Outspoken district councillor Phil Yerby has joined UKIP after claiming he could no longer stay with the ‘self-interested’ Conservative Party over issues such as HS2.
A man had to be rescued from the first floor window of his flat after being trapped by a fire started by arsonists.
A musician who went to the dentist with toothache ended up being diagnosed with cancer and losing one of his eyes.
A university student is appealing for support as she prepares to climb Mount Kilimanjaro this summer.
A council’s plans to mark the 100th anniversary of the start of the First World War later this year are ‘insensitive,’ according to a doctor.
A student from Aylesbury has won a national poster competition and will have his creation exhibited at London’s Royal Opera House.
When someone holds a different view, you can still agree to disagree and remain in a state of antagonistic harmony.
Following on from last week’s advice about preparing a strong application to study medicine, I thought a few tips on preparing for the interview might be useful.
Villagers will have to cough up an extra £10,000 in tax following a dispute over a tiny piece of land.
They say it’s a small world and that’s certainly the case for Harry Harrington, who specialises in masterpieces in miniature.
A man whose son was killed in a car crash five years ago is completing a 230-mile charity bike ride in his memory.
The Falcon group from Long Crendon Cubs have completed their air activity badges after visiting Haddenham airfield.
The Women’s Institute is looking forward to welcoming radio DJ Chris Evans to its centenary party next year.
A loyal shopper who shares her name with a soul legend was overcome with emotion as she was given a 100th birthday surprise by staff at her nearby supermarket.
A beer expert is coming to an Aylesbury pub to host a free event allowing people to taste a wide range of ales.