Jo Birchall to sing at BBPT
Blond beauty and Pop Idol finalist Jo Birchall will give an exclusive performance of her charity single All About Love at The Red Lion in Luton tomorrow .
Wed Aug 20, 2014
East Anglian Daily Times
East Anglia: Region's output growing fast but still below...
The East of England was the fourth fastest growing region in England during the second quarter of 2014, according to analysis by Royal Bank of Scotland.
Tue Aug 19, 2014
Charity pub tour heads to Luton with carnival procession
Britain's Biggest Pub Tour is heading to Luton's Yate's and The Red Lion on Friday, August 22, The tour which is in aid of Variety, the children's charity, will visit the Stonegate Pub company's head office at Capability Green Business Park before moving to the town centre.
Mon Aug 18, 2014
Flitwick man among gang found guilty over shooting of man, 27, on his way to work
A Flitwick man is one of three found guilty of being involved in the shooting of a 27-year-old man as he made his way to work.
Fri Aug 15, 2014
Police appeal after car stolen from driveway
Police in Luton are asking for information regarding the whereabouts of a stolen Vauxhall Astra that was taken from the driveway of a house in Aldhous Close.
Shopkeeper is fined A 600 for fly tipping
A Luton man has been fined 600 and ordered to pay an extra 603 in costs after an investigation by Central Bedfordshire Council linked him to waste found fly-tipped in a field in Slip End, Bedfordshire, which had to be cleared at the Council's expense.
Thu Aug 14, 2014
Woman bitten by award-winning dog
A dog that bit a woman after winning a Good Citizen award at Crufts must be muzzled in public, a judge has ruled.
Shopkeeper's bid to stop store plan
A Luton newsagent has started a petition to stop a Tesco store being built on the site of his shop.
Wed Aug 13, 2014
Tragedy strikes as war starts
The people of Luton barely had time to register that war had been declared before the first casualties were announced.
Mon Aug 11, 2014
Council officers want planning permission for new Morrisons store refused
Supermarket giant Morrisons says it is "not surprised" its plans for a new store in Dallow Road, Luton, have been recommended for refusal as council officers "appeared to be set against it" from the start.
Keepmoat wins work to lower energy bills for more than 1,000 residents
More than 1,000 social housing residents in the south of England are looking forward to warmer homes and lower energy bills after Keepmoat won contracts to deliver major energy efficiency works.
Sun Aug 10, 2014
Leighton Buzzard Online
Invitation to meet council for mental health services
The South Essex Partnership University NHS Foundation Trust is holding a Council of Governors meeting in Luton next week.
Sat Aug 09, 2014
Three-year-old girl Mayah Shazad dies in Luton bus collision
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Thu Aug 07, 2014
High flying Barry wins his wings
A brave Luton man has achieved a lifelong ambition and won his flying wings - in spite of being severely disabled after complications following surgery for a long-term spinal injury.
Mon Aug 04, 2014
Teenager completes 130 mile walk for charity
The parents of a Bovingdon teenager are "extremely proud of their daughter" after she completed a 130 mile walk for charity.
Fri Aug 01, 2014
On a vote and a prayer: how evangelical groups could influence the election
Luton South in Bedfordshire is not the most glamorous of constituencies, but in every election from 1951 onwards it went to the party that formed the government.
Thu Jul 31, 2014
Biker chases down motorist who struck him in 'targeted attack'
A biker who 'could easily have been killed' in a Luton collision got into the car that struck him to chase down its fleeing owner yesterday.
Double amputee abandoned 'numerous' times at bus stop
A Luton diabetic who has had both legs amputated has missed vital medical appointments because he has been unable to board a bus to get him into town.
Wed Jul 30, 2014
MP welcomes Barnfield break-up
The separation of Barnfield College from its academy trust is the fallout from an 'aggressive expansion programme', according to Luton South MP Gavin Shuker.
Man admits love rival leg-break plot
A man accused of a hatching plot to kill has told a jury he arranged for his love rival's legs to be broken, but did not intend to murder him.