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A supermarket giant has recalled a batch of cereal which it fears could contain small pieces of plastic.
A stinky mystery has been solved by users of the Grand Union Canal worried about ‘hazardous human waste’.
Buckinghamshire’s rural heritage was celebrated in all its glory at the annual county show despite a few drops of rain.
For the first time in decades a president of the National Farmers Union attended Bucks County Show.
Revellers attending Reading Festival are set to be hit by rail strike action from Saturday to Monday by members of the Rail, Maritime and Transport union as First Great Western passengers travelling towards the South West will face reduced services.
Many households are facing a shock rise in their energy bills in September, a price comparison site has warned.
Newspaper publisher Johnston Press, which owns titles including this one, saw underlying pre-tax profits more than double in the first half of the year as it benefited from lower financing costs.
It may sound out of this world but Thames Valley Police has dealt with 15 reports of aliens in just four years.
The longest running independent milk delivery service in the Vale is hanging up its bottles - after being priced out of the game by supermarkets.
The skies over Oxfordshire will be littered with shooting stars this week during the annual Perseids meteor shower, with the skies set to be mostly clear during the middle of the week.
Expectant mums and dads can now hold their babies BEFORE they are born – with the introduction of controversial 3D printed baby models.
McDonald’s is trialling table service at one of its restaurants after a drop in sales - but would customers be lovin’ the idea of it coming to Oxfordshire?
A newly-wed suffering from breast cancer has turned to carrots over chemo, in a desperate bid to have a baby.
The ISS is the biggest space station ever built and can be seen in the skies from tonight without any special equipment.
Anyone travelling to London should plan ahead as a further 24-hour strike by Underground workers is to go ahead from Wednesday evening in a bitter row over plans for all-night tubes.