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Controlling husband who stalked his estranged wife has sentenced lessened

Christopher Colin Graham was handed a two year jail sentence in January after he admitted stalking his estranged wife.

David Lee Travis 'bankrupted' by sex trial, court hears

The Aylesbury-based disc jockey has been awarded travel costs from Buckinghamshire to London for the trial.

Firefighters use jaws of life to free woman from crashed car in Wendover

Victim injured in crash and firefighters use hydraulic equipment to get her out of vehicle

Campaigners hope to raise £2.5 million to save pub

The Save the George campaign was launched last Thursday (April 23) to save The George pub in Great Missenden

'Polar plume' to hit Britain causing temperatures to plunge over Bank Holiday weekend

Temperatures could drop to below freezing as snow, rain and gales are forecast for May bank holiday weekend.

Two Bucks girls star in new Avengers: Age of Ultron film

Holly Lavery and Holly McConnell, both 11, are over the moon after they each landed a part in the popular Avengers: Age of Ultron film.

Controlling husband who stalked his estranged wife has sentence lessened

Christopher Colin Graham was handed a two year jail sentence in January after he admitted stalking his estranged wife.

WI Centenary Baton finishes its Bucks tour

On Tuesday, April 21 the WI Centenary Baton was handed over from the Oxfordshire federation to the Buckinghamshire federation and then toured the county.

Drop in number of sex crimes in Wycombe and Chiltern last year

Generally, in England and Wales, sexual crime increased by a third last year.

All shook up - Elvis is coming to Buckinghamshire

Europe's most successful Elvis Presley tribute artist will be performing at Aylesbury next month

Strictly Come Dancing duo's final tour will make its world premier at Bucks theatre

Strictly's Vincent Simone and Flavia Cacace will dance in their final ever theatre show The Last Tango, which will premier at Aylesbury Waterside Theatre in September.

10-year-old Lexie reviews The Boy in the Striped Pyjamas

10-year-old blogger Lexie from Beaconsfield went along to the Wycombe Swan Theatre on Tuesday (Apr 21) to watch the stage version of The Boy in the Striped Pyjamas. Lexie reviews the show

Wycombe Wanderers hoping Premier League scouts aren't watching rising star Matt Ingram

Chairboys boss Gareth Ainsworth fears more interest in talented goalkeeper

Wycombe sweating on fitness of Brentford midfielder as injury crisis worsens

Saunders latest man on the treatment table as Chairboys' automatic promotion push hanging by a thread

In pictures: Morecambe deal crushing blow to Wycombe's automatic promotion ambitions

Re-live all the action as the Shrimpers strike late in Buckinghamshire

Non-League Football

Chesham finish tough season on a high

Pearce strikes at the death to earn victory over Banbury

Saints hold champions to draw in season's finale

Chalfont take a morale-boostong point off Kettering, writes Ian Doorbar

Three sent off as SYCOB end season seeing red

Two from Beaconsfield and one from Uxbridge dismissed, writes Mark Brennan
South Korean coast guard officers try to rescue passengers from a ferry sinking in the water off the southern coast near Jindo, south of Seoul, South Korea, Wednesday, April 16, 2014. The ferry carrying 459 people, mostly high school students on an overnight trip to a tourist island, sank off South Korea's southern coast on Wednesday, leaving nearly 300 people missing despite a frantic, hours-long rescue by dozens of ships and helicopters. At least four people were confirmed dead and 55 injured. (AP Photo/Yonhap) KOREA OUT

The captain of South Korean ferry which sank killing more than 300 people has been jailed for life

Lee Joon-seok has been sentenced to 36 years in jail for negligence and abandoning passengers in need

Rioters cause chaos in Baltimore after mourning the death of Freddie Gray

National Guard called in to restore order and State of emergency called by governor

Morning news headlines: Wait goes on for Nepal earthquake relatives, Tories pledge more apprenticeships

Local villagers watch a helicopter being loaded with supplies at a relief staging area near Saturday's massive earthquake's epicenter in the town of Gorkha, Nepal, Tuesday, April 28, 2015. Preparing to make a push into the most isolated parts of quake-devastated Nepal, soldiers on Tuesday were readying food, water and other emergency supplies to be loaded onto helicopters in this small town near the earthquake's epicenter. (AP Photo/Wally Santana)
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Take your pick - Cutty Sark, Tower Bridge and Canary Wharf are some of the great locations where you can watch the runners zoom past

Chiltern chief vows to lead club back to national leagues

Relegation in 'worst possible way' a bitter pill to swallow for Williams

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