Matt Seiber, 59, travels around the country documenting the number of road signs riddled with bullet holes which are caused by what he describes as ‘dangerous individuals’.
A mum who quit her high-flying job to set up a cookery school has travelled to Azerbaijan to train food teachers over there.
Defendants who waste taxpayers money by failing to turn up to court have been targeted in a police operation.
By-elections for the vacant seats in the Gatehouse and Southcourt wards in Aylesbury will be held on December 11, it has been confirmed today.
A talk on World War One posters and propaganda is being held at the Bucks County Museum on Saturday November 8.
There’s plenty of free half term fun on offer to keep the kids entertained while they are out of school this week - and at this spooky time of year, some of it is linkedto Halloween.
A school headmaster was one of more than 200 teachers invited to a London reception to celebrate the success of free schools across the country.
A man has been slapped with an ASBO prohibiting him from deliberately lying on the ground and pretending to have an injury as a way of attracting attention.
The National Audit Office has criticised the Department for Transport for using over-inflated figures and out-dated reasoning to justify HS2.
A married couple have triumphed over strong competition to win the bid to take over a High Street cafe after its unexpected closure earlier this month.
At any given time, over 50% of the Earth’s surface is overlain with cloud.
A man has been charged with theft after a series of motor vehicle offences.
The debut single of a fledgling band will be released next summer.
Burglars who raided supermarkets in pursuit of cigarettes have been sentenced to a combined total of 42 months in prison.
More than 60 schoolchildren have taken part in a football roadshow with MK Dons players at Aylesbury Grammar School.
A family are counting the cost after their pet cat had to be dug out of their dining room wall after falling down the chimney.
A former gravedigger accused of illegally burying hazardous asbestos waste at Aylesbury’s Tring Road Cemetery has pleaded not guilty.
Five sisters are currently displaying a wide variety of their art in a free show open to all visitors.
A little girl’s bright idea for a board game could become a reality.
An inventor who is rivalling Willy Wonka has created a machine which can levitate cocktails– with work now beginning on a floating roast dinner.
As the clocks go back and the winter nights draw in, a homeless charity is putting plans in place to help those who will spend the coldest months on the streets.
An exhibition giving people the chance to share their views on proposals to build up to 500 new homes is being held next month.
A prisoner serving life for murdering a man falsely accused of being a paedophile has handed himself in after absconding from jail with a fellow inmate.
Two prison officers were injured after trying to break up an altercation which occurred at Aylesbury Young Offenders Institution.
A tutor has thanked the Bucks Herald after Aylesbury’s first ever interactive lip reading workshop was a big success.
Up to 200 politicians could lose their jobs if Bucks’ four district councils are scrapped in favour of one single county-wide authority.
Work on making streetlights more energy efficient continues across the Vale this week.
A new opinion poll shows support amongst voters for HS2 is at just 24%, with 55% against the controversial £50bn train line which would cut through Bucks.
A man who dumped car parts at the side of the road to make room for his friends has been ordered to pay more than £1,600.
Concerned members of the public have offered to leave food parcels and clothing out to help a woman living rough in the woods.
Farmer’s son Mark Wheeler is looking forward to his new role serving the farmers of the Vale.
I am pleased to report that I have finally met the new NFU Aylesbury branch secretary Mark Wheeler.
The local economic news in Bucks looks pretty good by most all global comparisons.
When talking about co-education, it’s tricky not to just state the blindingly obvious – as part of growing up, youngsters must learn to thrive among colleagues and friends of both sexes.
These children playing in Jansel Square, Bedgrove had a lucky escape in June 1976.
A mum-of-one who suffers from ulcerative colitis is organising a charity fundraiser spread the word about the condition.
This week we feature a number of opinions on whether Bucks should go unitary...
This beautiful view of Aylesbury’s Market Square was taken on Sunday 26th April 1908.
We are all going to get a little bit sad.
Most people think that suffering a serious illness will never happen to them or that being struck down in the prime of life is a problem they are never going to have to face – and for most people that is true.
The stone lids of three crumbling tombs have been lifted for the first time in 300 years thanks to a £14,900 National Lottery grant.
A journey lasting almost 40 years has finally come to fruition with the opening of the Green Dragon Rare Breeds Farm and Eco Centre.
A former Aylesbury Grammar School student has been shortlisted alongside just six other young people for a business award in which he could win £3,000.
An R&B singer who grew up in Aylesbury rubbed shoulders with other stars on the red carpet at the MOBO awards on Wednesday night.
A ‘lovely sweet natured dog’ was cruelly starved by his owner a court heard this week.
A stage show based on one of the most popular and best loved festive films of all time comes to the Waterside on Monday, November 3.
The driver of a lorry had to run for his life after it burst into flames.
Pharmacies are joining doctors surgeries in offering free flu jabs to those at risk for the first time this winter.
A town is mourning the loss of a much-loved community stalwart and former RAF Squadron Leader who was named in the Queen’s honours list earlier this year.
Two sisters with backgrounds in major event planning and television have started their own events management business.