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Charity cycle challenge in memory of their father

Three brothers from Luton took part in a 220km cycle in Canada to raise money for The Cancer Trust in memory of their dad.

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Properties searched in Luton raid

Bedfordshire Police have reassured the public that property searches in Luton are not terror-related, they are part of an ongoing investigation into the the supply of Class A drugs.

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Hertfordshire Police is investigating the incident

Drugs warrant sees three men arrested

Three people have been arrested after Operational Sentinel officers executed a drugs warrant at a Luton betting shop in George Street on Friday.

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Raising money for hospital

Thirteen members of staff from Luton and Dunstable hospital’s Children’s ward are doing a skydive on Saturday, August 26, to raise money for the Woodlands unit.

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Baymax is still missing

Puppy is still missing

The owners of a missing 14-week-old puppy from Luton are continuing to appeal for information to help find him.

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The Vauxhall Cavalier and Chevette Club will be bringing two of their Cavalier Mk1's to Luton's shopping centre on Saturday

Classic cars on display at The Mall

Classic car enthusiasts will be pleased to hear that The Mall Luton will have two classic cars parked up in the shopping centre on Saturday.

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SMIDS Peter Borg-Neal, CEO Oakman Inns with some of his team

Oakman Inns pub operator gets Royal seal of approval

What do Oakman Inns, Waitrose, Barclays, BAe and the Co-Op all have in common?

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Tesco recalls thousands of products including Maltesers, Galaxy bars and Quorn mince

Tesco recalls thousands of products including Maltesers, Galaxy bars and Quorn mince

Tesco has recalled a huge list of items and products, including chocolate bars and quorn mince.

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‘Supermarket X’ could have infected thousands with hepatitis through infected sausages

‘Supermarket X’ could have infected thousands with hepatitis through infected sausages

A major UK supermarket could have infected thousands of people with a strain of hepatitis E through its pork sausages, says researchers at Public Health England (PHE).

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Cop jailed for possessing child porn images

Cop jailed for possessing child porn images

A former Bedfordshire police officer has been jailed after pleading guilty to possessing indecent images of children.

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The average modern British family revealed

The average modern British family revealed

The average modern family wakes up at 6:55am on a weekday, watches three and a half hours of television a day - and has a Ford on the driveway.

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Have you got what it takes to be a firefighter?

Do you want to be part of a team that can help save lives?

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Get ready to rock as hospice festival returns

Get ready to rock as hospice festival returns

KeechFest is back by popular demand with a fun-filled day of back to back live music acts and family entertainment.

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Tesco recalls cooking sauce after allergy fears

Tesco recalls cooking sauce after allergy fears

Tesco is recalling jars of one of its own brand cooking sauces because of allergy fears.

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Putting off car maintenance when it is required could invalidate your car insurance.

10 ways you could be invalidating your car insurance

According to new research by price comparison site uSwitch.com, two thirds (63%) of drivers make simple errors which can leave them out of pocket should they need to make a claim.

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There will be a solar eclipse tonight: what are your chances of seeing it?

There will be a solar eclipse tonight: what are your chances of seeing it?

A solar eclipse is expected tonight (Monday), with some parts of the world seeing a TOTAL eclipse as the moon passes in between the Earth and the sun.

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Scheme helps 10 find permanent employment

Scheme helps 10 find permanent employment

Govia Thameslink Railway (GTR) has offered 10 young people including one from Houghton Regis and another from Sandy, new roles with Thameslink, Great Northern and Southern, after they graduated from a work experience scheme the rail operator runs with The Prince’s Trust.

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Charity that helps sick children and their families in call for help

Charity that helps sick children and their families in call for help

A charity which matches specially trained volunteers with families with children with complex heart conditions or feeding issues is asking for more people to help.

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Brand choices such as Coke or Pepsi ‘can break up relationships’

Brand choices such as Coke or Pepsi ‘can break up relationships’

Preferring Pepsi to Coke or McDonald’s to Burger King could doom your relationship, according to new research.

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50 nuggets of wisdom every parent should pass on to their kids

50 nuggets of wisdom every parent should pass on to their kids

Parents hand down the same 29 nuggets of wisdom to their children that their own parents did - including ‘get an education’ and ‘always try your best’.

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