CRIME has dropped five per cent across the Chiltern and South Bucks area since last year, according to police figures.
HILLINGDON in Bloom 2014 got underway at the Rural Activities Garden Centre (RAGC), West Drayton Road, Hillingdon, this week.
A RUISLIP care home has won an award for being rated one of the top 20 in London.
THE lead-up to Easter sees sports sessions, a talk on World War One and countryside walks.
SCHOOLS, sports clubs and community groups in the borough are set to benefit from a new £400,000 grant fund launched by Hillingdon Council.
COUNCILLORS want to hear resident’s views on how money used to improve the town should be spent.
THE CHAIRMAN of a society campaigning for funding to repair a historic Marlow landmark has slammed the "abject failure" of the council responsible for maintaining it.
THEY are the County Council staff you rarely ever use or see, because you only come face to face with them at the most momentous and poignant moments in your life.
INSPIRING children across the country to turn household objects into all sorts of animals, Red Table Theatre is touring with a show about Rudyard Kipling's The Just So Stories.
A TRIO of students are hoping to hitch-hike their way across the continent in a bid to raise money for charity.
NEW park facilities in Loudwater will be opened to the public on Monday.
A MAN from High Wycombe has been jailed for more than five years for possessing and intending to supply cocaine.
BURGLARY prevention boxes are being issued to residents in Chiltern and South Bucks districts in a bid to curb crimes committed at unattended properties.
AN experienced actress is joining the original cast of an 80s TV series, Duty Free, which has been turned into a play.
EASTER hunters can attempt to find egg shaped prizes at Cliveden next weekend.
THE Wycombe Labour party has attacked a county cabinet minster and asked her to prove why she thinks the revamped 11+ test has given more pupils the chance to go to grammar schools.
A TOP policeman said he recognises a disproportionate number of Asian and African Caribbean men have been stopped and searched in Wycombe.
PLANS have emerged for a huge housing development in Marlow town centre, with designs going on show to the public this weekend.
FIREFIGHTERS in Bucks are urging smokers to wake up to the deadly dangers of smoking - particularly when they are tired, as a third of all deaths in fires in the home are caused by cigarettes.
MINI mayors are set to take the plunge as Chesham's open air pool has its summer season curtain raiser tomorrow.