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Trading hours could be extended but Bucks businesses say "Save our Sundays"

Tomorrow's potential proposal by the Chancellor to extend Sunday trading laws may have economic benefits but Bucks residents fear it will take away more time from their families.

London Underground strikes: When are they, what services are disrupted and what you need to do

Commuters will be bracing themselves for what is being described as the 'most chaotic rail strike in a decade@

Two men convicted of conspiracy to supply steroids following investigation into High Wycombe gym death

The convictions come in the wake of investigations into the death of Sean Cleathero who died in 2012 after taking Dinitrophenol at the Apollo Gym

Man thrown down stairs in Aylesbury pub burglary

Police to maintain visible presence after Cotton Wheel pub robbed on Sunday night

Police hunt suspected arsonist after attempt to burn down property in Aylesbury

The blaze was discovered in a bin outside the front door before it could spread further

Recovered brain injury patient takes on swimming challenge for life changing charity

Recovering brain injury patient from Bourne's End takes on a sponsored swimming challenge to raise money for Headway South Bucks

Buckinghamshire weather: Cloudy and cooler today

It will be somewhat cooler than the previous run of hot days with temperatures just under 20C

College staff spend day in wheelchair to support spinal research campaign

Aylesbury College supports Stoke Mandeville Spinal Resarch's fundraising campaign  - Wheels at Work

Photographic society has won club of the year 2015

The Amersham Photographic Society has won Photography News, an online photo magazine's club of the year competition

New English Ballet Theatre's first tour comes to High Wycombe

A night of pirouettes and piques will grace High Wycombe as The New English Ballet Theatre's first tour bring them to Wycombe Swan Theatre.

Wimbledon 2015: When is Serena Williams back on the court for the ladies' quarter finals

Everything you need to know about Wimbledon 2015's TV coverage

Weather holds out for summer fair which has always 'been about the children'

The Denham Village Infant School, on Cheapside Lane, held the annual event in the school grounds on Saturday (July 4), from noon until 3pm

Wycombe new boy told to 'do a Mawson'

Former Rotherham United youngster 'will only get better and better'

Ex-Arsenal and Liverpool starlet being primed as a Wycombe hit

Ainsworth wants Banton to finally find a place called home in Adams Park

Wycombe capture Plymouth striker and Rotherham defender

Banton impressed for Pilgrims in play-off defeat, while Rowe returns for fifth spell

Non-League Football

Former Chesham United assistant lands Gibraltar top job

Jeff Wood was No.2 at The Meadow in 2000 and turned down managers' job in 2003

Ex-Fulham striker lauded by Chesham boss

Leese hoping for same impact that Darren Purse had at The Meadow

Former Crystal Palace and Reading academy chief joins SYCOB

Beaconsfield announce Warner as their new manager

Remembrance services have begun to mark the tenth anniversary of the July 7 attacks

Survivors and relatives of victims are attending other services at stations in the capital.

Britain remembers victims of 7/7 London terror attacks ten years on

People look at flowers left by the July 7 memorial plaque at Aldgate Station, London, which names those who were killed in the bombings at the station, as Britain remembers the July 7 attacks amid a welter of warnings about the enduring and changing threat from terrorism a decade on.
52 people were killed by four home-grown terrorists in July 7, 2005

Morning news headlines: Minute's silence for 7/7 victims, 'Credible' Greek bailout plan urged

The latest news from around the world

From Rio 2016 qualification to local league cricket

That's a week in the life of Andy Halliday after securing Olympic spot

Team gold at World Championships for Bucks shooter

Amy Easeman helps GB women top the podium at the tender age of 14

Rocky targets Jason Leonard's record next

Most capped female England rugby player can now overtake men's mark

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