Planning bosses have given proposals for a crematorium in Bierton the green light – provided changes are made to ease traffic concerns.
New compensation proposals for homeowners living near HS2 are being consulted on by the government.
A luxury resort that has played host to the likes of Tony and Cherie Blair will come under fire in a TV documentary tomorrow.
The final amount raised from Relay For Life is expected to break the target of £80,000 as money is still coming in and the books will not be closed until the end of the month.
Funding for two link roads in Aylesbury has been announced as part of a £44.2 million investment in Bucks by the government.
A traumatised orphaned foal needs a surrogate mother after struggling to feed from a bottle.
Bosses overseeing the HS2 project would have to be paid more than the Prime Minister, according to its chairman.
A police helicopter was scrambled to help search for a missing man last night.
The Tring Carnival is now just three days away – and thousands of people are expected to go to it.
On a typical blustery British day, when the wind is buffeting the trees and turning your umbrella inside out, if you were to guestimate the strength of the wind it’s very common to overestimate.
Detectives have released CCTV images of a suspected sex pest following an incident in which a 16-year-old girl was touched up on a train.
A hard-hitting play has officially launched a campaign to raise awareness of child sexual exploitation in Buckinghamshire.
Plans for a crematorium in Bierton have been slammed by House of Commons’ speaker John Bercow.
A ‘medieval’ style city with a population of up to 100,000 should be built in the Vale, according to a firm of renowned architects.
Staff are needed to work at leisure events across the Vale.
There will be no more Chilfest, according to the man who organised the three-day music festival this year.
Thousands of people poured into a field on the outskirts of Tring for the town’s second annual Chilfest music festival – and Sir Bob Geldof was very impressed.
Various roadworks are taking place across the Vale this week.
An £80,000 lottery grant will mean college students could get to try their hand at several new sports activities.
Economic benefit of East West Rail could boost annual GDP by £73 million, ‘double previous estimates’, according to independent experts.
My late father-in-law was brought up on a dairy farm and hand milked cows when he was just a schoolboy.
Proposals for 350 homes and community facilities inbetween Willis Road and Aston Road in Haddenham go on public display next week.
A van driver used a road sign to smash up a silver BMW during a fit of road rage.
Police want to speak to anyone who has been offered bikes for sale in a suspicious manner after thieves stole two bicycles worth thousands of pounds from a home.
Residents of London’s notorious Aylesbury Estate which has been dogged by crime, flooding and rats are desperate to change its name.
At one time one of the only links between Tring Road and Broughton Avenue in Aylesbury was this path.
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A vicar who does not preach in a physical church says the unconventional arrangement is working just fine on Aylesbury’s newest housing estate.
Today (Sunday) is the last chance to see the Friars exhibition at Bucks County Museum, where there will be special tours by the club’s supremo David Stopps.
At long last. After years of waiting and anticipation a significant plan to bring ten pin bowling back to Aylesbury has been announced.
This is Friarage Road in 1965.
There’s no need to stray far from Aylesbury this weekend, with a terrific line up of big summer events to entertain the entire family.
Spandau Ballet lead singer Tony Hadley is lending his support to Aylesbury Relay for Life taking place at Aylesbury Rugby Club this weekend.
One of the highlights of this year’s Weston Turville fete was the exhibition about the village during the First World War.
A pint of beer is venturing where no other pint has gone before - into space.
So far 2014 is turning out to be a year of plenty on the wildlife front.
Here are 10 things to do this summer, so your child is ready to hit the ground running when they move up to senior school.
Bins that have a special recycling compartment appeared in Aylesbury town centre this week.
Three teenagers were bailed after police raided a property and found controlled substances and drug paraphernalia.
A boardgame created by an Aylesbury inventor has been presented to Prime Minister David Cameron – who said he looked forward to playing it with his children.
Firefighters are launching a safety campaign after a shed blaze damaged two homes and threatened another pair.
A paedophile who admitted sexually abusing two young girls has avoided being sentenced for his crimes because of a delay with Thames Valley social services.
A work experience programme to get teenagers with special needs into employment will be launched in a £9.5 million building.
The new East West Rail line being built between Aylesbury and Milton Keynes could result in the closure of several rights of way across the track.
Burglars from other towns are travelling into Aylesbury to commit their crimes police claimed this week.
Calls for clarity on what should be put in blue recycling bins echoed around a community forum.
Plans are in place to tidy up a raft of disheveled roundabouts as part of a ‘grot spot’ initiative.
Thames Valley Police is focusing its efforts on reducing violent crime in Aylesbury Vale.
Cases coming before Aylesbury Magistrates’ Court include: