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Tributes paid to popular rambler who died after a cliff fall in Dorset

Maureen Absalom, who was a member of the Amersham Ramblers Group, died following a fall from a cliff in Dorset on a walking holiday.

County councillor: Planned traffic calming projects 'urgent' for village

Creating single lane and work on car park in Chalfont St Giles set to go ahead

Trains running again after tree on line near to Gerrards Cross

Passengers faced hour long delays

Bucks budget report is harder to understand than Thomas Hobbes' Leviathan - yes it's that difficult

What do Thomas Hobbes' Leviathan and the Wikipedia entry explaining mathematical integrals have in common? They're both easier to understand than Buckinghamshire Council's budget report, Patrick Scott reports

Businessman: They are rioting in Hong Kong, its worth just asking about changing council structures

Buckinghamshire Business First's Alex Pratt says while people are rioting in Hong Kong for democracy it is at least worth asking the question about whether we should be an unitary authority

Chesham man who stole car with teen inside pleads guilty

Ben Parker, 22, of Milton Road, Chesham, appeared at Aylesbury Crown Court for a preliminary hearing yesterday (Tue).

Buckinghamshire weather: Mild - but still wet

It will be mild but rather cloudy today, with a little rain possible.

Trains running again after tree on line near to Gerrards Cross

Passengers faced hour long delays

Plans for an online school could change the way children are educated but is there really a future without classrooms?

There are many parents who feel the frustration of the school system from time to time with some opting for home schooling. But what about those who do not feel they can teach their child themselves? JO-ANNE ROWNEY speaks to Tom Scott from Wey Ecademy, an online free school, about why he feels that is the answer

People can go behind the scenes of film shot in Chesham at new exhibition

The Imitation Game at Bletchley Park Exhibition will open on November 4

Watch: Treehouse barman whips up a Corozon Ausente cocktail

Check out this week's cocktail from The Treehouse in Beaconsfield

Dawn Steele: "How many people can say they had giraffes walking into the dressing room?"

Dawn Steele in Perfect Murder with Robert Dawes
She’s starred in Monarch of the Glen and Wild at Heart, now Dawn Steele is turning her hand to Perfect Murder at the Aylesbury Waterside Theatre. Jo-Anne Rowney speaks to the actress about filming in Africa and asks is there really ever a perfect murder?

Rewind: Clint Easton makes Wycombe's day against Dagenham & Redbridge

Substitute nets twice to prevent shootout in first meeting between the sides

Exeter City v Wycombe Wanderers: Result of Rate the Chairboys

Your shout on how Gareth Ainsworth's men performed against the Grecians

Wycombe Wanderers and Northampton fined by FA

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Teams they failed to ensure players conducted themselves in orderly fashion

Non-League Football

Holmer Green win cup derby at Amersham Town

Goals aplenty on windy night at Spratleys Meadow, writes Michael Gahagan

'Tremendous' Chesham shoot down St Neots

Generals show brilliant character to beat title favourites when short on numbers

Don't just be wary of Drew, warns Chesham boss

St Neots pose dangers all over the pitch, Leese insists ahead of tonight's clash
Concerns have been raised by dementia patient groups

Morning news headlines: Dementia fears; high cost of foreign criminals; Clegg targets teacher workload

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Oscar Pistorius given five-year jail sentence for killing Reeva Steenkamp

Oscar Pistorius
South African sprinter also given three years for firearms offences, but could be home in 10 months

Morning news headlines: Spinal paralysis breakthrough, Kate back on Royal duties, designer passes away, Gonzalo disruption expected

Darek Fidyka (right) who was completely paralysed from the waist down and is now able to walk again after undergoing pioneering surgery
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Injury-hit Beaconsfield go down to Thatcham

Back row particularly affected by absences, writes Mike Eagle

Amersham & Chiltern lose to last-minute try

Injury jinx strikes again as three more players succumb, writes Andy Gillanders

Amersham & Chiltern sweat it on skipper

Rugby side hoping Grammeros will return from injury for Guernsey game

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