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Two men convicted of conspiracy to supply steroids following investigation into High Wycombe gym death

The convictions come in the wake of investigations into the death of Sean Cleathero who died in 2012 after taking Dinitrophenol at the Apollo Gym

London Underground strikes: When are they, what services are disrupted and what you need to do

Commuters will be bracing themselves for what is being described as the 'most chaotic rail strike in a decade@

James Bond helps Pinewood to record breaking revenue

Pinewood Group made £75m in revenue last year thanks to Bond, Star Wars and Avengers

Seventeen percent of people in South East admit to fly tipping

Shock findings come in the face of hugely increased fines for illegally dumping rubbish

Man arrested after allegedly attempting to kill police officer

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The High Wycombe man has also been arrested on suspicion of false imprisonment and assault following a disturbance at a block of flats.

Ex-Thames Valley Police chief talks about running one of the largest forces in Britain

Sara Thornton, who left the Thames Valley Police earlier this year, speaks candidly about her time as Chief Constable.

Man thrown down stairs in Aylesbury pub burglary

Police to maintain visible presence after Cotton Wheel pub robbed on Sunday night

London Underground strikes: When are they, what services are disrupted and what you need to do

Commuters will be bracing themselves for what is being described as the 'most chaotic rail strike in a decade@

Two men convicted of conspiracy to supply steroids following investigation into High Wycombe gym death

The convictions come in the wake of investigations into the death of Sean Cleathero who died in 2012 after taking Dinitrophenol at the Apollo Gym

Weather holds out for summer fair which has always 'been about the children'

The Denham Village Infant School, on Cheapside Lane, held the annual event in the school grounds on Saturday (July 4), from noon until 3pm

International Kissing Day: The most iconic kisses on screen and off

It's International Kissing Day and here are some of the best smackers from Spiderman, Dirty Dancing, The Notebook, Twilight and more

Doctor's surgery staff tied up their laces and raised £974

Staff raised £974 as they competed in a five km Race for Life.

Wycombe new boy told to 'do a Mawson'

Former Rotherham United youngster 'will only get better and better'

Ex-Arsenal and Liverpool starlet being primed as a Wycombe hit

Ainsworth wants Banton to finally find a place called home in Adams Park

Wycombe capture Plymouth striker and Rotherham defender

Banton impressed for Pilgrims in play-off defeat, while Rowe returns for fifth spell

Non-League Football

Former Chesham United assistant lands Gibraltar top job

Jeff Wood was No.2 at The Meadow in 2000 and turned down managers' job in 2003

Ex-Fulham striker lauded by Chesham boss

Leese hoping for same impact that Darren Purse had at The Meadow

Former Crystal Palace and Reading academy chief joins SYCOB

Beaconsfield announce Warner as their new manager
People look at flowers left by the July 7 memorial plaque at Aldgate Station, London, which names those who were killed in the bombings at the station, as Britain remembers the July 7 attacks amid a welter of warnings about the enduring and changing threat from terrorism a decade on.

Britain remembers victims of 7/7 London terror attacks ten years on

52 people were killed by four home-grown terrorists in July 7, 2005

Morning news headlines: Minute's silence for 7/7 victims, 'Credible' Greek bailout plan urged

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Greece finance minister resigns as banks run out of cash

With Greek banks running out of cash and facing the danger of collapse within days without new aid, the government in Athens is racing against the clock.

Rocky targets Jason Leonard's record next

Most capped female England rugby player can now overtake men's mark

Breen targets Hickstead Derby record

But Gerrards Cross show jumper would need two more wins in a row

Lord's record under threat from Gerrards Cross cricketer

Seven dismissals in one-day game could earn Westaway a place in the history books

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