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Buckinghamshire has seen a drop of almost 700 people needing to claim JSA since last year.
21-year-old Lee Sopp, from Coffee Hall, Milton Keynes, got five years after police found him with 19 bags of the Class A drug in Leighton Buzzard
Topsy-Turvy pre-school was broken into over the school holiday and all of their ride-on tricycles and scooters were stolen from an out-door shed.
The charity wants to address the lack of younger children using Childline.
After two fires to the south of Aylesbury yesterday, fire crews say they think both were arson.
Pradip Nuepane is originally from Nepal but now lives in from High Wycombe. He's donated over 40 times in the UK.
That's according to the charity's rep here, after we told you yesterday that ChildLine gets thousands of calls and messages a year from young people in Bucks.
We've been talking to one woman who thinks they should have been warned about the noise and what she called dangeorus aerobatics.
Included in the line up is a 12 year old looking for sponsors to climb Mount Olympus and staff from the dog rehoming centre.
Jack Jackow has been missing since last Monday and his family are getting increasingly worried for him.