The magic of Christmas came early to a village with the arrival of three splendid bells.
An unusual combination – what in its day was one of the most modern aircraft, the Comet, and one of the oldest forms of transportation, the horse and cart.
Following on from last week’s advice about university offers, here are some tips on interviews.
A letter from an angry resident furious at the decision to allow the Watermead crematorium is included in this week’s round-up.
Is it just me or do you also have flashbacks about some of the stuff we were taught at school which has proven almost clairvoyant in nature?
Nestled on shop shelves this Christmas, between annual best-sellers and TV quiz spin-offs, are many independent boardgames games vying for customers’ attention.
In 1964 work began on clearing a huge part of Aylesbury town centre for the construction of County Hall, the library and Friars Square shopping centre with its multi-storey car park.
Christmas Markets on the continent have been around for decades, and over the past few years they have taken off in the UK.
Parents want to see British food on school menus, and more lessons on the curriculum about food and farming.
I would not say Melanie in reception was panicking – perhaps just a little concerned that a good Samaritan came in carrying an injured young fallow deer.
A contestant from Aylesbury on TV’s Deal Or No Deal missed out on the chance to win a life-changing £90,000 – but he’s still £13,000 better off.
A ‘prolific’ street drinker has been banned from drinking alcohol in public after his drunken behaviour caused regular ‘harassment and distress’.
A litter lout will spend Christmas behind bars after dumping and burning waste including asbestos near an electricity pylon.
Aylesbury MP David Lidington says it ‘beggars belief’ that HS2 Ltd were nominated for a community engagement award.
The Aylesbury College Day Nursery has retained a ‘good’ Ofsted rating following a recent inspection.
Householders are being urged to make Christmas a happy time for the planet and charity – by disposing of their Yuletide waste as carefully as possible.
Five important heritage sites and nature reserves in Buckinghamshire have been handed over into the care of the Chiltern Society.
Bucks Trading Standards are appealing to residents who already watch out for their vulnerable neighbours to keep an eye on the levels of mail delivered.
Trading Standards officers are contacting 250 residents in Bucks who are named a so-called ‘suckers’ list compiled by criminal gangs who scam vulnerable people.
A veteran solider from Aylesbury who was tricked out of £2,000 in a ‘Spanish lottery’ scam is one of hundreds of people across Bucks who falls prey to con-artists every year.
A man arrested yesterday (Thursday) has been charged with perverting the course of justice as part of an ongoing investigation into child sexual exploitation.
An illegal immigrant trapped a 17-year-old girl in his bedroom and sexually assaulted her before police came to her rescue.
Angela Macpherson, who stepped down as cabinet member for children’s services after just 18 months, has been appointed as chairman of the county council’s health and adult social care select committee (HASC).
A man has pleaded guilty to two burglaries in the Vale.
A prolific bike thief has been jailed following an undercover operation at Aylesbury railway station.
A violent woman ‘with a terrible alcohol problem’ stabbed her next door neighbour three times after going on an all-day drinking binge.
A fraudster who died in a plane crash sent a frantic SOS text to his family moments before the aircraft plummeted.
Bucks health chiefs have urged people not to put others’ lives at risk by attending hospital when it is not neccessary.
Police are linking two burglaries after a black Audi RS4 was stolen from home and jewellery from another.
Aylesbury Vale’s two newest councillors have spoken of their delight at winning seats on the district council in the recent by-elections.
More than 100 people from Aylesbury including the former mayor are caught up in the Pakistani town of Peshawar where 132 school children have been killed by Taliban terrorists.
District planning officers warned the wind turbine would look unsightly when they refused the proposals two years ago in 2012 – but their fears were ignored by the government planning inspector who oversaw the developer’s appeal.
The Church of England has hit out at the construction of the largest wind turbine in Britain on their land.
We’re now only a week away from Christmas Day.
A man has been taken to hospital after his people-carrier left the road after a smash with a saloon car.
A compensation scheme for victims of sexual abuse by Jimmy Savile has been sanctioned by the Court of Appeal today (Tuesday).
The leader of Bucks County Council has slammed Aylesbury Vale chiefs for announcing unitary authority plans without consulting him.
Aylesbury Vale District Council wants to go it alone – and a public vote on the plans could take place as early as next year.
Doctors are reminding parents about a free 24-hour health advice and support line.
A former head of Aylesbury High School has appeared on a TV documentary spilling the beans on what life as a teacher is really like.
A unique tri-county alliance has been formed with the leaders of Bucks, Northants and Oxfordshire County Councils signing a partnership to unlock extra cash and improve transport links between major towns and cities.
A design and print company in Aylesbury has won a top industry award.
The family of a teenage charity worker who drowned in South Africa have set up a fund in her memory.
Prime cattle and sheep filled the market square of Winslow on Monday as a livestock auction returned to the town centre for the first time in over 100 years.
Local businesses took part in Aylesbury’s first Christmas pudding race today – but it was a case of dislocation, dislocation, dislocation for one estate agent who entered the contest.
One of 16 new Royal British Legion advice and information centres across the country opened its doors in Aylesbury this morning.
Primark have urged customers to return boxed sets of multi-coloured and clear fairy lights which were on sale at their stores in the UK due to a safety risk.
A taxi driver has been fined for illegally plying for hire in the first prosecution after the launch of an undercover operation stamping out dodgy taxis.
A brave RAF medic who broke her leg in Afghanistan has been honoured at a national awards ceremony.
Old jail cells used to hold convicted prisoners could soon be transformed into beauty treatment rooms if plans for a luxury spa are given the go ahead.