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UKIP candidate 'names and shames' six-year-old in missing toy row

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Chiltern District councillor David Meacock sends out group email accusing child of taking his son's toy

Plans to make Chesham flash mob go viral

The team behind a successful flash mob is hoping a video of the event will go viral - helping to put Chesham on the map

Crackdown on rogue traders after doorstepping hotspots identified

A joint Bucks County Council and Thames Valley Police team of more than 60 people visited about 2,000 people in areas known to be scammers’ favourite targets last week

Model village employee with ready smile dies of a heart attack

People have been invited to the funeral of Nijal Drummond, who worked at Bekonscot Model Village, who died of a heart attack

Burglars climb gate and force open door

Thames Valley Police said a burglary took place in Holly Close, Farnham Common, yesterday (Wednesday April 16) between 8.35am and 3.15pm.

Blues striker follows example set by former Manchester City stars

Styche wants to be a nuisance up front in the same way Bellamy and Dickov were for City
Phillipshill Wood near Chalfont St Giles.

Bluebells appear earlier due to sunnier weather

The Chiltern woodland is starting to become awash with bluebells. Find out the best spots to see them.

Burglars climb gate and force open door

Thames Valley Police said a burglary took place in Holly Close, Farnham Common, yesterday (Wednesday April 16) between 8.35am and 3.15pm.

Plans to make Chesham flash mob go viral

The team behind a successful flash mob is hoping a video of the event will go viral - helping to put Chesham on the map

Photo-gallery: Connoisseurs gather for annual cheese market

Cheese lovers were in for a treat when Beaconsfield held its fourth annual cheese market.

What to do over the Easter weekend in Bucks

Six things you can do to make the long weekend holiday a fun time

Photo-gallery: The Swan's Summer Youth Project through the ages

The cast of the Summer Youth Project let everyone they wanted to live forever in 2010, with Fame
As the Wycombe Swan gears up for this year's Summer Youth Project, with auditions for Grease on Sunday, April 27, we take a look back at its past musical triumphs. See how many you can remember.

Blues striker follows example set by former Manchester City stars

Styche wants to be a nuisance up front in the same way Bellamy and Dickov were for City

Bloomfield: Northampton Town game is our biggest of the season

Wycombe Wanderers stalwart is gearing up for Good Friday six-pointer with fellow strugglers

Wycombe squad are playing for their futures, says furious Ainsworth

Chairboys chief slams under-performing stars in the wake of dismal 2-0 loss at Newport County

Non-League Football

Beaconsfield give County Cup ultimatum

Club asks for date change or they won't play - as they will be on a beano in France.

Forget about Hemel clash, says Chesham boss

Leese wants his troops to focus on Poole and Stourbridge tests first

Four blimey! Beaconsfield wear another down

Beaconsfield SYCOB v North Greenford Utd
SYCOB keeping possession and killing teams off in the last 25 minutes, says manager
Oscar Pistorius arrives at the high court in Pretoria

Pistorius trial to take a further break until early May

Judge Thokozile Masipa approves request from chief prosecutor, which was supported by the defence

Oscar Pistorius takes stand to give evidence in murder trial

Oscar Pistorius weeps as he listens to evidence by a pathologist in court in Pretoria, South Africa, Monday, April 7, 2014.
Olympic athlete apologises to family of his girlfriend Reeva Steenkamp

Web tv: Book break 3 - three new debut talented authors share their experiences

Clare Donoghue, Liz de Jager and Matt Cain
Log on during your lunch hour for the third of ten monthly shows where author Alexandra Heminsley is joined by Clare Donoghue, Liz de Jager and Matt Cain who will be sharing their debut novel experiences

Amersham edge out as winners against Southall in tough contest

This was no smash and grab raid, writes Michael Gahagen

Stoke Poges sailor destined for gold

Aspiring young Olympian James Taylor will be going for gold against the UK’s most talented young sailors at the RYA Youth National Championships today

Wasps had this victory coming, says Dai Young

London Wasps director of rugby Dai Young said his side's win over Gloucester in the Amlin Challenge Cup quarter-final had been 'brewing' for some time.

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Suzy Talbot
Deputy Editor
Lorcan Lovett
Reporter (Chalfont St Peter, Chalfont St Giles, Great Missenden and Prestwood)
Jo-Anne Rowney
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