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#MannequinChallenge used to bring home serious message

See how our police force have used the Mannequin Challenge when it comes to their domestic abuse campaign.

Report reveals most deprived areas of Bucks

You'll live 8 years less compared to others if you're a man living in one part of Aylesbury

Village 'fed up' with constant water leaks & road closures

Bishopstone's been closed for the last few days and one man living there says he and others are fed up with Thames Water.

Paralympians host Wheelchair rugby experience

They're holding a tournament at Stoke Mandeville Stadium.

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15 years of criminals facing their victims

Thames Valley Police are celebrating 15 years of their Restorative Justice service, with info events including the one in Friars Square today.

Thames Valley Police

High Wycombe woman jailed for attacking neighbour with a piece of wood

The judge described the woman as a 'thug' following the 'prolonged attack' on her neighbour.

Aylesbury Station - Refurbishment

Aylesbury station to lose step free access until April 2017

It's because major refurbishments are taking place on the footbridge and other parts of the station.

Gudalupe Palmero

Fund to support rail crossing victim's family

A fund's been set up to help Gudalupe Palmero's family back in Argentina, after she was hit and killed by a train

Watermead Crematorium 1

Watermead crematorium appeal back in High Court

The parish council are continuing to try and stop it being built.

Leighton Buzzard Traders Pledge

Traders sign pledge to stop dangerous & illegal goods

An agreement's been signed by Leighton Buzzard's market traders, to stop fakes being sold in the run-up to Christmas.

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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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