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Thames Valley Police
Thames Valley Police launches new service to support struggling members of armed forces community
The Armed Forces Referral Service aims to support veterans and prevent offending and re-offending in the county
Hundreds of revellers attempt world-record swing dance attempt at Armed Forces Day
The event in Aylesbury attracted thousands in the glorious sunshine
Employment rates at joint record high as figures show the number of people in work has never been higher
Statistics released by the Office of National Statistics has revealed there are nearly 32 million people in work
'We are not heroes, it's just our job' - air ambulance paramedic tells students
Pupils at The Highcrest Academy toured RAF Benson and chatted with Thames Valley Air Ambulance staff.
Blind Bucks RAF veteran finds love at the age of 90 thanks to veterans charity
Harry Hitch found Pat Mason last Summer at the Blind Veterans UK Brighton centre as she helped him to his seat. They've not looked back since.
JAILED: RAF serviceman given nine year prison term for rape and sex attacks
Paul Miles, 53 was sentenced today at Amersham Law Court after a jury unanimously found him guilty of three serious sexual offences.
Council chamber invaded by armed forces for pilot community event at Chiltern District Council
Council chairman Mimi Harker invited members of the Coldstream Guards, 11 Infantry Brigade to interact with local youth and community groups.
Bucks children asked to get creative ahead of Armed Forces Day
Primary school children have been tasked with designing a unique poster
Norwegian Air announce second ever British tail fin hero - and she's also from Bucks
After Roald Dahl, now Amy Johnson, the first woman to fly solo from England to Australia, is being honoured on the tail fin of a Norwegian plane
Chesham remembers its war heroes in inclusive Remembrance Sunday parade
Crowds gathered around the war memorial for Chesham's Remembrance Sunday Parade
Remembrance 2016: Where to go this weekend to pay your respects for those who gave the ultimate sacrifice
Armistice Day, November 11, falls on this Friday, while Remembrance Sunday is on November 13.
80th birthday celebrations: 9 Things you didn't know about Pinewood Studios
Buckinghamshire's answer to Hollywood has been making movies for 80 years, here are some facts about the famous studios you may not know...
Norwegian airline's Roald Dahl tribute plane set to make its maiden flight
The Boeing 737-800 has a tribute to 'the world's greatest storyteller' on its tail fin
Countess of Wessex cycles through Bucks on 445-mile Duke of Edinburgh Diamond Challenge and raises over £180,000
It is the 60th anniversary of the Duke of Edinburgh Awards, which has helped countless disadvantaged and vulnerable people in our area
Norwegian's gloriumptious birthday tribute to Roald Dahl
Budget airline Norwegian makes Great Missenden author its first UK 'tail fin hero'
What exactly was Roald Dahl's Buckinghamshire and how much of it is still around today?
It's Roald Dahl's 100th Birthday on September 13. He lived the latter half of his life in Buckinghamshire and it is the source of inspiration for so many of his stories. Here are some examples...
Oxford English Dictionary honours the phizz-whizzing Roald Dahl in its latest update by including gobblefunk words
The definitive English dictionary releases new editions every four months and has included 500 new words in this latest update.
Amy Johnson: Buckinghamshire's very own high flying pioneer
Historian DONALD STANLEY looks at the life of aviation pioneer, and Bucks resident, Amy Johnson
First World War Centenary
Bucks war memorials in Holmer Green and Weston Turville granted Grade II status
Historic England has pledged to protect 2,500 war memorials by 2018, to commemorate the centenary of the First World War
Brave horse retires from Thames Valley Mounted Police after a decade of service
Caesar as retired from Thames Valley Mounted Police on Monday after 10 years of service.
RAF Halton opens its doors for a rare glimpse at the insides of the historic barracks
The stately home of Alfred de Rothschild has been in use by Britain's air forces for nearly 100 years.
Buckinghamshire New University
Bucks New Uni awarded for supporting Armed Forces
The ceremony took place aboard HMS Victory in Portsmouth and the award was presented by the Lord Lieutenant of Hampshire
Actress Sue Holderness to dive with the Red Devils for Thames Hospice
The 67 year old actress best known for playing Marlene in Only Fools and Horses is embarking on her new role as the charity's official ambassador
Photo gallery: Dozens take part in Bucks hospice's annual RAF triathlon event
Rennie Grove Hospice Care's annual RAF Halton Triathlon and Duathlon took place on Sunday (July 31).