The Conservatives have retained control of Bucks County Council but with a reduced majority and almost 10% less of the overall vote.
Nick Carter and David Wilmshurst have been re-elected as Thame and Chinnor’s two representatives at Oxfordshire County Council.
More than 76% of voters were in favour of South Oxfordshire adopting the Neighbourhood Plan for the town for future planning decisions after Thursday’s referendum.
The Mayor of Thame has lauded new crime figures which show a drop in violence in South Oxfordshire and the Vale of White Horse.
Young performers and organised children’s activities are set to make Thame’s Music in the Park a ‘great family day out’.
The body of 20-year-old Anasdasaja Mamedova, of Ilford, formerly from Latvia, was identified by her family today (Wednesday).
Young people in Thame wanting to start a business are being encouraged to apply for loans of up to £10,000 from a new fund supporting start-ups with cash and mentoring.
Aylesbury United won their first trophy in 13 years after a thrilling 3-2 extra-time win over Hadley in the Premier Division Cup final on Wednesday night.
Her Royal Highness Sophie, Countess of Wessex, visited the Chilterns MS Centre at Halton yesterday (Wednesday) to meet patients and staff.
The seven-year-old boy who readers helped send to America for life-saving cancer therapy is undergoing initial treatment.
Immigration enforcement officers visited Roosters Piri Piri on Cambridge Street at around 2.30pm on Monday, where they carried out checks on staff working there, the Home Office said today (Wednesday).
A charity has questioned a health trust for condemning its decision to produce a dossier of anonymous complaints about Stoke Mandeville Hospital.
With just five weeks left of their 18 week programme, the 23 participants in the Iain Rennie Hospice’s Biggest Loser contest have already lost nearly 40 stone between them and are now pushing for a sprint finish in both their weight loss and their fundraising.
The Specials, due to play at the Waterside Theatre Aylesbury on Friday,to relaunch the Friars Club, have announced changes to their on stage time.
A supreme athlete who has earned 450 medals competing in triathlons and marathons around the world has finally met his match.
Farm animals made the journey to Child First nursery on Rickford’s Hill, Aylesbury, so that the children could touch and feed them.
As the days get longer and the weather starts to take a turn for the better our thoughts move towards happy holidays.