Another undercover police operation has resulted in the prosecution of an illegitimate taxi driver from Aylesbury.
The family of Dolly Saville, the world’s oldest barmaid who died last week aged 100, have paid tribute to the ‘unforgettable’ character.
A motorcyclist who came off his bike and was then runover has died in hospital after suffering serious head injuries.
A teenager is set to take on the highest free standing mountain in the world – with his mum and granny in tow.
Schoolchildren’s problem-solving skills were put to the test during an annual technology tournament.
Businesses and residents are invited to help the fight cyber crime, by taking part in an online discussion with the South East Regional Organised Crime Unit (SEROCU).
A man in his seventies has died after a crash on the M40 yesterday afternoon between Thame (junction eight) and Bicester (junction nine).
A consultation has begun on plans to cut opening hours at libraries across Bucks.
An iPad air, cash and Canon SLR camera have been stolen from a home in Thame.
Bucks County Museum has received more than £132,000 in funding from the Arts Council.
The promenade at the Waterside Theatre in Aylesbury is to be named after TV star Lynda Bellingham who passed away last year.
Here are the dramatic photographs of the taxi which caught fire in rush hour traffic on Friday (February 27).
The report into Jimmy Savile’s activities at Stoke Mandeville Hospital detailed the abuse his victims suffered at the hands of the prolific sexual predator.
Power tools have been stolen from a building site in Aylesbury.
A 28-year-old woman was raped by a man wearing a hooded top in the early hours of Saturday morning.
A woman in her 50s has died on the A41 following a crash between a car and scooter at the weekend.
Adventurers keen to learn about a fundraising trek to Morocco can attend a special open evening on March 10.
A really rather beautiful church, situated on a mound in a circular churchyard, stands alone in the middle of a farmer’s field.
April 1st 2015 is the starting point for a new era in social care in England and Wales.
The question of whether an individual is an employee, a worker or self-employed is not straightforward to answer and is considered by employment tribunals on a regular basis.
I remember that exciting day just over a year ago when we took on the wonder that was three baby otters orphaned by the floods.
Let’s be honest Aylesbury’s road system is not the best and even a short journey across town can often turn into a frustrating drawn out crawl.
The Duchess of Kent visited Stoke Mandeville Stadium in 1978 for a visit to the Aylesbury Red Cross Opportunity Playgroup.
In follow up to last week’s thoughts on scholarships, I thought it might be useful to address bursaries.
A petition calling for a notorious zebra crossing to be changed has so far gained more than 200 signatures.
In the 1890s the Tring Fire Brigade was still using the horse drawn fire engine said to have been bought by the vicar and church wardens in 1750.
Pictured here is a row of buildings in Walton Street in about 1963.
I should be thrilled, shouldn’t I, that our county is now topping the national tables for sports participation? It’s a great achievement – but frankly, there’s still an opportunity to be doing more.
The controversial rise in car parking charges continues to dominate our letters page.
I’m often asked what makes a great leader or a superb manager.
A new fieldsman and assistant auctioneer is coming to Thame Market, and his intention is to expand the area the market serves.
A bespoke cake maker has launched a “gay-friendly” range of wedding cakes after she was shocked to see reports in the media of cake makers turning away same-sex couples.
Two colleagues from a veterinary practice are travelling to Africa to vaccinate dogs against rabies and hopefully prevent the infection spreading to children.
A river and its banks which once won awards for its appearance has been left to overgrow because the Environment Agency can’t afford to maintain it.
A lifetime of loving antiques began for Sally Turner when she was just seven years old.
Organisers of Bucks and Milton Keynes’ Armed Forces Day are calling on businesses to sponsor activities on the day, which itself is entirely funded by donations.
A vandal who damaged the wing mirrors of five cars is featured in this week’s court list.
An alliance of grammar schools is fighting formore funding to relieve pressure on their teachers.
MP’s wife Sally Bercow has vowed to put her new wheelchair-bound status to a positive use by testing out the disabled access in Buckingham.
Aylesbury MP David Lidington has given his reaction to today’s report on Jimmy Savile’s abuse at Stoke Mandeville Hospital.
A former friend of Jimmy Savile says the DJ was a highly intelligent manipulator whose persona could change instantly depending on who he was with.
A man who found it difficult to leave his home due to terrible bowel pains has spoken of his relief after finding a cure to his problems after more than 30 years.
EastEnders star Pam St Clement visited Thame on Saturday to sign copies of her new autobiography.
Bucks Healthcare NHS Trust has apologised to the victims of Jimmy Savile after a report into his abuse at Stoke Mandeville Hospital was released this morning.
An acupuncturist is campaigning to increase understanding of the benefits of the alternative therapy.
An independent report into paedophile Jimmy Savile’s abuse at Stoke Mandeville Hospital has found that managers failed in their duty of care towards patients and staff.
District councillors last night voted to look into whether the Vale should break away from Buckinghamshire County Council and provide all services by itself.
A 24-year-old woman from Aylesbury could become the new face and body of a top underwear brand after winning through to the final stages of the Star in a Bra contest.
A police office facing closure has been handed a lifeline by town councillors who have offered to cover the rent for the next five years.
A man has been arrested after three arsons across Aylesbury during the night over the course of two hours.