With the General Election creeping ever closer Michelin starred chef Tom Kerridge has teamed up with the NFU to ensure food and farming is part of the national debate.
A wise successful man once told me that the best ideas are often found in the most unlikely of places.
Customers who voted a bus driver as the best in the country will be sad to learn she is moving routes – but passengers in Aylesbury will see her on a bus near them soon.
As EU milk quotas come to an end, NFU dairy board chairman Rob Harrison is urging all countries to act responsibly and collectively in order to manage future volatility.
Last week’s 7 headed monster that was the General Election Leaders’ Debate offered a number of valuable business messages for those who were watching carefully.
A pensioner saw red after a can of paint she was buying exploded at the checkout, ruining her coat and leaving her with a bill of more than £200.
A new housing development offers people a unique chance to design and build their dream home and save thousands of pounds in the process, according to an industry expert.
The founder of a yogurt business says it was ‘a great privilege’ to be part of a reception hosted by Prime Minister David Cameron.
A music-loving plastic surgeon who specialises in breasts and tummies has been named one of the best in the world.
Easter decorations which look virtually identical to Cadbury Mini Eggs have been pulled from Poundland stores after Trading Standards officers warned children could eat them by mistake.
Motorists have been given a yellow warning of high winds by the Met Office.
Standing six feet, seven inches tall, with a rotund figure and a very friendly smiling face, Simon Parminter is the perfect image of a traditional butcher.
During the Chancellor’s tongue in cheek Budget speech last Wednesday I was in the Mix 96 Studio offering live commentary on what it meant for us here in Bucks.
A firm which produced the leather work for the reception desk at Coca-Cola’s head office is now playing its part in an eagerly-anticipated television spectacle.
Did you know last Saturday was Pi Day? I guess it may have passed you by in your full on, forever changing life of keeping up with the world around you.