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Four car crash in Princes Risborough

Firefighters have made the scene safe

Investigations into cause of helicopter which came down on take off still ongoing

The privately owned helicopter rolled onto its side and hit the ground at some point during a flying lesson

Police appeal for witnesses following fatal collision near Amersham

Shortly before 7.30pm on Sunday October 11 a blue Ford Mondeo travelling on the A355 Amersham Road from the direction of Amersham, was involved in a collision with a blue BMW 5 series travelling in the opposite direction.

Five High Wycombe men convicted of criminal damage and arson

The men, who are all from High Wycombe, pleaded guilty at  Aylesbury Crown Court sitting at Amersham, yesterday (Wednesday).

'Ludicrous' parking in Great Missenden could be on the way out after council staff admitted current problems were 'blindingly obvious'

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Furious residents turned up to a well attended Local Area Forum meeting last night (Wednesday) where councillors and staff from Transport for Bucks (TfB) were grilled on ongoing parking issues and announced that change could happen

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Clamp down on rogue traders in Bucks

Vehicles and premises across the county checked by police and Trading Standards officers

Beaconsfield relief road plans go on show

Relief road would cut traffic by up to 40 per cent in Beaconsfield at peak times according to council estimates

Warning after spate of car catalytic converter thefts in Chesham

A security marking session will engrave vehicle's catalytic converters following a series of thefts.

CCTV released in connection with elderly women being robbed

Thames Valley Police has released CCTV images of a man they would like to speak to in connection with robberies in High Wycombe and Henley-on-Thames. 

CCTV released after woman receives letters threatening to kill

Thames Valley Police is releasing CCTV images in regards to a threats to kill investigation in High Wycombe.

New scheme launched to reduce number of mental health sufferers detained in custody

People who suffer from mental health conditions and call the police when in a state of crisis are now to be supported by a new scheme launched today (September 14).

Vital information for parents - how to find the most sought-after schools in Buckinghamshire

The deadline for applications for secondary schools is fast looming and parents are being urged not to miss the October 31 deadline.

How to choose a good secondary school

Searching for the perfect secondary school for your kids can be one of the most difficult decisions, but here are our top tips to remember when you’re trying to choose.

Double celebration for identical twins graduating from Bucks New University on their birthday

It was double the celebration for High Wycombe twins James and David Reading as they received first class honours degrees on their birthday.

More than £4-million collected in stamp duty from Buckinghamshire house sales

Local house builder Barratt Homes says huge increase in revenue is an indication of the strength of the Bucks housing market

Can you help shape retirement accommodation proposals in Old Amersham?

Retirement house builder, McCarthy and Stone, is inviting feedback from locals to redevelop the B&M Motors garage into assisted living apartments 

Hollywood TV presenter kept her luscious locks in shape at Amersham hairdressers

The hairdressers' clients were thrilled to see the TV star getting her locks trimmed in the same salon.
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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.

Facebook paid only £4,327 in UK corporation tax in 2014

Facebook's payment of £4,327 is less than a single UK worker on an average salary of £26,500, who would pay £3,180 in income tax and £2,213 in national insurance contributions

Steven Tyler of Aerosmith asks Donald Trump to stop playing song on campaign trail

Power ballad Dream On is used by Donald Trump at campaign events but lawyers for Tyler have sent a second cease-and-desist letter as Trump doesn't have permission to use the song

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English Defence League marches through Aylesbury

Video released in bid to find Hillsborough witnesses

Hillsborough video footage released to trace potential witnesses

Dozens take part in the fifth Ley Hill Challenge

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