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'No' to 20mph limit, says county councillor

The issues of road safety around Deadhearn Lane, Chalfont St Giles, were discussed at the Chalfonts Local Area Forum meeting on Wednesday (May 20) night

Wycombe Wanderers promotion game to go ahead despite bomb found near Wembley Stadium

Massive bomb found in parking lot near stadium led to mass evacuation and severe disruptions to Britain's Got Talent show

Former Buckinghamshire pastor who went on the run in South Africa is jailed for fraud

Bruce Scott
Bruce Scott who 'caused untold misery' after scamming £250,000 from friends is sentenced to four years jail.

Another Bucks flasher is on the prowl

Man approached 55-year-old woman near Grand Union Canal and exposed himself before walking off

New homes being built at record rates in Buckinghamshire

The number of homes started in England was at its highest level since economic downturn - and Aylesbury Vale is leading the way

Bank holiday rail strike is called off

Chiltern Railways announced the news on Twitter earlier this afternoon

'No' to 20mph limit, says county councillor

The issues of road safety around Deadhearn Lane, Chalfont St Giles, were discussed at the Chalfonts Local Area Forum meeting on Wednesday (May 20) night

Pride of Bucks: Amy is fast learning to master the skills of her trade

The 19-year-old has been nominated for the prestigious Employee of the Year award

Pride of Bucks: Kyle shows what true commitment is all about

Kyle Kothari inherent determination and drive have seen him achieve a huge amount for a 17-year-old

What's on: Where to take the kids this half-term holiday

Children across Bucks will be off school next week during the May half-term. Here is our handy activity guide to help you decide on what do with the youngsters during the break

Supermarket Spring May Bank Holiday opening times in Buckinghamshire

Get ready for a big shop this Easter
Which supermarkets will be open in Bucks during the Bank Holiday? We provide a full list.

Family fun bank holiday weekend in Little Chalfont pub

All of the money raised will go to Skidz, which provides courses in motor vehicle education.

Brentford winger hoping it's third time lucky at Wembley with Wycombe

Saunders wants to exorcise memories of previous Wembley woes

Wycombe only missing one for Southend final as Ainsworth's injury crisis eases

Sido Jombati only man to miss Wembley date with Southend

Wycombe defender reveals support from Arsenal full back

Hector Bellerin backing Yennaris to help Blues win promotion

Non-League Football

What's a SYCOB? Beaconsfield change their name

Club drop moniker from 1994 merger to be known as 'Town' from next season

Penn trio to cycle to all 20 Premier League ground in 10 days

Monies raised from venture - which ends at Holmer Green - will go to charity

Chesham United midfielder quits for Nike opportunity

Wood will link up with sports giant's academy in search of a pro contract
Civil partners of four years Paul Higgins (right) and Richard Lucey, who have been in a relationship together for 19 years, arrive to cast their votes at their polling station in Cabra, Dublin for the referendum on gay marriage

Emigrants return to Ireland as polls open in gay marriage vote

More than 3.2 million voters in the Republic have been asked for their say, with polling stations open from 7am to 10pm

Tory MP Eric Pickles to be given a knighthood

Former Communities Secretary Eric Pickles
Former Communities Secretary to be made Knight Bachelor in recognition of public service as an MP, a former Cabinet minister and his time in local government

Sleepers shaken by 4.2 magnitude earthquake in Kent

British Geological Survey seismicity map of the epicentre of the earthquake measuring magnitude 4.2 which hit Kent overnight. Police and Kent Fire and Rescue Services have not received any reports of structural damage or injuries
No injuries or damage to buildings reported following tremor four miles (7km) south of Ramsgate

Amersham & Chiltern happy with London One placing

Less travel and more competition than in SW League, according to chairman

Gerrards Cross cricketer gets pro trial with Leicestershire

Dan Hampton's brother, Tom, has already made the step up with Gloucestershire

Derby success is 23 years in the waiting for Ley Hill

Club win at rivals Holmer Green's ground for first time since joining league

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