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  1. Bands from far afield rub shoulders with local stars as Hitchin's...Read the original story w/Photo

    3 hrs ago | Crow

    There's a decidedly international feel to the bill at Hitchin's Club 85 tomorrow night, and enthusiastic promoter Roger King can't wait for it all to come together. He says: "We've got great bands from Portugal and Canada, both of whom are currently touring Europe, alongside a couple of cracking locals."

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  2. Liverpool enter Ben Chilwell race as Reds pursue A 5million summer transfer of Leicester defenderRead the original story w/Photo

    6 hrs ago | Mirror.co.uk

    The Reds believe the 19-year-old left-back is open to the idea of moving to Anfield, although Arsenal are also understood to be interested The Reds value the 19-year-old left-back at around 5million - but the newly crowned Premier League champions are expected to command a bigger fee, report the Liverpool Echo. Liverpool believe Chilwell, who made three first-team appearances for the Foxes this season, is open to the idea of moving to Anfield, although Arsenal are also understood to be interested in the England U20 international.

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  3. 'A likeable fella, a lovely chap' - Community in shock after young...Read the original story w/Photo

    6 hrs ago | Independent.ie

    It is understood Mr Kelly is originally from a small village in east Kilkenny and was working as a plasterer in Luton. Police report Mr Kelly to have been in the Upper George Street area of Luton just after 5am on Sunday morning when "an altercation" broke out.

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  4. Vintage styles for party guestsRead the original story

    6 hrs ago | Miltonkeynes Today

    The Rotary Club of the Brickhills hosted the successful themed event which was enjoyed by around 60 guests, with many getting into the spirit by dressing up in vintage style. A traditional tea of sandwiches, scones and cakes were served whle guests listened to Jessica Willis singing 1940's songs, accompanied by Phil Richardson on keyboard.

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  5. Hunts AC begin with a bang courtesy of their best-ever East Anglian League displayRead the original story w/Photo

    6 hrs ago | Hunts Post

    The Hunts AC Under 15 Girls squad are, left to right, Hannah Bridges, Katie Wright, Charlotte Tweed, Mae Macklin, Alice Claridge, Ellen Bullin, Daniella Scholes, Emily Purbrick. It was a case of start as you mean to go on when Hunts AC produced their best-ever East Anglian League performance.

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  6. Ambulance trust experiences increase in calls over bank holiday weekendRead the original story w/Photo

    6 hrs ago | Hunts Post

    Ambulance staff and volunteers have been thanked for their hard work following a rise in calls over the three day weekend. The East of England Ambulance Service NHS Trust received 1,185 emergency calls, in Cambridgeshire, during the three day May Day bank holiday - five per cent more than last year.

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  7. The young Welsh outside-half yet to commit to Wales who's...Read the original story w/Photo

    7 hrs ago | IcNetwork

    But we're not talking about the Greene King IPA Championship's top-scoring No.10 Gavin Henson, nor the Blues-bound Welsh international Matthew Morgan... but Cardiff-born Callum Sheedy. The 20-year-old had not started a league match until the final day of the regular season but was thrust into the outside-half role with Henson and Adrian Jarvis injured plus Morgan sidelined with a dead leg.

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  8. Young Irish man dies following early morning attack in EnglandRead the original story w/Photo

    8 hrs ago | Independent.ie

    Police report Mr Kelly to have been in the Upper George Street area of Luton just after 5am on Sunday morning when "an altercation" broke out. Police have confirmed that a man has been arrested in connection to the incident but has been released on bail.

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  9. Teddy bear amnesty in Milton KeynesRead the original story

    9 hrs ago | Miltonkeynes Today

    There's every chance that your child has more than enough cuddly pals for a teddy-bears picnic, but there comes a point when the bears needs to be thinned out.a And intu Milton Keynes wants your previously loved, and now overlooked furry friends. Even if he is a bit poorly and has a little stuffing spilling out, he won't be refused - the talented team at The Zip Yard will be repairing any injured teddies at their Teddy Bear Hospital.

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  10. Ramsey archery club is really starting to spread its wingsRead the original story w/Photo

    10 hrs ago | Hunts Post

    The club has grown steadily since launching in 2014 and now boasts more than 20 members, who meet for practise sessions and tournaments at the Old Nene Golf and Country Club, in Ramsey. The club will be running pay and play sessions throughout the summer, with the next instalment taking place from 2.30pm on May 14. There are places still available, priced at A 5. Helen Curtis-Bridges, club secretary, said: "The club will also be taking part in Archery GB's Big Weekend on June 4, and we are encouraging people to come down and get involved.

