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Target of vicious cyber bullying speaks out about the growing problem in Buckinghamshire

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A target of cyber bullying who overcame her tormentors and now works as a youth leader has shared her experiences of the online problem that is increasing in the county.

Campaign launched following 90 diabetes-related amputations in Chiltern

A nationwide survey of 1,986 people suggests that just 43 per cent of people are aware that diabetes can cause foot ulcers or amputations.

Is this the biggest sinkhole yet?

Photos of the Wooster Road sinkhole as an investigation begins, and work completes on the Holtspur Top lane sinkhole

Fancy yourself as a Steven Spielberg? Pinewood Studios want to hear from you

Budding filmmakers are in luck thanks to a new course starting at Pinewood Studios.

Police shut down Denham drug factory

Thames Valley Police took to Twitter to celebrate shutting down the drug factory in Denham

'Overwhelming' response to Chesham Toy Bank appeal

The toy bank was set up because there are about 500 children in Chesham who may not receive a present this Christmas because they are living below the poverty line.

Campaign launched following 90 diabetes-related amputations in Chiltern

A nationwide survey of 1,986 people suggests that just 43 per cent of people are aware that diabetes can cause foot ulcers or amputations.

Young entrepreneur held a Christmas fair for charity

Gemma Sisson of Marsham Way, Gerrards Cross, who runs The Kitchen Mixer held the fair along with nine other stall holders.

Removal company has donated a trailer for the Amersham Christmas Showcase

The family day will be held on Saturday December 6 in Sycamore Road, Amersham

Fancy yourself as a Steven Spielberg? Pinewood Studios want to hear from you

Budding filmmakers are in luck thanks to a new course starting at Pinewood Studios.

From the archives: Buckinghamshire Country Council turns 125

The BCC is celebrating its 125th anniversary. Much has changed in that century and a quarter, as these photos from the Council's archive show

Top folk singer coming to High Wycombe

BBC Radio 2 Folk Singer of the Year Bella Hardy will be performing at the Wycombe Swan next month

Wycombe benefiting from underdog tag, reckons goalkeeper

Matt Ingram believes pre-season put-downs have had a positive effect on team

Hartlepool United v Wycombe Wanderers: Three Pools who could get the Blues into deep trouble

We identify a key Monkey Hangers trio who could cause chaos at Victoria Park

Wycombe pounce for Millwall striker

But defender ends months of gathering dust by signing on loan for Crewe

Non-League Football

Late winner earns Saints sixth successive league win

Paine strikes as the death as Chalfont bag the points again, writes Ian Doorbar

Beaconsfield let it slip at Barton Rovers

Strikers fail to fire again as late goals stun SYCOB, writes Mark Brennan

Second win in a row for Holmer Green

Greens move out of drop zone for first time in two months, writes John Anderson

Live: Black Friday 2014 - updates as bargain hunters spend millions in high street sales

It's Black Friday - the biggest shopping day of the year. We've got all the bargains, special offers and scraps as shoppers scramble to get the best deals

Morning news headlines: PM vows to curb EU migrant benefits, builder quizzed over double murder

David Cameron speaks during a media conference after an EU summit
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Football icon Pele fighting for life: Updates and reaction as Brazilian legend enters intensive care

According to reports in Brazil, the legendary striker's condition has deteriorated after he was re-admitted with a urinary infection

Last gasp woe for Amersham & Chiltern

Chichester come from behind in final few minutes to snatch win, writes Andy Gillanders

Wilkinson at the double as Beaconsfield beat Marlow

Derby win sees Beaconsfield make progress up the table, writes Mike Eagle

A group of 30 went to a council meeting to ensure a bowls club lease would be extended

Members of a bowls club are now celebrating after facing an uncertain future over their home of 50 years.

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