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Bucks Grammar schools "not reflecting the community they are supposed to serve", say campaigners

Education
A county chief has snubbed rumours that there is a 40 million funding black hole in the councils budget.

"There is no £40 million black hole", says council leader

Politics
To complete the story of Aylesbury's Market Square statues, this week we focus on the one of Benjamin Disraeli, Earl of Beaconsfield.

Back In Time: The Story behind Benjamin Disraeli in the Market Square

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Courts

IN COURT: Who’s been sentenced from Aylesbury Vale and beyond

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Trespassers delay re-opening of Chinnor and Princes Risborough Railway

Crime

Weston Turville man jailed for more than nine years after killing two pensioners in crash

Crime

Audacious vehicle theft from Moorlands Road over the weekend

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Hoggeston flower grower showcasing at Chelsea Flower Show

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REVEALED: The appliances most likely to start fires in Bucks

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Frank Lampard with a Stocklake Park student and Patience

Aylesbury superdog meets celebrities at awards ceremony

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HS2 leaflets meant for Calvert residents sent to Aberdeen in embarrassing blunder

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Ryanair

Ryanair has just made it harder for passengers to check in - unless you pay for your seat

Transport
Cllr Mark Shaw pictured next to a pothole

‘There’s no magic wand that simply fixes everything’: Councillor apologises for the state of Bucks roads

Transport
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Five people injured after car collided with a telegraph pole in Cheddington

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The HS2 fly-through animation of the Phase One route between Birmingham Curzon Street and London Euston

VIDEO: See HS2's route in new animation

Transport

IN COURT: Who’s been sentenced from Aylesbury Vale and beyond

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Volunteers undertaking work on a stretch of the Chinnor & Princes Risborough Railway

Trespassers delay re-opening of Chinnor and Princes Risborough Railway

Crime
William Thompson

Weston Turville man jailed for more than nine years after killing two pensioners in crash

Crime
Officers were called following a burglary at an address in Moorlands Road, Wing, between 8.30am and 7pm on Friday (18/05).

Audacious vehicle theft from Moorlands Road over the weekend

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Bucks Grammar schools "not reflecting the community they are supposed to serve", say campaigners

Education
Education news

Youngsters in Bucks transferred to new education plans

Education
The University of Buckinghams vice chancellor was branded misguided by a leading drugs policy foundation after he outlined his views on campus drug use this week.

Bid to make University of Buckingham drug-free called ‘misguided’ by think tank - and Sir Anthony now thinks so too

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Cinzia Imbriano, a teacher from Green Ridge Primary Academy. Miss Imbriano is in the final five at the Pearson Teaching Awards, a national competition, in the Best New Teacher of the Year category.

Aylesbury primary school teacher reaches the final five in national awards

Education
Haddenham Junior School Arts Festival 2018 - author Steve Cole announces winners of 500 word story competition

PICTURE SPECIAL: An evening celebrating the arts in Haddenham

Education

HS2 leaflets meant for Calvert residents sent to Aberdeen in embarrassing blunder

News
Ryanair

Ryanair has just made it harder for passengers to check in - unless you pay for your seat

Transport
Cllr Mark Shaw pictured next to a pothole

‘There’s no magic wand that simply fixes everything’: Councillor apologises for the state of Bucks roads

Transport
A team from Buckinghamshire College Group's Aylesbury campus took part in the sales apprentice challenge

Students from Buckinghamshire schools take part in sales apprentice challenge

Business
RBS is closing branches

RBS to close 162 branches and axe 792 jobs

Business

"There is no £40 million black hole", says council leader

Politics
Martin Tett, leader of Bucks County Council

Have your say on the future of Bucks

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Warren Whyte, Buckinghamshire County Council Cabinet member for Childrens Services

Amazing turnaround for Children's Home

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Last year Wycombe District Council was forced to spend 41,000 on removing 210 tonnes of rubbish from a building site in Wycombe, off Marlow Road, after a group of travellers set up camp in the area.

Unathorised traveller camp numbers tripled last year, figures reveal

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John Bercow

John Bercow denies ‘bullying’ former private secretary

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CUTE PICTURES ALERT: Eight young hedgehogs get pampering baths before release into the wild

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Last year Wycombe District Council was forced to spend 41,000 on removing 210 tonnes of rubbish from a building site in Wycombe, off Marlow Road, after a group of travellers set up camp in the area.

Unathorised traveller camp numbers tripled last year, figures reveal

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Oakman started out with The Akeman in Tring, Herts, and now has over 20 venues in 9 counties

First straws now single-use plastic, popular pub group makes serious pledge

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High Street, Thame.

Residents urged to help shape new Neighbourhood Plan for Thame

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Thame Tidy Day. Picture: Thame Town Council

Join the big tidy up day in Thame and Moreton and help clean up your neighbourhood

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Coffee Companions Supports Dementia Action Week!

Health

The 35 medicines that will NOT be available on NHS prescription by end of this month

Health
The University of Buckinghams vice chancellor was branded misguided by a leading drugs policy foundation after he outlined his views on campus drug use this week.

Bid to make University of Buckingham drug-free called ‘misguided’ by think tank - and Sir Anthony now thinks so too

News
Women in Bucks miss breast cancer screenings due to national IT error

Women in Bucks miss breast cancer screenings due to national IT error

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REVEALED IN PICTURES: Animal group slams Aylesbury Vale farm supplying Nando’s, Lidl and Asda after chickens seen living next to corpses in cramped and squalid conditions

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