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Thames Valley Police release a statement about London terror attacks

While they state there is no intelligence to suggest a threat to Thames Valley areas, police urge the public to be 'alert but not alarmed'.
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Police are appealing for witnesses

Burglary on Prothero Close off Mandeville Road - Did you see anything suspicious?

Between 8:30am and 3:30pm on Tuesday 21st March offender(s) attempted to force open the front door of a residence on Prothero Close, off Mandeville Road. Damage was caused to the door lock and frame, but no entry was gained.
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Waste dumped by John Keenan in Askett

‘Campaign of criminal fly-tipping’ lands man with bill for more than £4,000

A man has been fined more than £4,000 for a series of fly-tipping incidents across two counties, including three in Aylesbury Vale.

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Police outside the Palace of Westminster, London. Picture: PA

LIVE THURSDAY: Hero police officer and woman who died named after Westminster terror attack, eight arrested in raids across UK

Four people have died in the Westminster terror attack including the police officer who was stabbed and his attacker

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Parliament on lock down: Aylesbury MP David Lidington says to house “There has been a serious incident”

Parliament on lock down: Aylesbury MP David Lidington says to house “There has been a serious incident”

Aylesbury MP David Lidington has addressed the House of Commons following a ‘serious incident’ on Westminster Bridge this afternoon.

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Thames Water Utility face a record breaking fine

"Safeguarding the environment is not an optional extra, it is an essential part of how companies must operate" - Environment Agency responds to verdict

Thames Water Utilities Ltd (Thames Water) has today (22 March) been fined an unprecedented £20,361,140.06 in fines and costs for a series of significant pollution incidents on the River Thames. These offences were caused by negligence and led to the death of wildlife and distress to the public.

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Thames Water: “We deeply regret” pumping sewage into waterways

Thames Water has issued the following statement after being fined £19.75 million plus costs in Aylesbury Crown Court for offences at six facilities in the Thames Valley during the period 2012-14.

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Thames Water fined more than £20MILLION for pumping human waste into our waterways

Thames Water fined more than £20MILLION for pumping human waste into our waterways

Thames Water has been fined more than £20million for pumping human waste into the River Thames and its tributaries. This morning Judge Francis Sherridan at Aylesbury Crown Court handed down a huge fine of £20,361,140 to the firm for the breaches which have had a devastating environmental impact on our waterways and streams.

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Aston Clinton man jailed for threatening County Hall staff and biting and throwing rock at police officer who intervened

Aston Clinton man jailed for threatening County Hall staff and biting and throwing rock at police officer who intervened

A 32-year-old man has been sentenced to two years in jail following an incident in which he threw a rock at a police officer’s head and bit his finger.

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Two men have been fined for dumping set of drawers

Two men fined for dumping set of drawers

Melvy Prestige N’Somi (24) of Bicester Road, Aylesbury and Derek Selasenam Kojo Feyi (21) of Hillington Close, Aylesbury were convicted at High Wycombe Magistrates Court on 15 March 2017 for a fly tipping offence, after both pleading guilty.
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Waste and smouldering rubbish on John O'Callaghan's site, Aston Clinton Road, Aylesbury

Nursery proprietor John O'Callaghan fined 31k for burning waste on a bonfire

With what is believed to be the highest financial penalty imposed for a Buckinghamshire County Council planning enforcement breach, Wycombe magistrates on Wednesday (March 15) handed Mr O'Callaghan a £38,185 bill, including £6,885 costs and a £300 victim surcharge, which he must pay at £2,000 a month.

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Crime gang jailed over high-end thefts including in Bicester Village and Milton Keynes

Members of a crime gang set up camp and cycled to jewellers across England in a series of burglaries where they stole more than £3.1m of property.

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Stones thrown through windows of cars - police appealing for witnesses

Police are appealing for information after stones were thrown through windows of cars in Weston Turville.

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TVP are appealing for witnesses to a robbery last Thursday

Moped rider has laptop stolen by white van drivers in early hours of morning on Stocklake Road

Thames Valley Police is appealing for witnesses or information following a robbery in Aylesbury last Thursday (9/3).

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Investigation opened after a fatal collision

OPINION: Penalty for A413 crash misconduct police officers was hardly a penalty at all

For the past three years I have been covering a story which could affect anyone.

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Police hunting men with links to Thames Valley over attempted murder

Detectives investigating the shooting of a 17-year-old boy in Kettering are appealing to the public to help identify men who may have links to the Thames Valley area.

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Burglars target home in Meadowcroft

Burglars smashed patio doors and made off with gold and an iPad at a home in Meadowcroft this week.

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Vale of Aylesbury Housing have secured the prosecution

Prison sentence for Kimberly Griffiths after breaching terms of her injunction

A woman from Aylesbury has been sent to prison for breaching her Anti-social Behaviour Injunction.

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84-year-old priest from Aylesbury facing four historic sex allegations

An 84-year-old priest who lives in Aylesbury is facing four historic allegations under the Sexual Offences Act.

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Husband and wife convicted after £56,000 in bank notes found stuffed in bin bags

Husband and wife convicted after £56,000 in bank notes found stuffed in bin bags

A husband and wife who were involved in a money laundering scam were convicted and sentenced following a five day trial.

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