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POLICE have searched a property in High Wycombe as part of a counter-terrorism operation.
THE CULMINATION of the Wars of the Roses and the discovery of a lost King is a suitably lofty subject for an archaeology group’s biggest event since its formation over a decade ago.
A COUNCIL is close to appointing an operator to take on the running of the new £2m athletics facility in Little Marlow.
MARLOW’S Mayors will have to change their spending habits in the future after the council agreed to alter the way allowances are paid.
A WOMAN known to the High Wycombe area has been missing since December last year after telling friends she was going on holiday and would return a month later.
A MAN suffered a fractured skull after three people stamped on his head in the early hours of Sunday morning.
TRAVELLERS have moved onto private land in Loudwater, with an eviction notice reportedly set to be served against them.
A TALK on the history of entertainment in High Wycombe will be held in the town next month.
AN ELDERLY driver had a lucky escape on Easter Sunday after her car got stuck on a level crossing.
SCOUTS helped to spread a little Easter joy to care home residents as they handed out chocolate eggs and fruit donated by a Downley shop.
MOTORISTS have been warned of delays as a section of the busy A40 is resurfaced this week.
FIGHTERS helped to raise almost £2000 during at a boxing gala held at the newly refurbished Old Town Hall last week.
THREE houses had to be evacuated this morning after a garage fire sparked safety fears and destroyed a classic car.
A HOMELESS charity is appealing for donations of clothes and food ahead of a handout session in High Wycombe.
ARRIVA has announced changes to some of its services in and around High Wycombe to “improve reliability”.
THREE houses in High Wycombe have been evacuated after a garage fire.
A MAN has been sentenced to seven years behind bars after knifing another man in the head in High Wycombe.
OVER three quarters of kebabs tested by Bucks Trading Standards contained the wrong sort of meat, it was revealed today.
THE QUEEN’S Royal Swan Marker has been awarded a personal gift from the Monarch after 21 years' service to the cause.
A PROJECT chronicling the history of Prestwood is gathering pace – but the man behind it is looking for more help from villagers.