Talented Holly White has won a place in the national finals of the Teen Star competition.
Music and film composer David Arnold, who has been involved with various James Bond films and the 2012 London Olympics, opened a new recording studio this week.
A deadline for expressions of interest in rescuing a Milton Keynes company from adminstration passes this evening (Friday).
An appeal to sponsor a puppy which will be trained to help disabled people is close to reaching the total of £10,000 needed for the project.
Local UKIP chiefs have the wrong end of the stick when it comes to a Conservative pact Nadine Dorries MP claimed this week.
The number of operations cancelled by Bedford Hospital has increased by 30 per cent in a year.
A devastated family have paid tribute to ‘loving and loyal’ Sonielia Holmes who died following a fall at Bedford Hospital.
An eighth century king could be buried close to the site of the planned Riverside North development in Bedford, it was claimed this week.
Preventing poachers from killing rhinos in Africa is still the mission of Bedford’s Frank Spiniello.
Dementia awareness and support was top of the agenda on Monday with a special roadshow at the Harpur Suite.
A murder investigation is open after a pensioner was stabbed to death at his home in Vineyard Way, Kempston.
Detectives investigating the death of a man in Kempston last night (Tuesday 14 May) have arrested a 24-year-old man on suspicion of murder.
Bridge repairs will see Manor Road in Kempston Hardwick closed to traffic from May 20.
An inquest has been opened after a pensioner died at a bridge in Roxton.
A stationery shop has been nominated as one of the top card retailers in the UK.
Parking issues and filling empty buildings are two major issues a Ampthill’s new mayor is set to focus on this year.
Angry commuters were left stranded at Bedford station after the train driver went straight through Flitwick without stopping.
A Ride Free motorcycle event took place at Redborne Upper School in Ampthill to encourage bikers to continually improve their riding skills.
Thanks to early information received from members of the public, Bedfordshire Police were able to close down an illegal rave which was planned in Flitwick on Bank Holiday Monday (May 6). At around 6.45pm, Bedfordshire Police received a call from a member of the public concerned about a gathering of 30 to 40 teenagers close to the Village Hall in Dunstable Road, Flitwick.
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Saturday 25 May 2013
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