Thame community groups are being encouraged to stage free sports events with the help of new lottery funding.
A new barrier is to be installed at a park entrance where residents have warned an accident is ‘waiting to happen’.
People in Bucks are enjoying healthy and longer lives with the county ranked 13th out of 150 for the lowest mortality rates in those living to 75 and over.
Alex Novakovic, the seven-year-old Bedgrove pupil readers helped raise hundreds of thousands of pounds for, is doing ‘incredibly well’ during his cancer therapy in Boston, USA.
A group of four teenage boys were playing in Cleveland Park when they were approached by two other teenagers.
A senior police officer has praised the Aylesbury community after racial tensions appear to have calmed in the past few days.
Thame will tonight be the subject of a programme following two of Britain’s metal detecting hot-shots in their quest to unearth hoards of treasure and unlock historical mysteries.
A campaign to crack down on the use of fake IDs used to get into Aylesbury Vale pubs and clubs has been launched.
More than £15.5 million is being requested from Bucks public authorities to fund the East West rail line that will link Aylesbury to Milton Keynes.
A new system that would see the time for small housing extensions to be decided on cut from eight weeks to two is to be consulted on.
The new chairman of Bucks County Council has made volunteering a top priority for his time in office – and at least he’s one politician who practices what he preaches.
The 36 year old was arrested on suspicion of driving while unfit due to drugs after being pulled over by police.
The fight against HS2 returns to the courts today as three groups challenge the Government over its £32 billion plan.
Doubts have been raised about proposals to replace a ‘death trap’ railway foot crossing with a bridge.
A nanny whose career has been blighted by a police caution after a late-night pub row has today had her name cleared by a top judge.
Bosses at the Vale of Aylesbury Housing Trust have spoken out over the ‘crisis’ in rural housing – and why controversial garage and garden ‘grabbing’ is the best way to solve it.