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3 hrs ago | Dunstable Today
Former pupils of Dunstable Grammar School are suffering particular pangs of nostalgia this year with the news that the buildings there are under threat.
7 hrs ago | Miltonkeynes Today
A Milton Keynes worker rubbed shoulders with Dragons' Den and entrepreneur Peter Jones last week as she graduated from a BTEC Business course.
11 hrs ago | Miltonkeynes Today
A young mum who once rubbed shoulders with the Prime Minister has dressed as Catwoman to climb a city building as a parental rights activist.
11 hrs ago | Buckingham Today
But SiA n Whyte, from Buckingham, still managed to raise A 2,000 for Willen Hospice after taking part in the Isle of Wight Challenge.
14 hrs ago | Dunstable Today
In their book The Story Of Luton, published two years later, local historians James Dyer and John Dony wrote that the new library was built "in a modern and refreshing style with a gramophone record and music library, as well as a theatre and lecture room".
More readers are contacting The Hunts Post to say they feel their areas have been left in the dark following lamppost replacement work - and the county council has no plans to review or analyse streets where work has been completed.
A little girl who is one of just 75 children in the UK diagnosed with an extremely rare neurological disease has been described as a fighter.
A Mini Cooper, which overturned, and an Audi A3 crashed on the road between the Kempston and Marston Moretain junctions during rush hour.
If you know a good citizen, then nominations are being taken for the title of 2015 Honorary Burgess of Leighton Buzzard and Linslade.
Specialist police officers clamped down on nuisance bikers in Stopsley over the Bank Holiday weekend, following rafts of complaints from residents.
Peter Kelly, 75, from Woburn Sands, Milton Keynes. The Royal Mail have been refusing to deliver post to his address after they complained that the hanging flower baskets outside his house obstructed them.
Network Rail has apologised to commuters at Huntingdon and St Neots after journeys this morning were disrupted by overhead power problems.
The shortlist is now down to five. "I think in the end everyone was happy," says Philae manager Stephan Ulamec.
Crews from Newport Pagnell, Bletchley, Broughton and Great Holm remain on site to control the cooling of the cylinders, which were at risk of exploding.
MK8, which covers areas including Two Mile Ash, Great Holm, Wymbush, Crownhill and Grange Farm ranked in the top ten in an analysic to mark the 40th anniversary of the allocation of postcodes to every address in Britain.
APPEAL: Geoff Heathcock, from the RNLI, left, wants to hear from potential members of a new St Neots branch of the charity.
Two boys were left with head and facial injuries after a fight between a group of teenagers in Milton Keynes last week.
Updated: Thu Aug 28, 2014 05:11 pm
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