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Nearly a quarter of jobs in South Buckinghamshire pay below living wage

Estimated 6,000 jobs in the area paying less than the Out of London Living Wage in 2014, according to figures from the Office for National Statistics

High Wycombe man planned to 'carry out beheading in England' court told

A High Wycombe man is one of three accused of plotting to carry out a beheading in England and was inspired by a fatwa issued by the Islamic State, a court has heard.

Investigations into cause of helicopter which came down on take off still ongoing

The privately owned helicopter rolled onto its side and hit the ground at some point during a flying lesson

Man killed and woman seriously injured in crash near Amersham on Sunday night

The A355, Amersham Road, was closed for almost five hours while police investigated the crash and are now calling for witnesses.

More than £4-million collected in stamp duty from Buckinghamshire house sales

Local house builder Barratt Homes says huge increase in revenue is an indication of the strength of the Bucks housing market

Buckinghamshire mum says she hopes her terrorist son is 'burning in hell

A High Wycombe mother whose son fled Britain to become a bloodthirsty jihadist has told how she is glad he is dead and believes he is “burning in hell” for his crimes.

Transport for Bucks announces this week's road surfacing programme

Transport for Buckinghamshire has announced its road surfacing programme for this week.

A state of the art school building was officially opened in Amersham

Headmaster of The Beacon, William Phelps, led the proceedings, which were followed by tours of the complex.

Nearly a quarter of jobs in South Buckinghamshire pay below living wage

Estimate 6,000 jobs in the area paying less than the Out of London Living Wage in 2014, according to figures from the Office for National Statistics

Want to live longer? Volunteering and not being bored is the key

A volunteering fair will advise people that they could live longer if they gave an hour of their time each month.

I'm A Celebrity 2015 will be on our TV screens next month, but who is rumoured to be going into the jungle?

I'm A Celebrity...Get Me Out Of Here! will be returning in November, and this year's show is set to have another stellar line-up.

Diamond anniversary celebrations for local lunch club

The Beaconsfield and Chiltern Luncheon Club was founded in 1955 and have been meeting the Crowne Plaza, Gerrards Cross, for the past 40 years

Southampton centre-half joins Wycombe Wanderers on loan

Jason McCarthy arrives at Adams Park for a month as cover for Anthony Stewart

Wycombe player misses out on award

Harriman nominated for Player of the Month but loses out

Ex-Wycombe loan star impressed by Wanderers this season

Saunders sees no reason why his old pals cannot make up for last season's disappointment

Non-League Football

Amersham creep through on penalties

Spartans give Magpies a scare but miss crucial spot kick

Chesham draw Enfield or Hitchin at home

Tonight's replay will decide who Generals face in fourth qualifying round

Beaconsfield shot down by new league leaders

But SYCOB go close against a strong Royston side

Volkswagen to switch to new diesel emissions technology in Europe and North America and cut investment

With the company struggling to overcome a scandal, VW brand head Herbert Diess said the company would install technology that uses a solution called AdBlue to reduce diesel emissions.

Morning news headlines: Police to record Anti-Muslim hate crimes as a seperate category - PM, Man questioned over historical sexual abuse claims

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Facebook paid only £4,327 in UK corporation tax in 2014

Facebook's payment of £4,327 is less than a single UK worker on an average salary of £26,500, who would pay £3,180 in income tax and £2,213 in national insurance contributions

Best game of rugby ever, says Chiltern chief

Club president over the moon with win against the odds

In pictures: Amersham & Chiltern edge past CS Rugby

Visitors miss late conversion to hand hosts hard-fought victory

How Wales' Rugby World Cup win over England could fire up Amersham & Chiltern

Head coach may use Welsh kit to spur on his troops

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