Luton Today

Moggie Bella’s escapade is hard to swallow

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CCTV images issued in relation to fraudulent use of bank card in Luton

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KFC in The Mall Luton is open

KFC restaurants in Luton and Dunstable are open today despite the company experiencing a chicken shortage

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Warning over cold call fraudsters claiming to be from Home Office

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Channel 4 wants contestants for new series of Hunted

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How to work out if someone has blocked you from Facebook

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Luton groups encouraged to apply for share of £10,000

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Jamie Mills  Photographer: Sergeant Donald Todd (RLC) /MoD Crown Copyright

Luton teenager wins prize from Army

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Video: Prezzo turns to the dark side with the launch of the UK’s first charcoal-based pizza

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Town midfielder Luke Berry in action

Hatters midfielder knows competition to stay in is fierce

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Luton defender Frankie Musonda

LOAN WATCH: Musonda starts as City fight back to win

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Town’s lead trimmed as Wycombe and Accrington gain ground

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Faisal Malik and his team

Malik shines with victory on his MMA debut

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Two for Bamford as Green claim vital win over Cockfosters

Non League

Luton chief ready for 'frightening prospect' of a fully fit squad

Luton Town

Magnificent Main is runner-up at National Silver tournament

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Fantastic Frankie just too strong for Yousef

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KFC in The Mall Luton is open

KFC restaurants in Luton and Dunstable are open today despite the company experiencing a chicken shortage

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The Nintendo Switch has been a staggering success

Console Corner: Why the Nintendo Switch is in it for the long haul

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Video: Prezzo turns to the dark side with the launch of the UK’s first charcoal-based pizza

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KFC in The Mall Luton is open

KFC restaurants in Luton and Dunstable are open today despite the company experiencing a chicken shortage

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Video: Prezzo turns to the dark side with the launch of the UK’s first charcoal-based pizza

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Poundland selling video games for £5? It’s the 1980s all over again

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