A boardgame inventor from Aylesbury has agreed a major deal with John Lewis for their stores to stock his product across the country.
When someone holds a different view, you can still agree to disagree and remain in a state of antagonistic harmony.
Ask most people what farmers do and it is likely they will say that they produce food.
A share of a government pot of £2 billion will help bring more than 11,000 new jobs to Bucks and fund a new education centre and residential development in Aylesbury.
A business woman is sweet on the idea of joining forces with other companies to hold a free wedding fayre.
Is it only me, or do the airwaves seem filled all the time with big numbers and complicated statistics used by different sides of the same argument to shock us into believing the world will come to an end if you don’t support their certain view of any situation?
An £11 million solar farm could be built near Thame if plans go through.
A business owner is celebrating after his Budgens branch was crowned best in the country.
A care home run by nuns is to close after the firm in charge said they would not be able to bring the home up to modern standards.
The completion of a rail link between Oxford and Milton Keynes, which will pass through Bicester, Winslow and Aylesbury, has been delayed until 2019, Network Rail has announced.
A family-run photo business which featured on a BBC2 programme is marking its airing anniversary by launching a new shop.
It’s a horrible thought, and many devoted dog owners are reluctant to admit it, but family pets can and do attack sheep.
The UK’s largest supplier of platform lifts is celebrating its 20th birthday.
On Monday I spoke at the House of Lords about the need to ramp up our investment into digital infrastructure.
Farming can be a lonely job. Mechanisation has reduced the number of everyday staff workers and for jobs involving big expensive machines many farmers now rely on contractors to come in, do a specific job and then leave.
Costa has introduced a coffee qualification for unemployed people and its first two ‘barista maestros’ have graduated.
Roadworks will take place next week as Bucks County Council continues its programme to improve Vale roads.
The number of people claiming unemployment benefit in Aylesbury Vale fell by five during February to 1,453.
When I put finger to keyboard it can be a bit of a struggle to identify major current economic affairs that you will recognise as impacting strongly on the Vale – but this week I’ve had trouble picking from a healthy crop.
Several jobs are on offer at a new Subway franchise due to open in Aylesbury Service Sation on the Bicester Road roundabout in April.
Waddesdon Manor is amongst the first 100 companies across the country to be awarded a Chartermark for its dedication to welcoming Chinese vistors.