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No-one is safe from cyber criminals warns leading security expert

No one is immune from cyber crime, a leading internet security expert has warned, following revelations that one in five UK businesses fell victim to online attacks last year.

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Choosing your best social profile pic? Ask a stranger

Choosing your best social profile pic? Ask a stranger

If you’re having difficulty choosing the most flattering pictures for your online profile - then let a stranger decide, suggests new research.

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Money-laundering revealed as ‘counterfeit’ fivers turn out to be worn-out genuine notes

What were feared fake versions of the new ‘counterfeit-proof’ fiver have turned out to be genuine, washed-out notes.

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Budget supermarket chain Lidl to help prevent child abuse

Budget supermarket chain Lidl to help prevent child abuse

The NSPCC has teamed up with Lidl for a campaign aiming to keep children safe from abuse.

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Star Wars Land not so far (far) away

Star Wars Land not so far (far) away

It may legendarily exist in a galaxy far far away, but it could be that fans of Star Wars could soon visit the Unknown Regions.

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COMMENT: Property market could stall until after election

The country is unmoved, literally, by another election.

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St George's flag

8 things you need to know about Saint George’s Day

It’s Saint George’s Day today - the day we celebrate England’s patron saint.

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Most students are going to their first choice primary

Most pupils in Oxfordshire to go to first choice primary school

Nearly 94 per cent of children in Oxfordshire have been offered a place at their first-choice primary school.

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Fly tipping.  Picture: Sarah Standing

FARMING MATTERS: Cleaning up the countryside

The NFU says the government’s new Litter Strategy for England is a missed opportunity to tackle the scourge of fly-tipping as an environmental crime.

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Police name victim of fatal crash near Brackley

Police have named a man who died following a road traffic collision near Brackley.

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Calling all Georges for publican’s world record attempt

To mark St George’s Day, Brackley’s Chequered Flag on Lark Rise will be hosting a treasure hunt, charity race night and live entertainment over this weekend, April 22 and 23.

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Three-legged hedgehog being cared for by Tiggywinkles

Three-legged hedgehog being cared for by Tiggywinkles

This three-legged hedgehog is one of the many admissions to the St Tiggywinkles Wildlife Hospital this year.

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Fatal road traffic collision near Brackley

A person has died in a road traffic collision near Brackley today.

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Ever fancied trying parachuting but afraid of heights...? The Army have the perfect thing for you at Silverstone this weekend

The British Army is holding an engagement event at Silverstone Circuit, Towcester on Saturday 22 and Sunday 23 April where local people seeking a challenge, adventure or training either in their spare-time or as a full-time career can find out about a wide variety of paid opportunities.

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NOSTALGIA: Ghouls, girls and games at Halloween fun!

Witches were in plentiful supply at Winslow’s Scout and Guide Hut on Monday evening in October 1966 when the Winslow Girl Guides held their Halloween party.

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Wappenham Parish Councillors Alan Lauren and Hilary Wickham with the defibrillator

A hearty welcome for new defibrillator

The chances of surviving a heart attack in Wappenham have increased after a defibrillator was installed at the village chapel, thanks to a £1,211 Community Grant from South Northants Council.

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Brackley Carnival 2016

Power to the carnival, thanks to community grant

Brackley’s youth, volunteer, community and performing arts groups will be heard loud and clear during this year’s town carnival, with the help of a Community Grant from South Northamptonshire Council.

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Bucks WI welcoming crown court judge and popular broadcaster to speak at annual meeting

Bucks Federation of Women’s Institutes are holding their annual council meeting for members at the Waterside Theatre in Aylesbury on Thursday May 4.

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A Night at the Musicals at Thornton College

A Night at the Musicals with talented students

Singing and dancing students swapped their school uniform for a multitude of different costumes at Thornton College’s latest theatrical extravaganza,entitled A Night at the Musicals.

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