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17 April 2014 Last updated at 06:56 ET

Banks blamed for low busway figuresLuton and Dunstable guided bus

Bankers are to blame for 41% lower-than-forecast passenger numbers on the Luton and Dunstable guided busway, the council insists.


Camelina plantsGM plants trial given go-ahead

Hertfordshire scientists will be allowed to grow a genetically modified crop containing omega-3 fatty acids, the government says.

the Chinese pot£30,000 wood pot used as doorstop

A Chinese pot used for years as a doorstop is valued at £30,000 by antiques experts.

Deborah McGurran, Political editor, East of England Article written by Deborah McGurran Deborah McGurran Political editor, East of England

Incinerator plan bites the dust localisation->translate("watch"); ?>

Controversial plans for an incinerator in King's Lynn have been effectively scrapped leaving the council tax payer with a bill for £30m.

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