Hitchin and Harpenden MP Peter Lilley has called on the Department of Transport to review the noise disturbance from night flights at Luton airport.
The Conservative MP has long been campaigning for Luton to be treated the same way as Heathrow, Gatwick and Stansted.
It follows a consultation launched last week to bring in tighter noise quotas and introduce quieter planes at the other London airports.
The noise caused by night flights from Luton is particularly distressing for those affected. As London grows, air traffic is increasing.
"There were 4,897 night flights into and out of Luton Airport between July and September 2016 - 12% more than during the same period in 2015.
"I shall be writing to the Government to ask why Luton Airport has been excluded from this consultation."
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.
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.”
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A man has been charged in connection with a shooting in Luton in November.
Nicoo Nabavi, 27, from Connaught Road, Luton, has been charged with grievous bodily harm (GBH), possession of a firearm, and perverting the course of justice.
He appeared at Luton Magistrates’ Court today (Thursday) and was remanded in custody until his next court appearance on 6 February.
The incident happened on Saturday, 26 November, when a man was found with a gunshot wound in Marlow Avenue. The man was taken to hospital with injuries but is no longer in a serious condition
A man is in a serious condition in hospital after his car crashed in Luton on New Year's Eve.
It happened at around 5pm on Saturday evening in Alder Crescent.
A man in his 40s was taken to hospital with serious injuries and no one else is believed to have been involved.
Anyone who witnessed the incident should contact 101.
John Lee from Luton in Bedfordshire is 87 and has been cycling for 65 years.
He now claims three world records in his age group. The records, usually set at indoor velodromes, are for the distance covered in one hour on the track.
For John it was 21.38 miles set in 2009 when he was eighty. At 84 he covered 20.43 miles, while it was just under 19 miles for his most recent in September.
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London Luton Airport says flight departures are being delayed by the weather.
Many parts of the Anglia region were hit by mist and fog during the early hours but this has largely cleared.
"Weather related issues for Air Traffic Control are affecting flight departures. Arrivals are unaffected."
The 9.15 am Monarch flight to Tel Aviv took off more than an hour late at shortly before 10.30am.
The 10.25am easyJet flight to Amsterdam is due to depart at 1.50pm.
Seven tiny hamsters have been found dumped in a filthy cage on a street in Luton.
A passer-by discovered the vulnerable Chinese hamsters on Milliners Way in a "terrible condition" on Friday evening (16 December).
They were taken to an RSPCA centre for treatment, but one died because he was so poorly.
The remaining six hamsters have been named Rudolph, Blitzen, Prancer, Vixen, Dancer and Comet after Santa’s reindeers.
The RSPCA is appealing for information to track down the person who abandoned them.
"They were in such a terrible way when they were found.
"Their cage was filthy and some of them had wounds, presumably from fighting.
"Coupled with the fact that they had been left out in the cold, they were very vulnerable."
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