Four hundred police officers could be cut from Thames Valley Police, according to crime chief Anthony Stansfeld.
A builder has been fined £3,250 for breaching building regulations after his extension was found to be unstable.
An awareness-raising concert is to be held in aid of a little girl whose chances of finding a lifesaving bone marrow donor are rapidly running out.
Two people have been taken to hospital following a crash this afternoon.
A 24-year-old man was mugged and had his mobile phone stolen during a daylight robbery outside a row of shops.
Forty men and women who have never boxed in their lives have signed up to a 10 week training course that will ultimately see them inside a boxing ring.
Discount store Poundland will open the door to its second Aylesbury store on Saturday.
Two burglars who broke into a home by smashing a window fled after an alarm was activated.
A restaurant overlooking Aylesbury’s historic arm of the Grand Union Canal should be built on the ground floor of a former town centre office block.
A photographer has won the Weird and Wonderful category of the ZSL Animal Photography Prize 2014, battling off tough competition from thousands of entries from across the globe.
A boss who stole £20,000 from an Aylesbury young offenders charity is setting up a new organisation which aims to tackle gambling addiction.
It’s official, the holiday season is well and truly over. Memories of idylic beaches, sun, sea and Sangria are beginning to fade. The kids are back at school and the daily trudge into work has once again begun. And like me you are only just realising how much you spent on your annual vacation – but what the hell, it was worth it, wasn’t it?
We have always had a stock bull to serve our suckler herd. He runs with the cows and calves all through the summer when they are outdoors, and is then kept in his own quarters during the winter when they all come indoors.
I don’t now go out on swan rescues on the canal.
Treasures from the Vale’s Iron Age past have been uncovered in a three-month long Time Team-style excavation.
This is a view of Buckingham Street taken by a bus photographer in 1984.
More than 400 classic and vintage vehicles will take part in the annual Kop Hill Climb this weekend.
Is it official yet?
The cost of private education means many parents are now considering how and when it’s best to invest.
I have written to Bucks County Council complaining about the yellow box system at the junction with King Edward Avenue.
Keen kebab eaters are being misled by wrongly labelled food, a Trading Standards probe has found.
Up to 1,000 homes are being affected by an 18 inch burst water main in Aylesbury this afternoon.
A mother is upping sticks from her long-time home in Essex and moving to the Vale to devote more time to the business she runs with her daughter.
Astrologer and pantomime favourite Russell Grant is back in town for this year’s Christmas show as he labels Aylesbury’s theatre as ‘glorious’.
Business chiefs will descend on the council’s Gateway building for an event which showcases a string of local firms.
The decision to continue working with the firm who carried out ‘shortsighted’ repairs on the Vale’s pothole-ridden roads was not taken lightly according to council chiefs.
Police searching the house of a murderer’s friend have turned up nothing in the hunt for the weapon used to kill a pensioner.
Inmates at the Young Offenders Institute in Aylesbury have the chance to learn new skills thanks to donations from a leading car manufacturer.
The hard work of dedicated volunteers who tended Aylesbury’s green areas, hanging baskets and roundabouts this year has resulted in two horticultural awards.
The senior imam at Aylesbury Mosque is among the British Muslim leaders to have signed a letter appealing for the release of British aid worker Alan Henning.
Visitors to the Buckinghamshire Railway Centre this weekend will have the chance to get up close with live steam exhibits.
Police hunting for the weapon used to kill a pensioner are still at the scene of the search in Westcott.
A multi-million pound bail-out for Buckinghamshire’s beleaguered children’s services department has been approved.
Rail bosses have vowed to clean up their act after a politician accused them of leaving Aylesbury train station to ‘rot before our eyes’.
A gravedigger who originally shied away from the profession now says it is the ‘best job in the world’ and has won an award for his caring work.
Less than two per cent of families blighted by the planned HS2 line will receive compensation, according to an action alliance group.
It’s been a busy week for news with global stories like the continuing war in Ukraine, brutal callous beheadings of aid workers, and the verdict on Oscar Pistorius, all taking second billing.
The Northern Lights are one of nature’s most spectacular free shows.
Police have been out in force as they crack down on rural crime in the Vale.
A prisoner who absconded from Spring Hill open prison has been arrested by police this morning (Wednesday)
Thames Valley Police has referred its handling of an unexplained death in Aylesbury to the Independent Police Complaints Commission (IPCC).
A youngster with a very apt surname is hoping for a Meteor-ic rise into the pop charts after announcing she will release a song on iTunes next month.
The elderly victim of a mugging in broad daylight has been reunited with her purse and handbag thanks to a Good Samaritan.
The new ‘tutor proof’ 11-plus exam does nothing to bridge the gap between rich and poor children when it comes to who gets into grammar schools, according to a new report.
A benefits fraudster falsely claimed nearly £27,000 after failing to say that her partner was living with her – for three years.
Visitors to the Shopmobility office in Aylesbury are in for a treat over the next month as they have a new photography display to look at.
Duncan MacLachlan, who had been missing since September 3 has been found safe and well by police.
Police say they are investigating whether there is a link between an escaped prisoner and a terrifying incident in which a woman found a man in the back of her car.
Police are searching for a murder weapon at the home of Robert Taft, who last year was jailed for helping convicted killer Christopher Symons.
Householders who have not registered to vote under the new system will be visited by council officials from this week.