The landscape in Thame is set to be transformed by the long-anticipated creation of a youth memorial.
Nearly £24,000 is to be spent replacing plastic plant holders with hardwood versions around Aylesbury.5 comments
Haddenham villagers are looking for their flag and flagpole after thieves stole them.
Comedian Lee Mack missed the stand up comedy show in aid of charity ENRYCH at the Waterside Theatre on Saturday due to ill health.
An Aylesbury man has been fined thousands of pounds for illegally bringing a dog into the country.1 comment
The fragrant and colour co-ordinated garden of a couple's picture-postcard Staffordshire home is to be opened to the public to help raise money for a Cambridgeshire-based charity.
Homeless young people in Luton will be helped to access mental health services thanks to a Big Lottery Fund grant.
Police were called to a nature reserve in Suffolk after hundreds of twitchers descended to catch a glimpse of a rare bird.
Transvestite potter Grayson Perry, from Essex, has said he is already thinking about what frock to wear when he goes to the palace to pick up his CBE.
The Essex-based inventor of a bottle designed to produce safe sterile drinking water anywhere in the world has been given an MBE in the Queen's Birthday Honours.
WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange will not leave the Ecuadorian Embassy in London even if sex charges against him are dropped, because he fears moves are already under way to extradite him to the United States, he has revealed.
An MP has called for an urgent question to be tabled in the House of Commons following allegations that health bosses covered up a failure to investigate a hospital where mothers and babies died through neglect.
It has been a part of the Promise for over a century, but from now on girls will no longer pledge their devotion to God when they join the Guides.
A new front-of-pack food label that has the support of health groups and all the major supermarkets has been launched to help tackle the obesity crisis.
The Supreme Court is due to rule on whether families of soldiers killed fighting in Iraq can bring damages claims against the Government.
A nationwide hunt has been launched to find the UK’s shining young engineering stars.2 comments
Apprenticeships are fast becoming the norm for young people who want an alternative to going to university, says a government minister.4 comments
Impressive employment figures have been hailed by Thame’s MP.
Hungry motorists will now be able to stock up on McDonald’s 24 hours a day.3 comments
An Aylesbury pub has reopened following an extensive refurbishment and a new focus on locally sourced food and drink.2 comments
After 35 years of hard graft and saving every penny, Ray Marzec is close to realising his dream to open an educational farm in the Vale.
Historical treasures discovered during archaeological work at the Arla Foods dairy site will be on display at a public open evening later this month.
The first road to be treated as part of the county council’s We’re Working On It 2013 programme was Whaddon Road, Mursley, on Tuesday.4 comments
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Wednesday 19 June 2013
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