Capital connections: why better links to London could deliver more jobs and economic success for the region's two main airports.
A new rail-link and an enhanced experience for passengers are all on the cards as ambitious plans are unveiled for Luton Airport.
Work is already underway to expand the terminal, but the Chief Executive says even better connections to London are a must if the airport is to continue to prosper.
The Oyster card pre-payment system is being rolled-out to Luton and just last week, the new fast-link to the M1 was opened. Now the Airport is investing a hundred million pounds in improvements.
Stansted Airport too is calling for the Government and Network Rail to improve rail links which they say could boost passenger numbers still further.
Here's a report by Wesley Smith:
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A fledgling Peregrine falcon has flown its nest - which just happens to be on the roof of Stadium MK.
A pair of the rare birds began breeding at the unusual location earlier this year making it a first for Milton Keynes and it's only the second known breeding site in Buckinghamshire.
The great news is, the fledgling Peregrine has flown the nest this July 2015, this is a first for Milton Keynes and only the second known breeding site in Buckinghamshire.
It's really exciting that these spectacular birds have chosen to nest in Stadium MK and have successfully raised their first chick. We look forward to working with MK Dons to ensure that they can nest safely in years to come
A nesting platform will now be put up to improve the new nesting site.
The number of people who donate organs after death has dropped for the first time in more than a decade.
Across Norfolk, Suffolk Essex and Cambridgeshire there were 15 fewer transplants in the last year.
Doctors say unless there is a revolution in attitudes towards organ donation then people on the waiting list will continue to die needlessly.
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