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Decision on the future of a controversial free school expected today

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Secretary of State Eric Pickles is due to make a decision on whether Khalsa Secondary School can stay in Stoke Poges today with an announcement expected tomorrow

Parents fear children will be priced out of Buckinghamshire market

The amount it cost to rent in Bucks is on the rise. Claire Miller looks at the statistics

Police have caught Spring Hill escaped prisoner

Escaped prisoner Michael Rothery
Michael Rothery has been caught by police in Oxford this morning

South Bucks is the most Scottish district in Buckinghamshire

The Scottish referendum is tomorrow, but while only those north of the border can vote Bucks will watch with interest due to the high proportion of Scots living here

Hayes sends Wycombe up to third with winner at Plymouth

Striker nets against former club Argyle, where he failed to notch in seven games last season

Police refer unexplained death in Aylesbury to IPCC

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Thames Valley Police has referred its handling of an unexplained death to the Independent Police Complaints Commission.

Can you help? Globetrotting stick belonging to Amersham hiker goes ‘walkies’

The owner of a well-travelled walking stick with sentimental value is appealing for it to be found.

Dance pupils 'over the moon' with exam results

Pupils at the Sargent and Plester School of Dance, based in Chesham, are celebrating achieving a 100 per cent pass rate in GCSE dance and graded dance examinations.

Decision on the future of a controversial free school expected today

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Secretary of State Eric Pickles is due to make a decision on whether Khalsa Secondary School can stay in Stoke Poges today with an announcement expected tomorrow

Photo-gallery: Beer festival helps regenerate Seer Green Scouts hut

Beer was flowing freely at a festival held to raise funds for repairs to the ageing scout hut.  

Were you there? Huge crowds attend popular Knotfest

The Knotfest music festival provided a packed line-up of local musicians and television celebrities this year raising £3,671 so far for charity.

Look: Hundreds tackle charity's Chilterns 3 Peaks Challenge

More than 650 people walk miles for the Rennie Groves Hospice Care challenge

Video: Watch highlights of Wycombe's win at Plymouth

Re-live all the action from Home Park as Paul Hayes earns Wycombe three points

Plymouth v Wycombe: Rate the Wanderers

Your say on how Gareth Ainsworth's side performed against the Argyle

Paul Hayes sends Wycombe up to third with winner at Plymouth

Striker nets against former club Argyle, where he failed to notch in seven games last season

Non-League Football

Chesham out of FA Cup but Little back in the fold

Former Generals favourite makes an instant impact, but it's not enough against Dunstable

Amersham & Chiltern go down to derby defeat

Tring get bragging rights in neighbours' first ever league clash

First win of the season sees Wasps through

McNulty's quick-fire double sees Chalfont on their way against Great Missenden

British backpackers murdered in Thailand: latest updates as police hunt for killer

Semi-naked bodies of Brit tourists David Miller, 24, and 23-year-old Hannah Witheridge were discovered on a beach early on Monday

UK weather set for heatwave with temperatures set to reach a sizzling 27C

Brother and sister Kim and Alena on Blackpool beach.
September is expected to be one of the warmest on record as 'continental blowtorch' hits Britain

Morning news headlines: Final day of campaigning before Scotland referendum, probe into fatal helicopter crash

Businessman Jon Gamble from go2eventhire as he asks the question YES or NO with illuminated signs near Dunblane, Scotland, ahead of voting in the Scottish Referendum on September 18th
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A&C boss pleased with his new mix of players

Both overseas stars and local talent shine as Chiltern get off to a flier

Three world kickboxing titles for Chesham youngster

Success in first ever tournament for lad who normally practices taekwondo

Sporty Amersham teacher takes on The Alps

Holloway finishes well in Ultra Marathon Tour of Mont Blanc

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