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FOUND: Pregnant Woman Missing From High Wycombe

Samantha Donnelly has been found safe and well this evening.

Bucks' 800 Tonne Problem

Tyres, fence panels, the odd fridge or washing machine, all piled up on the sides on Buckinghamshire's roads last year.

Police Hunt Two Men After High Wycombe Armed Robbery

It happened at Southfield Road Food and Wine at around 6pm on Friday evening.

EDL March In Aylesbury Passes Off Without Major Incident

Two people were arrested during yesterday's demonstration, police have thanked the public for their co-operation.

Child - News Extra

Are Vulnerable Children Still At-Risk In Bucks?

A year on from Ofsted's harsh report on the County Council's Children's Services, what lessons have been learned? How are frontline staff feeling?

Thames Valley Police - Car Logo

Two Security Guards Assaulted In High Wycombe

Both were taken to hospital, one of them with a knife injury, after the incident in Tesco on Saturday afternoon.

Police Tape

Man Charged After Woman Attacked In Tring

26 year old Jamie Saunders, of no fixed abode, has been charged on suspicion of attempted rape.

Road Resurfacing

Stoke Mandeville Businesses Claim They're Losing Money Over Work Road Closures

Lower Road Stoke Mandeville is closed for the next 2 days for resufacing work..

NX Carers Week - Kay & Bill

Increasing Support For Thousands Of Carers In Bucks

A new Carers Hub has been set up at Stoke Mandeville Hospital, aiming to give carers somewhere to turn in difficult situations

Pace Centre

Increasing Demand Means Children's Charity Must Get Bigger

Dan's been finding out about the Pace Centre's work at its base on Wendover Road, helping children and their parents to deal with Cerebral Palsy

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Fever & Boutique

From the Queen Vic to an Aylesbury nightclub

Phil Mitchell actor, Steve McFadden, is at an Aylesbury nightclub tonight

Fast Food - Chicken

Fast food shop fined £3.5k for rats & mice

Environmental Officers had to visit Roosters Piri Piri on Cambridge Street twice, because the infestation wasn't dealt with first time round last August.

 

 

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