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Bucks County Council is considering recruiting social workers from abroad

The council is looking at various solutions after Ofsted labelled the children's services as inadequate in August

Chesham suspects arrested after police crack and heroin drugs bust

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Two men have been arrested in Chesham in connection with an alleged drugs deal.  

Saints have Manchester United's conquerors in their sights

Chalfont St Peter aiming to slay Capital One Cup giant-killers MK Dons in County Cup

Teens less likely to turn to crime in Buckinghamshire

The county has the smallest number of 16-17 year-old first time offenders, reports Claire Miller

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

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

Bucks County Council is considering recruiting social workers from abroad

The council is looking at various solutions after Ofsted labelled the children's services as inadequate in August

Teens less likely to turn to crime in Buckinghamshire

The county has the smallest number of 16-17 year-old first time offenders, reports Claire Miller

Chesham suspects arrested after police crack and heroin drugs bust

drugs
Two men have been arrested in Chesham in connection with an alleged drugs deal.  

Pantomime line-up for Waterside Theatre announced

Russell Grant and Suzanne Shaw are set to star in Cinderella this year

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

Natasha North
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.  

Three to fret about at Fratton Park for Wycombe Wanderers

A trio of Portsmouth players hoping to dent the hopes of the Chairboys

Non-league loans made me a man, says Wycombe striker

McClure puts joining the 100-game club at just 22 down to an early footballing education

Pomp and circumstance play into Wycombe hands at Fratton Park

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

Non-League Football

Forget FA Cup, SYCOB manager tells troops

Beaconfield boss more concerned with picking up some league points

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

Could 24-year-old Olive (an amazing 113 in feline years) be the world's oldest cat?

Owner John Burgess believes his pet could be about to claim the remarkable title after death of previous holder, Poppy from Bournemouth

Scotland votes no: historic referendum sees independence rejected

Better Together supporters celebrate at the Marriot Hotel in Glasgow as Scotland rejected independence, despite the Yes campaign winning a majority in Glasgow
Scotland votes to save the Union, despite Yes campaign winning a majority in Glasgow

Live: Scottish independence referendum - latest reaction as 'No' vote wins

No supporter Joanna Baxter from Ayrshire at the Marriott Hotel in Glasgow cries as Scotland rejects independence, despite the Yes campaign winning a majority in Glasgow
Minute-by-minute updates and reaction as Scots decide the fate of nation

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

A&C boss pleased with his new mix of players

Both overseas stars and local talent shine as Chiltern get off to a flier

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Camilla Goodman
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Lorcan Lovett
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Jo-Anne Rowney
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