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Family pay tribute to "loving lady" who died in Amersham Road collision

Tributes from the family of 29-year-old Alison Kelly who died after a collision near Coleshill last week describe her as a "loving, caring young lady."

"HS2 construction may not start until 2020" warn experts

Planning, financing and appeals from residents will be likely to cause delays to the controversial project, according to the Construction Products Association

Aylesbury Grammar School pays tribute to former pupil who died in Shoreham air crash

Head teacher Mr Mark Sturgeon said the school community was saddened by the news of former student Richard Smith who tragically lost his life in the Shoreham air crash.

Inquiry launched into winter flooding in Bucks homes to prevent a repeat

A thorough inquiry into the response to flooding that hit Buckinghamshire communities during winter 2013/14 is being made by county councillors.

Penn School pupils from Bucks given placements elsewhere as they await buyer's decision

Pupils who are from Buckinghamshire at the special needs school which unexpectedly shut down at the beginning of summer have been found alternative placements by the council.

Family pays tribute to former Aylesbury Grammar school pupil who died in Shoreham air crash

The family of 26-year-old Richard Smith paid their tributes to their beloved who died in the Shoreham air crash tragedy.

Gallery: Thousands flocked to the 10th annual Ley Hill Music and Beer Festival

The 10th Ley Hill Music and Beer Festival took place from Saturday, August 29 to Monday, August 31.

Inquiry launched into winter flooding in Bucks homes to prevent a repeat

A thorough inquiry into the response to flooding that hit Buckinghamshire communities during winter 2013/14 is being made by county councillors.

Despite dismal weather, the Chenies cycling festival was well supported

The Chenies Velo Classique was held on Monday, August 31 with three different cycling distances and different events and stalls for families to enjoy.

Wendover Memory Walk to fundraise for dementia sufferers

Fundraisers will be walking across the woodland paths of Wendover Woods this month to raise awareness for dementia.

Strictly Come Dancing stars to perform The Last Tango in Bucks

Vincent Simone and Flavia Cacace will have their world premier of the show in Aylesbury Waterside Theatre.

Gig guide: What's on this week starting Monday August 31

Today is a Bank Holiday - so don't stay at home. Check our gig guide to see what's happening today and for the rest of the week

Wycombe boss relaxed on Reading, Sheffield United and Wigan target

Manager dismisses links as speculation as transfer window enters its final day

Wycombe striker not a long term doubt

Good news at last for Ainsworth on the injury front

Wycombe boss on Crawley stalemate, Hayes injury and Pierre's future

Gareth Ainsworth's post-match debriefing in five key quotes

Non-League Football

Chesham let it slip against Slough

Six points turn to two for Generals over Bank Holiday Weekend

Saints boss pleased with reaction to FA Cup humbling

Chalfont put Ware to the sword two days after cup exit

FA Cup: SYCOB safely through to next round

Season's best crowd sees Beaconsfield knock out Raunds, writes Mark Brennan

Spending cuts could see 20,000 police jobs axed

The Home Office said no decisions have been taken on police funding beyond 2015/16 and the core government grant for this financial year is £7.8 billion

Government accused of 'window dressing' after announcing a crackdown on firms that fail to pay staff the new national living wage

Businesses face fines of up to £20,000 and bosses could be barred being company directors if they do not ensure the new wage rise is passed on to staff, said Prime Minister

Morning news headlines: Thousands of pounds of NHS funds spent on treats for patients, Northern Ireland talks to be held amid deteriorating political situation.

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Ley Hill end 40-year wait for title

Peterson's men wrap up championship with a game to go

Gerrards Cross beat leaders to keep title hopes alive

But away form needs to come in line with home form if dream is to be realised

Bletchley's Greg Rutherford wins gold long jump at World Championships

Britain's Greg Rutherford celebrated with a Union Flag over his shoulder as he won world gold in long jump in Beijing.

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