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Child sex exploitation investigators charge man with perverting the course of justice

The Aylesbury man was arrested on Thursday morning by police investigating child exploitation incidents in Buckinghamshire

Fifty six arrested during first week of Christmas anti-drink driving campaign

Thames Valley Police have arrested 56 people on suspicion of drink-driving after seven days of the Christmas anti-drink drug drive campaign.

All change at the top as Bucks CCC look to the future

Injured skipper Harrison takes over as director of cricket for the county

Buckinghamshire weather: Sunny - but cold with brisk winds blowing into the weekend

Cloud and rain will clear during the morning and becoming dry with some good sunny spells developing.

Five-year-old girl battling leukaemia meets Disney's Frozen characters in birthday wish

Sophie Richardson from Ballinger, and her family joined other children with cancer on a charity trip to Disneyland Paris

Warning issued about people posing as Chesham Christmas Float charity collectors

There have been reports of people posing as volunteers from The Rotary Club of Chesham and attempting to collect money by telling people that the Chesham Christmas Float will be along shortly.

Ten percent decrease in Thames Valley drink-driving arrests this Christmas

Police say there have been 10 percent fewer arrests during the current Christmas clampdown on drink driving offences so far

Child sex exploitation investigators charge man with perverting the course of justice

The Aylesbury man was arrested on Thursday morning by police investigating child exploitation incidents in Buckinghamshire

Buckinghamshire weather: Sunny - but cold with brisk winds blowing into the weekend

Cloud and rain will clear during the morning and becoming dry with some good sunny spells developing.

Gerrards Cross teenager to star in BBC Christmas Lectures

Student from Dr Challoner's High School is due to star in the annual Christmas Lectures, presented by the Royal Institution and televised as part of the BBC’s Christmas content.

Hundreds take part in hospice's Santa Dash

More than 450 mums and dads, children, friends and dogs took part in the Hospice of St Francis’ seventh annual Santa Dash.

Times and places of worship this Christmas season

Our comprehensive guide to planned church services between now and Christmas Day across South Bucks and Chiltern

Rewind: Eventful afternoon for Wycombe striker at Accrington

Look back on a memorable day for Matt McClure at the Crown Ground in 2012

Wycombe's Gary Doherty announces retirement and calls it the hardest decision of his career

Former Tottenham and Charlton defender defender hangs up his boots

Wycombe Wanderers 4-1 Southend United: Result of Rate the Chairboys

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

Non-League Football

Holmer Green less than pitch perfect

Plans underway to improve playing surface following string of postponments

Amersham improve but still lose at Southall

Better signs from Magpies, but not enough to avoid defeat, writes Michael Gahagan

In pictures: Beaconsfield and Northwood share the spoils

Chances at a premium in Holloways Park stalemate, writes Mark Brennan
Police block the road outside a house where eight children have been found dead

Nine found dead in Cairns house

Children and woman were stabbed, say reports

Morning news headlines: Cameron Russia warning, 100 attempts to sneak into UK, Uni offers at record high

The Prime Minister David Cameron visited the O2 call centre in Runcorn, Cheshire, to chat with staff as part of his PM Direct, where members of the public can quiz him about any issues or topics they desire. Photo by James Maloney
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Morning news headlines: Sydney gunman latest; first woman Bishop to be announced; Nurses coming from overseas

People come to lay flowers to pay respect to the shooting victims at a temporary memorial site close to the Lindt cafe in the central business district of Sydney
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All change at the top as Bucks CCC look to the future

Injured skipper Harrison takes over as director of cricket for the county

BBC Sport Personality of the Year awards for Chesham duo

Clark and Merchant honoured along with rest of England women's rugby team

Beaconsfield let lead slip against Royal Wootton Bassett

Visitors prove to be too strong for hosts, writes Mike Eagle

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