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Beales closing down sale
It has been confirmed today that the Bedford branch of Beales will close within eight weeks, despite the joint administrators saying that they are still...
railway lines storm damage
Network Rail and train operators across the East Midlands are imposing 50mph speed restrictions on trains running this Sunday (9 February) ahead of...
Bedford Repair Cafe
Bedford Repair Cafe is back again and the volunteer repairers, fixers and techies are ready to fix your world... Returning to the Tavistock Centre with...
A Bedford man has been given a life sentence, after being found guilty of attacking his partner and setting her alight at their home. The woman sustained...
Yasin and Livingstone pupils
Pupils on the school council at Livingstone Primary had the opportunity to put questions to their MP this week. Mohammad Yasin, Member of Parliament...
Crisis cafe
A crisis cafe is being launched in Bedford this month, providing support and a safe place for anyone experiencing a mental health crisis...
Police on the beat
After becoming the only force in England and Wales to receive an 'inadequate' grading in 2016, Bedfordshire Police bosses are celebrating achieving an...
Mike Rayer has named his squad as Bedford Blues face old rivals Coventry under the Friday night lights at Goldington Road, hoping to make it three home...
It's nearly the weekend, so if you need some inspiration of what to do, things to see and where to go, here's out indispensable guide to music, theatre...
The founder of Bedford-based background screening company, Verifile, Eyal Ben Cohen, has been named as Cranfield School of Management’s Entrepreneur Alumnus...
One of the oldest, most established LGBT venues in the country, The Barley Mow on St Loyes Street in Bedford, will officially reopen this Friday at 2pm...
Police and Crime Commissioner Kathryn Holloway
Securing full funding to police Bedfordshire in 2020/21 has been likened to holding police and crime commissioners to ransom and putting a gun to their...