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More than thousand homes built but most north of Buckinghamshire

Bucks had one of the highest rates of growth when it came to new homes, but most new builds were north of the county

Man dies after car crashes into a tree

Thames Valley Police
The man was pronounced dead at the scene near Beaconsfield

Missing teenager found

14-year-old from Beaconsfield has been found after he went missing yesterday

Unemployment falls in Buckinghamshire

The amount of people claiming jobs seekers' allowance dropped for the 11th month in a row

Does living in Manor Gardens make your house worth more than one in Catmint Close?

Claire Miller find out in our exclusive report

Council News

Stray horses causing problems on village roads

Issues in Gerrards Cross and Iver

Plans to turn charity's former clubhouse into houses welcomed

Chesham Town Council’s development control committee unanimously agreed to recommend approval of plans to turn the former site of Chesham RBL's clubhouse into houses.

Plans to give one of Great Missenden's oldest buildings a new lease of life

Developers are proposing to put The George, a medieval pub, into use again after it was boarded up nearly a year ago.

Fuel worth £1,100 stolen from trading estate

Two thefts have taken place in Iver after people siphoned off fuel from cars

Man arrested after cannabis plants discovered in Chesham home

Cannabis plants
Thames Valley Police discovered the cannabis plants in a home in Chesham yesterday (Dec 2)

Police shut down Denham drug factory

Thames Valley Police took to Twitter to celebrate shutting down the drug factory in Denham

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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

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

The Beaconsfield School to lodge formal challenge against Ofsted criticism

A secondary school is challenging an Ofsted report which criticised behaviour, achievement and teaching standards.

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.

Bucks petrol among the 'most expensive' in UK

Petrol pump
Price comparison website uses Buckingham to gauge that motorists in the country pay premium rates for fuel

Developer is happy to meet with London End objectors

A developer has said it is happy to meet anyone who has concerns over a town centre scheme it is working on.
Cheryl Gillan

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.

Social Media giants deny services were hacked

Instagram and Facebook blame 40-minute outage on internal system issue

Holocaust Memorial Day: Auschwitz survivors Zigi Shipper and Lily Ebert relive their experiences - video

January 27th marks 70 years since the liberation of Auschwitz-Birkenau

Videos & Photos

Holocaust Memorial Day: Auschwitz survivors Zigi Shipper and Lily Ebert relive their experiences - video

Play telling story of young Jewish woman to mark Holocaust Memorial Day in Bucks

Blooming successful year for group's annual charity calendar


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