Senior Vale Tories are putting pressure on MP David Lidington to set aside his ministerial role and vote ‘no’ to HS2.
Aylesbury’s historic Market Square is being ruined by arrogant drivers who are illegally parking their cars on the cobbles.
A ‘ready to work passport’ which is completed at school has been suggested to help young people find employment.
Women giving birth are benefiting from a revamped maternity ward at Stoke Mandeville Hospital thanks to a government grant.
Drivers could face yet more parking charges under plans being considered by Bucks County Council.
The date for this year’s Hobble on the Cobbles has been set, and the headline act is due to be announced soon.
This week we ask whether Aylesbury MP David Lidington should resign as Europe Minister to enable him to vote against HS2 in the Commons.
A popular weather saying at this time of year is ‘April showers’, but where does this originate and what’s special about April?
Plans to build a crematorium in Watermead have been unveiled just weeks after a rival plan was put forward down the road in Bierton.
A singer who was told he may never speak again will release a charity single on the anniversary of the day he had cancer surgery.
A man has been billed more than £2,000 after a kitchen unit was dumped in the countryside, blocking access to a farmer’s field.
A Chinese takeaway in Aylesbury has been awarded a poor hygiene rating and told it must make improvements.
A child was taken to hospital after being trapped following a crash involving a car and a bus.
Two armed men robbed a ‘large amount of money’ from Aylesbury Service Station on Monday morning.
Motorists were left frustrated and angry this morning after a hold up on Tring Road which added an hour to many people’s journey times.
Hundreds of shoppers using Friars Square carpark were charged too much money following a serious computer glitch.
Chiefs have defended their decision to keep gates to a park open overnight despite fears it will become a hotspot for anti-social behaviour.
Cases coming before Aylesbury Magistrates’ Court include:
On Christmas Day 2004 the Walker family were sat around the table at home, tucking into their turkey with all the trimmings.
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Well-known Aylesbury chimney sweep Harry Pipe smiles for the camera in 1958, his face covered in soot.
Britain’s oldest barmaid vowed to still be serving pints this time next year as Prime Minister David Cameron and racing legend Sir Jackie Stewart helped her celebrate her 100th birthday.
Emergency crews were called to Aylesbury town centre after a tumble dryer caught fire in the flat above the Alta Moda salon in Kingsbury.
The new director of Bucks County Museum wants to bring hundreds of exhibits which are currently hidden away in Halton back into the public eye.
Much has been made of recent announcements by AVDC that Aylesbury is to become the ‘cultural centre’ for Bucks.
The Bucks Herald quite regularly takes a kicking over stories it runs both in print and online, usually coming from councils, police and company press officers more concerned over reputations than the facts.
Members of the Bucks St John Ambulance Brigade were in Aylesbury town centre on May 31, 1957.
Pupils, teachers and parents pulled on their wellies to help prepare a vegetable patch for their school.
Buskers of all varieties are needed to help make Aylesbury a fun day out according to council chiefs.
A 100th birthday party is being held today for Dolly Saville, the oldest barmaid in Britain.
A village scene from about 100 years this week as we visit High Street in Bierton.
Letters to the editor in this week’s Bucks Herald newspaper includes:
I must admit that one aspect of leading a team that is not my strength is taking the right moments to celebrate any achievements and to lock in the feeling of a job well done.
Environmental experts have used electric currents to drive fish upstream from Aylesbury town centre’s canal basin.
Flytipping doesn’t only affect farmers. People with no thought for others tip rubbish all over the place, on community open spaces, roadsides and in ditches.
Tiggy’s is world renowned for its work with hedgehogs.
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It seems Easter is nearly upon us and the supermarket shelves are stacked with chocolate bunnies and eggs galore.
Nearly 1,000 children in Bucks have missed out on their first choice of primary school.
The Independent Police Complaints Commission is to look into an incident in which a woman was found collapsed outside Aylesbury Police Station just hours after being released on bail.
Formula 1 legend Sir Jackie Stewart will be reunited with his 1969 British Grand Prix winning car to celebrate Silverstone’s 50th birthday.
A thief brandished a baseball bat and threatened customers and staff before making off with cash in a bookies raid.
Four Vale off-licences have been caught serving alcohol to under-18s as part of an operation by police.
A 42-year-old woman was sexually assaulted in the early hours of Monday morning.
An enthusiastic flash mob surprised shoppers in the town centre this lunchtime with an impromptu dance routine to raise awareness of the upcoming Race for Life event.
The number of people claiming job seekers’ allowance in Aylesbury Vale has dropped by more than a quarter over the past year.
A hospice which provides 24 hour for people with life-limiting illnesses is encouraging people to step up and join in with their latest fundraising initiative.
Brides-to-be who are searching for their perfect gown at a bargain price will be pleased to hear about a new discount wedding dress shop in Aylesbury’s town centre.
A teenager has been taken on as a full-time apprentice at a care home charity after shining on a traineeship scheme.
A classic car rally that was hailed ‘better than Goodwood’ by the public has divvied out some of last year’s funds to charity.