Thieves stole cars, laptops and phones during a two-day burglary spree across Aylesbury.
A 31-year-old man from Enfield accused of attacking a chip shop manager with a vinegar bottle has been bailed by police for a second time.
A taxi has been taken off the road during an operation on private hire vehicles in Aylesbury town centre after it was found to have no valid tax.
A 42-year-old man has been arrested by police on suspicion of sexual activity with a girl aged between 13-15 as part of Operation Articulate.
A new project which aims to train apprentices up to a ‘gold standard’ ready for the workplace officially launched with the support of MP David Lidington.
A council worker will join around 2,000 other Bucks smokers this month trying to kick the habit during Stoptober.
Thames Valley Police has launched a pilot scheme to encourage more recruits from black and ethnic minority backgrounds to join the force.
The controversial HS2 rail project has reached another milestone after the government announced where its National College for High Speed Rail will be based.
An amateur photographer is in the running to secure a podium finish in a national contest that could soon see one of his pictures make motorcycle history.
Many industries, businesses and services are weather-sensitive to some extent.
Hopes for a community centre shake-up have been dashed after Aylesbury Vale District council rejected a town council plan.
A Portuguese family who always harboured a dream to open their own cafe and deli in Aylesbury have pooled their life savings to make the leap.
Transport for Bucks (TfB) has taken on five new apprentices who began their careers this week.
Police believe a man who can’t remember how he came to have a fractured jaw may have been attacked on his way home after a night out.
Self-proclaimed rock failure John Otway turned heads this morning as he blazed the trail for motorists along the new Western Link Road in Aylesbury.
The widow of former Gazette reporter Jonathan Saunders will run a 10K race in his memory with her sister and four others on Sunday.
TV star Lynda Bellingham, who went to Aylesbury High School, has shared the sad news with her fans that her cancer is now terminal.
Students thinking of taking up higher education can see what is on offer at the University of Buckingham at its first ever open day on Saturday.
A trainee live audio technician has scooped an award from a music equipment firm for the quality of his work.
The fourth memorial football tournament in honour of a soldier who was killed by a roadside bomb while serving in Afghanistan will be held on Sunday.
The Western Link Road which connects Aylesbury’s two newest housing estates will open to motorists tomorrow after more than a year in construction.
UKIP leader Nigel Farage has added his voice to objections over plans for 91 new homes in Aston Clinton.
The three month suspended prison sentence given to former Radio 1 DJ Dave Lee Travis is to be reviewed by the General Attorney’s office after complaints it was ‘unduly lenient’.
No wonder they’re smiling!
Proposals for a Domino’s Pizza takeaway in Bedgrove have been submitted to the district council.
Repair works to roads riddled with potholes begins tonight in Aylesbury town centre.
This week disabled student Henry George, 20, starts his second year at university. Here, in his own words, he tells how he is determined not to let his painful and debilitating skin condition stop him from his achieving his dreams...
Giuditta Onda, a catering supervisor at RAF Halton, is a real feast for the eyes as she is crowned Miss Aylesbury in 1980.
Education, education, education. Those were the famous words used during the 1997 General Election that swept New Labour to power.
Farmers have been practising Precision Farming for several years now.
Choosing the right school can be a confusing process.
That Britain needs new homes is something that all mainstream political parties seem to agree on nowadays and it’s great that this applies to affordable housing as well.
A classic car enthusiast is back behind the wheel again after a trainee optician saved his life following an eye exam.
This is a view that is rarely seen in old postcards of Aylesbury.
Lovers of good food and drink are in for a treat this weekend.
Last Thursday in Scotland, after hundreds of years of tradition, we witnessed a momentous vote by a huge proportion of a fully engaged electorate.
Anger over development in Bierton leads our letters page this week.
Work to install a toucan pedestrian crossing in Bicester Road, Aylesbury, starts on Monday following a safety campaign by residents.
Restaurant Gourmet Burger Kitchen will open its doors to hungry customers in Aylesbury on October 10.
A couple who are converting a Grade II building into family-friendly restaurant jetted out to Italy to taste the artisan ice cream they will produce on site.
Football fans have the chance to watch Manchester United’s conquerers MK Dons for a discounted rate at the club’s Aylesbury Big Day.
Two men have been found guilty of attempted murder after a man was gunned down in the street.
A shop manager who illegally dumped 12 bin bags of rubbish on the pavement is now paying the price after being caught flytipping.
Safety changes made at a prison after an inmate on day release murdered a pensioner are ‘unsustainable’ and ‘require urgent attention’.
A pensioner says she has been left ‘heartbroken’ over a stretch of the River Thame which has been choked up by weeds measuring up to 6ft high.
A new survey gives people the chance to say where £12m in cuts should be made at Bucks County Council.
A man who criminally damaged a taxi window and was found with a wrap of cocaine is featured in this week’s round-up from Aylesbury Magistrates’ Court.
Primary school pupils performed music in memory of an Aylesbury soldier who died during the First World War.
New figures published by the Department for Work and Pensions have shown that MAXIMUS has helped 264 people in Aylesbury into long-term employment.