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Man wanted after restaurant burgled in Berkhamsted

Last Wednesday (15/02) offenders gained entry to Porters Restaurant in High Street.

Train Tracks - rails

621 sign petition against closure of Old Stoke Road crossing in Aylesbury

The petition was raised by a councillor at a recent county council meeting.

Mix96 Travel

Roadworks causing Aylesbury congestion

The A413 and A41 are having problems

Aylesbury Prison

Pay boost for three Bucks prisons

Aylesbury & Grendon Underwood staff are getting up to £5k extra

HS2 Rendering

Most people don't think HS2 will benefit them

That's according to the Tax Payer's Alliance on the day parliament votes for the last time on Phase 1 through Bucks.

Business rate changes 'nothing to be afraid of', minister insists

The Chancellor has assured MPs that he is listening to their concerns about upcoming changes to business rates - amid fears that higher costs could force small shops and pubs to close their doors.

UKIP leader Paul Nuttall defiant amid Hillsborough claims

UKIP leader Paul Nuttall defiant amid Hillsborough claims

UKIP leader Paul Nuttall has repeatedly refused to rule out stepping down if he does not win the parliamentary by-election in Stoke-on-Trent on Thursday.

MPs in bad-tempered debate over President Trump's state visit

MPs in bad-tempered debate over President Trump's state visit

President Trump's state visit to the UK will go ahead, the Government has emphatically declared despite opposition from MPs and protests all over the UK.

VW boss defiant on refusal to pay dieselgate compensation in UK

VW boss defiant on refusal to pay dieselgate compensation in UK

The boss of Volkswagen UK has said his company has "not misled anybody" and does not owe any compensation to British drivers, despite paying billions of pounds to customers in America.

HS2: 'It's Stolen My Time & Things I'd Promised Myself For 40 Years'

Stan Mason is 79 and has been fighting the High Speed route for over 6 years. We wanted to see how that's affected him

News Extra - Age UK

LISTEN: 'It's Exasperating, Being On Your Own', Says Age UK Bucks User

Dan's been to meet Pat, who uses the befriending scheme, and Basil who relies on the charity for a very different reason

News Extra - Fostering

Meet The Foster Family Who Want More People To Help Kids In Care

Dan's been to meet Jess, who's 17 and has been talking to possible foster parents, and her foster mum Liz, for News Extra

Newborn

Over 5,000 Babies Born In Stoke Mandeville Every Year

Claire went on a tour of the maternity unit to find out how they cope with delivering Buckinghamshire's babies.

Receipt - Shopping

More People Seeking Christmas Debt Help: So How To Save Money?

Dan's been talking to people who deal with the fall-out and finding out about ways to save a few quid.

Frances Bean Cobain pays tribute to dad Kurt on his birthday

Kurt Cobain's daughter has thanked him for the gift of life on what would have been his 50th birthday.

Drake slams Grammys: 'I was labelled rapper because I'm black'

Drake slams Grammys: 'I was labelled rapper because I'm black'

Drake has accused Grammy organisers of racial profiling, for labelling his music as rap due to the colour of his skin.

Billions shows TV's first gender non-binary character

Billions shows TV's first gender non-binary character

US TV show Billions made TV history in its new season premiere by introducing TV's first gender non-binary character.

Digital bank Atom tries to find its voice with £4m Will.i.am deal

Digital bank Atom tries to find its voice with £4m Will.i.am deal

One of Britain's new breed of banking start-ups has struck a deal with Will.i.am, the rapper and producer, that includes handing him an option over a multimillion pound stake in the business.

Beatles stars Paul and Ringo come together for new album

Beatles stars Paul and Ringo come together for new album

The last two living members of The Beatles have come together for the first time in seven years to record a new studio album.

England's Joe Root hopes to be 'instinctive' captain

New England Test captain Joe Root says he hopes to be an "instinctive" skipper, and wants to lead a "tougher" national team to the next level.

Non-league Lincoln make FA Cup history

Non-league Lincoln make FA Cup history

Lincoln have become the first non-league team to reach the quarter finals of the FA Cup in more than 100 years.

Ben Stokes becomes most expensive foreign player in Indian Premier League history

Ben Stokes becomes most expensive foreign player in Indian Premier League history

Ben Stokes has become the most expensive foreign player in Indian Premier League history after being signed for $2.17m (£1.74m) by the Rising Pune Supergiants at auction.

Mark Clattenburg quits Premier League to referee in Saudi Arabia

Mark Clattenburg quits Premier League to referee in Saudi Arabia

Referee Mark Clattenburg has quit the Premier League and is moving to Saudi Arabia.

Seven sports fail to reverse Tokyo 2020 funding cuts

Seven sports fail to reverse Tokyo 2020 funding cuts

Seven sports that lost all public funding ahead of Tokyo 2020 have had their appeals to UK Sport rejected.

Plane carrying five people crashes into Melbourne shopping centre

Five people have been killed after a small plane crashed into a shopping centre near an airport north of Melbourne, Australia.

Marine Le Pen says Syria's President Assad must stay in power to beat IS

Marine Le Pen says Syria's President Assad must stay in power to beat IS

France's far-right presidential candidate has backed keeping Syria's Bashar al Assad as the best way to defeat Islamic State.

Frances Bean Cobain pays tribute to dad Kurt on his birthday

Frances Bean Cobain pays tribute to dad Kurt on his birthday

Kurt Cobain's daughter has thanked him for the gift of life on what would have been his 50th birthday.

Donald Trump appoints McMaster and Kellogg to top security roles

Donald Trump appoints McMaster and Kellogg to top security roles

President Donald Trump has named his new national security adviser and new security chief of staff.

Ex-Swedish PM Carl Bildt tells Donald Trump: 'Stop digging'

Ex-Swedish PM Carl Bildt tells Donald Trump: 'Stop digging'

Former Swedish prime minister Carl Bildt has advised Donald Trump to "stop digging" after the President defended his comments over the country's immigration system.

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