WYCOMBE’S top policeman says it is his priority to catch criminals after a ‘bewildering message’ by the Chief Inspector of Constabulary for England and Wales.
THE first motorway service station pub in Britain moved a step closer after a major company applied for an alcohol licence.
THE following planning applications were validated by south Bucks councils on Tuesday.
JEWELLERY and electrical equipment were stolen after burglars broke into a house by reaching through a dog flap and unlocking a door.
A DOORMAN who left a pubgoer with serious knife injuries after an altercation at a Marlow pub is starting a four year jail term.
CASH and cigarettes were stolen from a post office during a night time raid.
RESIDENTS in the Chiltern district will have the chance to quiz waste collectors over changes to recycling services at a series of roadshows throughout the month.
SALLY Baker is hoping the BBC's Great British Sewing Bee will have the same boost for sewing as The Great British Bake Off did for Baking.
THE county council elections take place tomorrow. If you have any queries or concerns about where to vote you can call an election telephone hotline, set up especially and inspired by a Bucks Free Press reader.
YOUNGSTERS seeking guidance on the next stage of their education or career had the chance to ask advice at the first ever BFP Choices Education Fair last Friday.
MOTORISTS who leave their vehicle unsecured and then report it as a 'break in' to their insurance company will be ‘shopped’ by a top policeman.
Mark Begley, emergency services manager for Bucks. AMBULANCE waiting times in Beaconsfield could improve after planning permission was granted for a new standby point in the town.
A BIG hearted handyman has stepped in to replace a family’s leaky windows after reading about their problems in the Free Press.
A RIDE on two wheels with a difference was made by five schoolchildren on Sunday as they raised more than £1,000 for charity.
CRIME across the Wycombe area has been cut once again – but the area’s top policeman still wants even more from his officers.
A GROUP of teenagers have made an internet video calling for everybody to vote in Buckinghamshire elections on Thursday which will determine who will have control of over £800,000,000.
THE following statements for the May 2 county council elections have been written by candidates from the South Bucks and Chiltern areas
OLYMPIC gold-medallist Denise Lewis joined excited pupils for the opening of a new sports pavilion at a Gerrards Cross school last week.
A 20-YEAR-OLD man was knocked out after being punched in the face by a car driver who had just confronted him.
A MOBILE phone and laptop were stolen from a High Wycombe home in a burglary over the weekend.