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Prime Minister weighs into dog fighting issue saying compulsory chipping will be enforced

David Cameron says he is 'appalled' at the theft of 'much-loved' pets

Tribute to Gerrards Cross postal worker killed in Denham crash

Bereaved family pay last respects to biker who died in a collision with a car on Oxford Road

Dog fighting 'will never be stopped in Chesham says councillor

Ridgeway Councillor Derek Lacey has had first hand experience of this appalling activity

Crime drops by a third in the Thames Valley

Statistics paint a good picture on the policing front in Bucks  - but do you agree? Vote in our poll below

HS2 protesters call for referendum

Campaigners in Bucks have called for a referendum into whether HS2 should be scrapped.

Council News

Look: Bucks County Council holds its first ever wedding fair

Brides and grooms looked for inspiration at a wedding fair.

Meeting attendance records: How hard does your councillor work for you?

Several district and county councillors in Bucks attend fewer than 50 per cent meetings

Chiltern District Councillors attendance records

Chiltern District Councillors attendance at expected meetings from May 13 last year to January 14 this month taken on Thursday, January 22

Drop in people with mental health problems being detained

Report published today shows impact of schemes where police work with mental health nurses

Burglars attempt to climb in roof light while owners at home

Police are appealing for witnesses after the attempted burglary in Iver Heath

Thieves smash way into house to steal SIX cans of coke

Thames Valley Police is appealing for witnesses after a burglary in Aylesbury.

Three Buckinghamshire schools get 'full house' with 100 per cent GCSE results

Twelve other schools in the county saw 90% or more of their pupils reach this level.

Bucks pupils are least likely to be NEETs (Not in Employment, Education or Training)

Youngsters in the county are among the most diligent in England

Empty grammar school places highlighted by anti-11 plus campaigners

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There are nearly 100 empty year seven grammar school places according to figures released by a pressure group.

Tesco announces store closures, but Buckinghamshire branches avoid the chop

No Buckinghamshire stores are shutting, despite 43 closing across the country

Traders back Chalfont St Peter for 'best village' crown

Traders have launched a campaign to help their home defend its ‘best village’ crown.

Government challenged over HS2 interest rate 'double standard'

The CLA has challenged the Government over double standards on interest rates for Buckinghamshire businesses affected by HS2.
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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.

Former Manchester United captain Roy Keane launched into foul-mouthed road rage rant, says taxi driver

Fateh Kerar says retired football star launched tirade after being told to smile

Justin Bieber apologises for bad behaviour

The singer says his "arrogant and conceited" attitude was to cover up his feelings

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Justin Bieber apologises for bad behaviour

More forecasts of snow - but see how beautiful Bucks looks when it actually does

Coronation Street stars out in force for Anne Kirkbride's funeral

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Camilla Goodman
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