Luton airport saw more passengers through its terminal in 2016 than at any time in its 79-year history.Read the full story ›
Stansted Airport saw a record number of passengers in 2016 with its busiest ever December which included the great Christmas getaway.Read the full story ›
Cold arctic air will make it feel raw later in the week with the risk of sleet and snow in places.Read the full story ›
When an easyJet pilot boarded his plane at Luton Airport to find a child's teddy bear under a seat you might have expected it to end up in lost property.
But so concerned was Captain Matt Clutterbuck that a youngster was spending Christmas without their treasured toy he embarked on a one man mission to reunite the pair.
Now his appeal has been shared thousands of times on social media.
Watch a report from ITV News Anglia's Russell Hookey.
A Chief Executive running two hospital trusts is calling for greater cooperation within the health service to ensure a viable future.Read the full story ›
Bedfordshire Police say they seized thousands of pounds of worth of drugs and dangerous weapons over Christmas.
A specialist team tasked with tackling gang crime in Luton recovered four hand guns, ammunition, body amour and class A and B drugs.
Eleven people were arrested.
“The numerous positive results we’ve had in the last month demonstrate our commitment to tackling gun and gang crime, as well as related criminality such as the supply of drugs.
“We will not tolerate those who seek to inflict harm and fear on our communities through the use of weapons and we are determined to carry on December’s great work in to 2017.”
A pilot who discovered a lost cuddly toy on his plane has embarked on a social media quest to reunite him with his owner.Read the full story ›
The East of England Ambulance Trust (EEAST) is marking 20 years of community first responders.
First responders are volunteers trained by EEAST, usually over a weekend, to respond to medical emergencies including heart attacks, breathing difficulties, diabetes emergencies.
The ambulance service are now hoping to recruit more.
Police are appealing for witnesses following the crash on the A421 this morning (Thursday) which left several people injured.
It happened at around 10.40am on the A421, heading from Milton Keynes towards Junction 13 of the M1, involving six cars and a lorry.
Police say two people are being treated for serious injuries.
“We believe there may have been people who had seen the incident occur and left once the police had arrived. I would urge anyone who witnessed the incident take place to call 101 and report any information they have.”
The road is currently closed in both directions as emergency services are at the scene.
A vulnerable missing man from Bedford has been found safe and well.
James Bird, 28, was reported missing earlier today (5 January) and has since been found.
Bedfordshire Police would like to thank the public for helping to share the appeal.