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Campaigners take legal advice following Khalsa free school decision

Stoke Poges Parish Council and campaigners have said they are taking legal advice following the Secretary of State's decision to allow Khalsa School to stay in Stoke Poges

26-year-old who robbed and punched a man has been jailed

Karl Day
Karl Day, of High Wycombe, was found was sentenced to three and a half years in jail for attacking and robbing a man in High Wycombe's town centre

School 'delighted' with free school result

Slough Sikh Education Trust, who run the Khalsa Secondary School, has said it is delighted with the Secretary of State's decision to allow the school to remain in Stoke Poges

James Bond to shoot at Pinewood this December

24th instalment of franchise will film at its traditional home

Campaign group says 98 per cent of families affected by HS2 won't get paid out

Homeowners blighted by HS2 in some areas of Buckinghamshire  are unlikely to get any compensation according to national campaign group HS2 Action Alliance (HS2AA).

Breaking: Secretary of State rules free school can stay

Secretary of State Eric Pickles has decided Khalsa Secondary School can stay at its Stoke Poges site following a hearing to decide its future
Karl Day

26-year-old who robbed and punched a man has been jailed

Karl Day, of High Wycombe, was found was sentenced to three and a half years in jail for attacking and robbing a man in High Wycombe's town centre

NHS pays thousands to agency workers for a day's work

Bucks Healthcare NHS Trust pays more than £1,000 to agency worker for a single shift

School 'delighted' with free school result

Slough Sikh Education Trust, who run the Khalsa Secondary School, has said it is delighted with the Secretary of State's decision to allow the school to remain in Stoke Poges
Natasha North

Natasha North: ‘I love intimate gigs but I knew what I wanted’

From pub gigs to the Reading Festival, Seer Green singer Natasha North has gradually been making her name on the national music scene. Jo-Anne Rowney talks with the musician about her rise and what the future holds

Photo-gallery: Beer festival helps regenerate Seer Green Scouts hut

Beer was flowing freely at a festival held to raise funds for repairs to the ageing scout hut.  

Were you there? Huge crowds attend popular Knotfest

The Knotfest music festival provided a packed line-up of local musicians and television celebrities this year raising £3,671 so far for charity.
Anthony Stewart

Pomp and circumstance play into Wycombe hands at Fratton Park

Rewind: December 4 2013, Portsmouth 2-2 Wycombe Wanderers

Video: Watch highlights of Wycombe's win at Plymouth

Re-live all the action from Home Park as Paul Hayes earns Wycombe three points

Plymouth v Wycombe: Result of Rate the Wanderers

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Your say on how Gareth Ainsworth's side performed against the Argyle

Non-League Football

Sunderland cast eye over Chesham park footballer

Premier League giants keeping tabs on former Park Pond Rangers man Mikel Stareyshinski

Chesham out of FA Cup but Little back in the fold

Former Generals favourite makes an instant impact, but it's not enough against Dunstable

Amersham & Chiltern go down to derby defeat

Tring get bragging rights in neighbours' first ever league clash

Live: Scottish independence referendum vote - latest updates as 4.2million vote in historic poll

Minute-by-minute updates and reaction as Scots decide the fate of nation

Morning news headlines: Scotland's decision day arrives, Muslims ask IS to show mercy to hostage

A voter arrives at Ritchie Hall polling station in Strichen, as Scotland goes to the polls to vote in the Scottish independence referendum
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Semi-naked bodies of Brit tourists David Miller, 24, and 23-year-old Hannah Witheridge were discovered on a beach early on Monday

National champion - just four months after taking up cycling

Chalfont St Peter teenager shrugs off crash to make an instant impact in his new sport

Bucks man grabs gold at Invictus Games

Tony Harris part of GB sitting volleyball champions at inaugural event

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