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Residents thought escaped pet was a small bear on the loose

Exotic Coati discovered and reunited with family after eight weeks on the run

Robbers threaten Holtspur service station staff with hammer

Thugs escape in van that was later found burnt out at Holtspur cemetery

Khalsa: School "frustrated" at Secretary of State's decision

Slough Sikh Trust chairman Nick Kandola
The chairman of the trust that run the free school has said they are confident after Eric Pickles quashed his decision to allow the school to stay on the site

Calls for Amersham to be developed into 'high tech cultural hub'

Residents show support the formulation of the Local Area Plan, which aims to establish development needs of the district until 2036.

Campaigners cry victory as Secretary of State quashes his decision to allow free school to stay

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Eric Pickles has said he has “misinterpreted and misunderstood” his planning inspector’s findings regarding noise at the Khalsa Secondary School

Mother calls for better safety regulations after daughter hit by car

Campaign starts for more safety in Chalfont St Peter

Residents thought escaped pet was a small bear on the loose

Exotic Coati discovered and reunited with family after eight weeks on the run

Khalsa: School "frustrated" at Secretary of State's decision

Slough Sikh Trust and its chairman Nick Kandola (pictured) hope to open a Sikh free school in Stoke Poges.
The chairman of the trust that run the free school has said they are confident after Eric Pickles quashed his decision to allow the school to stay on the site

Calls for Amersham to be developed into 'high tech cultural hub'

Residents show support the formulation of the Local Area Plan, which aims to establish development needs of the district until 2036.

Young Bucks chess players put their skills to the test

About 40 budding chess players pitted their wits against each other at a contest organised by the Bucks Youth Chess association

Spring is in the air - with Snowdrops

Check out our photo-gallery of the recent Snowdrop Walk at Stoke Poges Memorial Garden.

Voice of South Bucks winner will play at French festival

Semi-finalists at The Voice of South Bucks, Madison Doey, winner Hannah Walters (with cup), landlady Tina Massie, reporter Jo-Anne Rowney (centre), Ollie Atkins, Russell Grant, Russell Smith and Alex Riddell
The winner of the singing contest will play at the Langres Music Festival as part of their prize this year

Tranmere 1-2 Wycombe Wanderers: Rate the Chairboys

Your say on how Gareth Ainsworth's Blues secured victory at Prenton Park

Backing for 60-second red card Wycombe sub

Ainsworth defends McClure after striker is sent off after barely a minute

Wycombe Wanderers winger wary of threat Tranmere pose

'Wounded animal' Rovers will provide a stern test for Ainsworth's boys

Non-League Football

Chesham United manager warns his players

Seven goals scored, but Generals must learn from the two they conceded, writes Sean Davies

Chesham in seventh heaven as Weymouth are sunk

Title-chasers are dealt a sound thrashing at The Meadow, writes Sean Davies

Beaconsfield SYCOB back with a bang

Barton downed in clinical second half showing, writes Mark Brennan

Footballer Adam Johnson on bail after being arrested on suspicion of sexual activity with a girl under 16

Sunderland and England player has been suspended by the club after being questioned by police on Monday

Celebrity Big Brother receives nearly three thousands complaints but Ofcom not investigating

Channel 5 show will not be investigated even though it had 2,736 complaints including 715 about Perez Hilton's behaviour

Family said they were "prepared for the worst" as searches resume for the missing 16-year-old

16-year-old Rebecca Watts, known as Becky, was last seen at her house in Crown Hill in St George, Bristol, on the morning of February 19

In pictures: South Bucks and Chiltern Schools Indoor Rowing Championships

Schools from across the region go head to head on the rowing machines

Derby day defeat for Beaconsfield

High Wycombe take the points - but only just, writes Mike Eagle

National champion - after a 25 year hiatus

Third time lucky in final for Little Chalfont squash veteran

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