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Elderly pedestrian killed in Bourne End lorry crash named as Great Missenden resident
The 69-year-old pedestrian struck by a lorry in Bourne End has been named
Colne Valley Country Park
When is Mother's Day 2017? Great gift ideas to spoil your mum in Buckinghamshire
Whatever you're looking for, we have some perfect suggestions for Mother's Day
Thames Valley Police
Man charged with threatening with a weapon, assault and criminal damage
Anthony Crawford, aged 26, has been charged after a man was assaulted outside a Co-op in Downley
Flackwell Heath GP surgery to close following report which rules its safety as inadequate
Patners at the Hawthorndern Surgery have applied to NHS England to shut the branch practice down
Man charged with robbery and drugs offences
Jordon Warren, aged 26, of Lance Way, High Wycombe, has been charged
Thames Valley Police
Have you been snapped? Buckinghamshire's most and least prolific speed cameras.
We delved into the data to see which camera snaps the most motorists, and which one snaps the least.
WATCH: Bucks teenager makes moving short film about life as a young carer
Jade Dyer, 17, lives in Bourne End with her mother and has been her primary carer for the last four years.
Paramedics treat injured pair following Gerrards Cross car crash
Firefighters also rescued an injured man following a three car pile-up in Bourne End
New Year's Honours 2017: The full Bucks list
See the full list of those from the county who have received an honour in the Queen's New Year Honours list
Firefighers tackle Bourne End kitchen fire
They were called out to fight the ground floor flat blaze at around 9pm last night (Thurs)
Do you live in one of Buckinghamshire's top ten 'highest value towns'?
Research by Zoopla reveals the average house prices of the top ten most expensive towns in Buckinghamshire.
Do you live in one of Buckinghamshire's most exclusive postcodes?
A study by property website Zoopla has found the ten most expensive postcode in Bucks by average house price.
Do you live on one of Buckinghamshire's top 10 most expensive streets?
The most expensive street in Bucks has an average price of £3.3 million.
Aylesbury Grammar School
Young athletes are going for gold at School Games
Two Beaconsfield High School girls are excited after being chosen to represent their country at the 2016 School Games
Teenager robbed at knife point in car park
Thames Valley Police is appealing for information following the robbery in Bourne End
Man charged with outraging public decency
Russell Sheller, aged 29, of Acorn Close, High Wycombe, was arrested on 24 June and charged on 25 June
Hospice of St Francis
Hundreds light up the night at hospice's midnight walk
The Hospice of St Francis’ 10th Anniversary Midnight Walk took place on Saturday.
EU Referendum: Polling stations in Wycombe District
As we head into the final countdown before the EU Referendum on Thursday June 23, here is list of local polling stations for Wycombe District Council area
Bucks least used station gets just 17 passengers a day - and that's an improvement
High Wycombe, Amersham and Beaconsfield are Buckinghamshire's busiest stations - but guess which one is the quietest?
Two injured when tree falls on car in Bourne End
The tree, knocked over by gale force winds, injured a man and a woman in a car travelling between Bourne End and Cookham
Queen honours Chesham volunteer for services to Buckinghamshire
Elizabeth Pooley, from Chesham, was awarded with the British Empire Medal for voluntary political service in Chesham and Amersham.
What's on in Buckinghamshire: Check out our gig guide for the week
What music is playing at a venue near you? Our weekly gig guide gives all the answers
County wide initiative to honour local people with royal recognition
The Lord Lieutenant of Buckinghamshire is backing a move to uncover more unsung heroes in the county
Animal carcass dealer ordered to do 150 hours of unpaid work
David Nutt was given a 12-month community order by Wycombe magistrates on Wednesday, September 2 for two offences under animal by-product legislation