A pervert was thrown off a bus on its way into Aylesbury after sexually assaulting a woman.
Planning officers are backing Asda’s proposal to increase the sales area of its Aylesbury store by 25% despite opposition from rival chain Morrisons and Stoke Mandeville Parish Council.
A school for children with special educational needs held its first ever prom for students as part of its end of term celebrations.
Thames Valley Police is doing an ‘outstanding’ job planning for huge cuts in its budget, according to a policing watchdog.
Firms across Bucks have pulled together to pay for a report which could help save taxpayers £25million and mean more money is spent on business-friendly initiatives.
An artist was so struck with the beauty of a nature reserve that she decided to paint a scene of the conservation site each week for a whole month.
A chef who decided just two weeks ago she would publicly shave her head in aid of a cancer charity said being bald will make her kitchen work a lot cooler.
It seems some things never change.
The Vale’s wartime heritage will be preserved thanks to a lottery grant as part of a photo project to mark the 100th anniversary of the First World War.
Farmers and London don’t seem like an obvious mix, but a considerable countryside contingent travelled to the city for a charity run to raise money for farming families in distress.
Morrisons has removed all trolley locks at its Station Way store in Aylesbury in response to customer feedback.
A pub-goer suffered a fractured jaw after he was punched to the ground by a drunken lout at The White Hart pub in Aylesbury.
Tributes have been paid to former Aylesbury Vale District Council chairman and alderman Mike Griffin, who was instrumnetal in moving the John Hampden statue to its current location in Market Square.
More than 300 protesters packed into Market Square this afternoon for a rally against Israeli military offensives in Palestine.
The long-lost sister of an Archdeacon who grew up in Aylesbury has spoken of her brother as a ‘wonderful man’ following his death.
A new eco-friendly burial ground has been officially opened by Vale MP John Bercow.
Pictured in 1947 is the Cambridge Street junction with New Street in Aylesbury.
Rennie Grove Hospice will be holding its annual one-day conference on October 22 at the Green Park Training and Conference Centre in Aston Clinton.
I must give the hedgehog world credit for letting us know that their baby season is imminent.
A musical education charity that works with profoundly disabled children is the first in the country to host a post graduate degree course.
It is easy it forget that so much of our economy operates within community bodies that are not businesses, and that the outgoing Michael Gove seemed to have formed the view that our youngsters only learn when at school, the truth is that so much growth and development of our young people takes place elsewhere.
So that’s that then. The Germans are back with vengeance promising to dominate world football for decades to come.
When Buckinghamshire farmworker Albert Rutland said goodbye to his family, he had the words of Lord Kitchener’s wartime recruitment drive ringing in his ears.
As reported in the national press recently, the NHS and some local councils are spending taxpayers’ money on leaflets warning about the hot weather and how to keep safe in the sun.
The summer holidays are nearly here and luckily for us, the Vale has lots to keep children entertained.
A view of Tring Road in about 1900.
One hundred lucky ladies could win a free pair of shoes in a massive free giveaway at Friars Square today (Saturday) from 10am-4pm.
Police have issued a warning after reports that somebody pretending to be a police officer has called up people and asked for their bank details.
Proposals submitted to Aylesbury Vale District Council and the decisions made by the authority include:
A new museum which includes First World War artifacts, a Mayfly replica aircraft and a Chipmunk flight simulator has been officially opened.
Aylesbury MP David Lidington is urging frustrated motorists to give him ‘concrete evidence’ on the need for changes in Tring Road following a ‘second wave’ of complaints over traffic problems.
Cases coming before Aylesbury Magistrates’ Court include:
Bucks six new honorary aldermen, who between them have more than 100 years of service to the county, have been officially welcomed to their new roles.
A pint of beer has been launched into space - however there are no photos of the historic occasion as a ‘magnetic anomaly’ caused the onboard camera to malfunction.
A primary school is saying goodbye to two pupils who have never had a day off sick in seven years.
As bleary-eyed motorists made their way into work early this morning, little did they know that there was an escaped cow heading in their direction.
Petitioners will now have the right to speak out against the HS2 Hybrid Bill, after the government’s solicitors argued that they should not be heard.
A couple have won a six-figure pay out from the government after a foreign madman who tried to kill them was wrongly allowed into the country.
More than 600 women, and for the first time 25 men, looked pretty in pink as they took part in the Florence Nightingale Hospice Charity (FNHC), fifth Gemstone Midnight Walk.
A recycling company which has been waiting years for its premises to get planning approval is now looking to expand after its future was finally secured.
A mum is at her wits end after having three cars written off in nine years at a dangerous roundabout.
A new book detailing the history of the Towersey Festival is being published.
The first summer festival to be held by The Clare Foundation, planned for Sunday, has been postponed due to a sudden death in the family of the event organisers.
Culture vultures are well catered for in the Waterside’s autumn programme. Ballet, opera and Shakespeare are amongst the shows on offer.
As the school summer holidays draw near children will be keen to get outdoors and enjoy all the wonderful things the Vale has to offer
Two brothers have been jailed for a combined total of nine years for 24 burglaries, including offences in Aylesbury and Thame.
A taxi driver was arrested following a series of taxi licensing checks in Aylesbury town centre yesterday.
A Mod-inspired band which includes two former Aylesbury school boys have been tipped as potential future chart toppers.
A terrified boy was left with friction burns and bruises on his legs after a new football exploded on his lap while he was in his mother’s car.
As we move into climatologically the warmest period of the year in the UK, let’s take a look at how the first half of 2014 has fared compared to average.