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Biggleswade runners head into the Norfolk night

Biggleswade Athletic Club runners and a group of supporters headed east to take part in the Round Norfolk Relay against 61 other teams from around the country.

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Phone ownership more likely to put kids at risk of bullying

Phone ownership more likely to put kids at risk of bullying

Kids aged between eight and 11 are ‘significantly’ more likely to be victims of cyber bullies if they own a mobile phone, a new study has found.

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Destiny 2 is a triumph and well worth the wait

Console Corner: Destiny 2 review

Destined to be game of the year.

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Charly says...

Nostalgia: Five British public safety videos which scarred us as children

In these days of the internet, child safety is more of a concern for parents everywhere.

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Aldi to sell unique bottle of Prosecco this Christmas

Aldi to sell unique bottle of Prosecco this Christmas

Stop making your Christmas list - because we’ve found the ultimate festive buy for the fizz fans out there.

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Staff Sergeant Lesley Utting, Detachment Commander Ixworth, receives the Certificate of Good Order from Lieutenant Colonel Andy Smith, Deputy Commandant of Suffolk Army Cadet Force

Ixworth Army Cadet detachment commander receives rare certificate of good order

An Army Cadet commander’s ‘shining example’ commitment to youth sports has been rewarded with a rare certificate of good order from the Major General of Eastern Command.

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FARMING MATTERS: Looking into the future with robots

Technology is a massive part of all our lives, with many jobs already done by robots,and farming is no different.

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John O'Gaunt GC Bogey Trophy winner: Dave Wilsher, club captain with winner Jon Wren. PNL-170920-134712002

David masters Carthagena to take monthly medal

The September medal played on Saturday attracted a large field of 138.

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Menta Trade Fair is a ‘fantastic opportunity’ for conference and events company

A conference and events bureau company has announced it will be visiting Menta Trade Fair for the first time.

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'Empty bed I', by Bury St Edmunds artist Lillias August, which has been accepted into the Sunday Times Watercolour Competition exhibition

Bury St Edmunds artist has two paintings accepted into Sunday Times Watercolour Competition

A Bury St Edmunds artist has had two paintings accepted into a prestigious exhibition.

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Ice Maiden Zanna of RAF Henlow set for chilling challenge

A soldier from RAF Henlow will be part of the first all-female team to attempt to cross the Antarctic.

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Launch of Bury St Edmunds and Beyond    Picture: Mecha Morton

‘Bury St Edmunds and Beyond’ launches to promote tourism to town

A tourism brand to promote Bury St Edmunds and all it has to offer was launched on Monday.

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The scales of justice

Speeders fined

The latest reports from Luton Magistrates court

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Biggleswade man facing jail over threats to kill partner over cheating claim

A Biggleswade man who held a knife to the throat of his partner after telling her he was going to kill her has been warned by a judge he faces the likely prospect of going to prison.

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Bedford Borough Mayor Dave Hodgson. PNL-151216-140348001

Bedford’s £10million on healthcare reviews: “£10m which could have gone on health”?

Health bosses have been challenged to explain why they have spent £10million on a series of reviews since 2011, following last week’s proposal to merge Bedford and Luton hospitals.

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Thurston Rugby Club second team. Tributes have been paid to Josh Gilbert - fourth from left - who died on Saturday

Tributes paid to ‘dedicated, loyal and supportive’ Josh, 25, of Walsham-le-Willows

Tributes have been paid to a ‘huge character’ who collapsed and died during a rugby match on Saturday, aged 25.

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Guillem Balague.

Balague: Great Biggleswade result - but even better performance

What a shift we put in to see off our higher ranked opponents Barton Rovers in the North Beds Charity Cup. At last we seem to have got our mojo back and it bodes well for this weekend’s FA Vase clash.

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Biggy development side beat Saints and conditions

On another very wet day Biggleswade Development XV just held out to gain victory over the visiting St Neots team by 12-7.

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The end of the world?

PREVIEW: End of the world

Clear your diaries folks - we have a big day tomorrow (Saturday, September 23), when all life as we know it may end.

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Anne Bibby

Caring Anne to do skydive to help cat and kitten fund

An elderly cat in need of help has inspired a woman to make a skydive for an animal charity.

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