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Jobs joy for ‘one of uk’s best at work’

Thame is among the top areas in the country for very low levels of unemployment, latest figures have revealed.

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Thame Fair

Showmen disappointed at cancellation of Thame fair and are concerned for the future

The Showmen’s Guild have expressed their disappointment at the cancellation of this week’s Thame Fair and are concerned on the impact of future years.

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Blue Cross Medal Winner Romeo

Search begins for hero pets who deserve a medal

The search is on for hero pets to receive a medal for their bravery or helping people.

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The full list of Ryanair cancellations and what to do if you’re affected

Ryanair have now revealed the full list of cancelled flights for the next six weeks.

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Raymond Blanc at Thame Foot Festival

Prizes galore await the crowds at food festival

Thousands of people will be tasting the delights of some wonderful fare as the Thame Food Festival countdown gets underway.

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Ahir Shah

Comedy stars from Fringe head to town

Two stars of the comedy circuit who had sellout show at Edinburgh will be bringing their double bill to Thame.

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94% of Long Crendon residents vote in favour of Neighbourhood Plan

94% of Long Crendon residents vote in favour of Neighbourhood Plan

Long Crendon residents voted overwhelmingly in support of the Long Crendon Neighbourhood Plan (LCNP) at the recent Referendum where they were asked “Do you want AVDC to use the Neighbourhood Plan for Long Crendon to help it decide planning applications in the Neighbourhood Area?”

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The Kop Hill Climb at Princes Risborough attracted more than 400 vehicles

More than 400 vehicles tackle Kop Hill Climb at annual event

More than 400 vehicles gathered in Princes Risborough over the weekend of September 16 and 17 to take on the challenge and adventure of the Kop Hill Climb.

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Buckingham Town Council Dog Show at The Paddock, Bourton Park. Pictured, Sky the Goldendoodle PNL-170716-185718009

Volunteers needed to care for puppies in Aylesbury

If you could care for an 8 week old puppy, for a year, a local charity hopes you get in touch.

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The scene of a fish tank fire in Albert Street, Aylesbury

Dog rescued from Aylesbury home after fish tank blaze

Firefighters rescued a dog from a home in Albert Street in Aylesbury this morning (Tuesday).

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Police forces across England and Wales remain inconsistent in their approach to handling complaints made by the public.

3% Increase in police complaints this year, say IPCC

Police forces across England and Wales remain inconsistent in their approach to handling complaints made by the public.

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Thames Water apologise after "several hundred" houses left with no water

Thames Water apologise after "several hundred" houses left with no water

Some residents were left without water all day yesterday, 18 September.
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A man has died after a collision on the A413

A Motorcylist has died in a collision on the A413

His next of kin have not yet been informed.
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Thames Valley Police officer sacked after being found guilty of repeatedly punching man he was trying to restrain

A Thames Valley Police officer has been dismissed from the force after a disciplinary hearing found he had used unreasonable and disproportionate force on a man in custody.

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House of Fraser set to close

Aylesbury favourite House of Fraser set to close

The House of Fraser in Friar's Square is set to close "based on the current local trading environment".
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Quarrendon Street Association members Helen Cavill, Amy Jenner and Louis Dowling

This is when good neighbours become good friends - community project set to launch in Quarrendon

Residents on the Quarrendon estate in Aylesbury are being invited to come together as part of a project to combat loneliness, isolation and develop a community where neighbours look out for one another.

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When Police arrived they were so shocked by the animals living conditions that they contacted the RSPCA.

WARNING GRAPHIC CONTENT: Rotting kitten corpse found in Aylesbury flat

A man has been disqualified from keeping animals for 10 years after nineteen cats - including one with a deep wound across his head - were rescued from poor conditions in his one-bedroom flat.
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David Carroll, Chairman of the Transport, Environment and Communities Select Committee

Modern slavery inquiry to take place in Buckinghamshire

It's a hidden crime that slips under the radar and on to the secret pages of the illicit dark web.

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Bucks Best Kept Village presentation - Cuddington

PICTURE SPECIAL: Bucks Best Kept Village presentations

Villages across Aylesbury Vale were presented with their trophies for their successes in the Bucks Best Kept Village competition on Saturday September 16.

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Popular brand of kids’ water bottles recalled due to choking fears

Popular brand of kids’ water bottles recalled due to choking fears

A popular brand of children’s drinking bottle has been recalled by the manufacturer due to a risk of choking being identified.

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