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Heartbroken family pays tribute to 'loving' High Wycombe murder victim

Lee Gillespie, 26, of High Wycombe, was stabbed to death outside All Saints Church in Church Square, High Wycombe, at about 8.50pm on Saturday, August 22.

Work as a lollipop woman and want to buy a house? It could take you 552 years

As property prices continue to boom, first time buyers are facing increasing lengthy waits to get on the ladder

Animal carcass dealer ordered to do 150 hours of unpaid work

David Nutt was given a 12-month community order by Wycombe magistrates on Wednesday, September 2 for two offences under animal by-product legislation

Two teenage boys arrested on suspicion of rape of a child under 13 in Aylesbury

Thames Valley Police arrested the pair yesterday, Thursday September 3

What does it take to be a top earner in Buckinghamshire?

If you want to be among the big salary hitters in Bucks you have to earn more than £94k

When do the clocks go back in 2015?

It's the question asked every year - when do the clocks go back as winter looms?

Chance to grill Chesham's key players at Question Time style event this month

For the third year running the Chesham Society has organised its popular Members’ Panel Meeting to take place at Chesham Town Hall on Thursday, September 17.

Hospice to help the 470 men diagnosed with prostate cancer in Bucks every year

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The Hospice of St Francis is holding a Prostate Cancer Wellbeing Course, starting on Thursday, September 17.

Chesham charities set to benefit thanks to mayor's event

More than 50 local voluntary and community organisations have signed-up to exhibit at Volunteer Chesham at Chesham Town Hall on Saturday, September 12.

Me and Earl and the Dying Girl review: Olivia Cooke and Thomas Mann team up in new tear-jerking romantic drama

Me and Earl and the Dying Girl is in cinemas now, but is the new film about a teenage cancer patient and her friend worth a watch? And just how similar is it to The Fault In Our Stars?

Cheeky Girls to launch Spooky Sprint in Waddesdon Manor

Pop duo the Cheeky Girls are putting together their scariest costumes yet to launch the exciting new running event, which will be raising funds for Parkinson's UK.

Take a trip back in time on a vintage steam train this month

Combine nostalgic steam train travel and tea and cake on the Metropolitan line for a late summer treat on Saturday, September 12 and Sunday, September 13.

Rowe in line for Wycombe return but Hayes to have late test

Manager also admits they will be facing a very different Hartlepool side to last year's

Country comes before club, says Wycombe boss

Ainsworth shows refreshing attitude over Pierre's international call-up

Liverpool and Wolves stars could be last through Wycombe's ranks

Jordan Ibe
As Ibe and Hause prepare for England U21 debuts, Blues boss laments loss of youth system

Non-League Football

Chesham keeper shows his commitment to the cause

Legg left his newborn baby to play in a midweek match in Cambridge

Saints boss hopes new signings are sizzlers

Edwards snubbed family BBQ to land Fenton and Power-Simpson

Beaconsfield boss praises his young troops

SYCOB turn on the style to avoid potential giant-killing in FA Cup

Prime Minster announces Britain will take thousands more refugees from Syria

Downing Street have not put a figure on the number of Syrians to be admitted to the country

Washed up children to be buried in the Syrian Kurdish region by distraught father

A paramilitary police officer carries the lifeless body of a child after a number of people died and a smaller number were reported missing after boats carrying them to the Greek island of Kos capsized, near the Turkish resort of Bodrum early Wednesday, Sept. 2, 2015. (AP Photo/DHA)
Haunting image of three-year-old Aylan Kurdi washed up on a Turkish beach focused the world's attention on the wave of migration fuelled by war and deprivation

Morning news headlines: David Cameron set to unveil plans to help more Syrian refugees, Syria-bound mother arrested on return to UK

The latest news from around the world

Ley Hill end 40-year wait for title

Peterson's men wrap up championship with a game to go

Gerrards Cross beat leaders to keep title hopes alive

But away form needs to come in line with home form if dream is to be realised

Bletchley's Greg Rutherford wins gold long jump at World Championships

Britain's Greg Rutherford celebrated with a Union Flag over his shoulder as he won world gold in long jump in Beijing.

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