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Currently only four per cent of the services' retained firefighters are women, which is in line with the national a average.
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MACH 2014 is the UK's largest event for Manufacturing Technologies. Over five days, more than 20,000 visitors will see some 500 exhibitors putting their latest technologies and innovations through their paces.
As events surrounding the disappearance of Malasian Airlines flight MH370 unfold - we look at some of the most unusual aircraft incidents through history A 12-mile oil slick has been discovered by the Vietnamese Navy - the first piece of evidence that flight MH370 may have crashed.
The Westminster Drug Project is working with Beds Police, Biggleswade Town Council, Central Beds Council and other partners to help vulnerable members of the community.
Police said a man had been seen acting suspiciously before a fire started at the back of the mosque on Manor Road, Bletchley, at about 01:00 GMT.
Stony Stratford: Volunteers are needed to support the Alzheimer's Society's popular Art & Craft Group in Stony Stratford on a Tuesday morning.
Two up in the air, two down? Couple spend 40,000 transforming the first floor of their terraced home into a Boeing 737 aeroplane...and it has got so big they are moving it to an industrial unit A couple who are obsessed with aeroplanes have spent 40,000 turning the upstairs of their terraced home into an exact replica of a Boeing 737.
Carp angling is not just about getting away from it all on private, secluded lakes.
The Lib Dem Minister for Health Norman Lamb visited MK yesterday to investigate whether health services are adequate for the city's growing population.
A teenager who "could not find his niche" in life died after jumping off a bridge in St Neots last year.
David Cameron said the Help to Buy mortgage scheme was bringing "peace of mind" to young home owners as he insisted it was not causing damage to the property market.
Famous hauliers Eddie Stobart and other companies stepped in to help a Kempston charity take delivery of a huge printing machine.
Ernulf Academy headteacher Scott Preston and Longsands Academy headteacher Rick Carroll with Longsands pupils Sam Harding and Abbey Foster.
Work last month on replacing a fireplace in Mayfield Road, Dunstable, has led to a link with this vanished row of cottages in West Street.
One crew from Huntingdon and one crew from St Neots were called to Belle Isle Crescent at 8.30am.
WHIZZ! Bang! Crackle! The British Science Association is bringing a host of exciting experiments to the Grafton Shopping Centre on Saturday for you to get stuck into.