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Flat fire in High Wycombe

The incident happened on West Wycombe Road at about 9.26am this morning

New leader for district council

South Bucks District Council announced a wave of new appointments and elections on Tuesday (May 26)

Motorway car fire on M40 this morning

Crews from High Wycombe and Beaconsfield attended

Police appeal for information following attempted robbery in High Wycombe

The man was attacked at about 9.30am on Friday (May 22).

New look Chiltern District Council has been revealed

Seventeen newly-elected members will work with 23 returning councillors at the district council

Appeal for information following distraction burglary

An elderly man was targeted in Chalfont St Peter on Friday (May 22)

Amersham Decides has officially launched

Groups have been selected to potentially receive funding from the county council.

Developers have scooped two awards for their commitment to regeneration

Development company recognised for 'pivotal' schemes

Celebration time for an 800-year old church

St Leonard's Church in Chesham Bois, which was founded in 1215, began to celebrate this milestone anniversary on New Year's Day and will continue throughout the year.

Get 15% off tickets to Birmingham's BBC Good Food Show Summer

Bag yourself tickets with 15% discount when you book online with BBC Good Food Show Summer

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.

Peter Murphy wants Wycombe Wanderers to go for a Burton

Midfielder hopes Chairboys can repeat Albion's recovery from play-off heartache

Gareth Ainsworth named League Two Manager of the Year

Wycombe Wanderers manager voted top boss by League Manager's Association

Wembley heartache will drive on Wycombe Wanderers, vows Aaron Pierre

Chairboys ace thinks disappointment will provide fuel for another promotion push

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
An activist with a giant mask of FIFA President Sepp Blatter stands in a cage as others hold posters during a protest by the Avaaz organization in front of the Hallenstadtion in Zurich, Switzerland. The organization protests against the corruption within the FIFA and against Qatar's slave labor law ahead of the FIFA congress with the president's election that is scheduled for Friday, May 29, 2015 in Zurich.

FIFA crisis: UEFA could boycott World Cup if Sepp Blatter is re-elected

Embattled FIFA chief refusing to quit and still intends to stand for re-election in Friday's presidential vote

Nearly three-quarters of supermarket chickens contain potentially deadly bug

File photo dated 29/08/14 of a raw chicken as the latest rates of campylobacter contamination of fresh shop-bought chickens will be published today by the Food Standards Agency (FSA). PRESS ASSOCIATION Photo. Issue date: Thursday May 28, 2015. In February, the FSA reported that contamination had increased since November, with every major retailer failing to meet targets to reduce the bug. The FSA said then that the cumulative results from the first three quarters of its year-long survey of fresh chickens found 73% tested positive for the presence of campylobacter, up from 70% in November and 59% in August. The FSA's survey - the full set of results of which is published today - has tested around 4,000 samples of whole chickens bought from UK retail outlets and smaller independent stores and butchers. Campylobacter is killed by thorough cooking and can be limited by careful hygiene but it is the most common form of food poisoning in the UK, affecting an estimated 280,000 people a year. See PA story CONSUMER Chickens. Photo credit should read: Nick Ansell/PA Wire
Food Standards Agency putting pressure on supermarkets after year-long study found major retailers failing to reduce rates of campylobacter.

England should host 2018 World Cup says former UEFA boss as sponsors put pressure on FIFA

FIFA logo at the FIFA headquarters in Zurich, Switzerland
New corruption charges have thrown world football's governing body into disarray

Shepherd helps Saints in battle of Bucks strugglers

Luke Shepherd’s half-century saw Beaconsfield to a first win of the season against Chalfont St Peter

Chesham's cup pride after derby win over Amersham

Bowlers opened their Bucks Cup campaign this week by taking bragging rights from neighbours

Veteran Norwood stars as Chenies & Latimer hit top form

Scott plays the vital hand as Chenies & Latymer beat neighbours Gerrards Cross

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