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Snow warning for our region issued by Met Office

The Met Office has issued a yellow weather warning for snow and ice in the home counties today, Sunday January 21.

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Just one of over 200 illustrations to collect in the brilliant Arcade Mode

Console Corner: Street Fighter V Arcade Edition review

Finally worthy of legendary series.

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Comment: Nationalising our railways is the only way to fix chronic problems

Just who exactly supports the UK’s privatised railway industry?

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Pie-lovers are up in arms because tinned Fray Bentos ‘contain less meat’

Pie-lovers are up in arms because tinned Fray Bentos ‘contain less meat’

Horrified carnivores have blasted a British food institution online – complaining famous tinned Fray Bentos pies ‘don’t contain enough meat.’

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5 apps that will help you save money

5 apps that will help you save money

January is traditionally a month for money-saving resolutions, with many people forced to tighten the purse strings after going gung-ho with the plastic over Christmas and New Year.

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Surplus lambs reared on performance-formulated lamb milk replacer perform just as well as lambs running naturally with the ewe

FARMING MATTERS: Study into rearing surplus lambs

We lamb in the spring, but for farmers who are looking ahead to the Easter market, indoor lambing is now underway.

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Discover the Lake District so loved by William Wordsworth.

Travel: Getting away for National Storytelling Week

Whether you’re a fan of Tennyson, Wordsworth or Hardy, you can now follow in the footsteps of your literary heroes as leading walking and activity holiday provider, HF Holidays, has created a list of inspiring UK getaways as part of National Storytelling Week (27 January to 3 February). It offers you the chance to create your own unforgettable story by wandering through the landscapes and coastlines that inspired these great writers.

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Man wanted in connection with four thefts of cars

A man with links to Hertfordshire and Bedfordshire is wanted by police in connection with four thefts of cars.

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West Street car park, Leighton Buzzard

Tech-savvy drivers in Leighton Buzzard to benefit from change in car park contractor

Parking in Central Beds Council-run car parks in Leighton Buzzard should be easier for tech-savvy motorists after a new contractor took over the service.

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Fire and Rescue

Linslade house devastated by fire

A huge blaze ripped through a Linslade house yesterday morning, leaving the property with serious fire and smoke damage.

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Leighton groups urged to apply for grants to help youngsters

Leighton groups urged to apply for grants to help youngsters

Leighton-Linslade Town Council (LLTC) is investing £150,000 in local voluntary organisations who provide clubs and activities for young people aged from 11 to 19.

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Anti-social behaviour drops in Leighton Buzzard, but stats reveal rise in crime

The latest crime figures (Oct-Dec 2017) show that Leighton Buzzard is the best behaved town in the area – although crime has increased from a year ago.

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UPDATE: Power cuts strike Leighton-Linslade again with over 1,900 properties affected

UPDATE: Power cuts strike Leighton-Linslade again with over 1,900 properties affected

Leighton-Linslade businesses and residents are still stuck in the dark, as engineers battle to fix a power cut in the town.

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Views made clear on controversial potential housing site in Linslade

Several members of the public turned up at a Leighton-Linslade Town Council meeting to register their anger at plans to designate a Green Belt site in Linslade for possible housing development.

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BREAKING: Power cuts strike Leighton-Linslade again with over 1,900 properties affected

BREAKING: Power cuts strike Leighton-Linslade again with over 1,900 properties affected

Leighton-Linslade has been hit by two power cuts, as engineers strive to help customers and businesses left in the dark.

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Man attacked and robbed by gang in Leighton Buzzard park

Police are appealing for witnesses after a man was attacked and robbed by a gang in a Leighton Buzzard park last week.

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Flitwick take over lead in Bedfordshire League

BEDFORDSHIRE LEAGUE

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Woburn Abbey

Significant transformation of Woburn Abbey will mean 18-month closure to visitors

Woburn Abbey is scheduled to be closed to visitors for about 18 months from September 2019 as it undergoes the biggest refurbishment since it first opened to the public in 1955.

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Complaint launched against Bedfordshire PCC

Complaint launched against Bedfordshire PCC

Luton Council of Mosques has launched a complaint against Bedfordshire Police and Crime Commissioner Kathryn Holloway after she shared details of on-going sexual offence investigations during a televised hearing.

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Dick Whittington

Dick’s journey to Heath and Reach

The festive season might be over but there is still time for one last hurrah with a popular pantomime being performed later this month.

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