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King’s House School pupils meet Australian High Commissioner

Little learners from Luton’s King’s House School visited Australia House to intervew High Commissioner Alexander Downer, whose role is equivalent to that of ambassador.

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The Queen and The Duke of Edinburgh feed Donna the elephant a banana

Whipsnade Zoo is on mission conservation!

After Her Majesty The Queen gave the Whipsnade Zoo Centre for Elephant Care the royal seal of approval, the hardworking keepers begin their conservation mission.

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Majority get their first choice Central Beds school place

Children across Central Bedfordshire have found out today where they will be starting school or transferring to middle school in September.

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Luton mezzo soprano Hannah Bennett who has won a scholarship for a posr graduate course at the Royal Academy of Music

Luton singer credits her success to the town’s support and encouragement

Hannah Bennett won’t hear a word said against Luton and becomes particularly cross when people call it a ‘crap’ town.

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Bus service reduced from Kensworth

Kensworth residents will have to wait until after 9am to travel to Dunstable when a new bus service starts next month.

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'Eloquence is certainly essentiel in the field of law, but I think it opens so many doors beyond that,' says Alice

Former King’s Houghton pupil wins top prize

A talented university student from Houghton Regis has been crowned the winner of the European Prize for Eloquence.

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Beecroft Academy School Council with Andrew Selous MP

Beecroft Academy’s school council presents the good, the bad and the ugly of Dunstable

Beecroft Academy’s school council took part in a project to identify what is good and bad about Dunstable and what can be improved.

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School’s play a roaring success

School’s play a roaring success

Children at a Dunstable primary school have been in the spotlight with a spectacular production of Disney’s classic stage hit The Lion King.

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Kychia on the catwalk

Luton Community Housing residents strut their stuff on catwalk

There’s nothing like being sponsored on a course at Fashion Show Live Academy to boost self esteem, as two young women from Luton Community Housing – which put them forward for the programme – will testify.

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Colleges looking to merge

Central Bedfordshire College is considering a merger with Barnfield College.

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Older mums are better mums says new study

Older mums are better mums says new study

Older women make better mums with their children displaying fewer behavioural, social and emotional difficulties, a new study reveals.

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Reo is now happy and healthy

‘People won’t stand by’ and watch cruelty say RSPCA

The number of animal cruelty complaints investigated in Bedfordshire by the RSPCA has risen.

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Anna with the Junior School girls

Head Girl Anna drives tractor to school!

A young Hockliffe farmer had an eventful commute into school when she arrived driving a tractor to raise awareness of women in agriculture.

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Rajesh at Everest base camp. He is now climbing in Nepal.

Pharmacist’s mountain mission to help earthquake victims

An ambitious Luton pharmacist is trekking a famous Nepal mountain range to help the country’s children receive a better education.

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The coaches with Denise.

Judo club meet Olympian Denise and celebrate medal success!

A Dunstable Judo club enjoyed a weekend of success when they met Olympic champion Denise Lewis OBE.

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Luton Sixth  Form  and Harlow Colleges are joining forces in a Home Office-funded project No Love for Hate. Part of the camapign is this poster for the play Us and Them, written by former Luton Sixth  Former Teresa Burns

Luton Sixth Form College in No Love for Hate project

Community cohesion and far-right extremism are two of the issues being explored by Luton Sixth Form College and Harlow College as part of a Home Office-funded project.

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Are you smarter than an 11 year old? Find out by taking the tes

11 PLUS QUIZ: Are you smarter than an 11 year old?

New research has revealed just 16% of parents score full marks in an 11 Plus quiz.

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Westminster killer ‘taught at Luton college’

Westminster terrorist Khalid Masood taught in a Luton school according to The Sun.

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Gabor and other successful candidates celebrated their award by going go-karting. Credit: Joel Chant

Gabor achieves prestigious engineer award

A Dunstable engineer has celebrated a career miletone after completing a prestigious apprenticeship.

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Yoga teacher Sophie Morris does a yoga demonstration at Dunstable's Tithe Farm Primary School

Dunstable students learn mindfulness through yoga

Little learners at Dunstable’s Tithe Farm Primary School are moving towards a more mindful approach, after a morning of sessions with yoga teacher Sophie Morris.

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