squad at Vauxhall’s Luton headquarters today, as the car giant announced an extension to their sponsorship deal with the Football Association.
Running the line at last weekend’s FA Vase final between Tunbridge Wells and Spennymoor Town at Wembley was a dream come true for proud Bedfordshire FA official Daniel Robathan, writes Mark Wood.
Crawley Green held their presentation evening on Friday at Crawley Green Sports & Social Club.
Departing Town midfielder James Dance was left frustrated when a number of loan moves in the January window blocked, writes Mark Wood.
New Town signing Elliot Justham admitted that Hatters boss John Still and number two Terry Harris were a massive draw behind him joining, writes Mark Wood.
Slip End claim runners-up sport as they ready for Carrow Road final
Luton boxer Jordan Reynolds won his Southern Championships quarter-final bout with a third round stoppage of Hayden Bullock from Crawley ABC.
Luton Town & Indians saw their Saracens Herts League Division One clash with Reed ruined by the rain on Saturday.
Pounding the pavements is part of thousands of Lutonians’ daily commute, as they nearly top the table for walking to work.
After a 10-year renovation, one of Europe’s most important art galleries, The Rijksmuseum, has reopened in Amsterdam.
The largest independent estate agency in the UK has launched a new upmarket sister agency in response to the growing demand for a niche estate agent to meet the needs of discerning buyers at the top end of the property market.
Cali-R promoter Sid Hudson is shrugging off the disappointment of cancelling his open air summer event and planning ahead for a bumper Christmas bash.
Action-heavy crime thriller GANGSTER SQUAD (15: Warner) has more brawn than brains, but sets its sights firmly from the start and hits the mark with relish.
The search is on for the poet laureate of Luton, Dunstable and Leighton.
A consultation on where new gipsy and traveller pitches should go in Central Bedfordshire starts on May 20.
At a little farm tucked away on Dunstable Downs, there are some very happy pigs.
A youth had to be rescued after getting stuck up a tree in Houghton Regis on Monday, May 13.
Dunstable’s Priory Church, which celebrates its 800th anniversary this year, will hold its spring fair on Saturday, May 18.
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Weather for Luton
Sunday 19 May 2013
Temperature: 10 C to 18 C
Wind Speed: 14 mph
Wind direction: North
Temperature: 11 C to 17 C
Wind Speed: 15 mph
Wind direction: North