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TRANSPORT secretary Patrick McLoughlin MP has been invited to the Chilterns by council bosses to see the damage HS2 would cause.
THE world's largest rodent, normally only found in South America, is on the loose near Marlow, with a search underway to find it.
TALKS have begun into the proposed redevelopment of a High Wycombe hotel and conference centre which could be replaced with 16 homes.
HEROES from Britain's armed forces are to celebrated next month at a special event - and organisers are appealing to you to nominate veterans for a new award.
A GIRL allegedly abused by a group of friends has told a court how she was groomed and abused by a man who forced her to perform sex acts on others at a party.
THE Government's highly contentious same-sex marriage bill, which was passed by MPs this week, has been 'badly conceived', the Attorney General says.
EARL Carpenter has just finished playing the Phantom in the 25th anniversary national tour of The Phantom of the Opera, and he is bringing his love for the musical to the Wycombe Swan.
BEACONSFIELD’s new Women’s Institute met for its first ever meeting this week, with over 50 members already signed up.
A PRIVATELY owned tree collection was open for the day on Sunday.
GRAHAM Harris was voted on to Chiltern District Council's cabinet in a reshuffle this week.
POLICE are stepping up patrols in the Wycombe area in a bid to reassure the community after the killing of a serving soldier in Woolwich yesterday.
GERRARDS Cross Youth Club has temporarily solved its staffing problems after finding a youth worker to keep the group running.
GERRARDS Cross councillors have voted through plans to speed up the way the parish council communicates with residents.
ONE of Marlow's longest established and best known businesses has put up its premises up for sale at £1.5million.
A YOUNG girl was plied with alcohol and drugs, and repeatedly raped and sexually abused by a group of ten men for almost five years, a court heard.
AN ACCIDENT on the M40 this afternoon is causing long delays, with two lanes closed London bound between junction 2 and 3.
A MAN has been found dead at a property in Chesham this afternoon.
A MAY Fayre raised more than £2,000 for a village school.
A COUNCIL has apologised for not having sufficient systems in place to prevent fraud taking place.
THREE young boys who lost two of their Nannies in March have raised more than £600 for two charities.