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  11. Three Northampton men charged with breaking into Co-Op store in OlneyRead the original story

    11 hrs ago | Northampton Today

    Richard Hefford, aged 30, of Telford Street, Upton, Northampton, and Shaun Martin, aged 38, of Darwin Walk, Northampton, were both charged with one count of non-dwelling burglary and one count of being carried in a vehicle taken without the owner's consent. Dean Ingram, aged 30, of Kettering Road, Northampton, was charged with one count of non-dwelling burglary and one count of driving a motor vehicle which had been taken without the owner's consent.

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  12. Denise tackling Race for LifeRead the original story

    Mar 5, 2016 | Luton Today

    Congratulations, you're now registered! Let us know what news and updates you want to hear about and we'll send them straight to your inbox. Former Luton News advertising executive Denise Coates is in the middle of radiotherapy after being diagnosed with breast cancer two days before Christmas.

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  13. It's a case of a local boy done really good as Ben Seymour-Shove...Read the original story w/Photo

    11 hrs ago | Hunts Post

    St Ives Town match-winner Ben Seymour-Shove insists he'll never forget the day he fired his hometown club to promotion. The wideman produced a stunning strike to clinch Southern League Division One play-off final glory for Saints on Bank Holiday.

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  14. Tributes paid to "skateboarding fanatic" Stephen Bayless who died on SundayRead the original story w/Photo

    12 hrs ago | Hunts Post

    Former St Neots man Stephen Bayless who has been described as a "skateboarding fanatic" passed away suddenly at his home in Happisburgh, Norfolk, on Sunday, April 24. Stephen, aged 42, was a prominent and active member of the UK skateboarding scene and was heavily involved in the development of the skateboard park at the Riverside Park in St Neots before he moved to Norfolk with his family. He attended Priory Infant and Junior schools before moving on to Longsands Secondary School where his love of skateboarding began.

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  15. Appeal for witnesses after 'six-vehicle crash' on A1 near St NeotsRead the original story w/Photo

    13 hrs ago | Hunts Post

    Police were called at about 8.45am following reports of an incident believed to have involved six vehicles on the southbound carriageway of A1. A spokesman for Cambridgeshire police said: "The collision involved a Citroen Relay, Citroen DS4, Ford Focus and two Honda Civics.

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  16. Cambridge News commented Six-vehicle collision causes delays in St NeotsRead the original story w/Photo

    16 hrs ago | Cambridge Evening News

    The A1 was closed in the town, with traffic queuing southbound off Kimbolton Turn Off, but one lane has now re-opened. Cambridgeshire police were called at 8.45am to reports of a collision involving multiple vehicles on the southbound carriageway of the A1 near St Neots.

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  17. Hero builder rescues pets from fire that wrecked house in historic high streetRead the original story

    16 hrs ago | Northampton Today

    A hero builder risked his own life to rescue a pet dog and cat from the fire that destroyed part of a town's history. Jack Gallagher and his wife Michelle saw thick smoke coming from the roof of number 73 High Street in Stony Stratford - a centuries-old house sandwiched between two shops - just after 3pm on Sunday.

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  18. One Asian Tiger Might Emulate Leicester City's PerformanceRead the original story

    Mar 5, 2016 | TheStreet.com

    One of the most remarkable, if not the most impossible, situations in sports history has occurred. In Britain, Leicester City have been officially crowned champions of the soccer Premier League.

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  19. Scotland triumph in Home Nations Quadrangular at ScotstounRead the original story

    Monday | Scotsman.com

    It was quite a weekend for Scottish badminton. Kirsty Gilmour claimed Scotland's first-ever European Championship medal with a silver in the women's singles in France and the under-15 squad produced a string of impressive performances in the under-15 Home Nations Quadrangular at Scotstoun in Glasgow.

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  20. Manager Ricky Marheineke hails his 'unbelievable' St Ives Town promotion winnersRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | Hunts Post

    Marheineke led Saints to a dramatic 2-1 success against AFC Rushden & Diamonds today in the Southern League Division One play-off final. Ben Seymour-Shove's extra-time winner provided the perfect finish to a fantastic campaign as St Ives climbed up to Step 3 of the non-league ladder for the first time in their history.

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