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Man charged in connection with attempted murder in Aylesbury

A 34-year-old man from Aylesbury has been charged today (September 3) with one count of attempted murder.

Tube strikes planned for next week cancelled

Two tube strikes planned for September 8 and 10 have been cancelled but the delay of night tubes has been prolonged.

Injured man rescued from four car collision in High Wycombe

Buckinghamshire Fire and Rescue Service are attending to an injured man who was rescued from a four car collision this morning.

Police on high visibility patrols after Buckinghamshire woman raped on pedestrian pathway

Victim had to walk some distance and officers are appealing for any witnesses who may have noticed a distressed woman in the area.

Council warning for people to be aware of email council tax scam

It comes after the council was contacted by a member of the public who received a bogus email

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Chance to grill Chesham's key players at Question Time style event this month

For the third year running the Chesham Society has organised its popular Members’ Panel Meeting to take place at Chesham Town Hall on Thursday, September 17.

Council warning for people to be aware of email council tax scam

It comes after the council was contacted by a member of the public who received a bogus email

Chalfont Common post office reopens to applause from the community

Councillors have welcomed the reopening of the post office, which also holds a Spar mini-supermarket

Man sent to prison for stealing from cars in High Wycombe

Richard Sutherland, aged 52, of no fixed abode, was sentenced to eight weeks’ imprisonment at High Wycombe Magistrates' Court on Wednesday.

Dogs seized in High Wycombe after woman suffers life-changing injuries

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A second dog has been seized by police after a 42-year-old woman suffered life-changing injuries to her arm and hand after being attacked.

Man charged in connection with sexual offences

The charges relate to three incidents at a fitness centre in Aylesbury.

Trustees expected to attend Penn School closure meeting tonight

A parent teacher meeting at Penn School tonight should be in the presence of the school's trustees.

Bucks New Uni students shortlisted for New Designer of the Year award

Two Buckinghamshire New University students have been shortlisted for the prestigious New Designer of the Year award.

Penn School closure escalates to Department for Education as Wycombe MP Steve Baker expresses disappointment

In a statement issued this afternoon, Conservative MP for Wycombe Steve Baker said the situation at Penn School was "thoroughly unsatisfactory for all involved."

New Chilterns country walking app will keep you on track

The app combines GPS and mobile technologies, removing the navigation hurdle to exploring the countryside.

Chalfont Common post office reopens to applause from the community

Councillors have welcomed the reopening of the post office, which also holds a Spar mini-supermarket

Fewer people on zero hour contracts in Bucks than rest of the UK

There are 95,000 people on zero hour contracts in the South East, according to the latest estimates
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MP Cheryl Gillan brands lack of HS2 compensation package progress 'shameful'

Chesham and Amersham MP Cheryl Gillan has said the lack of compensation packages for HS2 is 'shameful' four years into the project

HS2 campaigners, a youth worker and business recognised at mayor awards

The annual Amersham Mayoral Awards were held last week, celebrating the pillars of the community.

Prime Minster announces Britain will take thousands more refugees from Syria

Downing Street have not put a figure on the number of Syrians to be admitted to the country

Washed up children to be buried in the Syrian Kurdish region by distraught father

A paramilitary police officer carries the lifeless body of a child after a number of people died and a smaller number were reported missing after boats carrying them to the Greek island of Kos capsized, near the Turkish resort of Bodrum early Wednesday, Sept. 2, 2015. (AP Photo/DHA)
Haunting image of three-year-old Aylan Kurdi washed up on a Turkish beach focused the world's attention on the wave of migration fuelled by war and deprivation

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Prime Minster announces Britain will take thousands more refugees from Syria

A paramilitary police officer carries the lifeless body of a child after a number of people died and a smaller number were reported missing after boats carrying them to the Greek island of Kos capsized, near the Turkish resort of Bodrum early Wednesday, Sept. 2, 2015. (AP Photo/DHA)

Washed up children to be buried in the Syrian Kurdish region by distraught father

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