A gynaecologist faces professional ruin after he admitted possessing child abuse images.
Businesses have thrown their weight behind a campaign for a Waddesdon relief road.
The Queen’s speech today confirmed that the newly elected Tory government will push ahead with HS2.
Parents have been urged to talk to their children about drugs following the tragic death of Vale teenager Toby Fairclough.
Our story this week on the mum calling for parking permits to control parent and baby parking bays has already provoked lots of debate online.
Former Luton Town player Andy King has died of a heart attack today, aged 58.
A Buckingham man charged with the sexual assault of an underage girl appeared at the Old Bailey again this week.
This weekend marks the meteorological end of spring and there are plenty of signs we’re moving into summer, even if the weather might not be living up to expectations at the moment.
Councillors have opted to visit the site of a proposed marina before making a decision on the plans.
Planning chiefs have thrown out an appeal to relax noise control measures around the Arla mega dairy site after developers claimed they are hampering economic growth.
Pupils from Bedgrove Infant’s nursery classes showed their sporty side by taking part in the school’s sports day.
Plans for homes near to the Holiday Inn in Weston Turville have been given the go-ahead, subject to technical details being ironed out.
Jurors in the trial of 11 men charged with sex offences against two children have been told one of the girls confided in a teacher that she was having sex with an older man.
A furious mum has started a petition calling for parent and child parking bays to be controlled by permits.
An Aylesbury man has been charged by police after an illegal rave in Lincolnshire at the weekend.
Two men have been arrested in connection with an assault at a kebab shop in Aylesbury.
An alert shopper in a supermarket caught a man taking photographs of a seven-year-old girl on his mobile phone.
A teenager was rushed to hospital after being assaulted by a gang of men in a kebab shop during what police described as a ‘targeted’ attack.
Police have warned about the dangers of illegal drugs following the death of a 17-year-old boy who believed he was taking MDMA.
Walton Pond in the early 1900s.
Crowds watched as youngsters took part in the Queen’s Park School cross-country in March 1952.
A horse bred in Aylesbury has won an award at a renowned international horse show.
More than 200 people, including Aylesbury MP David Lidington, flocked to Lacey Green’s famous windmill and helped the Chiltern Society celebrate its 50th anniversary.
Kandeez Dance is celebrating after all its candidates waltzed off with Honours in their recent examinations.
College students have joined forces with railway enthusiasts to restore one of the largest surviving signal boxes.
An Aylesbury man is pedalling from Land’s End to John O’Groats to raise funds for a charity that helps orphanages in India.
A sergeant from RAF Halton has travelled to Everest’s base camp for a mountain challenge to help train rescue dogs and their handlers.
An ancient oak in the county features in a new book about ancient trees.
Three members of the 1st Aylesbury (Lady Smyth’s Own) Guide Unit have been presented with the Baden Powell Challenge Award, the highest achievement in the organisation. Pictured from left are Hannah Skinner, Emily Francis and Hannah Walker, all 15, at their presentation on Sunday, May 10. The awards have been made following 18 months of work and the challenge is individual to each guide.
Pick out some purple and help raise money for Cancer Research UK.
It doesn’t matter how quick the game is. Players want to win.
A team of students beat staff and employer partners of Bucks University Technical College (UTC) in a charity relay cycle ride.
A farmer from the Vale has been shortlisted for an education award.
North Marston has honoured the lives of six airmen who died when their Wellington bomber crashed near the village during a navigation exercise in the Second World War.
Two schools in Aylesbury joined together to raise more than £750 to help those affected by the recent earthquakes in Nepal.
There’s a great chance to round off half term with a family trip to the annual rally and Country Show of Buckinghamshire Young Farmers.
The national president of Rotary visited young people to present them with a trophy for the Best Interact Charity Project of the year.
Thousands of people are expected to visit a model railway exhibition in Aylesbury this weekend.
Now that Bucks County Council has joined forces with Oxfordshire and Northants, chiefs are seeking to take on more power from central government.
A marketing student who says she struggled with a lack of confidence during her teenage years said she was amazed after winning this year’s Miss Buckinghamshire title.
A woman who has raised more than £34,000 for Macmillan since her sister died from breast cancer is celebrating after being crowned a top fundraiser.
Thieves have stolen mountain and quad bikes as well as a host of electrical items after ransacking a garage.
Remember that advert where a guy goes up to a bar and asks for another pint, and the barman then impersonates all the people who would be affected by him getting a drink-driving conviction?
A reader’s picture showing an enormous queue for parking tickets at Aylesbury Shopping Park features in this week’s letters round-up.
A horrified cat owner discovered that beloved pet had been impaled by a bamboo cane when it tried to force its way through the cat flap with the stick still inside.
Rock legend Neil Murray, bass guitarist with Whitesnake and Black Sabbath, will be the special guest at a school’s music festival.
Thieves have stolen a host of items including a watch with a personal engraving after ransacking a house.
An extra £3 million from county council reserves is being ploughed into resurfacing work on minor roads.
Cars, animals and trees were lifted into the area and dropped miles away during a tornado which left a trail of destruction through the region 65 years ago today, Thursday.
One trade union has called off its proposed strike action which was set to take place this weekend, while talks are ongoing with another union.