It's been 20 years in the planning but today Luton's guided busway finally had its official opening.
Police in Bedfordshire have released CCTV images of a man that they would like to speak to following the assault of a woman in Dunstable
A Hospital Trust has apologised for a communication error which resulted in a patient being fed when he should have remained 'nil by mouth'.
A mother from Dunstable is charting her daughter's progress online as she battles cancer.
5-year-old Zofeya Dorgu has a brain tumour and is undergoing aggressive radiotherapy and chemotherapy.
Her parents say they started the blog to keep friends and family involved but it's turned into an emotional record of one of the hardest battles a family has to face.
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Two women were sexually assaulted within 15 minutes of each other in Dunstable yesterday evening.
Bedfordshire Police are appealing for witnesses to the attacks which happened at around 5.15pm close to Apollo Close and 5.25pm at Priory Gardens on Sunday.
The first victim was walking along the alleyway which links Sundown Avenue and Apollo Close when a man grabbed her shoulder and tried to kiss her while pushing her against a fence.
The 28-year-old bit his tongue as hard as she could but the man then tried to put his hand down her trousers.
She ran away after the fence collapsed and they fell to the floor.
The second victim, aged 55, was walking through Priory Gardens when a man tried to hug and kiss her. He walked off towards High Street North.
The offender in both attacks is described as being a white man of Mediterranean appearance, aged in his mid-20s to late 30s, and between 5ft 5ins and 5ft 8ins tall.
He had dark hair, dark eyes, a strong accent and was wearing a long black coat which came to his knees, dark trousers or jeans and black shoes.
The first passengers have been trying out the new Luton to Dunstable guided busway this morning.
The route was officially opened yesterday by transport minister Norman Baker.
Today the buses have welcomed their first passengers.
The Luton and Dunstable Busway will take its first passengers today.
The £91 million project, opened by Transport Minister, Norman Baker, will allow passengers to travel between the two town centres in 15 minutes.
Transport minister Norman Baker has officially opened the new Luton to Dunstable busway this morning.
He has now been taken on a tour of the route. The Busway opens to the public tomorrow.
Dunstable Town Football Club will fundraise for troubled Kettering Town when they face each other this evening.
KTFC yesterday announced a winding-up order had been granted by the High Court.
It relates to a £58,000 debt owed to Rushden and Diamonds - the company left over when Rushden and Diamonds FC was dissolved in 2011.
It was unclear whether tonight's match at Creasey Park Stadium would go ahead but Dunstable Town have this morning announced the game is still on.
The club will donate £1 to Kettering Town from ticket sales for every full-paying adult who attends. It's encouraging fans to turn out tonight and help boost the fundraising total.
One lane closed due to a broken down vehicle on M1 Southbound between J12 A5120 (Flitwick) and J11 A505 Dunstable Road / B579 Dunstable Road (Dunstable).
Slow traffic on A5 Southbound between A505 and A505 Church Street / B489 West Street.