Thursday, November 21, 2019
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Bedfordshire Police is appealing for information after an attempted burglary on Tuesday 10 September, between Box End and Great Denham.
Transporting Bedford 2020video
https://youtu.be/EWvkcafA9xE Bedford Borough Council has announced plans to tackle the traffic congestion on Manton Lane and surrounding areas, including re-installing a footbridge removed by the former Bedfordshire County Council 10 years ago. The plans are part of...
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Two incidents in which teenage victims were threatened with a knife are being investigated by Bedfordshire Police. Both offences took place on Wednesday...
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Bedford Borough Council has announced today (31 Jul) that two controversial Public Space Protection Orders (PSPOs) will stay in place for a further three years. A consultation started...
Brexit in Bedford
Now that Labour is off the fence and backing a second referendum on Britain's EU exit, we ask Bedford's Mohammad Yasin MP for his thoughts...
Luton Crown Court
A jury has cleared a Liverpool man accused of carrying out a knifepoint robbery at a Bedford newsagent early on Boxing Day last year. 48-year-old Jason Speed told Luton Crown Court he...
Bedford bus station under construction 2015
A bus company and a council were fined a total off £650,000 today (Friday) after a woman was killed when she was hit by a lorry during the redevelopment...
MEP Counting Chelmsford
Who knew we'd be taking part in this year's European Union Elections when the EU Referendum took place in 2016, but here we are and it'll be an interesting night to see how...
European Parliament
The results of the European Elections were declared last night (27 May) and, much like the local elections earlier this month, it was clear voters were punishing the two bigger...
Bedford town centre
Bedford Borough Council's Town Centre consultation has had over 900 respondents already but more people are being urged to take part so a true reflection of views across Bedford are...
Victoria Ward Nursery Rhyme Tiles
Plans to remove much-loved Victorian tiles depicting famous nursery rhymes from a ward at Bedford Hospital, have been labelled as "cultural vandalism" by campaigners who say...
Castle Mound Saxon sign
Bedford Borough Council say the CCTV camera used to monitor Bedford's Castle Mound was 'looking the other way' while a girl was being beaten-up by a gang of teenage girls. The youngster...