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Miracle baby for Denham man who 'died' SIX times before getting new heart to become father

A triathlete who suffered multiple heart attacks and ‘died’ six times has named his first-born child that he had with his former Chesham wife after the surgeon who saved him.

Examination into Chiltern's 'unsound' plans for future development suspended

Chiltern District Council
Government Planning Inspector Patrick Whitehead has written to Chiltern District Council outlining his reasons for suspending the Examination of its Delivery Development Plan Document.

Have you seen Tommy Lewis?

Increasing concern for Aylesbury teenager who has now been missing from home for more than 24 hours.

HS2 protest group demands more funds for those affected by line

51m says more should be placed in the Community and Environment Fund

Sainsbury's is set to reopen after refurbishment work

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The store in Maxwell Road, Beaconsfield will reopen tomorrow

Sinkhole set to be filled by end of the week

Sinkhole in Holtspur Top Lane by @Hip2Cyclist
The sinkhole in Holtspur Top Lane, Holtspur is due to be filled by Thursday according to Transport for Bucks

Miracle baby for Denham man who 'died' SIX times before getting new heart to become father

A triathlete who suffered multiple heart attacks and ‘died’ six times has named his first-born child that he had with his former Chesham wife after the surgeon who saved him.

Examination into Chiltern's 'unsound' plans for future development suspended

Chiltern District Council
Government Planning Inspector Patrick Whitehead has written to Chiltern District Council outlining his reasons for suspending the Examination of its Delivery Development Plan Document.

Generous community of Amersham has raised £35,000 for poppy appeal

In the past six weeks the Royal British Legion Amersham branch has already raised almost the same as it did in the 12 months to October 2014 – £41,000

Look: Young Buckinghamshire chefs show they can stand the heat in the kitchen

Young chefs showed off their culinary skills as they vied for a place in a competition’s final.

Our grotto guide: Where can you see Father Christmas this year?

Santa Claus is coming to town! Here's our guide to where to see him this Christmas

Look: Villagers go walking in that burning pit of fire

Gerrards Cross villagers were placed in the heat of the moment when they took part in a charity challenge.

Cheltenham 1-4 Wycombe: Result of Rate the Chairboys

Your say on how Gareth Ainsworth's men performed in the rout of the Robins

Video: Watch Wycombe Wanderers climb back to the top of League Two after thrilling win over Cheltenham Town

Re-live all the action at Whaddon Road as the Chairboys returned to the summit

Boss salutes Wanderers for bouncing back at Cheltenham

Blues recover from disappointment against Burton to thrash the Robins

Non-League Football

Beaconsfield let it slip at Barton Rovers

Strikers fail to fire again as late goals stun SYCOB, writes Mark Brennan

Amersham Town go down fighting at Langford

Magpies unlucky not to get a point in Bedfordshire, writes Michael Gahagan

Purse penalty reminds him of one for Birmingham against Liverpool in League Cup Final

This one was for Chesham against Chalfont - but defender just as pumped

I’m A Celebrity 2014: Another murderer on the loose near camp as security is tightened amid fears

Second murder took place just ten minutes from the camp - the suspect has yet to be found

I'm a Celebrity 2014: Murder suspect on the loose close to the jungle camp

Man was bludgeoned to death with a tennis racquet in Coomera, less than an hour away from the jungle and the killer is still at large

Morning news headlines: UKIP gain second MP; Labour shadow minister resigns; £3bn bill for Westminster

UKIP Leader Nigel Farage (left) with Mark Reckless
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Last gasp woe for Amersham & Chiltern

Chichester come from behind in final few minutes to snatch win, writes Andy Gillanders

Wilkinson at the double as Beaconsfield beat Marlow

Derby win sees Beaconsfield make progress up the table, writes Mike Eagle

Cycling festival is set to expand after this year's roaring success

The Chiltern Cycling Festival will be over two days next Summer

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